In 1950, Hank Snow wrote “I’m Moving On,” which has now become a country standard. This train song tells the tale of unfaithful love, and there’s perhaps no one who understood its message any more than Hank. The song absolutely ...

Music was pretty much the blood and life of American singer, Anita Carter. She was the youngest daughter of Maybelle Carter who was a founding member of The Carter Family.At age 17, she played upright bass for their Mother Maybelle ...

On January 8, 1935, the world’s King of Rock and Roll,  Elvis Presley was born in East Tupelo, Mississippi. More than being a music icon, he was among the most influential people in history. In 1948, the Presleys relocated to ...

Hank Snow is one of the few Canadian country artists that made it to the mainstream American audience. It was hard for a non-American artist to break into the country music scene but the country singer succeeded with the release ...

Hank Snow is one of the few Canadian country artists that made it to the mainstream American audience. In here, we will look at the ups and downs of the career of the Canadian singer. via Screen frame from Youtube ...

Hank Snow had come a long way from his traumatic childhood life to becoming one of the celebrated country music stars of the 1950’s. Life has been tough for him but he persevered and never gave up until he succeeded. ...

In 2015, Kacey Musgraves performed one of country music’s classic song “I’ve Been Everywhere.” Musgraves stop from touring with her band to perform at the Grand Ole Opry’s Opry Goes Pink, an event for breast cancer awareness month. Musgraves was ...

Hank Snow | Photo credit: musicstack.com Australian songwriter and country singer Geoff Mack wrote the original version of the song “I’ve Been Everywhere” in 1962. Being based in Australia, the song listed various destinations located in the said country. On ...

Hank Snow | Photo credit: amazon.com While other artists’ music centered on a heart-shattering theme, Hank Snow’s songs were quite relief-focused. True enough, the Country Music Hall of Fame inductee has also recorded songs that expressed the anguish of tortured ...

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 ...

Throughout his career, Clarence Eugene “Hank” Snow, is undeniably known as one of the most successful country music stars to come out of Canada during the industry’s formative years. He also emerged as one of the unique stylists, best songwriter, ...

Hank Snow did not just imitate the likes of Jimmie Rodgers. He had a stand of sharing his music through gospel songs. One fabulous gospel tune Hank and his Wife, Minnie both penned was “Jesus Wept”. We hope you will ...

“Hello Love,” is about two people in love getting back together. When things end, we immediately think that there’s no more hope for things to work out. Therefore we end up burning bridges. There’s always a right time to cut everything ...

The Song That Made Brandt Famous “My Heart Has a History” is the name of the single that marked Paul Brandt’s first success in country music. His first single, the tune reached No.1 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs ...

Fans of the old, classic country music will surely be delighted to remember the days when Hank Snow’s hit track I’m Moving On dominated the airwaves. Written by Hank Snow and released in May of 1950, the song became an ...