A Career to Remember Clarence Albert Poindexter, also known as Al Dexter, was born in Jacksonville, Texas. In 1930, he owned a bar and was the first few artists that pioneered the honky-tonk style of country music. ARC Records gave ...

Red Foley – Nashville’s 1st Country Star Clyde Julian Foley, also referred to as Red Foley was a well-known musician, radio and television personality whose influence caused the rise and spread of Country Music following the end of World war ...

Loretta Lynn: The Coal Miner’s Daughter “The Coal Miner’s Daughter” was among the most unforgettable songs by Loretta Lyn. Later in 1980, the top-charting song became a title to an American biographical musical film. Loretta Lynn’s Path to Fame During ...

Charley Pride was made known by his sleek, Southern-accented baritone voice. He was the most accomplished African-American during the 1960s. Over the span of 23 years, from 1966 to 1989, he was able to produce unforgettable songs that spent multiple ...

“Soldier’s Last Letter” is Tubb’s most patriotic song. As we celebrate this Veterans Day, let us venture into the legacy of country singer, Ernest Dale Tubb. He was nicknamed as the Texas Troubadour and he is known by the country ...

Ernest Tubb was country music’s biggest star back in 1941. His song “Walkin’ the Floor Over You” was his first country hit and it was followed by his other hits such as “Soldier’s Last Letter,” “Hello Trouble,” and “Just a Drink ...