The Oak Ridge Boys is an American country and gospel vocal quartet. The group was founded in the 1940s as the Oak Ridge Quartet. They became popular in Southern gospel during the 1950s. Their name was changed to the Oak Ridge Boys in the early 1960s, and they remained a gospel group until the mid-1970s, when they changed their image and concentrated on country music. The lineup that produced their most well-known country and crossover hits (such as "Elvira" (1981), "Bobbie Sue" (1982), and "American Made" (1983) consists of Duane Allen (lead), Joe Bonsall (tenor), William Lee Golden (baritone), and Richard Sterban (bass). Golden and Allen joined the group in the mid-1960s, and Sterban and Bonsall joined in the early 1970s. Aside from an eight-year gap (1987–95) when Golden left the group and was replaced, this lineup has been together since 1973 and continues to tour and record.

The Oak Ridge Quartet


The core group that would eventually lead to the Oak Ridge Boys was a country group called Wally Fowler and the Georgia Clodhoppers, formed in 1943 in Knoxville, Tennessee. They were requested to perform for staff members and their families restricted during World War II at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in nearby Oak Ridge, Tennessee. They were asked to sing there so often that, eventually, they changed their name to the Oak Ridge Quartet, and because their most popular songs were gospel, Fowler decided to focus solely on Southern gospel music. At the time, the quartet was made up of Wally Fowler, Lon "Deacon" Freeman, Curly Kinsey, and Johnny New. This group began recording in 1947. Wally Fowler and the Oak Ridge Quartet were members of the Grand Ole Opry in the 1940s. In 1949, the other three men split from Fowler to form a new group, Curley Kinsey and the Tennessee Ridge Runners, so Fowler hired an existing group, the Calvary Quartet, to reform the Oak Ridge Quartet. Walt Cornell sang baritone for the Oak Ridge Quartet in the early 1950s. In 1957, Fowler sold the rights to the "Oak Ridge Quartet" name to group member Smitty Gatlin in exchange for forgiveness of a debt. As a result of more personnel changes, the group lost its tenor, so they lowered their arrangements and had Gatlin sing tenor, while the pianist, Tommy Fairchild, sang lead. They recorded an album for Cadence Records, then in 1958, they hired Willie Wynn to sing the tenor part, and Fairchild moved back exclusively to the piano. At this point, the group consisted of Fairchild at the piano, Wynn, Gatlin (singing lead), baritone Ron Page, and bass Herman Harper. They recorded an album on the Checker Records label, one on Starday, and three on Skylite. In 1961, Gatlin changed the group's name to "the Oak Ridge Boys" because their producer, Bud Praeger, thought "Oak Ridge Quartet" sounded too old-fashioned for their contemporary sound.

1962–1973


In 1962, Ron Page left, and the group hired Gary McSpadden (who had filled in for Jake Hess in the Statesmen Quartet) as baritone with the understanding from Jake Hess that when he was ready to start a group, he would recruit McSpadden. They recorded another album on Skylite, and then two groundbreaking albums on Warner Bros. Records. When Hess followed through on that promise, McSpadden quit to join a new group Hess was forming, the Imperials. Jim Hammill (who later became a mainstay in the Kingsmen Quartet) was chosen to be his replacement. They made one album for Festival Records, one for Stateswood (Skylite's budget label), and two more for Skylite. Hammill did not get along with the rest of the group, and William Lee Golden, a newcomer to the music industry, felt that Hamill was hurting the group and asked the group if he could be Hammil's replacement. After Hamill's retirement from the group in 1964, Golden joined as baritone.
The group recorded another album for Starday and another on Skylite in 1965. In 1966, Gatlin left the group to become a minister of music, and on Golden's recommendation, Duane Allen, formerly of the Southernairs Quartet (and more recently baritone of the Prophets Quartet), was hired to replace him. With Willie Wynn still singing tenor and Herman Harper as bass, the group made another album for Skylite and one for United Artists, and then began recording on the Heart Warming label. Between 1966 and 1973, they made 12 albums with Heart Warming, and the company also released several compilation albums on which they were included during those years. The group also had an album on Vista (Heart Warming's budget label) that included unreleased songs from previous sessions. Harper left the group in 1968 to join the Don Light Talent Agency, before starting his own company, the Harper Agency, which remains one of the most reputable booking agencies in gospel music. Noel Fox, formerly of the Tennesseans and the Harvesters, took over the bass part. In 1970, the Oak Ridge Boys earned their first Grammy Award for "Talk About the Good Times".
In late October 1972, Richard Sterban, the bass with J. D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet, left that group and joined the Oak Ridge Boys. The quartet that appeared on Hee Haw in 1972 consisted of Willie Wynn, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, and Richard Sterban. Joe Bonsall, a Philadelphia native who was a member of the Keystone Quartet and recording on Duane Allen's Superior label, joined in April 1973. Sterban and Bonsall had both been in the Keystones during the late 1960s, recording much of the ORB's material. That same year, the Oak Ridge Boys recorded a single with Johnny Cash and the Carter Family, "Praise the Lord and Pass the Soup", that put them on the country charts for the first time. The group's lineup remained consistent for the next 15 years.

