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Kids Say the Darndest Things

Tammy Wynette recorded the hit, “Stand by Your Man,” in 1968, a song with parallels to her tumultuous marriage to country legend George Jones.  The pair recorded many songs together, even after the marriage ended, and Wynette was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1998.  11 more words


Mark Billingham & My Darling Clementine. The Other Half. Hachette Audio.

On their two albums as My Darling Clementine Michael Weston King and Lou Dalgleish have celebrated the country tradition of singing songs about ordinary people and their day-to-day trials and tribulations, wrecked romances, succour in a glass of booze, trying to retain a dignity in the face of ongoing emotional blows. 631 more words


Must Own Albums: Country Classics

Johnny Cash – At Folsom Prison

Following the success of his hit song “Folsom Prison Blues” and the numerous letters he had received from inmates, Cash had aspired to record a concert at a prison. 420 more words


Album Review: Shelby Lynne - 'Restless'

Shelby Lynne parted ways with Epic after three albums, all of which underperformed commercially, citing a lack of creative control as one of the reasons for her departure. 465 more words

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WATCH: Kellie Pickler's Grand Ole Opry Performance of this Country Classic

Nashville, TN – Kellie Pickler’s Grand Ole Opry performs a “spot-on” rendition of the Tammy Wynette classic “Stand By Your Man.”


Let's Get, Let's Get, Tammy Wynette... a birthday present. The story of Tammy Wynette's abduction and a Punk Rock classic

What a coincidence that it’s Tammy Wynette’s birthday, and I grabbed a copy of her autobiography, Stand By Your Man, for $1 today. Released hot on the heels of her puzzling 1978 abduction, a quick skimming of the book leaves me believing that other than a picture of her bruised face, there is no mention of the incident. 93 more words