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Honky Tonk Masquerade is the second album by country singer-songwriter Joe Ely, released in 1978. Ely's second album has been highly regarded by critics around the world. It was included in the 2005 book, 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. Writer Steve Pond places the album at number 40 on Rolling Stone's list of "50 Essential Albums of the 70s", calling it "the decade's most sure-footed country-rock collaboration"
Savage Rock& Raw Rockabilly Trio. Irina Mirja Fotowelt added 64 new photos from December 2018 to the album The Honky Tonk Pounders 2. 2. 18 - with Marco Marquardt at Vortex Surfer Musikclub. December 2018 ·. · Rock´n´Roll und Rockaabilly. Pounders in Vortex Surfer Musikclub bei The Honky Tonk Pounders + Jungletones - Rock arround the Xmas am 2. 18 mit Richard Wroblewski, Kat Zänker, Andrea Jansen, Ira Fatina, Phil Bade, The Honky.
The Kentucky Headhunters released it on the album Big Boss Man in 2005. It was covered by Morgan Davis, Del Shannon, Bourkenback Boys, The Rimshots and other artists. Honky Tonk Blues written by Hank Williams English. Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys. First recording on December 11, 1951 First release. Bob Sandy and His International Cowboys. Tommy Steele and The Steelmen. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.
Some of the best honky-tonk songs were made famous by country music royalty. Merle Haggard sang about his own honky-tonk, where he took up residence after a broken relationship in Swinging Doors. All he needed was a bar stool, a jukebox, a flashing neon sign, and those swinging doors. Other good honky-tonk songs on this list include classics from Loretta Lynn ( Honky Tonk Girl ), Willie Nelson ( If You’ve Got the Money ) and several from Hank Williams, S. including There’s a Tear in My Beer. Hank could’ve been sitting on the bar stool right next to Merle when he wrote it – figuratively,.
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Wayne Farris (born January 25, 1953) better known by the ring name The Honky Tonk Man, is an American professional wrestler. He previously wrestled for World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE). He is best known for his first run with WWF, where he held the WWF Intercontinental Championship for a record 64 weeks, and lost it to The Ultimate Warrior at the 1988 SummerSlam.
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