"Daddy Sang Bass" is a 1968 single written by Carl Perkins, with lines from the chorus of "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" and recorded by Johnny Cash. "Daddy Sang Bass" was Johnny Cash's sixty-first release on the country chart. The song went to No. 1 on the Billboard country chart for 6 weeks and spent a total of 19 weeks on the chart.The single reached No. 56 on the Cashbox pop singles chart in 1969."Daddy Sang Bass" was also released on the Columbia Records Hall of Fame Series as a 45, #13-331
"I'm Moving On" is a 1950 country standard written by Hank Snow.
The song, a 12-bar blues, reached #1 on the Billboard country singles chart and stayed there for 21 weeks, tying a record for the most weeks atop the chart. It was the first of seven number-one Billboard country hits Snow scored throughout his career on that chart.The song's success led to Snow joining the Grand Ole Opry cast in 1950.
"I Walk the Line" is a song written and recorded in 1956 by Johnny Cash. After three attempts with moderate chart ratings, it became Cash's first number one hit on the Billboard charts. It reached number 17 on the US pop charts. It remained on the record charts for over 43 weeks, and sold over 2 million copies.It has also been used on many LP's released from Sun Records, such as With His Hot and Blue Guitar, Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous, and Sings Hank Williams. It was the title song for
My pappy used to tan my hide out behind the barn
He taught me to be dignified out behind the barn
When he took his strap to me
And turned me down across his knee.
He sure did hurt my dignity out behind the barn
I smoked my first cigarette out behind the barn
And that's one day I won't forget
Out behind the barn.
I got so sick you should have seen
How that tobacco turned me green
I almost died from nicotine
Out behind the barn.
I got my education out behind the barn
And I ain't a foolin', no si
James Kenneth Price was a singer, songwriter, and actor. Nicknamed the "Round Mound of Sound," Price recorded for the Boone and RCA Victor, MRC and Dimension record labels, charting thirty-four singles on the Hot Country Songs charts between 1966 and 1980. His highest-peaking singles, "Walking on New Grass" and "Happy Tracks," both reached No. 7 on that chart.
The Sheriff of Boone County" (a pop crossover that hit the top 10). His novelty number "(This Is) The Shortest Song in the World", writte
"Blues Stay Away From Me"Written By: Alton Delmore, Rabon Delmore, Wayne Raney & Henry Glover.was covered by Johnny Burnette and The Rock and Roll Trio, Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps, The Louvin Brothers, The Browns, Les Paul and Mary Ford, Doc Watson, The Notting Hillbillies and The Everly Brothers.
Roy Clark,Buck Owens And Kenny Price plays Oh Lonesome Me on the Hee Haw show in 1979.
"Oh Lonesome Me" written and recorded in December 1957 by Don Gibson with Chet Atkins producing it for RCA Victor in Nashville. Released in 1958, the song topped the country chart for eight non-consecutive weeks in addition to reaching No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100.Its B-side was "I Can't Stop Loving You", which peaked at No. 7 on the C&W Jockey charts and became a standard song about unrequited love.The vo
Roy Clark,Buck Owens And Kenny Price plays I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes on the Hee Haw show in 1979.
This song is by The Carter Family and appears on the album The Carter Family Volume 1 - 1927-1934 (2002).
Roy Clark,Buck Owens And Kenny Price plays If You've Got The Money on the Hee Haw show in 1979.
"If You've Got the Money (I've Got the Time)" is the 1950 country music debut single released by Lefty Frizzell on September 14, 1950. The song is the second song ever recorded by Lefty Frizzell during his very first session with Columbia Records in July 1950. The song rose to #1 and Lefty built on its success to create his very influential career.
The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet sings We are going down the valley on Hee Haw 1979.
The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - Almost always closed the show's last segment. Clark, Owens, Grandpa Jones, and Kenny Price would sing gospel hymn. Several of their performances were released as recordings. Joe Babcock took over as lead singer after Owens left the show, and Ray Burdette took over as bass singer after the death of Kenny Price; But the Quartet was not featured as often from that point.