In 1965, “Once A Day” by American Country artist, Connie Smith made its way to the top of the US Country Music Chart. This broke the boundaries for female country artists as it was the first debut single by any ...

Though dubbed as the “First Lady of Rockabilly” or “Queen of Rockabilly,” Wanda Lavonne Jackson’s influence and contribution to Country music’s history could not be understated. Born and raised in the little town of Maud, Oklahoma, nineteen-year-old Wanda quickly blazed ...

Wanda Jackson is known to many as the “Queen of Rockabilly. And, she lives up to that name, even at age 80! She cites that her influences are primarily country, folk, jazz, and blues. One of her greatest hits is ...

Country Thang Daily brings you five hottest topics in country music that became the headlines of most media sites this week. Check them out below. 1. Rising Country Singer Justin Carter Killed in Accidental Shooting Justin Carter, a rising country ...

The queen of rockabilly Wanda Jackson has announced her retirement from performing and has canceled her scheduled concerts. There was no elaboration on the reason for her retirement apart from citing ‘health and safety.’ Photo credit: Wanda Jackson/Official Facebook Page ...

The Queen of Rockabilly Wanda Jackson is known to many as the “Queen of Rockabilly” – and she lives up to that name, even at age 80! She cites that her influences are primarily country, folk, jazz, and blues. Her ...

Don Gibson and Conway Twitty | Country Thang Daily Archives Written by good friends, Bill Anderson and Buddy Killen, “I May Never Get to Heaven” was originally recorded by Don Gibson in 1960. Anderson came up with the song because of ...

Burl Ives / Los Angeles Times When someone you love suddenly walks out the door and says he/she is leaving for good, all you can ever do is to shed “A Little Bitty Tear.” Even a clown cannot hide the ...

Elvis Presley and Wanda Jackson (image from Youtube) Before Elvis Presley became the “King of Rock ‘n Roll” and Wanda Jackson the “Queen of Rockabilly,” the two icons were an item back in 1955. The two met in one of ...

I cried help, help me Jesus I’m lost and I can’t see In the middle of the night, Please turn on the light. Wanda Jackson has released a hymn that was not popular. But, when I came across this song ...

“Right or Wrong” or “Right or Wrong (I’ll Be with You)” is a song by Wanda Jackson. The American country, rock, and Christian music artist herself wrote and recorded the said track. Originally, the song was the most important country ...

Wanda Jackson was known as the “Queen of Rockabilly” or the “First Lady of Rock ‘n’ Roll” not only succeeded in the field of rock ‘n’ roll music. Jackson moves from rock ‘n’ roll to mainstream country songs when rockabilly ...

Hank Cochran, an American country songwriter, was the genius behind the song “A Little Bitty Tear”. The first to make a cover of it was American recording artist, Burl Ives. Ever since, several others recorded it including Wanda Jackson, Bing Crosby, Chet Atkins, and ...

Six decades had passed but the upbeat songs and high energy performances of rock and country legend Wanda Jackson that drove audience members to party like there’s no tomorrow.  “I feel like it’s my job to see that people have ...