1974–1986


In the mid-1970s, the Oak Ridge Boys became involved with prominent country music promoter Jim Halsey, who as their new manager, began encouraging them to move from gospel music to broader country music—the most fundamental change in their history—and began arranging international appearances. After opening a series of shows for Roy Clark, the group moved in 1973 to the Columbia label, for which they made three albums and several singles. In early 1976, they toured Russia for three weeks with Roy Clark. They went from being one of the top acts on Heart Warming to nearly the bottom on Columbia in terms of promotion. Columbia did not serve the gospel radio stations like Heart Warming did, leaving the impression that the Oak Ridge Boys were leaving gospel music, which hurt the group's popularity among its core fan demographic. While promoting the single "Heaven Bound", the Oak Ridge Boys made appearances on The Mike Douglas Show and The Merv Griffin Show, both nationally syndicated in the United States and Canada. In 1976, despite having been picked by Paul Simon to sing backup on "Slip Slidin' Away", the group asked to be released from its contract with Columbia after its single, "Family Reunion", was only a lukewarm success. Columbia complied with the request, and the band immediately made a live album that was a mix of gospel and country on their own label.
In 1977, the Oak Ridge Boys fully switched from gospel to country with the release of their first ABC Records (later absorbed by MCA) album, Y'all Come Back Saloon. Two songs from that album reached the top five on the country charts, and their next album, Room Service, in 1978, gave them two more, including their first number-one hit, "I'll Be True to You". The Oak Ridge Boys Have Arrived was released in 1979, and Together followed in 1980. A compilation album simply titled Greatest Hits, containing 10 singles from the previous four albums, was released in the fall of 1980. This same year, the Oak Ridge Boys also made a brief cameo appearance on The Dukes of Hazzard (season two, "Granny Annie").
The group's sixth album, Fancy Free, released early in 1981, contained the Dallas Frazier–penned song "Elvira". This remains the group's most widely known song, and Fancy Free is their best-selling album. "Elvira" had been recorded by other artists, including Frazier himself in the late 1960s and the First Edition in 1970, but the Oak Ridge Boys were the first to have a hit with it. Their version of the song was a number-one country hit, and in July 1981 reached number five on the pop charts.
The doo-wop-style title track from Bobbie Sue, their seventh album, was another crossover hit, reaching number one on the country charts and number 12 on the pop charts. That album also spawned the group's first U.S.-released music video, for the song "So Fine". (A video was made for "Easy", from the Y'All Come Back Saloon album, but was never released in the U.S.) The group also recorded The Oak Ridge Boys Christmas album in 1982.
Their album American Made was released in January 1983. The title track was used as a TV advertisement for Miller Beer.
The group recorded three albums over the next three years. The late-1983 album Deliver provided two number-one singles, one of which, "I Guess It Never Hurts to Hurt Sometimes", was written by Randy VanWarmer, who had a hit in 1979 with "Just When I Needed You Most". Their next album was Greatest Hits 2, released in July 1984. Unlike the 1980 Greatest Hits album, this one included two new songs, "Everyday" and "Make My Life With You", both number-one country hits. In 1985, they released their 12th album, Step on Out. The title cut was written by ex-Byrd Chris Hillman and former Crawdaddy magazine editor Peter Knobler. The group recorded two albums in 1986, one of which was a second Christmas album, and in 1987, they recorded a single called "Take Pride in America", which was used in television public service announcements about recycling.

1987–1999


In 1987, Where The Fast Lane Ends was released. It was the first with new producer Jimmy Bowen, and was the group's last album before the 1987 departure of William Lee Golden. Golden was replaced by the band's guitarist, Steve Sanders.
The group released four more albums for MCA, including a third Greatest Hits album that contained a previously unreleased single they had recorded for the Take Pride In America campaign. They moved to RCA Nashville and made three albums there, including Best of the Oak Ridge Boys, which included a single they had made for the My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys movie soundtrack. The move to RCA did not work out because the person who had signed them there moved to another label shortly thereafter, and his replacement wanted to promote Alabama more than the Oak Ridge Boys. They switched again and signed with Liberty Records, (Capitol's Nashville-based label), for which they made their third Christmas album.
Baritone Steve Sanders was replaced by Duane Allen's son, Dee, with occasional help from his brother-in-law Paul Martin. (Martin had previously replaced J.P. Pennington as lead singer of Exile in the early 1990s until that band's disbanding.) At midnight on New Year's Day 1996, at the Star Plaza Theatre in Merrillville, Indiana, Golden returned to the group. That year, they made a two-disc gospel set, Revival (their first full gospel album since 1976) with Leon Russell producing. This was sold on TV and later by the Oak Ridge Boys themselves at concerts and through the mail. In 1998, Sanders died by suicide.
Over the next few years, the group collaborated on an album with polka instrumentalist Jimmy Sturr and then made an album for Platinum Records called Voices.

