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 ...