fbpx

July 30

Listen To Ralph Stanley and His Best Soundtrack “O Death”

“O Death”

Is a traditional American folk song recorded by Ralph Stanley. Stanley’s version of the song became one of the soundtrack used in the 2000s American film O Brother, Where Art Thou?. He won a Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in 2002.

The Song’s Theme

 

 


Tags


{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

You may also like

Flashback to George Jones’ “The Grand Tour” – One of the Saddest Songs of All Time

The Bellamy Brothers, Featuring “Let Your Love Flow”

SEE: Dakota Native John Lopez’s Incredible Metal Works

2019 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam Lineup: Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, and Kid Rock Headline

“I’m Already There” from Lonestar, A Heartfelt Tribute to the Troops

Kenny Chesney Gives Tribute to Church Service in “The Big Revival”

Did You Know That The Indian Statue in Hank Williams’ “Kaw-Liga” Is Real?

Latest Stories

Feel The Nostalgia In This List of Best 80’s Country Songs

Don’t Miss The Top 40 Country Songs in 2020

Here are The Top 40 Country Songs for August 2020

This Just In! Lady A Are Now Grand Ole Opry Members

Here Are The George Strait Songs We Consider As Music Staple

‘The New OK’ Carries the Frustration of Drive-By Truckers

Subscribe to our newsletter now!

Country Thang Daily

>