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 ...

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 ...

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 ...