In 1987, Kenny Rogers released “Twenty Years Ago,” though many other artists had already cut it. “It took about six years for someone to record it. The great songwriter Fred Knobloch had a [record] deal, and I think he recorded ...

Ever since Kenny Rogers went solo in 1976, he has had countless hits on his hands – and one of the most memorable ones is the song “She Believes in Me.” It was released in 1979 as the second single ...

Steve Wariner’s “Holes in the Floor of Heaven” is widely considered to be one of the saddest country hits of all time. The song was released in 1998 as the lead-off single from his album Burnin’ the Roadhouse Down and ...

The Carpenters’ “Yesterday Once More” can transport you back to the time and place you first heard it, no matter how long ago.  Released in 1973 off their album Now & Then, the song peaked at No. 2 on the ...

In 1971, Charley Pride released what went on to be one of his trademark songs, “Kiss an Angel Good Morning.” Just a year later, another country superstar took up the song himself, and it was none other than Conway Twitty. ...

“Always on My Mind” has remained a timeless love song. Several artists have covered it through the years, but Elvis Presley’s version truly stands out. The King recorded the song in 1972, just a few weeks after his separation from ...