Today, we’re going to celebrate and honor our four-legged friends with the best country songs about dogs. After all, dogs are not just a pet but their part of the family, and losing one can be very devastating. It’s wonderful ...

Time and again, country songwriters have impressed fans and listeners with the timeless appeal of their pieces. From simple stories strummed over the guitar to complex narratives told in complicated melodies, these songwriters never fail to craft the lyrics and ...

It’s amazing how country gospel songs can affect anyone who hears them – country fan or not. They work wonders in touching those feelings of hope that we need to be reminded of in moments of failure and change – ...

In 1952, Hank Williams earned a No. 1 hit with his track, “Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” for a remarkable fourteen non-consecutive weeks. Williams recorded the track in Castle Studio in Nashville, with a top-drawer band including Chet Atkins on lead ...

Without a doubt, Hank Williams’ “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” has one of the most lovesick lyrics in all of country music.  “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” was released as a mere B-side to the up-tempo “My Bucket’s ...

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees of 2020 are ready and several country artists will join dozens more to honor this year’s inductees. Happening on November 7, 2020, country stars Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, and Gwen Stefani will ...

Hank Williams was a legend by all accounts. An incredible singer, a phenomenal storyteller, and a legendary songwriter. During his career between 1947 to 1952, he released thirty-one singles and even more were released posthumously, this includes “Kaw-Liga.” Recorded as ...

Early Life of Claude King Singer, songwriter and actor, Claude King became best known by his biggest hit “Wolverton Mountain.” King was born in Keithville located in Southern Caddo Parish North Louisiana. At an early age, King has expressed interest ...

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 ...

Hank Williams in the ’50s Both the honky-tonk singer, Hank Williams and his alter ego, Luke the Drifter were regarded as superstars in those days. He’d been racking up a string of hits since the mid-’40s with more following. In ...

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 ...

Randall Hank Williams was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on May 26, 1949. He was the only son of the back then country music icon Hank Williams. Williams affectionately call him Bocephus, but growing up, he became known in the music ...

Ray Price’s Legacy Ray Price’s career has been overwhelmingly complimented and criticized at the same time. Six years ago today, Ray passed away in his home in Texas. He was known as the one who saved the hard country when ...

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 ...

The century-old debate of whether “real country music is dying” is not new in the music industry. Even back then, the echoes of “old traditional country music isdying” had always been heard. Especially when Waylon Jennings, a country legend, voiced ...

Hank Williams Sr. and Hank Williams Jr. are high-end personas in the music industry. Their songs are proof that they are the best in the business. Hank Williams He is acknowledged as one of the greatest country artists of all ...

Hank Williams was one of the most significant and influential American singer and songwriter of the century. He has recorded 35 hit singles that entered the top 10 Billboard Country & Western Best Sellers chart and 11 of those reached ...

The biopic “I Saw the Light” released in 2015 received a lot of bad criticism from fans and movie critics. Well, to be honest, the actors are great, but the flow of the film was a bit boring, with no ...

When the news broke out that the life of legendary artist Hank Williams will be coming into the big screen, country fans were excited. There was a lot of buzz surrounding the film because of the casting and the director ...

Today is the day when country legend Hank Williams was born. He may have lived a short life but his contribution to the country music industry is incomparable. He is the musician behind classic country hits such as “Cold, Cold ...

The Booth Brothers is a Southern gospel trio who are amazing at what they do. The group’s three members are Michael Booth (Tenor), Ronnie Booth (Lead), and Paul Lancaster (Baritone). The group was initially formed by Michael’s father with his ...

The debate between traditional country music fans and pop music fans are as old as the genres. We can just scroll through old country songs from the ’50s to the ’90s on YouTube and we can see comments like “This ...

The song became popular as Hank Williams grew into the country legend that he is. However, Williams was not the first to record the song. The singer is known to have written most of his songs but “Lost Highway” was ...

All relationships go through tough times. Hank Williams had his fair share of the struggles one can have in a marriage. We all know the unfortunate event that happened to the country legend’s first marriage. In this Hank Williams-penned song, ...

Ranking songs can be very subjective at times, so take this article with a grain of salt and share your thoughts if you agree or not. For this list, we will be looking at the songs of the 1950s and ...

Doing a Hank Williams Song Yet Again Mason Ramsey shows that he is a big fan of the country legend, Hank Williams Sr. This time, Mason Ramsey chose to sing Williams’ “I Saw the Light.” We have heard a lot ...

What a great day for country fans! Our favorite Louisiana native, Laine Hardy, just won the second installment of American Idol. This young and upcoming artist is already a fan favorite with his good looks and amazing voice. His big ...

Josh Turner’s Life Photo Credit: Josh Turner/ youtube.com by Screengrab Josh Otis Turner is one of country music’s hottest stars being a singer and actor. Religion marked a big role in Turner’s life. At his early age, he would sing ...

Hank Williams: “Lovesick Blues” Photo Credit: Hank Williams/ youtube.com by Screengrab Hiram King “Hank” Williams was an American singer and songwriter. Williams is one of the most significant and influential singers and songwriters of his time. He recorded thirty-five singles ...

“Your Man” singer, Josh Turner, included this Hank Williams song on his album I Serve a Savior. In this album, you can find a whole lot of versions like “Amazing Grace” and “How Great Thou Art.” via Screen frame from ...

“I Saw the Light” is one of the greatest gospel songs written and recorded by Hank Williams. It shows us what God can really do in our life. His guiding light will always lead us to a sinless life. God’s ...

