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New Lyrics Possibly Written By Conway Twitty Discovered

A possible four previously unrecorded songs by Conway Twitty have been discovered in remnants of an estate sale.

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Country Singers We Lost Too Soon [PICTURES]

A photo gallery of country artists who died too young.

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45 Years Ago: Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty’s ‘After the Fire Is Gone’ Goes to No. 1

On April 3, 1971, Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty's debut single, "After the Fire Is Gone," landed at the top of the charts.

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Top 10 Country Songs About Rain

April showers bring May flowers ... and some really good country songs about rain.

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Watch Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Sing Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty’s ‘After the Fire Is Gone’

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood sing a snippet of Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty's "After the Fire Is Gone" in a new documentary about Lynn's life and career.

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47 Years Ago: Conway Twitty Earns First No. 1 Country Hit With ‘Next in Line’

Forty-seven years ago today (Nov. 2, 1968) was a day of celebration for Conway Twitty. It was on this day that the singer earned his first of many No. 1 hits on the country charts, with his song "Next in Line," which was the title track of his fifth studio album released on Decca Records.

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Scotty McCreery Pays Tribute to Conway Twitty at the Grand Ole Opry With ‘Hello Darlin” Cover [WATCH]

Scotty McCreery proved on American Idol that he can really sing -- and he showed off his exceptional talent at the Grand Ole Opry with a cover of "Hello Darlin'" by the legendary Conway Twitty.

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Toby Keith Radio Popularity Makes Singer a ‘Million-Air’

Toby Keith has often said that awards for his songwriting mean the most. The country superstar received more of those honors this week when he was recognized by performance rights organization Broadcast Music Inc...

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Easton Corbin Remains ‘Under the Influence’ of Classic Country

Easton Corbin is definitely a fan of country's roots. As one of country's new traditionalists, he harbors a deep love for the music of country legends Keith Whitley, Merle Haggard and George Jones...

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CMA Entertainer of the Year — 10 Stars Who’ve Never Won

Since 1967, 30 recording artists have taken home the Country Music Association's coveted Entertainer of the Year award. Some have won it more than once (Kenny Chesney and Garth Brooks have both received the honor a record four times)...

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