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Music · 01/22/2020
“I Can't Believe She Gives It All to Me”, a song written and recorded by Conway Twitty for the MCA label, on January 4, 1974, in Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN. With the production of Owen Bradley, the song was released in November 1976, on January 22, 1977, reached # 1 on the charters of the US Hot Country Songs, remaining on the charts for 14 weeks. The same day will also reach number # 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts. It was the eighteenth number one in Conw
Music · 01/22/2020
“Deeper Than The Holler”, a song written by Paul Overstreet and Don Schlitz, was recorded by Randy Travis for the Warner label, on April 1988, in Nightingale Studio, 1815 Division St., Suite 115, Nashville, TN, in the session For recording the album, Randy was accompanied by: Steve Gibson (guitar), Brent Mason (guitar), Mark Casstevens (guitar), Larry Byrom (guitar), Bela Fleck (guitar), Jerry Douglas (guitar), Doyle Grisham (steel), David Hungate (bass), Larry Londin (drums), Mark O'Connor (fid
Music · 01/16/2020
“If We Make It Through December”, a song written by Merle Haggard, was recorded by Merle Haggard & The Strangers for the Capitol label on January 16, 1973, at Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, Two other songs were recorded at the same recording session: “Big bad Bill (Is sweet William now)” unissued, and “I'll break out again tonight”. In the recording session Merle was accompanied by: Marcy Nichols (guitar), Roy Nichols (guitar), Bobby Wayne (guitar), Joseph Zinkan
Music · 01/14/2020
“It Matters to Me”, a song written by Ed Hill and Mark D. Sanders, was recorded by Faith Hill for the Warner label, was recorded in the spring of 1995, at Soundshop Studio, 1307 Division St., Nashville, TN, with The production of Scott Hendricks and Faith Hill, the song was released on November 14, 1995, on January 13, 1996, reached # 1 of the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining on the charts for a total of 20 weeks. In Canada Country Tracks, It reached at number # 2. It was the third number
Music · 01/14/2020
“You Don't Even Know Who I Am”, a song written by Gretchen Peters, was recorded by Patty Loveless for the Epic label, was recorded in the spring of 1994, at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN, In the recording session of the album, Patty was accompanied by: Steve Gibson (acoustic and electric guitar and mandolin), Richard Bennett (acustic and electric guitar), Paul Worley (acoustic guitar), Biff Watson (acoustic guitar), Jerry Douglas (slide guitar), Stuart Duncan (mandolin
Music · 01/11/2020
“I'm Gonna Love You Back to Loving Me Again”, a song written by Larry Cheshier and Murry Kellum, was recorded by Joe Stampley for the Epic label, was recorded in November 1980, between studios, Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN, Woodland Sound Studio, Nashville, TN, and Columbia Recording Studio, Nashville, TN. With the production of Ray Baker, the song was released on December 23, 1980, and on March 28, 1981, it reached # 9 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, remaining on charts for a total of 1
Music · 01/08/2020
“Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone”, a song written by Jody Alan Sweet and Mary Danna, was recorded by Trace Adkins for the Capitol label, in mid-1997, the album was recorded between three studios: Dark Horse, Nashville, TN, Scruggs Sound Studio, Nashville, TN, and Sound Shop Studios, Nashville, TN. In the recording session of the album, Trace was accompanied by: Brent Mason (guitar), Michael Spriggs (guitar), David Grier (guitar), Jonathan Yudkin (mandolin), Scott Neubert (dobro), Paul Franklin and B
Music · 01/08/2020
“Sink the Bismark” (later “Sink the Bismarck”), a song written by Johnny Horton and Tilman Franks, was recorded by Johnny Horton for the Columbia label, on January 7, 1960, in Bradley Film and Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, Johnny Horton was accompanied in the recording session by: Grady Martin (guitar), Hank Garland (guitar), Tommy Tomlinson (steel), Joseph Zinkan (bass) and Buddy Harman (drums). With the production of Don Law, the song was released on January 18, 1960. R
Music · 01/02/2020
“The Lord Made A Hobo Out Of Me”, a song written and recorded by Boxcar Willie for the Column One label, recorded in early 1976, at LSI Sound Studio, Nashville, TN, at the recording session, Boxcar was accompanied by: Buddy Spicher (fiddle), Cliff Parker (lead guitar), Arliss Scott (rhythm guitar), Willie Rainsford (piano), Bob Moore (bass) and Jerry Kroon (drums) . With the production of Jim Martin and Jim Vest, it was released In winter of 1976, the song failed to enter the Top of Hot Country
Music · 12/26/2019
The Presenters of Hee Haw Buck Owens and Roy Clark, along with a regular of the cast, Kenny price, make the version of the song 1981. Song written by Hank Snow in 1950, made her famous Hank Snow.

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