Made famous by Tom Jones, “Green, Green Grass Of Home” has been around for over five decades now, and it managed to capture so many hearts through the years.  When Jones’ version was released in 1966, it swiftly climbed and ...

Who is Kris Kristofferson? Kris Kristofferson had a slow start in his career. His big break came when in 1971, Janis Joplin’s version of his song “Me and Bobby McGee” reached the top of the charts. Before this breakthrough, country ...

Before he became the so-called “The Killer,” Jerry Lee Lewis was one of those who pioneered rock & roll and rockabilly music. In fact, he has been described as “rock & roll’s first great wild man.” Despite being popular in ...

Rock & Roll’s Greatest Wild Man Jerry Lee Lewis is back home and is recovering after suffering from a mild stroke on the 28th of February, Thursday. Jerry Lee Lewis’ Recovery via Reuters/Fox News The 83-year-old pioneer quickly shared about ...

“To Make Love Sweeter For You” was a composition of George Morgan. The voice behind its recording is  Jerry Lee Lewis. The said track was Lewis’ third chart-topper on the country chart and his first since his 1958 “Great Balls of ...

Jerry Lee Lewis Sings To Make Love Sweeter For You/ Youtube Rock and Roll Better for Country Music Jerry Lee Lewis was embraced not only in country music but also in the rock and roll industry. After a year and ...

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 ...

The Artist Behind the Song The original version of “Chantilly Lace” by Jerry Lee Lewis was recorded way back in 1958 and it was a pop hit. The song was written by J. P. Richardson, known professionally as “The Big Bopper.” ...

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 ...

Undoubtedly, “Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” is one of the most repetitively recorded songs, the most with numerous versions and covers. As a matter of fact, the song even reached the different music genres. Of course, it was reimagined by the ...

Four Walls was written in 1951 and it waited for six years before its first recording took place. The song credited its lyrics to Marvin J. Moore while George H. Campbell Jr. provided its musical accompaniment. Based on its wordings, ...

  A GOOD GREAT HOWDY TO Y’ALL! “…today we’re going to do a Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On by the great Jerry Lee Lewis!” Today I would gladly want to present you with another one of ‘em Rock n’Roll/Rockabilly Classics. ...