Early Life of Claude King Singer, songwriter and actor, Claude King became best known by his biggest hit “Wolverton Mountain.” King was born in Keithville located in Southern Caddo Parish North Louisiana. At an early age, King has expressed interest ...

A Career to Remember Clarence Albert Poindexter, also known as Al Dexter, was born in Jacksonville, Texas. In 1930, he owned a bar and was the first few artists that pioneered the honky-tonk style of country music. ARC Records gave ...

Jimmie Rodger’s Version In old times, prison songs are commonly written and performed by artists. One song is known to be recorded numerous times by notable names in country and western music. “In the Jailhouse Now” was a song that ...

Briefly, “The Help” is a novel by Kathryn Stockett and published in 2009. It aimed to highlight what’s life like from the Afro-American maids’ perspective in the 60s. Soon, Stockett’s novel was adapted into a film and became a box ...

Webb Pierce Photo Credit: http://kxrb.com Holding on to the past will do us no good, rather it will only prevent us from living our life. The past should always be left behind because if you carry it with you especially ...

Webb Pierce/Photo credit: tidal.com An American novelty blues song that first dominated the airwaves in the early 1920’s is “In the Jailhouse Now.” The song was credited to no other than “The Father of Country Music” Jimmie Rodgers. Nearly two decades later, American honky ...