Remembering Johnny Cash – Feb. 26, 1932 – Sept. 12, 2003 by Kaye Spencer #johnnycash #countrymusic #classiccountry

Let’s start a movement and declare February 26th as National Johnny Cash Day. Everyone wears black and speaks in lyrics from his songs.    

Are your walls closing in? Music in the time of Covid by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #classiccountry #humor

On January 7, 1961, country music singer Faron Young recorded the Willie Nelson-written song Hello Walls. The song reached No. 1 on Billboard Hot Country

Country Music Memory Lane – The Three Bells by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #classiccountrymusic

Here is my August article that posted on the Western Fictioneers’ blog last Monday. Coming up sixty-one years ago (August 31, 1959) a musical family known

Country Music Memory – 1949 and 1985 by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #classiccountry #cowboysongs

My article for May on the Western Fictioneers’ blog is about an iconic cowboy song that I incorporated the basic story (not the lyrics) into

Classic Songs Sunday by Kaye Spencer –Jim Reeves, Faron Young, Statler Brothers #classicsongssunday #classiccountry #stayathome# QuarantineandChill

This week’s Classic Songs Sunday is for everyone sheltering-in-place or quarantined. I’ve chosen three classic country songs that are applicable to anyone feeling as if

52 years ago today in country music by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #countrymusic

52 years ago today, country music artist Merle Haggard had his third No. 1 hit with Sing Me Back Home. Stop by the Western Fictioneers’

A small tribute to country music legend Merle Haggard by Kaye Spencer #classiccountry #countrymusic #westernfictioneers

April 6, 1937 and April 6, 2016 are significant dates for those of us whose country music roots are in what I call ‘classic country’…

Kaye Spencer’s Sing Me A Classic Song Sunday – Janis Joplin and Tammy Wynette & George Jones #singmeasong #classiccountry #classicpop

On the first Sunday of the month, I share two songs with similar themes (music videos and/or audio version below). The comparison for July 1st

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