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Porter Wagoner + The Carroll County Accident

Porter Wagoner And The Small Town Soap Opera: “The Carroll County Accident”

The Bob Ferguson-penned track “The Carroll County Accident” earned Porter Wagoner a CMA for Song of the Year in 1969. Here’s the whole story. 

Porter Wagoner + What Would You Do (If Jesus Came to Your House)

Confused and Still Pondering: Porter Wagoner’s “What Would You Do”

A lot of thoughts are swarming the mind when you learn that Jesus is at your front door. Porter Wagoner's "What Would You Do (If Jesus Came To Your House)" might have a few ideas.

Best Country Gospel Songs

Here Are The Best Country Gospel Songs To Give You A Lift In These Difficult Times

Whether you’re a country fan or not, you’ll be amazed of how these country gospel songs will affect you the moment you listen to it.

The Fieriest Feuds In Country Music That People Still Talk About

The Fieriest Feuds In Country Music That People Still Talk About

Some of the biggest names in country music definitely didn't hesitate to butt heads with each other. So, we've gathered the most infamous feuds in the genre.

Porter Wagoner Songs

Here Are The Best Porter Wagoner Songs Throughout His Colorful Career In Country Music

Porter Wagoner songs – including his duets with Dolly Parton – were among the most beloved tunes from the 1950s to 1970s.

Here Are Some Facts About Porter Wagoner, The Grand Showman Of Country Music

Let’s celebrate the life and illustrious career of Porter Wagoner with some facts about the genre’s The Grand Showman.

The Best Country Music Duos of all time

The Best Country Music Duos Of All Time

They say two is better than one and these country music duos are here to prove that, as they create sounds that are theirs alone.

Creepy Country Songs

Check Out These Creepy Country Songs For Your Knee-Trembling Playlist

Halloween is just around the corner, and nothing is much scarier than the best creepy country songs playing all through the night.

Nastiest Feud Between Parton & Wagoner After a 7-Year Teamup

Inside Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner’s Legendary Feud

Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner were known as country music’s legendary duo, and so was their feud that led to their breakup and a nasty lawsuit.

Porter Wagoner Once Taught Us How To Have "A Satisfied Mind"

Porter Wagoner Once Taught Us How To Have “A Satisfied Mind”

Porter Wagoner’s “A Satisfied Mind,” written by Red Hayes and Jack Rhodes is probably one of the classis country songs that has the most profound wording.

Get To Know The Heart Tugging Tale Behind “Green Green Grass Of Home”

This is the miserable tale behind the song "Green Green Grass Of Home. It may be soothing to the ears but it tells a very sad story that will surely make your eyes water.

“What Would You Do (If Jesus Came to Your House)?”

What would you do if Jesus came to your house? Would you let him enter or would you close your door?

Wagoner’s “The Cold Hard Facts of Life” Will Make You Sad

"The Cold Hard Facts of Life" is a song that portrays infidelity. In the complicated world that we live in, what's your take on this song?

Porter Wagoner’s Important Message in His Song “A Satisfied Mind”

Are you satisfied with your life? Do you know what a satisfying life is all about? If you are still confused and asking many questions about it, then listen to Porter Wagoner's song "A Satisfied Mind."

Porter Wagoner’s “A Satisfied Mind:” A Song of Contentment

Porter Wagoner is a well known Country music artist. Wagoner sang the song "A Satisfied Mind" at the Grand Ole Opry in May 1967.

“Wings of a Dove:” Porter Wagoner’s Rendition

Porter Wagoner decided to record Ferlin Husky's "Wings of a Dove," but he unbelievably put his own spin into it.

“Please Don’t Stop Loving Me:” The Only No. 1 Song of Parton and Wagoner

Before Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner parted ways, they finally scored their first and only number one song on the chart with "Please Don't Stop Loving Me."