Red Sovine - Discography (28 Albums) MP3/Flac

Red Sovine - Discography (28 Albums)
Labells : Decca, MGM Records, RCA,
Red Sovine
Real Name:
Woodrow Wilson "Red" Sovine
Country music singer born on 17 July, 1917, in Charleston, West Virginia.
On 4 April, 1980, he died after he suffered a heart attack while driving his van in the city of Nashville, Tennessee, which caused him to crash.

Red Sovine - Discography (28 Albums)
Country, Truck-Driving Music

Woodrow Wilson "Red" Sovine (July 17, 1918 — April 4, 1980) was a country music singer. He was associated with truck driving songs, particularly those recited as narratives, but set to music. The most famous example of this is his 1976 number one hit "Teddy Bear". Born in 1918 in Charleston, West Virginia, he was taught how to play guitar by his mother. His first venture into music was with his childhood friend Johnnie Bailes, with whom he performed as "Smiley and Red, the Singing Sailors" in the country music revue Jim Pike's Carolina Tar Heels on WWVA in Wheeling, West Virginia[citation needed]. Faced with limited success, Bailes left to perform as part of The Bailes Brothers. Sovine got married, and continued to sing on Charleston radio, while holding down a job as a supervisor of a hosiery factory.[citation needed] With the encouragement of Bailes, Sovine formed The Echo Valley Boys. After a year of performing in West Virginia, Sovine moved to Shreveport, Louisiana, where the Bailes Brothers were performing on KWKH. Sovine's own early morning show wasn't very popular, but he gained greater exposure performing on the famed KWKH radio program, "The Louisiana Hayride". One of his co-stars was Hank Williams, who steered Sovine toward a better time slot at WFSA in Montgomery, Alabama, and toward a contract with MGM Records in 1949. In that same year, Red replaced Williams on Louisiana Hayride when Williams jumped to the Grand Ole Opry. Over the next four years he recorded 28 singles, mostly following in Williams' honky tonk footsteps, that didn't make much of a dent on the charts but did establish him as a solid performer. For more information, See:

CD List:
1956 - Red Sovine - Red Sovine
1961 - Red Sovine - The One And Only
1962 - Red Sovine - The Golden Country Ballads Of The 60's
1965 - Red Sovine - Town & Country Action
1967 - Red Sovine - I Didn't Jump The Fence
1967 - Red Sovine - The Nashville Sound Of Red Sovine
1968 - Red Sovine - Anytime
1968 - Red Sovine - Tell Maude I Slipped
1969 - Red Sovine - Closing Time Til Dawn
1969 - Red Sovine - Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town
1972 - Red Sovine - The Greatest Grand Ole Opry
1976 - Red Sovine - Teddy Bear
1977 - Red Sovine - Woodrow Wilson Sovine
1978 - Red Sovine - Christmas With Red Sovine
1978 - Red Sovine - Little Rosa (Bulldog Records)
1989 - Red Sovine - Cryin' In The Chapel
1994 - Red Sovine - Giddy-Up-Go
1994 - Red Sovine - Gone But Not Forgotten
1996 - Red Sovine - Satisfied Mind
1996 - Red Sovine - The Best Of The Trucks
1998 - Red Sovine - Country Ballads & Western Swing 1942-1952
2000 - Red Sovine - 16 Gospel Super Hits
2002 - Red Sovine - 20 All-Time Greatest Hits
2002 - Red Sovine - Pledge Of Allegiance And Other Classic Narrations
2003 - Red Sovine & Porter Wagoner - Two Golden Voices Of Recitations
2005 - Red Sovine - Greatest Hits
2005 - Red Sovine - Honky Tonks, Truckers And Tears
2007 - Red Sovine - A Hard Road To Travel (26 Early Recordings)

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