In 1994, Joe Diffie was on a roll. He was riding the wave of Prop me Up Beside The Jukebox and kept going with songs like Third Rock From The Sun and Pickup Man. But as all things do, the fun came to an end. In 2002, he had his last
I will never forget when I first heard "Wildfire" by Michael Martin Murphey. It was the summer of 1975, and I was playing out in front of my Grandmother's house in Connecticut. The first strains of the piano started and I stopped cold
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Patsy Cline. I will never forget hearing I Fall To Pieces on the radio for the first time.I was pretty young and I couldn't believe the rich, expressive voice I was hearing
Mindy McCready was a talent to be reckoned with when she arrived in Nashville at age 18. She had graduated high school early, at age 16, she was talented and determined. What happened from there was anything but a happy ending
Phil Vassar has a had, literally, a roller coaster ride of a career in Country Music. In the late '90 he flew out of the gate as a songwriter, giving Jo Dee Messina the perfect song, "Bye Bye" to be her first number 1 hit
Collin Raye had a solid beginning in music, playing with family in the band "The Wrays". In 1990, he scored a record deal and released his debut "All I Can Be". It did well, but the followup "Love Me" was a huge success
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