Background of Tennessee Waltz The song was a product of the partnership that Pee Wee King and Redd Stewart had throughout their career. It was during the mid-’40s when the collaboration of King and Stewart began with the song, “Bonaparte’s ...

Loretta Lynn: The Coal Miner’s Daughter “The Coal Miner’s Daughter” was among the most unforgettable songs by Loretta Lyn. Later in 1980, the top-charting song became a title to an American biographical musical film. Loretta Lynn’s Path to Fame During ...

Jimmy Dickens as Country Music’s Little Giant Little Jimmy Dickens had his signature boots and a crown that increased his small stature of 4’10” to 5’5”. Aside from his small stature, Dickens was known for his comic songs and his ...

Charley Pride was made known by his sleek, Southern-accented baritone voice. He was the most accomplished African-American during the 1960s. Over the span of 23 years, from 1966 to 1989, he was able to produce unforgettable songs that spent multiple ...

Flashback to the early 1940s, Ryman Auditorium, which was also affectionately dubbed the “Mother Church of Country Music,” opened its doors to the public. Since then, Ryman became the go-to place of all fans seeking to satiate their thirst for ...

The King of Country Music Roy Claxton Acuff, or simply known as Roy Acuff, was one of the most prominent figures of country music. In his lifetime, he was a singer, a fiddler, a promoter, and a freemason. Most of ...