Did you know that this song was written by Hank Williams after his divorce with his wife? Yes, he and his new wife, Billie Jean Jones were the writers of this song. Hanks and Billie were en route to her ...

A lot of people will find themselves off track many times in their lifetime. Also, there are others will intentionally take the wrong path. The good news is that no matter how many times we may get lost along the ...

Originally written and recorded by Hank Williams’ Sr., the song was supposed to be released back in 1951. But for some reason, he was against it and decided to hold the release. For lack of a better term, this was ...

“You Win Again” is a heartbreaking blues written by country singer Hank Williams in 1952. He recorded the song on the same year he wrote it, and the interesting part was the day he recorded the song. Williams cut the ...

We can’t get enough of how great Charley Pride is along with the music he released. His groundbreaking voice is surely sent from heaven, and we are lucky enough to experience his greatness as an artist. Photo Credit: Charley Pride/ ...

Hank Williams may have been gone for a long time, but he has left us with a beautiful and inspiring song. His famous country gospel song “I Saw the Light” was covered countless times by different artists not only in ...

Have you heard of David Allan Coe‘s song “The Ride?” If you haven’t, you better take the time to listen to it. “The Ride” has an interesting and chilling story behind its making. Even the song itself will give you ...

If we are to list all of Hank Williams’ hits, many of us will definitely put “I Saw the Light,” “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” and “Hey, Good Lookin’” on the top. While these three tunes are definitely among the bunch of ...

Who doesn’t know the song “I Saw the Light?” Even if this tune has been first popularized in the 1940s, it’s likely that recent generations of listeners are aware of it due the countless versions of the song made year ...

Life nowadays is not easy and there are people who have two to three jobs to survive. We live in a world where everybody is busy and sometimes, they don’t even have time for their family. Also, others lose track ...

This year marks the 66th death anniversary of the legendary Hank Williams. He died in the early morning of January 1, 1953, on his way to West Virginia for a New Year’s Day show. It is so sad that he ...

The world lost the great Hank Williams too soon, but his music has forever lived. Just days after his tragic and untimely passing on New Year’s Day, the legendary singer received what would become one of the most powerful funeral ...

A House of Gold The song “House of Gold” has become a beloved classic gospel hymn from Hank Williams. And now, Patty Griffin breathes new life to the song.  Griffin completely changes the dynamics of the song. It is now ...

“I Saw the Light:” A Timeless Country Hit Released in 1948, “I Saw the Light” is a country gospel song penned by Hank Williams. On his way home from a concert, he was inspired by a remark his mother made ...

Flashback to the early 1940s, Ryman Auditorium, which was also affectionately dubbed the “Mother Church of Country Music,” opened its doors to the public. Since then, Ryman became the go-to place of all fans seeking to satiate their thirst for ...

Back when TV entertainment got substance, Roy Clark was among the conscientious artists who have no qualms incorporating spiritual songs in his acts. Together with Grandpa Joe, Buck Owens, and Kenny Price, Clark would sing timeless hymns to close Hee ...

Hank Williams, wow, he is just one of the biggest names in the country music industry. I mean he is an icon, an influencer and someone who can make records that can sell. He is incomparable to the rising country stars nowadays. Moreover, it’s just a ...

Country music traditionalists sure know Hank Williams’ music very well. And had the legend not died too early, he would have recorded more songs we’d all love to listen to. But despite his short musical journey, he left a legacy ...

If we have to define what traditional, classic country music is, Hank Williams will surely be on its definition. Many traditionalists and country music fans do honor Williams as one of the most iconic and influential country music artists of ...

For many country music fans, one may know that Audrey Williams was the ex-wife of the legendary Hank Williams. Not just a former partner in life, Audrey also became Hank’s singing partner. Unfortunately, the two divorced and soon separated for ...

Rolling Stones ranked their 100 greatest artists of all time. They ranked these country artists according to their lasting impact on the genre and their recorded output, their legacy as an entertainer. Brace yourselves for you might be surprised with ...

After “Rainy Day Woman” stopped at the No. 2 spot, Waylon Jennings returned to the No. 1 spot with a double-sided record. In this record, he used two icons of country music from an earlier era. On the A-side of ...

Little Boy’s Prayer – Hank Williams Jr. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDRjappGOYY Children and Effectual Prayers A child praying. (c) blog.commarts.wisc.edu Bet you’ve heard the answer after playing the clip, right? The man abandoned his thoughts of suicide in response to his little boy’s ...

The Second of Five No. 1 Hits With a variety of influences, Razzy Bailey grew up melding different styles of strong country music as the base of his music. Razzy’s soul sensible was underscored even in the name of his ...

A Biblical verse that inspired the song’s title | Photo credit: slideserve.com Could there be a place where our soul would never die? We are blessed enough because there is. While our physical bodies can’t escape death, our souls could live ...

www.udiscovermusic.com People are people; sometimes, we make mistakes and wrong decisions in life. There are instances wherein we tend to do bad deeds to others as well as to ourselves. These would affect us in so many ways. It can ...

“There’s A Little Bit Of Hank In Me” Album Recording Hank Williams’ songs, just like Charley Pride’s 1980 album “There’s a Little Bit Of Hank In Me” wasn’t a new concept. Since this idea had already been mined quite thoroughly. ...

Country Music Photo Credit: https://nsucurrent.nova.edu Country music is one of the biggest genres in the world of music. It began way back in the 20’s. However, as time goes by, the once country music we know has been constantly changing. ...

www.youtube.com There comes a time in our lives when we experience one bad luck after another. It’s like you are being punished for no reason at all. You try to do your best, but you always end up failing. Life is ...