Halloween is just around the corner, and whether you’re planning to throw a spooky party of your own or just hand out some candies around your neighborhood – nothing will beat the best creepy country songs playing all through the ...

Hee Haw has been a weekly event in American households for nearly thirty years. The country-themed television show – which was a part variety show, part sketch comedy show, and part musical performance show – first aired on the CBS ...

Johnny Russell Country singer-songwriter and comedian John Bright Russell or popularly known as Johnny Russell was born this same day of January in 1940. He passed away on July 3, 2001, but not without leaving us a string of memorable ...

On January 8, 1935, the world’s King of Rock and Roll,  Elvis Presley was born in East Tupelo, Mississippi. More than being a music icon, he was among the most influential people in history. In 1948, the Presleys relocated to ...

Buck Owens gave us a piece of advice in love with his classic hit “I Don’t Care (Just as Long as You Love Me).” What would you risk for love? Will you consider the other’s opinion before entering into the ...

Buck Owens was one of the popular American musicians, singer, songwriter, and bandleader in the 1940s to 2006. During his musical career, he had 21 number 1 hits on the Billboard country music charts. His signature style was based on ...

The song “Act Naturally” remains to be Buck Owens’ most popular song. The way that he performed it with his honky-tonk style really made an impact on the country music fans. Its upbeat vibes in contrast to the unfortunate lyrics ...

If you ever need a song to serenade your lover, then this one is for you. Buck Owens made a classic love song that is universal and timely. You can play it on the radio right now along with other ...

Country star and legendary Buck Owens had contributed a lot to the country music industry. In fact, he pioneered the famed Bakersfield sound, which is a subgenre of country music developed in the late 1950s. Owens, together with his band, ...

Back when TV entertainment got substance, Roy Clark was among the conscientious artists who have no qualms incorporating spiritual songs in his acts. Together with Grandpa Joe, Buck Owens, and Kenny Price, Clark would sing timeless hymns to close Hee ...

Some people say whatever they want to say without thinking what others may feel. The pleasure behind this activity is not clear. However, people enjoy making stories about others to satisfy themselves. This act will always cause harm not only ...

Halloween is one of the most awaited events of the year, well it is the time when kids can wear those scary and cute costumes. They enjoy doing this because at the end of the day they receive treats. Further, ...

The Billboard Hot Country Songs chart is published weekly by the Billboard in the United States. This chart is only one of the categories. Moreover, the table lists the most popular country music songs, calculated weekly by collecting airplay data ...

Photo Credit: www.texashighways.com Nowadays, the taste of country music has been modified and it keeps on changing. Most of them are becoming pop country. Perhaps, it’s due to our generation’s demand. The advantages of those changes can penetrate the younger ...

Buck Owens |Photo Credits: rhino.com On April 4, 1964, American country music artist and guitarist Buck Owens released “Together Again,” which would later become one of his signature hits. In fact, the song joined other hits like “Act Naturally,” “I’ve ...

A Buck Owens & His Band’s Signature Song Released on December 28, 1964, “I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail” was recorded and made popular by Buck Owens and The Buckaroos. Owens co-wrote it with country music songwriter Harlan Howard while ...

Buck Owens | Photo credit: open.spotify.com The question “Where would I be without Jesus?” is quite worth pondering on. But the answer to it is pretty obvious, especially for those who have developed a profound faith in Christ. It’s also ...

Buck Owens/Photo: Screen grabbed from Youtube The Bakersfield Sound pioneer and country legend Buck Owens placed 21 No. 1 hits on the country chart throughout his career spanning more than five decades. The 1960s was definitely Owens’ golden days as he scored ...

Buck Owens (image from K99.com) The Bakersfield King When you think of honky-tonk music, you think of Bakersfield, and when you think of Bakersfield, the fiddling sound of the name Buck Owens rings on your mind. Lastly, when you think ...

HEE HAW SHOW. Hosted by Buck Owens and Roy Clark |Photo Credits: savingcountrymusic.com Hee Haw and the Hee Haw Gospel Quartet The Hee Haw show is an American television variety show that caters a blend of country music and humor ...

Buck Owens/Photo credit: fellerandhillmusic.com You read it right. The pioneer of Bakersfield sound, Buck Owens had three No. 1 songs on the country chart in 1966 alone. While his first top country hit, “Act Naturally,” came earlier in 1963, Owens’ ...

www.youtube.com There is this kind of magic when you are in love with someone. You can’t explain what it is but you are drawn to that person, and you can’t get enough of them. Love has this kind of magic ...

Featuring country music and comedy with the fictional rural Kornfield Kounty as a backdrop, “Hee Haw” started as an American television variety show in the 1960s. It was forty-nine years ago, on June 15, 1969, to be exact, when Hee Haw made its premiere on CBS. ...

The Sweet and Mellow Version of Marty Robbins “Crying Time” is a Buck Owens original hit and definitely one of the most sung songs of the ’60s. The most notable artists who have recorded their own version of the song ...

https://www.rollingstone.com/country/lists/100-greatest-country-artists-of-all-time-w486191/buck-owens-w486445 In 1965, Buck Owens documented his utmost achievement which was his album called “I’ve Got a Tiger by the Tail.” It became the number-one album of the year and became Billboard’s very first number-one album of the year in ...

Ray Price / (Photo credit: Screen grabbed from Youtube) Could there be anything more hurtful than counting your heartache? Recalling the number of times your beloved has hurt you would be a terrible task. Doing so means bringing back the ...

Before “Act Naturally,” Buck Owens already had eight hits. Not only that, he brought Bakersfield, California into “Nashville West.” With all that, people still thought that Buck Owens would not become a big star. However, all of that changed when he ...

“Would you be ready if Jesus came today would you be ready to follow in his way, Would he take you by the hand or would he have you turn away?” Immediately as the thought to the song danced around ...

Buck Owens/Screen grabbed from Youtube We oftentimes see the phrase “Made in Japan” on products that were manufactured or produced in the said country. With that, the first time we encounter this as a song title, what initially comes to ...

Buck Owens and the Buckaroos/musicconnection.com “Crying Time”: From Country to R&B The 1964 single “Crying Time” was written and originally recorded by country music artist Buck Owens. Owens recorded the original version of this song and released it as the B-side to the ...

A 1964 hit song, “Together Again” was first recorded by American country singer and guitarist Buck Owens. This song has been covered by different artists, from one music genre to another. From being a country hit, it crossed the pop charts, took off, and went ...

Love is the answer to everything. Whatever you do or whoever you are, the answer to all of our problems is love. Even though it brings pain, love will bring more happiness. With love, everything changes; our perspective, our way ...

Born Lula Grace Johnson, Jan Howard’s discovery as a country music singer was quite accidental. Her then husband and songwriter Harlan Howard heard her singing while washing dishes in the kitchen one night. He then thought she has talent and ...

“I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail” is a song that country music band Buck Owens and the Buckaroos popularized. Released in December 1964, the song became one of Owens’ marks in the country music industry. Also, he was able to showcase the Bakersfield sound in the ...

“Act Naturally” is a song that Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison penned. Originally, Buck Owens and the Buckaroos made the cover. Owen’s and the Buckaroos’ version became a chart topper on the Billboard Country Singles chart in 1963. This was Buck’s very first hit. In 1989, ...