2000–present


After nearly a decade of dealing with problems such as labels that had little interest in promoting The Oak Ridge Boys, studio breakdowns, and sluggish sales, the group's fortunes changed when they signed with Spring Hill Records in 2000. In the first four years of teaming with Dove Award-winning producer Michael Sykes, the quartet released a full-length gospel album (From The Heart), their fourth Christmas album (Inconvenient Christmas), a patriotic album (Colors), a bluegrass album (The Journey), and a quasi-compilation, titled Common Thread, containing newly recorded versions of older gospel songs, as well as material from 2004's The Journey. Another Christmas album, Christmas Cookies, followed in 2005. In 2006, the group completed the album, Front Row Seats, a return to mainstream country music with modern, aggressive arrangements and song selection. The project spawned a minor top-40 hit with "It's Hard to Be Cool in a Mini-Van".
In June 2007, they returned to their namesake, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. They were the featured performers at the Secret City Festival and were given a tour of the Y-12 National Security Complex's historic Calutrons (used to separate the uranium 235 for Little Boy, the first atomic bomb used in warfare). While there, a street was renamed the Oak Ridge Boys Way in their honor.
Also in 2007, the group appeared on Shooter Jennings' (son of Waylon Jennings) album The Wolf. This pairing led to The Boys Are Back, released on May 19, 2009, and named for the title song written by Shooter Jennings. The project debuted at number 16 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and number 77 on the Billboard Top 200. The album was produced by Dave Cobb, who was introduced to the group by Shooter Jennings. Reviews were mixed, but most praised the cover of "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes; 2010 was just as busy, including a cameo appearance on the History Channel show Pawn Stars episode "Packing Heat", which aired on December 13, 2010.During the July 8, 2011, performance of the Friday Night Opry, Little Jimmy Dickens announced that the Oak Ridge Boys would become the newest members of the Grand Ole Opry, effective August 6, 2011.In September 2011, the quartet released It's Only Natural through Cracker Barrel Old Country Store's music label. The album debuted at number 16 on the Billboard Country albums chart, remaining in the country top 40 for nearly two months. It contains 12 tracks - five new songs and seven re-recorded hits from the late 1980s. The first single off the album is "What-cha Gonna Do". A special 30th-anniversary re-recording of "Elvira" is featured on the album, as well.
In 2012, the group released two new studio albums. In May, they made a return to their Southern gospel roots with the release of Back Home Again. Along with gospel standards, the group covered John Denver's "Back Home Again" and Dolly Parton's "Coat of Many Colors". The album, featuring mostly acoustic arrangements, was produced by Ben Isaacs (of The Isaacs). In September of the same year, Christmas Time's A-Coming, the group's sixth Christmas project, was released through Gaither Music Group, and was also a featured title at Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores. The project features traditional standards, both secular and spiritual, as well as new material.
In 2013, The Oak Ridge Boys celebrated the 40th anniversary of the current lineup of members with a special 40th-Anniversary Tour, commemorative CD project, an Oak Ridge Boys-themed cruise, and a network television special. The Oak Ridge Boys released their first-ever live hits album Boys Night Out in April 2014 through Cleopatra Records. In an interview, Joe Bonsall said, "Here it is live and kicking with the audience singing with us. It's totally updated and different. I think for our real fans, this is going to be a gigantic treat, because our fans have clamored for a live album for years, and for people who don't know us or don't know us as well, to listen to this makes them go, "Oh wow, these guys are still sounding great, holy cow." I think it's going to be a good project for us all around." On August 21, 2015, they revealed a collaboration recording of their hit "Elvira". This collaboration was recorded with Sing-Off-winning, country a cappella group Home Free, who uploaded the video to their YouTube channel. The video was an instant hit, reaching 90,000 views within the first 20 hours of it being uploaded. On October 25, 2015, the Oak Ridge Boys were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame during the Medallion Ceremony, in the category of modern-era artists. It was presented by Kenny Rogers (a previous inductee).In 2017, the Oak Ridge Boys joined Third Day at the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, to record a cover version of Paul Simon's "Loves Me Like A Rock" for the Third Day album, Revival.
In September 2018, the Oak Ridge Boys wrote a variation of their hit song "Elvira", in collaboration with the Tennessee Titans, named Titans Code of Conduct. Although the lyrics were drastically changed, the melody stays the same.
In December 2018, the Oak Ridge Boys attended the funeral of the 41st President of the United States, George H. W. Bush, in Houston, Texas, and sang "Amazing Grace" during the service. On October 4, 2019, The Oak Ridge Boys announced their partnership with AARP and the U.S. Department of Justice to help raise awareness of elder fraud.

Remind Me, Dear Lord Remind Me, Dear Lord - The Oak Ridge Boys

Pretty Little Baby Child Pretty Little Baby Child - The Oak Ridge Boys

When I Lay My Burdens Down When I Lay My Burdens Down - The Oak Ridge Boys

I Know I Know - The Oak Ridge Boys

Spirit of The Living God Spirit of The Living God - The Oak Ridge Boys

I Know What Lies Ahead I Know What Lies Ahead - The Oak Ridge Boys

Uncle Luther Made the Stuffin' Uncle Luther Made the Stuffin' - The Oak Ridge Boys

White Christmas White Christmas - The Oak Ridge Boys

Didn't It Rain Didn't It Rain - The Oak Ridge Boys

An American Family An American Family - The Oak Ridge Boys

Jingle Bells Jingle Bells - The Oak Ridge Boys

From Love to Love From Love to Love - The Oak Ridge Boys

When You Give It Away When You Give It Away - The Oak Ridge Boys

That's What I Like About Christmas That's What I Like About Christmas - The Oak Ridge Boys

