In 1958, Ray Price recorded his version of “City Lights,” and it climbed on the No. 1 spot of the Billboard Hot Country Songs singles chart and remained in that position for thirteen weeks. But there’s more to that! “City ...

In 1963, Bill Anderson got his second No. 1 on the country chart with his song “Still.” It remained on top of the chart for seven non-consecutive weeks. The song was a crossover success on the pop charts peaking at ...

In 1965, “Once A Day” by American Country artist, Connie Smith made its way to the top of the US Country Music Chart. This broke the boundaries for female country artists as it was the first debut single by any ...

Connie Smith’s record-breaking song “Once A Day” made her one of the most influential country artists in the ’60s. For a debut single, she really did well as it topped the Billboard country charts for 8 consecutive weeks. The song ...

Over a decade before the legendary artist Lefty Frizzell passed away, he recorded what would become his final No. 1 single on the country chart. The song was entitled “Saginaw, Michigan” after a town of the same name. The said ...

How wonderful it is to find someone who will change everything in your life. How great would it be if someone will make you into a better person? If you found that person, never let them go for they will ...