40 years ago today, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn topped the charts with Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man. Watch them sing it together:
ACM Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan debuted his brand new single, “That’s My Kinda Night” to radio stations across the country earlier this week. The song, which officially goes to radio on August 5, is the second single from his forthcoming Crash My Party album (in stores 8/13). The up-tempo track, that gives a shout-out to “T-Pain” and “Conway Twitty,” […]
40 years ago today, Conway Twitty’s You’ve Never Been This Far Before was released. Watch Conway Sing The Song On Hee Haw:
Shortly after Conway Twitty passed away in 1993, George Jones paid tribute to his fellow legend by singing Hello Darlin’ The performance will send chills down your spine:
Today in 1980, the legendary Conway Twitty topped the charts with I’d Love To Lay You Down Watch him perform it live. It’s a classic!
Photo Credit: Brian Tipton Country Music Hall of Fame member Gordon Stoker, who recorded numerous hits with Elvis Presley as a member of the Jordanaires, died Wednesday (March 27) at his Nashville-area home following a lengthy illness. He was 88. Stoker and other members of the vocal group also performed on classic recordings such as […]
Jason Aldean – Broken Bow Records. Today, the Academy of Country Music is announcing the winners of awards that will not be televised during the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, due to time constraints. The ceremony will be telecast LIVE from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 7, […]
Top o’ the mornin’ & Happy St. Patrick’s Day y’all! Let’s start the day off right by listening to the legendary Conway Twitty sing Danny Boy
Country Music Nation would like to wish y’all a Happy Valentine’s Day! Our hope is that you get to spend this day with someone special. Let’s celebrate with some of the greatest Country love songs ever. Don’t worry – we’ll dim the lights and clear the dance floor for ya. I Will Always […]
On this day in 1969, the legendary Conway Twitty recorded the classic Hello Darlin Watch him perform the song live.
On this day in 1968, the legendary Conway Twitty scored his first #1 Country hit - Next In Line. Take a listen in the video below:
The late Conway Twitty was born Harold Jenkins on this day in 1933 in Friars Point, MS. To celebrate his birthday, here’s an awesome video of Conway Twitty singing Hello Darlin’ to Loretta Lynn live. Enjoy! Video Credit: NotGeneWatsonSongs on YouTube -via TodaysCMVideos
On this day in 1933, a baby boy named Harold Jenkins was born. He would become known as the legendary Conway Twitty. His original musical success came in Rock N’ Roll but he transitioned to Country music in the 1960′s and would score 40 #1 hits. He may have left us too soon but his […]