The track was Webb Pierce’s most commercially successful pop single, crossing over to the adult contemporary genre and reaching a peak of number 22. The C&W Best Seller rankings’ eighth-highest position was reached by the B-side of “More and More,” ...

In the 1950s and 1960s, Webb Pierce dominated country music, tallying more No. 1 hits than similar country legends like Hank Williams. His twangy tenor and loud, nasal, high-pitched delivery even influenced a generation of country artists such as Mel ...

With his aggressive honky-tonk sound, Webb Pierce songs were a hit right out of the box. Pierce, who was a former salesman moonlighting from time to time to sing country music, had an amazing ear for picking out good tunes. ...

In 1991, the world mourned for the loss of one of the greatest stars during the country music’s honky-tonk heyday – and that’s no other than the flamboyant singer, Webb Pierce.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by ...

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: 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 ...

www.youtube.com It is not uncommon to hear songs about sad breakups where the person involved ends up drinking. It has been a usual practice of some to drown the pain they are feeling by drinking alcohol. They like that it ...

Florida Georgia Line/Youtube Prior to them, plenty of country music artists have been around singing love songs. However, Florida Georgia Line consisting of duo Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard took the industry by storm with their 2012 release, “Cruise.”  Having a ...