Back Home Again Back Home Again - The Oak Ridge Boys

I Saw the Light I Saw the Light - The Oak Ridge Boys

There Will Be Light There Will Be Light - The Oak Ridge Boys

Daddy Sang Bass Daddy Sang Bass - The Oak Ridge Boys

Happy Christmas Eve Happy Christmas Eve - The Oak Ridge Boys

Come Now Is the Time to Worship Come Now Is the Time to Worship - The Oak Ridge Boys

I Get To I Get To - The Oak Ridge Boys

Someday Someday - The Oak Ridge Boys

Closer to Home Closer to Home - The Oak Ridge Boys

The Old Country Church The Old Country Church - The Oak Ridge Boys

The King Is Born The King Is Born - The Oak Ridge Boys

How Great Thou Art How Great Thou Art - The Oak Ridge Boys

He Did It All for Me He Did It All for Me - The Oak Ridge Boys

River of Jordan River of Jordan - The Oak Ridge Boys

Silver Bells Silver Bells - The Oak Ridge Boys

Standing in the Need of Prayer Standing in the Need of Prayer - The Oak Ridge Boys

Angels Watching Over Me Angels Watching Over Me - The Oak Ridge Boys

The Voices of Rejoicing Love The Voices of Rejoicing Love - The Oak Ridge Boys

You'll Never Walk Alone You'll Never Walk Alone - The Oak Ridge Boys

Loving God, Loving Each Other Loving God, Loving Each Other - The Oak Ridge Boys

Daddy's Christmas Eve Daddy's Christmas Eve - The Oak Ridge Boys

Coat of Many Colors Coat of Many Colors - The Oak Ridge Boys

There's a New Kid in Town There's a New Kid in Town - The Oak Ridge Boys

Silent Night Silent Night - The Oak Ridge Boys

Where the Soul Never Dies Where the Soul Never Dies - The Oak Ridge Boys

Live With Jesus Live With Jesus - The Oak Ridge Boys

Each Step I Take Each Step I Take - The Oak Ridge Boys

If We Ever Needed the Lord Before We Sure Do Need Him Now If We Ever Needed the Lord Before We Sure Do Need Him Now - The Oak Ridge Boys

Heaven Bound Heaven Bound - The Oak Ridge Boys

Christmas Cookies Christmas Cookies - The Oak Ridge Boys

I Know Who Holds Tomorrow I Know Who Holds Tomorrow - The Oak Ridge Boys

Led Out of Bondage Led Out of Bondage - The Oak Ridge Boys

Jonah, Job & Moses Jonah, Job & Moses - The Oak Ridge Boys

After All After All - The Oak Ridge Boys

The Baptism of Jesse Taylor The Baptism of Jesse Taylor - The Oak Ridge Boys

Life's Railway To Heaven Life's Railway To Heaven - The Oak Ridge Boys

Jesus Is Born Today Jesus Is Born Today - The Oak Ridge Boys

Away In a Manger Away In a Manger - The Oak Ridge Boys

First Christmas Day First Christmas Day - The Oak Ridge Boys

Lead Me to That Rock Lead Me to That Rock - The Oak Ridge Boys

Back to Tennessee Back to Tennessee - The Oak Ridge Boys

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town Santa Claus Is Coming to Town - The Oak Ridge Boys

Jonah, Job and Moses Jonah, Job and Moses - The Oak Ridge Boys

Christmas Again Christmas Again - The Oak Ridge Boys

I Should Have Been Crucified I Should Have Been Crucified - The Oak Ridge Boys

Little Annie's Christmas Wish Little Annie's Christmas Wish - The Oak Ridge Boys

First Christmas Gift First Christmas Gift - The Oak Ridge Boys

Blue Christmas Blue Christmas - The Oak Ridge Boys

Why Me Why Me - The Oak Ridge Boys

The Love of God The Love of God - The Oak Ridge Boys

Amazing Grace Amazing Grace - The Oak Ridge Boys

Santa Bring Your Elves Santa Bring Your Elves - The Oak Ridge Boys

This Little Light of Mine This Little Light of Mine - The Oak Ridge Boys

O Little Town of Bethlehem O Little Town of Bethlehem - The Oak Ridge Boys

Ordinary Days Ordinary Days - The Oak Ridge Boys

Jesus Is Coming Soon Jesus Is Coming Soon - The Oak Ridge Boys

I'm Working On a Building I'm Working On a Building - The Oak Ridge Boys

O Come All Ye Faithful O Come All Ye Faithful - The Oak Ridge Boys

Elvira Elvira - The Oak Ridge Boys

Mrs. Santa Claus Mrs. Santa Claus - The Oak Ridge Boys

Thank God for Kids Thank God for Kids - The Oak Ridge Boys

Christmas Carol Christmas Carol - The Oak Ridge Boys

It's Christmas Time Once Again It's Christmas Time Once Again - The Oak Ridge Boys

I'll Be Home for Christmas I'll Be Home for Christmas - The Oak Ridge Boys

Through It All Through It All - The Oak Ridge Boys

Hark! the Herald Angels Sing Hark! the Herald Angels Sing - The Oak Ridge Boys

The Warmest Night of the Year The Warmest Night of the Year - The Oak Ridge Boys

Mary Christmas Mary Christmas - The Oak Ridge Boys

When the Great Trumpet Sounds When the Great Trumpet Sounds - The Oak Ridge Boys

In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin' In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin' - The Oak Ridge Boys

