Country music has truly always been the working class’ genre – most especially with truck drivers, who represent honest and hardworking men with a level of liberty unknown to most people. And Red Sovine was one of the most prolific ...

“Teddy Bear” was released by Red Sovine in June 1976 as a title track for their album that had the same name. The song, a recitation with an instrumental background, was Sovine’s last of three No. 1 hits on the ...

Originally recorded by the country star C.W. McCall, the song “Roses for Mama” also has a rendition by Red Sovine. The song centers on a traveler’s thoughtful actions towards a motherless boy.  The song begins when the narrator stops in ...

Before the era of modern music we have today, truck-driving country songs were performed as narratives about truck driving and truck drivers with the element of music. This rose to popularity during the 60s to 80s as truck drivers mostly ...

Red Sovine, born as Woodrow Wilson Sovine on July 7, 1917 in West Virginia, is widely known for his songs which were associated with truck driving. The narratives of his songs are filled with sentiments to which a lot of ...

Halloween is just around the corner, and whether you’re planning to throw a spooky party of your own or just hand out some candies around your neighborhood – nothing will beat the best creepy country songs playing all through the ...