John Denver‘s “Take Me Home, Country Roads” was released as a single almost fifty-years ago today. The song was from his 1971 album “Poems, Prayers & Promises.” Songwriters Bill Danoff and his wife, Taffy Nivert, originally started writing the song ...

American singer-songwriter John Denver paid tribute to his most prized possession in his 1974 song “This Old Guitar.” Denver wrote the song about his 1910 Gibson acoustic jazz guitar, which his grandmother gave to him when he was only twelve ...

In 1972, John Denver released his album Rocky Mountain High, and it quickly became his first Top Ten album as it landed in No. 4. The album was propelled by its lead single, “Rocky Mountain High,” which hit No. 9 ...

“Annie’s Song” was released as a single from John Denver’s album Back Home Again. It went on to become his second No. 1 song in the United States, dominating that spot for two weeks in July 1974.  The song also ...

Charley Pride has been an iconic figure for country music. Throughout his career, Pride shattered racial boundaries while racial tensions were at its peak and at the same time was creating timeless country hits. Charley Pride’s career was not an ...

If you are a big fan of country songs and you love all country music artists, then this one is for you. In June 2016, the Country Music Academy decided to create one of the biggest performances called “Forever Country.” ...