Santa's Song Santa's Song - The Oak Ridge Boys

At Last At Last - The Oak Ridge Boys

The Old Rugged Cross Made the Difference The Old Rugged Cross Made the Difference - The Oak Ridge Boys

Christmas Medley Christmas Medley - The Oak Ridge Boys

In the Shelter of His Arms In the Shelter of His Arms - The Oak Ridge Boys

King Jesus King Jesus - The Oak Ridge Boys

Christmas Is Paintin' The Town Christmas Is Paintin' The Town - The Oak Ridge Boys

Little One Little One - The Oak Ridge Boys

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Albums & Songs

  • Winter Wonderland
  • Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
  • Mary, Did You Know?
  • Joy To The World
  • Christmas Time's A-Comin'
  • Rest In You Tonight
  • Away In A Manger
  • Jingle Bells
  • Blue Christmas
  • Thank God For Kids
  • White Christmas
  • Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb
  • In The Sweet By And By
  • Rock Of Ages
  • Sweet Jesus (feat. Merle Haggard)
  • Angel Band
  • There Is Power In The Blood
  • In The Garden
  • Hold To God's Unchanging Hand
  • I Love To Tell The Story
  • Life's Railway To Heaven
  • Time Has Made A Change In Me
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Father, I Stretch My Hands To Thee
  • Farther Along
  • Just A Little Talk With Jesus
  • Peace Within (feat. The Isaacs)
  • In The Sweet By And By
  • Rock Of Ages
  • In The Garden
  • Just A Little Talk With Jesus
  • There Is Power In The Blood
  • I Love To Tell The Story
  • Time Has Made A Change In Me
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Life's Railway To Heaven
  • Hold To God's Unchanging Hand
  • Farther Along
  • Sweet Jesus
  • Angel Band
  • Father, I Stretch My Hands To Thee
  • Peace Within
  • Life is Beautiful
  • Love, Light, and Healing
  • Old Ways
  • Promised Land
  • Red River Valley
  • Life's Railway to Heaven
  • Rock My Soul
  • Swing Down Chariot
  • Till I See You Again
  • Unclouded Day
  • When He Calls
  • The Family Piano
  • Angels
  • Bring Daddy Home for Christmas
  • Reindeer on the Roof
  • Silent Night
  • Hallelujah Emmanuel
  • Down Home Christmas
  • South Alabama Christmas
  • Don't Go Pullin' on Santa Claus' Beard
  • Amazing Grace
  • Amazing Grace
  • A Brand New Star (Up in Heaven Tonight)
  • There Will Be Light
  • God's Got It
  • I'd Rather Have Jesus
  • Walk in Jerusalem
  • Where He Leads Me I Will Follow
  • Pray to Jesus
  • If I Die
  • Let It Shine on Me
  • I Know
  • Wonderful Saviour
  • Without God
  • The Old Country Church
  • I'll Wake Up On the Other Side
  • Dear Jesus, Abide With Me
  • The Christian Way
  • Hide Thou Me
  • I Asked the Lord
  • Victory Is Coming
  • Joy To the World
  • That’s Christmas To Me
  • I'll Be Home For Christmas
  • Santa Claus Is Real
  • O Come, All Ye Faithful
  • Rest In You Tonight
  • Away In a Manger
  • There’s Nothing Between Us (But Love Anymore)
  • Jingle Bells
  • Blue Christmas
  • Come To the Manger
  • The Hallelujah Chorus
  • In the Sweet By and By
  • Rock of Ages
  • Sweet Jesus (feat. Merle Haggard)
  • Angel Band
  • There Is Power in the Blood
  • In the Garden
  • Hold to God's Unchanging Hand
  • I Love to Tell the Story
  • Life's Railway to Heaven
  • Time Has Made a Change in Me
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Father, I Stretch My Hands to Thee
  • Farther Along
  • Just a Little Talk with Jesus
  • Peace Within (feat. The Isaacs)
  • Someday
  • Without God
  • There's a Light Guiding Me
  • Thanks God I'm Reborn
  • River of Life
  • Each Step I Take
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • The Old Country Church
  • Life's a Railway To Heaven
  • The Angels Must Have Cried
  • Hide Thou Me
  • Day of Rejoicing
  • Christian Way
  • God's Hands
  • Dear Jesus Abide With Me
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • I Am a Pilgrim
  • I'll Live In Glory
  • I'll Wake Up On the Other Side
  • Farther Along
  • I Want To See Jesus Most of All
  • Unworthy of His Love
  • My Heavenly Father
  • I Know My Savior Is There
  • Lead Me To Calvary
  • Live a Little More
  • You're the One
  • American Made
  • (I'm Settin') Fancy Free
  • Love Song
  • Y'all Come Back Saloon
  • Sail Away
  • Dream On
  • This Crazy Love
  • Trying to Love Two Women
  • Come on In
  • Make My Life with You
  • Thank God for Kids
  • Elvira
  • Bobbie Sue
  • I Want To See Jesus Most of All
  • Unworthy of His Love
  • My Heavenly Father
  • I Know My Savior Is There
  • Lead Me To Calvary
  • Live a Little More
  • Someday
  • Without God
  • There's a Light Guiding Me
  • Thanks God I'm Reborn
  • River of Life
  • Each Step I Take
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • The Old Country Church
  • Life's a Railway To Heaven
  • The Angels Must Have Cried
  • Hide Thou Me
  • Day of Rejoicing
