Of course, the key to being a country superstar is to be a talented vocalist. But there’s a little extra something with those male country singers with deep voice that makes fans go wild.  While some may have had low ...

Conway Twitty’s I’d Love To Lay You Down tells an intimate story of love which has garnered not only praises but also heavy criticisms as well, something that Conway Twitty songs have in common. Conway was no stranger to these controversies with ...

Conway Twitty’s That’s My Job is an emotionally powerful yet comforting and reassuring song. The song, which begins with a boy waking up from a nightmare of his dad passing away and ends on his father’s tragic passing, is an ...

Conway Twitty’s Hello Darlin is one of the most closely associated songs to his name, which also became the song he used to open his concerts. The song, which has an iconic intro hook, ‘Hello darlin, nice to see you‘ ...

Hello Darlin’ is just one of the many Conway Twitty songs that definitely hit us right in the feels. In almost over 40 years of his music career, Conway made our hearts long and swoon with his songs. Though his ...

Conway Twitty’s It’s Only Make Believe will definitely shatter your heart into tiny little pieces as you inhale in every lyric. It was a story of a dream that can only be as real as a make believe. The heartbreaking song ...

Loretta Lynn’s “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man” is a duet with music artist Conway Twitty. Their chemistry was highly loved by fans putting the song on the top spot in the 1973 Canadian RPM Country Tracks and US Billboard Country Songs. ...

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. ...

In 1988, something magical happened when Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty released a duet version of the song “Making Believe” and used it as the title track for their final album together. Even though it was not a radio hit ...

Country’s beloved duo, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, released “Lead Me On” in 1971 as the first single and title track from the album of the same name. It became the second No. 1 on the U.S. country singles chart ...

Pulled from the archives, this footage will give you a rare glimpse into the early years of one country icon. Making an appearance on the Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show in January 1959, Dick Clark excitedly announced his surprise guest, and ...

Country music singer Conway Twitty performed “The Rose” just months before he passed away, and this legendary performance still captivates his fans around the world. When Conway Twitty suddenly died in 1993 at the age of fifty-nine, the entire country ...

“Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man” is one of the most notable duets from the most notable duetting pairs in the history of country music, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. The song was released in 1973 as the first single and title ...

“Don’t Cry Joni” is probably the best collaboration Conway Twitty ever did. He recorded it with no other than his then sixteen-year-old daughter Joni Lee.  The song was released as a single in 1975, and it peaked at No. 63 ...

The moment Conway Twitty heard “I See the Want to in Your Eyes,” he knew he had to record the song. Released in 1974 off of his album I’m Not Through With Loving You Yet, “I See the Want to ...

With over fifty No. 1 albums, record-breaking attendance at concerts, and countless awards, guess we can safely say Conway Twitty made a permanent spot for himself as a country music legend. Thanks to hit songs like “Hello Darlin’,” Twitty’s legacy ...

Conway Twitty is one of the most successful and dearly loved country artists of all time. With hits like “Hello Darlin'” and “Love to Lay You Down,” Twitty has won over the hearts of country fans far and wide. So ...

Conway Twitty was undoubtedly a one-man hit machine ever since he started his career on the infamous Memphis label Sun Records. And throughout his career, from his pop and rock beginnings during the 1950s to his pivot to the country ...

Anita Cochran Country music singer-songwriter and record producer, Anita Renee Cockerham, professionally known as Anita Cochran, is celebrating her 52nd birthday today. Her country music exposure began in her family where she also learned to play guitar, mandolin, dobro, and ...

Conway Twitty is a master when it comes to singing country music. He has made countless hits in his career such as “Hello Darlin,” “Don’t Cry Joni,” “That’s My Job,” “It’s Only Make Believe,” among many others. The country singer ...

Conway Twitty gives us a twist with his classic song “Happy Birthday Darlin‘.” Via Conway Twitty’s Official Facebook Page Harold Lloyd Jenkins professionally known as Conway Twitty was one of the popular country music singers in the ’50s. He achieved ...

Conway Twitty and Reba McEntire shared a long history of working with each other. In fact, Conway was the one who helped Reba established her career as a country artist. This was shared by the country singer when Conway’s grandson ...

Conway Twitty born as Harold Lloyd Jenkins was a well known American country music singer back in the 1950s to 1990s. He spent 38 years in the country music industry. In the year 1971 to 1976, he received a string ...

Classic country songs are known to be songs that tell stories about family, romance, and God. However, at some point in the past, the following country songs were banned. The ironic thing is that these songs actually became chart-toppers.  Banned ...

There are times when we lose track and we forget everything that was taught by God. However, He will always forgive us. All we need to do is go back to Him and don’t let go of his hand. Once ...

“Mama Tried” was a song penned by the legendary country singer Merle Haggard in 1968. He recorded the song with his band the Strangers. The result was another number one on both the US and Canadian country charts. Haggard’s song ...

Lousiana Woman and Mississippi Man is one of the many duets of Loretta and Conway. The song was penned by Nashville singer-songwriters Becki Bluefield and Jim Owen. Although both legendary country artists never had a romantic involvement, the chemistry they ...

There’s nothing lovelier than to hear a song, hear a story, or watch a movie when a couple is still madly in love with each other no matter how long they have been together. It seems that we all want ...

“D-I-V-O-R-C-E” is a classic country song. Tammy Wynette brought the song to fame as she recorded it in 1968. This heartbreaking song was penned by Bobby Braddock and Curly Putman. Photo Credit: Tammy Wynette/ Official Facebook Page “D-I-V-O-R-C-E” Chart Performance ...

There are instances when we will be hesitant to enter into a relationship. Other people are scared, others may not be ready and some just want to focus on themselves.  Whatever our reasons are, we need to contemplate on every ...

