When this dark-haired beauty graced the country music scene back in 1952, she quickly captured the hearts and admiration of anybody and everybody. Country listeners were mesmerized by Kitty Wells songs that showcased her full talent and love for iconic ...

While country music was dominated by men ever since Billboard started ranking country songs in 1944, things changed for female artists a few decades later – especially when the genre claimed Nashville as the recording center and Country Music Association ...

For every ‘King of Country Music,’ there’s also a ‘Queen of Country Music’. But unlike the King, the Queen isn’t as controversial mainly because there is one recognized queen for every generation. And just like the popular title of Miss ...

Kitty Wells‘ “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels” has been credited for paving the way for generations of female country artists – especially Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, and Dolly Parton, including all the songs where women ...

Everyone remembers Kitty Wells’ famous song “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels.” She became known in the music industry because of it. However, Wells wouldn’t have been known if the songwriter of the song, J.D. “Jay” Miller, wasn’t ...

Classic country songs are known to be songs that tell stories about family, romance, and God. However, at some point in the past, the following country songs were banned. The ironic thing is that these songs actually became chart-toppers.  Banned ...

Today marks the 7th year death anniversary of our first female superstar in Country music, Kitty Wells.  Thus, as we celebrate her death anniversary, let us look back on her works and achievements. One of the works that made her ...

There is nothing more worth listening to than great singers coming together to record a classic song. When Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, and Tammy Wynette collaborated for the first time, country music fans were excited! It’s a once in a ...

Who do you think is the queen of country music? A lot of people are still debating whether country legends such as Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, or Tammy Wynette is deserving of the title. However, they are forgetting about the ...

Country music began a long, long time ago. As it moved forward to the present, a lot of things changed. The sound of country music we once knew has crossed over to pop music, and many instruments or electronic sounds ...

The Queen of Country Music Kitty Wells is notably one of the most successful women to date in country music. Her efforts and success have earned her the nickname “The Queen of Country Music.” She was inducted into the Country Music ...

The Collaboration of Kitty Wells and Red Foley Kitty Wells and Red Foley collaborated together in the 50’s for their first album together, Kitty Wells’ and Red Foley’s Golden Favorites. Their album did not make it to the Billboard charts. ...

Kitty Wells | Photo: Screen grabbed from Youtube The year 1953 marked a significant point in Kitty Wells’ career as a solo performer. During this particular year, Wells scored her breakthrough hit “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels.” ...

Ray Charles | Photo credit: thefamouspeople.com When Ray Charles’ name is mentioned, the first things we could think about him are his blues and gospel songs. But, Charles tried to defy complacency when it comes to his music. As such, ...

Country Music Photo Credit: https://nsucurrent.nova.edu Country music is one of the biggest genres in the world of music. It began way back in the 20’s. However, as time goes by, the once country music we know has been constantly changing. ...

https://commons.wikimedia.org/ The pain of losing someone is unbearable. You do not know how to deal with what you feel. You do not know if you should get mad, cry or even feel nothing at all. Death has a huge impact ...

Kitty Wells | Photo credit: nationalpost.com Exactly six years ago today, The Queen of Country Music Kitty Wells saddened the entire country music industry with her passing. But, she certainly didn’t leave her fans and supporters unhappy at all as her rich ...

Photo credits: AllMusic, Discogs, New York Times, Mercury News, Amazon, IMDb It is time to turn back the musical clock and look at a few female singers who hugely made a remarkable impact on country music. Some of the prime ...

Ray Price / (Photo credit: Screen grabbed from Youtube) Could there be anything more hurtful than counting your heartache? Recalling the number of times your beloved has hurt you would be a terrible task. Doing so means bringing back the ...

Kitty Wells, the Queen of Country Music, who is also best known for her song “It Wasn’t God Who Make Honky Tonk Angels,” did an excellent job with “Heartbreak USA”.  Though it was her second and last single to peak ...

“I hope and pray someday the world will learn, that fires we don’t put out will bigger burn. We must save freedom now at any cost … or someday our own freedom will be lost.” – Hello Vietnam One of ...

The song “Release Me” originated from the popular music genre. Eddie “Piano” Miller, James Pebworth and Robert Yount penned its lyrics in 1949. Jimmy Heap and the Melody Masters originally recorded it in 1953. Perhaps, the artist whose name is most associated ...

“Making Believe” by Kitty Wells Making believe That you still love me It’s leaving me alone and so blue Still I’ll always dream But I’ll never own you Making believe It’s all I can do Can’t hold you close When ...