  • Christian Way
  • God's Hands
  • Dear Jesus Abide With Me
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • I Am a Pilgrim
  • I'll Live In Glory
  • I'll Wake Up On the Other Side
  • Farther Along
  • Ain't No Short Way Home
  • Perfect Love
  • Where the Sun Always Shines
  • I'd Still Be Waiting
  • Old Hearts
  • If All I Had Left
  • New Orleans
  • What'll I Do
  • Lady My Love
  • Deep In Louisiana
  • Leaving Louisiana In the Broad Daylight
  • Elvira
  • An American Family
  • Thank God For Kids
  • Amazing Grace
  • I Know
  • God Will Take Care of You
  • American Made
  • Jesus Is Coming Soon
  • G.I. Joe and Lillie
  • How Great Thou Art
  • The Star-Spangled Banner
  • Day of Rejoicing
  • I'll Live in Glory
  • Without God
  • Dear Jesus, Abide With Me
  • In the Shelter of His Arms
  • Each Step I Take
  • Further Along
  • God's Hands
  • He Means All the World to Me
  • At the Roll Call
  • I'll Wake Up On the Other Side
  • I Asked the Lord
  • On the Sunny Banks
  • I Don't Mind My Journey
  • I Know
  • Hide Thou Me
  • I Know My Savior Is There
  • It's Different Now
  • Jesus the One Who Never Fails
  • I Want to See Jesus Most of All
  • Lead Me to Calvary
  • Unworthy of His Love
  • My Heavenly Father
  • No One Cared So Much
  • The Christian Way
  • One of These Mornings
  • Someday
  • Time Has Made a Change in Me
  • Thank God I'm Reborn
  • River of Life
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • The Angels Must Have Cried
  • Little As Much
  • When I Lay My Burdens Down
  • Wonderful Savior
  • In the Shelter of His Arms (Re-Recorded Version)
  • My Heavenly Father (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Someday (Re-Recorded Version)
  • You'll Never Walk Alone (Re-Recorded Version)
  • When I Lay My Burdens Down (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Thank God, I'm Reborn (Re-Recorded Version)
  • On the Sunny Banks (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Little Is Much (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Jesus, the One Who Never Fails (Re-Recorded Version)
  • It's Different Now (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Lead Me to Calvary (Re-Recorded Version)
  • One of These Mornings (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Time Has Made a Change in Me (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Without God (Re-Recorded Version)
  • River of Life (Re-Recorded Version)
  • No One Cared So Much (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Unworthy of His Love (Re-Recorded Version)
  • Wonderful Saviour (Re-Recorded Version)
  • That's What I Like About the South
  • Are You from Dixie?
  • Little Talk With Jesus
  • Fatback Louisiana
  • Back In New Orleans
  • Closer Walk With Thee
  • Bobby Sue
  • Jambalaya / I'm Walkin' / Toot Toot
  • Nails In My Coffin
  • Unclouded Day
  • Can't Fight the Moonlight
  • Elvira
  • Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
  • Peterbilt Sleigh
  • Here Comes Santa Claus
  • Christmas Time's a-Comin'
  • White Christmas
  • All I Want for Christmas Is You
  • Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
  • Getting Ready for a Baby
  • Joy to the World
  • Mary, Did You Know?
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb
  • Glorious Impossible
  • Lead Me to That Rock
  • Back Home Again
  • Led Out of Bondage
  • I Get To
  • In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin'
  • Why Me
  • Standing in the Need of Prayer
  • Coat of Many Colors
  • The Love of God
  • River of Jordan
  • If We Ever Needed the Lord Before We Sure Do Need Him Now
  • Heaven Bound
  • That's What I Like About the South
  • Are You from Dixie? (feat. Lathan Moore)
  • Little Talk With Jesus
  • Fatback Louisiana (feat. Wesley Probst)
  • Back in New Orleans (feat. Bobby John Henry)
  • Closer Walk With Thee (feat. Lathan Moore)
  • Bobby Sue
  • Jambalaya/I'm Walkin'/Toot Toot (feat. Callaway McCord)
  • Nails in My Coffin (feat. Wesley Probst)
  • Unclouded Day
  • Can't Fight the Moonlight (feat. Lathan Moore)
  • Elvira
  • In The Shelter Of His Arms
  • Day Of Rejoicing
  • I Asked The Lord
  • River Of Life
  • Wonderful Savior
  • Dear Jesus, Abide With Me
  • Lead Me To Calvary
  • The Christian Way
  • Hide Thou Me
  • My Heavenly Father
  • I Know My Savior Is There
  • Without God
  • Further Along
  • When I Lay My Burdens Down
  • I'll Wake Up On The Other Side
  • Each Step I Take
  • No One Cared So Much
  • God's Hands
  • Someday
  • I Know
  • It's Different Now
  • Jesus, The One Who Never Fails
  • I Want To See Jesus Most Of All
  • He Means All The World To Me
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • I Don't Mind My Journey
  • Unworthy Of His Love
  • Thank God I'm Reborn
  • Little As Much
  • I'll Live In Glory
