“B.J. the D.J.” is a song written by Hugh X. Lewis, and made famous by country music star Stonewall Jackson. Released in November 1963, “B.J. the D.J.” was Jackson’s second and final No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in February 1964; the song had a 22-week run in the chart’s top 40.
“B.J. the D.J.” is a youth tragedy song (a genre near the end of its popularity at the time), the tale of a hard-living young disc jockey from “down near the Georgia Line” who is established as a friend of the singer.
From the album I Love a Song
Released November 1963
Songwriter(s) Hugh X. Lewis