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#5 Jimmie Rodgers – Standing on the Corner (Blue Yodel #9)

"Blue Yodel #9" (also called "Standing on the Corner" from the opening line) is a blues/country song by Jimmie Rodgers and is the ninth of his "Blue Yodels". Rodgers recorded the song on July 16, 1930 in Los Angeles...

Hank Williams Jr – Tear In My Beer 1989

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#4 Rex Allen – Streets of Laredo

This song, “Cowboy’s Lament,” had its origins in Ireland in the early 1800’s in a song called “The Unfortunate Rake.” When it made its way to the Western US, the theme, lyrics and title changed to “Cowboy’s Lament” or...

#4 George Jones – He Stopped Loving Her Today

"He Stopped Loving Her Today" is a song recorded by American country music artist George Jones. It has been named in several surveys as the greatest country song of all time. It was released in April 1980 as the...

Hank Williams – I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry

According to Colin Escott's 2004 book Hank Williams: A Biography, Williams was inspired to write the song when he found it on a schedule of upcoming MGM releases. The song was recorded on August 30, 1949, at Herzog Studio...

#3 Bob Nolan – Cool Water

Bob Nolan wrote the Western classic, “Cool Water” as a poem when he was a high school student in Tucson, AZ. In spite of the title, the song is not about water; it’s about the absence of water, a...

Johnny Paycheck On TNN New Country 1987

Johnny Paycheck (born Donald Eugene Lytle; May 31, 1938 – February 19, 2003)was an American country music singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and Grand Ole Opry member notable for recording the David Allan Coe song "Take This Job and Shove It". He...

Buck Owens Ranch Show #1

The Buck Owens Ranch Show was a nationally syndicated half-hour TV series that ran from 1966-1972. Four times a year Buck and the Buckaroos would travel to Oklahoma City's WKY-TV studios to film a dozen or more shows that...

#2 Patsy Cline – Crazy

Patsy Cline she picked it as a follow-up to her previous big hit "I Fall to Pieces". "Crazy", its complex melody suiting Cline's vocal talent perfectly, was released in late 1961, immediately became another huge hit for Cline and...

Johnny Cash – I Walk the Line

It became Cash's first number one hit on the Billboard charts. It reached number 17 on the US pop charts. It remained on the record charts for over 43 weeks, and sold over 2 million copies B-side "Get Rhythm" Released May...

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