Many country music fans out there would already know the answer if they’re asked who the King of Country Music or the King of Country is. George Jones, George Strait, Johnny Cash will definitely be some of the answers. But ...

A lot of people will say that Jimmie Rodgers is one of the best country artists. Also known as the father of country music, he created the Blue Yodel. Amongst the pioneers and the first country artists, he had two ...

As mentioned in the previous article, Jimmie Rodgers is the Father of Country.  He and the Carter family were among the first country singers whose songs were recorded in the 1920s. It happened when New Yorker Ralph Peer arrived in the Tennessee-Virginia border ...

James Charles Rodgers recorded “My Rough and Rowdy Ways”. Professionally, Mr. Rodgers is Jimmie Rodgers that started his career in October 1929. Others considered Rodgers “The Singing Brakeman”, “The Blue Yodeler”, and “The Father of Country Music”. https://youtu.be/073MdJzs5xU The classic ...

CIRCA 1930: Country singer Jimmie Rodgers poses for a portrait with an acoustic guitar in circa 1930. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) “In the Jailhouse Now,” tells a story of an oxygen thief or a useless person. Yes, an ...

Today, we continue to put into modern perspective the places of particular people in the history of Country Music. Let us talk about Jimmie Rodgers. He and the Carter family were among the first country music recording stars in the ...

Jimmie Rodgers, also known as the father of country music, has always produced great songs. Some of his notable tracks are the Blue Yodel series, “Waiting for a Train,” and “I’m Lonely and Blue.” Unfortunately, the singer died at an ...

Jimmie Rodgers, also known as the father of country music, has always produced great songs. Some of his notable tracks are the Blue Yodel series, “Waiting for a Train” and “I’m Lonely and Blue.” Unfortunately, the singer died at an ...

During the early 20th century, the lighthearted song “In the Jailhouse Now” became a popular vaudeville piece. The song has been covered several times by the likes of Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard, but one of the most popular recordings ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BFbY9Vw8DM Jimmie Rodgers gave his listeners around the world with a quick picture of a hustler’s life during his time in his song “Blue Yodel #9”. Rodgers, as most of us know, is dubbed as the first true country music ...

Music during the 1950s have heritages in both city and countryside sounds. Include rhythm and blues, gospel, barbershop, big band, rock, and rockabilly. These songs show the folk music trend that was at work in the background during the era. Jimmie ...

Thomas Hoyt Bryant, commonly known as “Slim” Bryant, was one of the last links with the earliest days of country music. When we say that, we mean, the time when the genre was still labeled as “hillbilly”. Slim Bryant was ...