Orange Blossom Special (song)
The fiddle tune "Orange Blossom Special," about the passenger train of the same name, was written by Ervin T. Rouse (1917–1981) in 1938. The original recording was created by Ervin and Gordon Rouse in...
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Zebra (song)
"Zebra" is the first single released from the John Butler Trio's album Sunrise Over Sea. Featuring the Sunrise lineup of John Butler on guitar/vocals, Shannon Birchall on double bass and Nicky Bomba o...
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Tiny Broken Heart
Tiny Broken Heart is a song written by, Charlie Louvin, and Ira Louvin. Writing credit is shared by the musician, 'Smilin' Eddie Hill' who brought the song (among others) to Fred Rose and added his ow...
I Still Miss Someone
"I Still Miss Someone" is a song written and originally recorded by American country music singer Johnny Cash. He first recorded it in 1958 as the b-side to "Don't Take Your Guns to Town".
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Love's Gonna Get You Someday
"Love's Gonna Get You Someday" is a song written by Carl Chambers, and recorded by American country music artist Ricky Skaggs. It was released in September 1986 as the first single from his album Lov...
When You Come Back Down
"When You Come Back Down" was the debut single by progressive bluegrass band Nickel Creek from their self titled debut album. The song is a cover of the bluegrass musician Tim O'Brien's original versi...
Molly and Tenbrooks
"Molly and Tenbrooks," also known as "The Racehorse Song," is a traditional song of the late 19th century. One of the first recordings of the song was the Carver Boys' 1929 version called "Tim Brook."...
Better Than
"Better Than" is a song by John Butler Trio from their fourth studio album, Grand National. Produced by John Butler and Mario Caldato Jr., it was released in the United States on 20 February 2007 as a...
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Kentucky Waltz
"Kentucky Waltz" is a 1946 song written and performed by Bill Monroe. The song became Bill Monroe's most successful release on the Country & Western charts peaking at number three.
Funky Tonight
"Funky Tonight" is the first single by the John Butler Trio from their fourth studio album, Grand National. It was released in December, 2006, on Jarrah Records. The song blends funk, roots, blues, a...
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Song of the South (song)
"Song of the South" is a song written by Bob McDill. First recorded by American country music artist Bobby Bare on his 1980 album Drunk & Crazy, a version by Johnny Russell reached number 57 on t...
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Bill Monroe discography
The discography for the American bluegrass musician Bill Monroe includes a selection of compilation albums. No duplicates are listed.
Angel Band (song)
"Angel Band" is an American gospel music song. The lyrics — a poem written in common metre — were originally titled "My Latest Sun Is Sinking Fast," and were written by Jefferson Hascall (sometimes ...
John Henry (folklore)
John Henry is an African-American folk hero and tall tale. He is said to have worked as a "steel-driving man"—a man tasked with hammering a steel drill into rock to make holes for explosives to...
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Cotton Fields
"Cotton Fields" is a song written by blues musician Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Lead Belly, who made the first recording of the song in 1940.
Recorded by Lead Belly in 1940, "Cotton Fields" ...
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Yew Piney Mountain
Yew Piney Mountain is part of the canonical Appalachian music tradition which has been highly influential in American fiddle tradition generally, including its old time fiddle and bluegrass fiddle bra...
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Blue Moon of Kentucky
"Blue Moon of Kentucky" is a waltz written in 1946 by bluegrass musician Bill Monroe and recorded by his band, The Blue Grass Boys. The song has since been recorded by many artists, including Elvis Pr...
Let It Be You
"Let It Be You" is a song written by Kevin Welch and Harry Stinson, and recorded by American country music artist Ricky Skaggs. It was released in July 1989 as the second single from the album Kentuc...