God Is My Santa Claus. Gonna Find My A Bluebird. Goodnight Little Buckeroo. Green Green Grass Of Home. Green Green Green. Gypsy Feet. Handcuffed To Love. Heartbreak Trail. Heartsick And Lonely. Hello Love. His Hands. His Message Home. Hobo Bill's Last Ride. Hobo's Meditation. Home Call. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship.
How She Could Yodel? Hula Love. I Am Moving In. I Am Moving On. I Am Sorry We Met. I Can't Control My Heart. I Care No More. I Don't Hurt Anymore. I Have Been Everywhere. I Have Cried A Mile. I Have Forgotten You. I Heard That Lonesome Whistle. I Love You Because.
I Love You Nellie. I Really Don't Wanna Know. I Saw A Man. I Threw Away The Rose. I Went To Your Wedding. I'll Go On Alone. In An Old Dutch Garden. In The Misty Moonlight. It Is Over Over Nothing. It Just Happened That Way. It Takes Too Long. Jamaica Farewell. Journey My Baby Back Home. Just Across The Bridge. Just Biding My Time. Just Keep A—moving. Just One Of A Kind. Just Waiting For You. Lady's Man.
Last Mile Of The Way. Last Thing On My Mind. Legend In My Time. Let's Pretend. Like A Bird. Lili Marlene. Linda Lou. Little Stranger. Lonesome 7— Lord's Way Of Saying Goodnight. Love's Game Of Let's Pretend. Mama Tried. Mansion On The Hill. Maria Elena. Marriage And Divorce. Mary Ann Regrets. Me And Bobby Mcgee. Melba From Mebourne. Miami Snow.
Miller's Cave. Million And One. Mississippi Blues. Moaning For You. Mocking Bird Hill. Music Making Mama From Memphis. My Arabian Baby. My Arms Are A House. My Filipino Rose. My Good Gal's Beggar To A King - Hank Snow - Country Music Hall Of Fame (Vinyl. My Happiness. My Nova Scotia Home. My Rough And Rowdy Ways. My Texas Blue Bonnet Queen.
My Two Timing Woman. Never No Mo' Blues. No Golden Tomorrow Ahead. No Longer A Prisoner. No One Will Ever Know. Nobody Knows But Me. Nobody's Child. North To Chicago. Now Is The Hour. Similarly, his debut appearance at the Grand Ole Opry in January was not well-received, prompting him to consider moving back to Canada.
However, those ideas were soon abandoned when his breakthrough arrived in the summer of That July, "I'm Moving On" began its remarkable ascent up the charts, eventually landing at number one and staying there for a full 21 weeks. In the year after the release of "I'm Moving On," "The Golden Rocket" and "The Rhumba Boogie" both hit number one the latter staying there for eight weeksestablishing Snow as a genuine star.
Between and the end ofSnow had a remarkable 24 Top Ten hits, including the massive hit single "I Don't Hurt Anymore," which spent 20 weeks at number one in Snow not only played his trademark traveling songs, but also country boogie, Hawaiian music, rhumbas, and cowboys songs. By the middle of the decade, he was a star not only in the United States and Canada, but throughout the world, gaining a particularly strong following over the years in the United Kingdom.
AroundSnow formed a booking agency with Colonel Tom Parkerwho would later become infamous for being Elvis Presley 's manager. Indeed, Snow played a formative role in Presley 's early career, convincing the Grand Ole Opry to give the singer a chance in Though Elvis ' appearance at the Opry was ill-received, Snow continued to push Presley to move toward country, Beggar To A King - Hank Snow - Country Music Hall Of Fame (Vinyl, and Hank was quite upset when Parker took complete control of Elvis ' management around Though he was experimenting with the new genre, he hadn't abandoned country and he continued to regularly chart in the country Top Ten until with hits like "Big Wheels" number seven,"Miller's Cave" number Beggar To A King - Hank Snow - Country Music Hall Of Fame (Vinyl,"Beggar to a King" number five,"I've Been Everywhere" number one,and "Ninety Miles an Hour Down LP) Dead End Street " number two, During the latter half of the '60s, Snow 's career slowed down considerably, as he wasn't able to make the transition to the new, heavily orchestrated country-pop sounds, nor was he able to keep pace with the twangy roll of Bakersfield.
Instead, his singles placed in the lower reaches of the charts, while his concerts and Grand Ole Opry appearances continued to be quite popular.
It wasn't until that another monster hit arrived in the form of "Hello Love," which unexpectedly climbed to number one. Instead of sparking a revival, "Hello Love" proved to be a last gasp; between its release in andSnow had only two other Top 40 hits, which both arrived the same year as "Hello Love. InSnow 's recording career ended when RCA dropped him after a year relationship.
Snow was very upset with the label's treatment of him, as well as the direction that country music was taking, claiming that "80 percent of today's country music is a joke and not fit to listen to. Though he never recorded again, Snow remained active in LP) Grand Ole Opry into the '90s, and he spent a lot of time working for his Foundation for Child Abuse.
In the late '80s, Bear Family began a lengthy retrospective of several multidisc box sets that chronicled his entire recording career. Late the following year, he was stricken with a respiratory illness, yet he recovered inreturning to the Grand Ole Opry in August of that year.
Snow died December 20,at the age of Whispering Rain by Hank Snow. Chasin' a Rainbow by Hank Snow. Doggone That Train by Hank Snow.
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