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Jenkins was talented enough to be offered a contract by the Philadelphia Phillies, but he was unable to join the team, since he was drafted into the Army during the Korean War.
While he was serving in the Far East, he sang with a country band called the Cimarrons.
It's easily one of the best songs of the year and Pearce is easily one of the best new female artists in the game.
Last summer, Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris not-so-quietly ended their 15-month-long relationship.
During his lifetime, Conway Twitty had more #1 records than any country artist had then achieved, his stardom having endured through five decades of changing musical fashions.
He was also one of country music’s diverse stylists and a major songwriting talents: Eleven of his #1 hits were self-penned.Leaving Sun in late 1956, he set out on a rockabilly package tour, during which he invented the stage name of Conway Twitty by combining the names of an Arkansas and Texas city, respectively.At the beginning of 1957, he signed to Mercury Records, where he released a handful of singles that didn't make much of an impact, though " I Need Your Lovin'" scraped the very bottom of the pop charts."I loved Conway as a friend, and my husband loved him.Conway was really the only one in the music business that Doo gave a dag-gone for," Lynn said.Admittedly, I didn't really know what Usher's "Nice & Slow" was really about when it came out in 1998.