The King of Country George Strait began the year 2006 with a bang when his song “She Let Herself Go” hit the top of the country chart giving him his 40th No. 1 single. The song reaching the summit marked ...

Harold Lloyd Jenkins or more popularly known as Conway Twitty was one of the greatest and well-loved country singers of all time. His achievements in the music industry gave him the recognition he truly deserved. Throughout his entire career, he ...

Have you ever felt a divine presence that God is with you? How did you react? What did you do? Anyhow, God’s presence is really hard to determine. But, others say that as long as you open your heart, then ...

We cannot deny the fact that Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty really do have chemistry on stage. Every time they perform a song together, they make us feel like they have this unspoken connection of love together. However, we both ...

Before Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty became a sensational country duo, they both have solo careers. Loretta has already made her name in country music. She released singles such as “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” “Woman of the World (Leave My World ...

In times of war, there’s no one thing we want to save but our dear nation. Hence, our mighty soldiers valiantly defend and fight for us during these times of infamy and catastrophe. This Veterans Day, we cannot thank them ...

“Touch the Hand” is a ballad that talks about a resilient man. A resilient man who doesn’t give up easily because of love. He tries to repossess the love his woman had for him. With this, he’s trying all he ...

There is no stopping the “Brad Paisley-Carrie Underwood Tandem” as wherever they go, they make people happy. With their quirkiness and talent, Brad and Carrie simply won the hearts of many fans not just in the country but even around ...

Rolling Stones ranked their 100 greatest artists of all time. They ranked these country artists according to their lasting impact on the genre and their recorded output, their legacy as an entertainer. Brace yourselves for you might be surprised with ...

More than four decades ago, Conway Twitty’s “The Games That Daddies Play” peaked at the No.1 spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It placed on the said position on October 9, 1976, and today marks its 42nd. Indeed, ...

It is such a painful experience to know that the person you love is not in love with you anymore. It is a sad thing to see them walk away while you are still madly in love with them. What ...

Then-young traditionalist Daryle Singletary received favorable feedback from a Billboard music reviewer for his notable rendition of the song “The Note.” The review centered on two aspects. First was on Singletary’s singing style which was likened to that of country ...

“It’s Been a Long Time Darling” Being far from the person you love is never easy because you will miss being with them all the time. The only thing that keeps two people in love with each other is the ...

How Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn Met  Did you know that Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn first met in a recording studio in 1967? They met each other in producer Owen Bradley’s recording studio. During that time, Conway Twitty was ...

When we are talking about country music duos, many would eventually pop out into our minds but there will always be of Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn in our hearts. These two amazing artists have become sweethearts on the stage ...

It is difficult to pretend that you do not love someone anymore. When you see them and they ask how are you, you pretend that you are fine. But in reality, you are not. This is what Conway Twitty and ...

Last July 7, 2018, Conway Twitty’s grandson, Tre Twitty, and Loretta Lynn’s children and grandchildren gathered together to pay tribute to Conway and Loretta at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. They performed the classic songs of the country duo and made the ...

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 ...

Conway Twitty Photo Credit: https://www.sunrecords.com Mona Lisa Mona Lisa is the most famous painting we have ever known. Many speculations and investigations have been made to know what is in Mona Lisa that captivates people. Mona Lisa is a painting ...

The King of Strings Joe Maphis | Photo credit: Youtube If going to bars is your thing, then this song would resonate well with you. Why do people go to bars, anyway? The reason varies, but in general, bars are ...

Photo Credit: www.oldies.com “Slow Hand” is a sultry song with oozing lyrics. It also has a beautiful melody that makes it more appealing to the ears. Overall, it is a kind of song that depicts seductive yet passionate love. With ...

Photo Credit: www.sunrecords.com “I’d Love to Lay You Down” was respectfully declined by Johnny Duncan when it was offered to him. However, Conway Twitty, without having a second thought, accepted the song and placed it at the No.1  spot on ...

Conway Twitty | Photo credit: sunrecords.com Many are the songs created that serve as lamentations over a lost lover. Country music has a variety of songs recorded on this theme. Here on Country Thang Daily, you can find some of ...

Photo Credit: www.billboard.com Speaking of true and infinite love, “I’m Already Taken,” says it all. The well-crafted melody and witty lyrics describe a story of two people destined for each other. They met at a young age, since then, they ...

Don Gibson and Conway Twitty | Country Thang Daily Archives Written by good friends, Bill Anderson and Buddy Killen, “I May Never Get to Heaven” was originally recorded by Don Gibson in 1960. Anderson came up with the song because of ...

“As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone:” Lynn-Twitty 4th No. 1 Hit Released on August 17, 1974, “As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone” was penned by American country music artist Conway Twitty. It is a song he conceived ...

Conway Twitty in his youth. Photo from YouTube via screengrab The Scribes Behind the Song Unlike the Baseball Hall of Famers, Nashville has the Songwriters Association that honors songwriters when they can still enjoy the fruits of their labor. It ...

Conway Twitty |Photo Credits: sunrecords.com It is fully remembered that the late Conway Twitty had a fulfilling career throughout his life. As proof, he charted over 50 number one songs in the Billboard charts especially in country music, pop and other ...

Blake Shelton during his mullet days | Photo credit: musictelevision.fi When Blake Shelton debuted to the music scene in 2001, he did not only record original songs but also cut a few classic tunes by country legends. One of the first cover ...

Conway Twitty |Photo Credits: sunrecords.com Known for his love country ballads, Conway Twitty, and his performances would never be complete without him singing one of his signature hits, “Hello Darlin’.” This 1970 song of Conway has already been a music ...