In 1966, some two years after Jim Reeves‘ death in a plane crash in July 1964, the song “Distant Drums” provided the singer with his only No. 1 hit in the United Kingdom – despite being released posthumously. It remained ...

The song “He’ll Have To Go” took Jim Reeves’s career to even greater heights. Singer Billy Brown first recorded it; however, Brown’s version failed to make waves and only got occasional airplay on the country stations. But out of those ...

Some people will love you because you choose yourself first. Love may sometimes be selfish. One example is choosing your self first. Loving is not all about happiness or romance, but also about sacrifice. We have built a relationship to ...

“He’ll Have to Go” It is a classic song written by American songwriter Joe Allison, and Audrey Allison. It was then popularized by American country artist Jim Reeves. The song “He’ll Have to Go” was released on November 1959 from ...

Jim Reeves re-introduced himself as one of country music’s best artists in the ’50s. His song “He’ll Have to Go” topped not only the country chart but the pop chart too. The track is not originally from the singer. Reeves ...

There are times when we find ourselves facing a crossroad, confused with the many things going on in our lives, or struggling with something else, and on the verge of giving up. These situations offer us the best chance to ...

Country singer Jim Reeves heard Billy Brown’s version of “He’ll Have to Go.” By then, he was eager to record the song. When he found out that it wasn’t a huge success for Brown, he went on to make his ...

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 ...

“Precious Memories” is a gospel hymn covered by various artists. However, the most notable version was that of Alan Jackson’s. Jackson released an album with the title Precious Memories. This was the first gospel album that he released in his ...

It’s perfect when you find someone who will bring out the best in you. You know that no matter what people think about you, the person you love will look at you like you are perfect. Furthermore, they will love ...

Clockwise: Chuck Wagon Gang, Jim Reeves, The Gatlin Brothers, The Oak Ridge Boys, George Jones | Photo credits: amazon.com; amazon.co.uk; shazam.com; illflyawayfoundation.org; dignitymemorial.com When Albert E. Brumley wrote the song “I’ll Fly Away,” it never crossed his mind that such ...

Jim Reeves We Thank Thee Album Photo Credit: www.youtube.com We Thank Thee Jim Reeves always knows how to deliver a heartfelt song. His voice accompanied by a well-written song is all that makes a song outstandingly good. “Across The Bridge” does ...

None can argue against the wide influence of Jim Reeves’ music that conquered Nashville from 1955 through 1969. His harmonious combination of muted velvet orchestration and a mellow baritone voice echoed on the radios, most specifically on country airplay. He ...

Jim Reeves/Photo credit: qobuz.com It’s too easy for humans to tumble down, get lost along the way, and wander in the wilderness. The lure of this world is too strong to easily devour the human’s spirit. But if you’ve gotten ...

www.youtube.com We define home depending on what we feel or where we want it to be. Sometimes home can be a physical place where you stay, and feel safe and happy, while for others, home can be a person. Certain ...

His All-Time-Favorite Performer Ronnie Milsap is a multi-talented country artist who knows not only to sing but also how to play piano, violin, and guitar. One of the first songs he ever learned to play on the six-string guitar was ...

https://www.discogs.com/Jim-Reeves-We-Thank-Thee/release/2800392 We should always appreciate life and be thankful for all that God is giving us. Whether in good times or in bad times, we should be grateful to the highest almighty. For us to be reminded of the great ...

Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline | Photo credits: amazon.com, songkick.com The rise of Rock ‘n’ Roll in the 1950s and 1960s had almost killed country music. Country sales began to fall since a large portion of the youth market shifted ...

Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline | Photo credit: Youtube Country legends Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline were among the several stars who had died of a plane crash. Cline went ahead in 1963 at the age of 30 while Reeves followed the year after. ...

Welcome to my world Won’t you come on in? Miracles, I guess Still happen now and then Step into my heart Leave your cares behind Welcome to my world Built with you in mind (Photo Credits: amazon.com) Knock and the ...

Which is more difficult, to leave a person or to be left behind? It is said that in every relationship, one person loves the other more than how the other feels. That is why sometimes two people break up one ...

Jim Reeves and Dottie West Together Jim Reeves and Dottie West singing together is phenomenal. West’s classic sexy voice and Reeves’ soft baritone voice, made the song amazing. A forbidden love story between two lovers who are with somebody else. ...

About The Song: We Thank Thee “We Thank Thee,” is a song written and performed by Jim Reeves’ himself, in 1962. “We Thank Thee” is a track included in his album called We Thank Thee. The song is about being ...

Jim Reeves/Amazon.com Also known as Precious Lord, Take My Hand, “Take My Hand, Precious Lord” is a gospel song recorded by Jim Reeves. Known as the ‘father of black gospel music’, Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey wrote the lyrics of the song. This song was ...

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, ...

Hear it through the velvety voice of our Mr. Gentleman, Jim Reeves. “It Is No Secret” by Jim Reeves The Songwriter Carl Stuart Hamblen (October 20, 1908 – March 8, 1989) He was dubbed the first singing cowboy on the ...

We now live in one of the most troubled times in the history. There is so much hate, envy, covetousness, apathy, and of demonizing of our perceived foes over differences in politics, religion, and race. As creatures patterned after God’s ...

The song of Jim Reeves, “He’ll Have To Go” is a country and pop hit recorded on October 1959. It was released in fall and went on to become a massive hit in both genres in early 1960’s. “He’ll Have ...