Dubbed as “The Storyteller” of country music, Tom T. Hall undeniably established not just a successful career but a well-distinguished one. You can hear a song, and you’d know without a doubt that it’s Tom T. Hall’s. Alongside his contemporaries ...

Bestowed with the singular honorific as “The Storyteller” of country music, Tom T. Hall’s songwriting captured the intimate details of life with so much depth and sensitivity. Not to mention bringing a new level of pungent wit to his songs ...

It’s amazing how listening to Tom T. Hall songs was almost the same as listening to a story told by a friend you bumped into on the corner. They’re easygoing, unassuming, and have essentially captured life’s intimate details. So, it ...

Many can write, but only a few can tell a story with pungent wit, sensitivity, and depth, like Tom T. Hall. The famed storyteller of country music and one of the genre’s leading figures during the ‘70s passed away at ...

"A Week in a Country Jail" is absolutely one of Tom T. Hall's biggest hits.The song was released in 1969 as the third and final single off his studio album Homecoming. It quickly reached No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard ...

In 1972, Tom T. Hall released the song “Old Dogs, Children And Watermelon Wine” as the second and final single album, The Storyteller. It went on becoming Hall’s third No. 1 on the U.S. country singles chart and even earned ...

Tom T. Hall is not just your ordinary songwriter and singer. He brings to life every story he gets to encounter. That’s why every song he wrote for himself or for other artists are precious. It’s worth listening to because ...

“Harper Valley PTA” became Jeannie C. Riley‘s most well-known single in her entire career. It pushed her into the spotlight and earned her her first number one song on the country and pop chart. However, it wasn’t only Riley who ...

A great story always comes out of one’s experience in life. Tom T. Hall is no stranger to writing amazing stories that are turned into a song. Take a look at his hit single “Harper Valley PTA,” it was a ...

In September 1968, country music singer Jeannie C. Riley made history when she claimed both the country and pop music charts’ No. 1 spot. Thanks to her spirited rendition of Tom T. Hall’s “Harper Valley P.T.A.,” she became the first ...

“A Bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t.” – Charles Spurgeon What does your bible look like? A worn out bible is a sign of a fresh heart. pic.twitter.com/OR0SqoVSka — Living Christian (@livechristian1) June 3, 2016 Living ...

Tom T. Hall Photo Credit: https://www.youtube.com Tom T. Hall is not only a musician, he is also a true poet with his words when composing or writing songs. The songs he wrote were stories he known or heard about, and ...

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. ...

The Amazing Start of Johnny’s Career The story of Johnny Rodriguez‘s career started with a lucky break. It is one of the most amazing tales in the country music industry.  At the early age of 17, together with friends at a ...

When Jeannie C. Riley moved from Texas to Nashville, she became a prime example of the old adage about being in the right place at the right time. She performed demos for companies in Nashville. Her office skills weren’t that ...

Tom T. Hall | Photo credit: imgflip.com The Storyteller in country music, Tom T. Hall wrote a song about beer in 1975. He called the tune “I Like Beer.” Through this straightforward narrative, the singer-songwriter advocates the qualities of the drink while entertaining the ...

Tom T. Hall | Photo credit: genius.com A poet, musician, instrumentalist, and novelist all rolled into one is Tom T. Hall. He was known to fans as “The Storyteller” and he became prominent for it through the songs that he wrote. A ...

The Question On Billboard Magazine’s issue dated December 7, 1974, a story titled “What Is Country Music? Chart Reflect Confusion.” The article pointed to a division among country radio programmers about how to deal with the influx of artists from ...

“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 ...

Tom T. Hall would be remembered as the Mark Twain of country music. His compositions may appear different at first glance, but they are actually built in layers, with each piece of fabric slowly revealing Hall’s own life experiences. The ...

Tom T. Hall tells a story of his own experience at the 1972 Democratic National Convention, where he had a conversation with an old porter (janitor) at a Miami Beach hotel. The porter appraises his own life by concluding that ...