Artículos con la etiqueta "jake hooker"



Music · 07/30/2018
"Faded Love" is a Western swing song written by Bob Wills, his father John Wills,and his brother, Billy Jack Wills. The tune is considered to be an exemplar of the Western swing fiddle component of American fiddle.[citation needed]The melody came from an 1856 ballad, Darling Nelly Gray, which John Wills knew as a fiddle tune. "Faded Love" is a sentimental song about lost love. The name comes from the refrain that follows each verse: I remember our faded love. The song was a major hit for Bob Wi
Music · 02/12/2018
Jake Hooker was born listening to the sounds of traditional country music through his father's west Texas country band. Jake began playing the bass at the age of seven and practiced diligently until he mastered the honky tonk sound. Jake formed his own band at the age of 14 and began performing. By the age of 18, Jake was playing bass and singing full time. He spent some time at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas, studying music and theory. Jake moved to the Fort Worth area in 1998 where h
Music · 02/03/2018
"Wine Me Up" is a song co-written and recorded by Faron Young. It was released in May 1969 as the first single from his album Wine Me Up. The song peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and reached number 3 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.
01/27/2018
Father and son interpret a classic of Ray Price. In 1953, Price formed his band, the Cherokee Cowboys. Among its members during the late 1950s and early 1960s were; Roger Miller, Willie Nelson, Darrell McCall, Van Howard, Johnny Paycheck, Johnny Bush, Buddy Emmons, Pete Wade, Jan Kurtis, Shorty Lavender and Buddy Spicher. Miller wrote one of Ray Price's classics in 1958, "Invitation to the Blues", and sang harmony on the recording
Music · 01/26/2018
"jim Beam,Jack Daniels And Sweet Gypsy Rose"Written by L. Kingston, and played by Johnny Bush, released on single in 1969, accompanied by the B-side by I'll Go To A Stranger
Music · 01/22/2018
The song Miles and Miles of Texas was written by Tommy Camfield, Diane Johnston and was first recorded and released by Jim McGraw and The Western Sundowners in 1961.
Music · 01/20/2018
This song is by Ray Price and appears on the album The Other Woman (1965). Jake Hooker was born listening to the sounds of traditional country music through his father's West Texas country band. Jake began playing the bass at the age of seven and practiced diligently until I mastered the honky tonk sound. Jake formed his own band at the age of 14 and began performing. By the age of 18, Jake was playing bass and singing full time. I have spent some time at South Plains College in Levelland, Texa
Music · 12/16/2017
Jake Hooker plays Home In San Antone on TruCountry Music Show 2017. Wonderful track from their album"Recorder Live", To order your copy, or get more information go to: http://www.jakehookermusic.com/
Music · 12/07/2017
Jake Hooker plays Born To Love You on TruCountry Music Show. From CD "One Man World",5th CD for Hooker on the STARTEX LABEL. 2011 release. Recorded at Hilltop Studios in Madison, Tennessee all material is self-composed and some of the old timer A Team is on the session. Instrumentation: Fiddle-Bobby Flores, Steel Guitar-Doug Jernigan, Acoustic Guitar-Jimmy Capps, Electric Lead-Pete Wade, Piano-Pig Robbins, Bass-Jake Hooker, Drums Jim Loessburg, Randy Lindley-Banjo with Harmony Vocals
Music · 11/28/2017
"God Bless America" is an American patriotic song written by Irving Berlin during World War I in 1918 and revised by him in the run up to World War II in 1938. "God Bless America" takes the form of a prayer (intro lyrics "as we raise our voices, in a solemn prayer") for God's blessing and peace for the nation ("...stand beside her and guide her through the night...").

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