When Glen Campbell released “Southern Nights” forty-five years ago off the album of the same name, fans were straight away taken by the infectious country song. With Campbell’s unique guitar lick, the song reached No. 1 on three different US ...

Individually blazing their own trails was perhaps the main fuel to The Highwaymen‘s road of success, thereby placing them on top of the music industry in the ’80s. Why wouldn’t they be? This dream team composed by four of the ...

Featured in and further popularized through the 1972 film “Deliverance,” “Dueling Banjos” has quite a fascinating history. First Release The tune was originally composed and played by Country star Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith in 1955 with the title, “Feudin’ Banjos.” ...

Glen Campbell was at #1 on the US Country music chart with his seventh album, “By the Time I Get to Phoenix.“ The title track which was written by Jimmy Webb was originally recorded by Johnny Rivers in 1965. Campbell’s ...

(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden was the title track of Lynn Anderson‘s studio album released in 1971. It peaked at no. 1 on the Country Music chart for four weeks, crossed over to other music charts, and became ...

Glen Campbell, also known as the Rhinestone Cowboy, has produced some of country music’s greatest songs. A few of his notable hit songs are “Southern Nights,” “Gentle On My Mind,” and “Galveston.” Some of the songs were written by Campbell, ...