The first artist to record the country blues “Corrine, Corrina” in 1928, Bo Carter | Photo credit: allmusic.com If you’re looking for a traditional song that has thrived through the decades and appeared in almost every music style, then you’re ...

Hank Locklin | Photo credit: allmusic.com In 1958, country singer-songwriter Hank Locklin penned and recorded the song “Send Me the Pillow You Dream On.” With it, he scored his fifth consecutive Top Ten country hit. The song shortly became a ...

“Corrine, Corrina” may have traditional roots. However, previous songs are different—musically and lyrically that is. Way back 1918 there was the commercial sheet music song “Has Anybody Seen My Corrine?” which Roger Graham published. In the same year, Vernon Dalhart recorded a vocal ...

It’s extremely catchy for a song with no consistent title: “Ghost Riders in the Sky”? “(Ghost) Riders in the Sky”? “Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend)”? Or maybe you prefer just plain “Ghost Riders”, or “Ghostriders”, or half-a-dozen other ...

Dean Martin The name Dean Martin is synonymous to charming, debonair, and impeccably attired in a black tuxedo. Indeed,  Dean Martin was coolness incarnate. His music provided the soundtrack of romance, and his image captivated movie and television audiences for more ...

Dean Martin, the man who had it all Dean Martin is a naturally good looking man who could sing whatever they put in front of him. His acting skill is equally outstanding with his singing prowess. He can deliver any ...