In 1971, Jerry Reed released what would be his most successful song on the country chart – “When You’re Hot, You’re Hot.” Released as the title track of his first solo album, the song peaked at No. 1 in the ...

If there’s a song from a movie soundtrack that tells the story of the film in just a few verses, it’s definitely “East bound and Down” for the movie Smokey and the Bandit. Written by Jerry Reed and Dick Feller, ...

Known throughout country music as “the Guitar Man,” Jerry Reed gained recognition not only for a successful acting career but also as a singer and songwriter. He recorded some fantastic music from the age of eighteen until the later years ...

When we talk about the name Elvis Presley, what pops into your mind? For me, it is a legendary country artist. Today, let us witness as he performed one of the country hits in the ’60s entitled “Guitar Man.” via ...

On October 18, 1969, Jerry Reed placed “Are You from Dixie (Cause I’m from Dixie, too)” at number eleven on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It was one of his singles to penetrate the said chart. It was 49 ...

“A Bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t.” – Charles Spurgeon What does your bible look like? A worn out bible is a sign of a fresh heart. pic.twitter.com/OR0SqoVSka — Living Christian (@livechristian1) June 3, 2016 Living ...