  • On The Sunny Banks
  • One Of These Mornings
  • At The Roll Call
  • Time Has Made A Change In Me
  • The Angels Must Have Cried
  • Less of Me
  • He Will Never Let Me Down
  • At Last
  • Oh, How Much He Cares
  • I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey
  • My Savior Knows
  • The Old Rugged Cross
  • I Believe In the Old Time Way
  • Amazing Grace
  • God Shall Wipe Away All Tears
  • Without God
  • I'll Wake Up On The Other Side
  • Dear Jesus Abide With Me
  • God's Hand
  • Thank God I'm Reborn
  • Jesus The One Who Never Fails
  • I Want To See Jesus Most Of All
  • Wonderful Saviour
  • I'm Reborn
  • I Feel Mighty Close To Heaven On My Knees
  • Angel Band
  • Shine Shine Down On Me
  • Golden Hills Ahead
  • Land Of Beulah
  • There's A Higher Power
  • I Want To Do Thy Will Oh Lord
  • Life's Railway To Heaven
  • Somebody Loves Me
  • My Heavenly Father
  • I Know My Saviour Is There
  • I Know
  • It's Different now
  • Some Day
  • Each Step I Take
  • He Mean All The World To Me
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • River Of Live
  • No One Cared So Much
  • I Don't Mind My Journey
  • Unworthy Of His Love
  • Farther Along
  • Without God
  • I'll Wake Up On the Other Side
  • Dear Jesus Abide With Me
  • God's Hand
  • Thank God I'm Reborn
  • Jesus the One Who Never Fails
  • I Want to See Jesus Most of All
  • Wonderful Saviour
  • I'm Reborn
  • I Feel Mighty Close to Heaven On My Knees
  • Angel Band
  • Shine Shine Down On Me
  • Golden Hills Ahead
  • Land of Beulah
  • There's a Higher Power
  • I Want to Do Thy Will, Oh Lord
  • Life's Railway to Heaven
  • Somebody Loves Me
  • My Heavenly Father
  • I Know My Savior Is There
  • I Know
  • Each Step I Take
  • Because of Him
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • Farther Along
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • Go Right Out
  • When He Put a Little Sunshine In
  • Songs That Answer Questions
  • We Have This Moment Today
  • It Is Finished
  • Live a Little More
  • It's Different Now
  • Hide Thou Me
  • I Am a Pilgrim
  • Let's Go Out to the Program
  • Farther Along
  • River of Life
  • Is My Lord Satisfied With Me
  • The Old Country Church
  • Lead Me to Calvary
  • Each Step I Take
  • Victory Is Coming
  • An Empty Mansion
  • Little Is Much
  • Because of Him
  • I'll Shake the Hand of the Lord
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • There's a Light Guiding Me
  • Day of Rejoicing
  • No One Cared So Much
  • I Don't Mind My Journey
  • On the Sunny Banks
  • Time Has Made a Change In Me
  • The Love of God
  • Unworthy of His Love
  • In the Shelter of His Arms
  • Help Me Not to Complain
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • Walk With Me
  • At the Roll Call
  • Someday
  • Each Step I Take
  • I Am a Pilgrim
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • It's Different Now
  • He Means All the World to Me
  • Because of Him
  • When I Lay My Burdens Down
  • I'll Live In the Glory
  • In the Shelter of His Arms
  • My Heavenly Father Watches Over Me
  • No One Cared So Much
  • I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • Pass Me Not
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • There Is a Balm In Gilead
  • It Is Well With My Soul
  • Old Time Religion
  • When the Saints Go Marching In
  • Angel Band
  • Wayfaring Stranger
  • This Little Light of Mine
  • The Old Rugged Cross
  • Jesus Is Coming Soon
  • I Know
  • Didn't It Rain
  • Thank God for Kids
  • Elvira
  • The Baptism of Jesse Taylor
  • Jesus Is the Man for the Hour
  • Because He Lives
  • Did I Make a Difference
  • Jonah, Job & Moses
  • An American Family
  • Closer to Home
  • Live With Jesus
  • Loving God, Loving Each Other
  • Where the Soul Never Dies
  • Just a Little Talk With Jesus
  • The Boys Are Back
  • Hold Me Closely
  • Hold You In My Arms
  • Seven Nation Army
  • Mama's Table
  • Boom Boom
  • You Ain't Gonna Blow My House Down
  • Beautiful Bluebird
  • God's Gonna Ease My Troublin' Mind
  • Live With Jesus
  • Jesus Is Coming Soon
  • I Know
  • Didn't It Rain
  • Thank God For Kids
  • Elvira
  • The Baptism Of Jesse Taylor
  • Jesus Is The Man For The Hour
  • Because He Lives
  • Did I Make A Difference
  • Jonah, Job & Moses
  • An American Family
  • Closer To Home
  • Live With Jesus
  • Loving God, Loving Each Other
  • Where The Soul Never Dies
  • Just A Little Talk With Jesus
  • Jesus Is Coming Soon
  • I Know
  • Didn't It Rain
  • Thank God For Kids
  • Elvira
  • The Baptism Of Jesse Taylor
  • Jesus Is The Man For The Hour
  • Because He Lives
  • Did I Make A Difference
  • Jonah, Job And Moses
  • An American Family
  • Closer To Home
  • Live With Jesus
  • Loving God, Loving Each Other
  • Where The Soul Never Dies
  • Just A Little Talk With Jesus
