Artículos con la etiqueta "Tompall Glaser"



Music · 06/25/2018
Tompall & the Glaser Brothers were an American country music group composed of three brothers: Chuck (Charles Vernon Glaser) February 27, 1936, Jim (James William Glaser) December 16, 1937, and Tompall (Thomas Paul Glaser) September 3, 1933 - August 13, 2013. The trio were the sons of Alice Marie Harriet Davis Glaser and Louis Nicholas Glaser of Spalding, Nebraska. The Glaser Brothers started s
Music · 06/25/2018
Tompall & the Glaser Brothers were an American country music group composed of three brothers: Chuck (Charles Vernon Glaser) February 27, 1936, Jim (James William Glaser) December 16, 1937, and Tompall (Thomas Paul Glaser) September 3, 1933 - August 13, 2013. The trio were the sons of Alice Marie Harriet Davis Glaser and Louis Nicholas Glaser of Spalding, Nebraska. The Glaser Brothers started s
Music · 06/17/2018
"Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)" is a song written, composed, first recorded, and first released by Kris Kristofferson. It was also recorded and released by Roger Miller, who included it on his album The Best of Roger Miller and released it as a single in July 1971. Ten years later, it was recorded by Tompall & the Glaser Brothers for the album Lovin' Her Was Easier. Tompall & the Glaser Brothers recorded the song in 1981. This was the group's third single following it
Music · 05/13/2018
This song is by Tompall And The Glaser Brothers and appears on the album Lovin' Her Was Easier (1981). Tompall & the Glaser Brothers were an American country music group composed of three brothers: Chuck (Charles Vernon Glaser) February 27, 1936, Jim (James William Glaser) December 16, 1937, and Tompall (Thomas Paul Glaser) September 3, 1933 - August 13, 2013. The trio were the sons of Alice Marie Harriet Davis Glaser and Louis Nicholas Glaser of Spalding, Nebraska. The Glaser Brothers started s
Music · 04/23/2018
The details surrounding the origins of "A Mansion on the Hill" are ambiguous. For many years, an apocryphal tale circulated that after meeting Hank Williams and hearing his compositions, Fred Rose was so impressed that he could hardly believe that the unknown singer from Alabama could have written so many quality songs by himself, so he tested Hank by giving him the title "A Mansion on the Hill" to write a song around, which Hank did in a side room Part of the reason why Williams had difficulty
Music · 11/26/2017
Pop! Goes The Country Episode 218,8/20/1975 Waylon Jennings - Ramblin' Man Ralph Emory chats with Jessi Colter & Waylon Jennings, Waylon tells a joke Tompall Glaser - Roll On My Lady Jessi Colter - What Happened to Blue Eyes Tompall Glaser - Put Another Log Jessi Colter - I'm Not Lisa Waylon Jennings - Rainy Day Woman Ralph Emory briefly interviews Walyon Jennings Tompall Glaser, & Jessi Colter about Outlaw Waylon Jennings - You Asked Me To