Trouble and honey. This was the essence of Patsy Cline, as summed up by the singer herself. Really more honey than trouble, she was a feisty country persona with a soprano that dripped romance. Her place in the country music echelon has the glow of legend, perhaps due in part to an early death that s
Bill Monroe was born in 1911 in Rosine, Kentucky, the youngest of eight children who worked their family's 655-acre farm and helped with mining and timber operations. His family was also musical: his mother sang and played harmonica, button accordian, and fiddle; his brother Charlie played the guitar
They say that if you play a country record backwards the singer will get a job, get married, find his dog, and quit drinking. The man who perfected the expression of intense, personal emotions and drama in country music is the inimitable Hank Williams, arguably the most influential figure in the hist
Paul Lavon Davis (April 21, 1948 – April 22, 2008) was an American singer, best known for his radio hits and solo career which started worldwide in 1970. His career encompassed soul, country and pop music, and he wrote many memorable country music hits.