Artículos con la etiqueta "hank williams"



Music · 11/23/2019
Song written and recorded by Hank Williams, on December 21, 1950, for the MGM label, was released on February 2, 1951. The song reached number # 1 on May 12, 1951, on the lists of US Hot Country Singles. The song was included in the first album of Hank Williams after his death, Memorial Album (MGM 1953).
Music · 11/18/2019
This song recorded by Hank Williams in August of 1949, in Herzog Studio, Cincinnati, Ohio, for the MGM label, the song is attributed to Hank Williams as a writer, but the Music journalist Chet Flippo and Kentucky historian W. Lynn Nickell, say that The song was written by Paul Gilley, a 19-year-old from Kentucky, who sold the song and rights to Hank Williams, so Hank could claim to have written it. Anyway, the lyrics fit perfectly with Hank’s life, but it was a song that went unnoticed, until i
Music · 10/16/2019
Hank Williams, who had heard both versions, Miller and Griffin, inspired them to sing it. I started to sing in The Louisiana Hayride, in August 1948, with only one time was enough to arouse the interest of the audience, getting crazy with the version of Hank Williams. Williams decided that I wanted to record the song, but both the producer, Fred Rose, as his band, does not like the idea of recording it. But Williams aware of the success of the song, recorded at the end of a session in half an ho
Music · 10/15/2019
Song written by Hank Williams (so it is attributed, but there are doubts), was recorded on June 13, 1952, and was released on July 19, 1952, for the MGM label. The song reached number one on country charts on 6 September 1952 Jambalaya, would be included on the album, Honky Tokin ‘(MGM 1954). With a melody based on the song “Gran Texas” by Cajun, since the original melody of the song is a basic element of the Cajun culture. “Grand Texas” is a song about a lost love, a woman who left the singer
Music · 10/08/2018
"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" is a song recorded by American country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1949. Williams said he wrote the song originally intending that the words be spoken, rather than sung,as he had done on several of his Luke the Drifter recordings. Ostensibly, the song about loneliness was largely inspired by his troubled relationship with wife Audrey Sheppard. With evocative lyrics, such as the opening lines "Hear that lonesome whip-poor-will/He sounds too blue to fly,"
Music · 07/03/2018
Randall Hank Williams (born May 26, 1949), known professionally as Hank Williams Jr., is an American singer-songwriter and musician. His musical style is often considered a blend of Southern rock, blues, and traditional country. He is the son of country music singer Hank Williams and the father of Hank Williams III and Holly Williams. Williams began his career by following in his famed father's footsteps, covering his father's songs and imitating his father's style. Williams' own style slowly ev
Music · 03/16/2018
"Hey, Good Lookin'" is a 1951 song written and recorded by Hank Williams, and his version was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2001.[2] Since its original 1951 recording it has been covered by a variety of artists. The Hank Williams song was inspired by another song by the same title, which was written by Cole Porter in 1942.The lyrics for the Williams version begin as a come on using double entendres related to food preparation ("How's about cookin' somethin' up with me?"). By the third
Music · 03/05/2018
"Jambalaya (On the Bayou) "is a song written and recorded by the American country singer Hank Williams that was first released in July of 1952.Named for a Creole and Cajun dish, jambalaya, it spawned numerous cover versions and has since achieved popularity in several different music genres.Williams recorded the song on June 13, 1952, his first recording session in six months, at Castle Studio in Nashville with backing provided by Jerry River
Music · 01/24/2018
"Jambalaya (On the Bayou) "is a song written and recorded by the American country singer Hank Williams that was first released in July of 1952.Named for a Creole and Cajun dish, jambalaya, it spawned numerous cover versions and has since achieved popularity in several different music genres.Williams recorded the song on June 13, 1952, his first recording session in six months, at Castle Studio in Nashville with backing provided by Jerry River
Music · 12/23/2017
Ernest Tubb And The Texas Troubadours performs "There's No Room In My Heart For The Blues "on Ernest Tubb Show(Hank Williams Cover). "There's No Room in My Heart for the Blues" is a song by Hank Williams. It was released as a posthumous single in 1956 by MGM Records. The song was written by WIlliams' producer Fred Rose and guitarist Zeb Turner, who played on several of Hank's recordings. The release was drawn from a Williams performance on KWKH in Shreveport, Louisiana as part of the Johnny Fa

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