Country Music Hall of Famer Ferlin Husky was best known for his third and final country No. 1 hit “Wings of a Dove.” He recorded the country gospel in 1960, and it went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot ...

The gospel song “Wings of a Dove” was popularized by Ferlin Husky in 1960. When Husky took the song, it spiraled to the top of the country chart. As a result, the song became his signature hit. Hence, whenever the ...

“Wings of a Dove” gave Ferlin Husky the recognition he deserves in his career. Even though he already had scored some number one songs on the chart, “Wings of a Dove” remains to be his most popular single. Photo Credit: ...

A fan of Hank Williams’, he crafted “Long Black Train” based on Williams’ song “The Devil’s Train.” That was the time he didn’t have any record contract and he would not have even thought that it would give him his ...

When we are in trouble and we cannot find any hope, God always sends us His guiding light. He, despite our sins, loves us every day. God will always be here for us no matter what the situation may be. ...

From a 1960 appearance on “Jubilee USA” (aka the “Ozark Jubilee”), here is a Christmas song duet by Ferlin Husky and Patsy Cline, two enduring favorites of every true Country music enthusiast. So, “Let it Snow” outside, but let our ...