Daddy Sang Bass “Daddy Sang Bass” was an original song written by rockabilly legend Carl Perkins.  Back then, Perkins was a member of the traveling show formed by Johnny Cash. Perkins had the song pertain to the families from the ...

If you’ll be subjected to temptation, will you be able to beat the devil? Can you resist the things shown to you or offered to you? It is easier said than done when we are in that situation. Often, when ...

Since the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum honored the Statler Brothers, we also share this moment by honoring them too. The best way to pay tribute to them is to feature one of their greatest songs of all time ...

Jimmy Fortune, who used to be with the legendary country quartet vocal group The Statler Brothers, is celebrating his 64th birthday today! Photo credit: Jimmy Fortune Official Facebook Page Born in Staunton, Virginia, Fortune started singing when he was in ...

Most of the time when a song includes a name as the title, we wonder who that person may be. We think that this person may have affected the songwriter’s life. Also, it could be that the songwriter fell in ...

“Flowers on the Wall” by The Statler Brothers The Statler Brothers‘ “Flowers on the Wall” was their most successful and signature song. Even though they have scored other singles on top of the chart, people remember this song to be their ...

At the end of our journey, we all would like to meet Jesus. We won’t know when and how, simply because our faith doesn’t lie on our hands. Nevertheless, someday we will meet him somewhere. Somewhere that we can feel ...

There is more to being patriotic than meets the eye. In fact, there have been a lot of patriotic songs that have been released, but only a few gave the same power as “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.” Moreover, ...

“How Great Thou Art” “How Great Thou Art” is one of the popular hymns written in 1885. Carl Boberg, a Swedish man, composed the hymn. There were different versions of how Boberg was inspired to write the song. But the ...

The Statler Brothers | Photo credit: listen.tidal.com A song considered to be a socially-conscious tune was “Bed of Rose’s.” Those who have been around during the early ‘70s are certainly familiar with the song. It was an American vocal group ...

Ford & Cash at their best Cash opened with a brief word of his childhood memories listening to gospel songs. Among his early exposures were the singing done by his mama, his brother, and Tennessee Ernie Ford. Ford stood next ...

The Statler Brothers | photo credit: musixmatch.com As we’ve discussed in a previous article, the place called Mt. Calvary does not only refer to that area where Jesus was crucified. But, it’s more than that. The place is sacred and ...