What was the biggest Country Hit 50 years ago? Four years before the CMA would host its first ever awards show, Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, and Bill Anderson were sitting at No. 1 on the Billboard country charts with some of country music's biggest hits.
It’s time to rewind the clock and remember what was at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Charts this week (August 2, 2013) in Country Music History. 50 Years Ago-1963 Ring Of Fire- Johnny Cash (co-written by June Carter) 40 Years Ago-1973 You Were Always There- Donna Fargo 30 Years Ago- 1983 I Always Get Lu…
There's no better time for a salute to Johnny Cash than now! The recent opening of the Johnny Cash Museum in downtown Nashville and the unveiling of the Johnny Cash postage stamp from the United States Post Office, reminds us that the Man in Black is still, and will always, be relevant.
I recently attended the Million Dollar Quartet at Proctor's Theater in Schenectady, New York. The show was everything I expected: great music, good stories, and a nostalgic journey to the early days of the music business.