In 1981, country-rock singer Juice Newton released her rendition of “Queen of Hearts” as the second single off her album Juice.  “I did [‘Queen of Hearts’] live for about a year…Then I brought it to [producer] Richard Landis when we ...

Today’s society is all about the fast lane. Thanks to the internet, almost anything we want can come to us in an instant. Whether it be that Juice Newton’s commemorative coaster you got from amazon or finding the perfect recipe ...

American vocal and instrumental duo The Carpenters consisting of siblings Karen and Richard Carpenter pose for a portrait during the cover session for their album ‘A Kind Of Hush’, released in 1976. Back in 1978, The Carpenters positioned “Sweet, Sweet ...

The History Originally, this song was recorded by Evie Sands in 1967. Her version was performing well, however, two weeks after it was released, her record label went bankrupt. Chip Taylor, who wrote the song, was devastated when he found ...

A Little about Juice Newton In 1974, Judy Kay “Juice” Newton teamed with then-boyfriend Otha Young and Tom Keely to form a country/rock band, Silver Spur. Well, she didn’t expect overnight success. However, she didn’t think it would take seven ...

“Queen of Hearts” is a country-pop song written by Hank DeVito, the pedal steel guitarist in Emmylou Harris‘ backing group The Hot Band, and was first recorded by Dave Edmunds on his 1979 album Repeat When Necessary. “Queen of Hearts” ...