Hank Cochran has been one of the biggest influencers in the world of country music. Without him, the likes of Patsy Cline, Ray Price, and many more wouldn’t have any top-performing songs. Who is Cochran, and what was his important ...

Behind all great songs and singers is a songwriter who worked hard to give us something worth listening. Without the songwriters, we would not be able to have the songs we love. That is why, like Jamey Johnson, we must ...

You can pretend as much as you can, but eventually, the truth will come rushing in. Sometimes we try to stay tough and tell people we don’t care about anything. We try to act as if being vulnerable is a ...

Songs lamenting over a lost love seemed to have a greater charm among many country music artists. Notice the tunes recorded on this theme, there’s no denying their number. Also, a single song with such a melancholic vibe can become ...

Released in 1963 as a country-pop song, “Make the World Go Away” was composed and conceived by country music singer-songwriter Hank Cochran. The very first version of the song was performed and recorded by Ray Price in 1963. Since its release, ...

https://www.allmusic.com/artist/vern-gosdin-mn0000842269/biography Vern Gosdin released the song in December 1990. “Is It Raining at Your House” was a phrase from a conversation over the phone. The conversation was between Vern Gosdin and Hank Cochran. At that time, Vern Gosdin called Hank ...

Burl Ives / Los Angeles Times When someone you love suddenly walks out the door and says he/she is leaving for good, all you can ever do is to shed “A Little Bitty Tear.” Even a clown cannot hide the ...

Vern Gosdin |Photo Credits: nucountry.com.au A three-minute long country song, “This Ain’t My First Rodeo” was recorded by American country music artist Vern Gosdin and released on July 23, 1990. It is the lead single and the A-side of another Gosdin’s ...

“Make the World Go Away” is a country-popular music that Hank Cochran penned. While he was on a date at a movie theater in 1960, Hank Cochran got the inspiration for the song. Quickly, he left the theater. By the time he arrived ...