  • Hold To God's Unchanging Hand
  • I'll Live In Glory
  • In the Shelter of His Arms
  • I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
  • When I Lay My Burdens Down
  • On the Sunny Banks
  • Welcome Home
  • It's a Wonderful Feeling
  • Tell It Again
  • Help Me Not To Complain
  • My Wonderful God
  • I'll Shake the Hand of the Lord
  • Less of Me
  • Sing and Shout
  • My All I Give
  • Our Debts Will Be Paid
  • On the Other Side of Jordan
  • I'll Lose My Blues In Heaven
  • Keep Me
  • For I've Got the Lord
  • Lord, I Want To Go Home
  • God Bless You, Go With God
  • Do You Know Jesus
  • Behind Your Tears
  • At the Roll Call
  • Because of Him
  • Day of Rejoicing
  • Each Step I Take
  • Farther Along
  • He Means All the World to Me
  • Hide Thou Me
  • I Am a Pilgrim
  • I Don’t Mind the Journey
  • I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
  • I’ll Live In Glory
  • In the Shelter of His Arms
  • It’s Different Now
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • Little Is Much
  • No One Cared So Much
  • On the Sunny Banks
  • River of Life
  • There’s a Light Guiding Me
  • When I Lay My Burdens Down
  • You’ll Never Walk Alone
  • Somebody Loves Me (That Somebody Is Jesus)
  • I Am a Pilgrim
  • There’s a Light Guiding Me
  • Land of Beulah
  • Golden Hills
  • Shine Down On Me
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • I Feel Mighty Close to Heaven On My Knees
  • Angel Band
  • There’s a Higher Power
  • Jesus Is Coming Soon
  • Did I Make a Difference
  • This Little Light of Mine
  • Jonah, Job and Moses
  • I Know What Lies Ahead
  • I Saw the Light
  • God Will Take Care
  • I Know
  • Amazing Grace
  • Angels Watching Over Me
  • How Great Thou Art
  • Didn't It Rain
  • I'm Working On a Building
  • He Did It All for Me
  • Loving God, Loving Each Other
  • In the Shelter of His Arms
  • When I Lay My Burdens Down
  • The Old Country
  • My Heavenly Father
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • Lead Me to Calvary
  • Because of Him
  • I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
  • On the Sunny Banks
  • Farther Along
  • It's Different Now
  • Someday
  • Each Step I Take
  • He Means All the World to Me
  • River of Life
  • No One Cared So Much
  • I Don't Mind My Journey
  • Unworthy of His Love
  • Day of Rejoicing
  • I Am a Pilgrim
  • There's a Light Guiding Me
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • I'll Live In the Glory
  • Hide Thou Me
  • Little Is Much
  • Praise the Lord and Pass the Soup
  • Family Reunion
  • Y'all Come Back Saloon
  • You're the One
  • I'll Be True to You
  • Cryin' Again
  • Come On In
  • Sail Away
  • Dream On
  • Leaving Louisiana In the Broad Daylight
  • Trying to Love Two Women
  • Heart of Mine
  • Beautiful You
  • Elvira
  • Fancy Free
  • Bobbie Sue
  • So Fine
  • I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone)
  • Thank God for Kids
  • American Made
  • Love Song
  • Ozark Mountain Jubilee
  • I Guess It Never Hurts to Hurt Sometimes
  • Everyday
  • Make My Life With You
  • Little Things
  • Touch a Hand, Make a Friend
  • Come On In (You Did the Best You Could Do)
  • Juliet
  • When You Get to the Heart
  • You Made a Rock of a Rolling Stone
  • It Takes a Little Rain (To Make Love Grow)
  • This Crazy Love
  • Time In
  • True Heart
  • Each Step I Take
  • I Know
  • Day Of Rejoicing
  • The Christian Way
  • I Know My Savior Is There
  • God's Hands
  • He Means All The World To Me
  • Hide Thou Me
  • Wonderful Savior
  • I Don't Mind The Journey
  • Jesus, The One Who Never Fails
  • Lead Me To Calvary
  • I Want To See Jesus Most Of All
  • I'll Live In Glory
  • My Heavenly Father
  • On The Sunny Banks
  • Thank God, I'm Reborn
  • I Asked The Lord
  • It's Different Now
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • Y'all Come Back Saloon
  • You're the One
  • I'll Be True to You
  • Cryin' Again
  • Come On In
  • Sail Away
  • Leaving Louisiana In the Broad Daylight
  • Trying to Love Two Women
  • Heart of Mine
  • Beautiful You
  • Elvira
  • Fancy Free
  • Bobbie Sue
  • I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone)
  • Thank God for Kids
  • American Made
  • Love Song
  • I Guess It Never Hurts to Hurt Sometimes
  • Everyday
  • Make My Life With You
  • Little Things
  • Touch a Hand, Make a Friend
  • It Takes a Little Rain (To Make Love Grow)
  • This Crazy Love
  • It's Hard to Be Cool (In a Minivan)
  • Heaven Is a Small Town
  • Dream On Me
  • Smaller
  • Something In the Water
  • Jonah, Job and Moses
  • Crazy Not To
  • A Feeling Like That
  • Heaven On Earth
  • Closer to Home
  • Didn't It Rain
  • Compared to You
  • Until You Get There
  • Did I Make a Difference
  • I Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey
  • Thank God I'm Reborn
  • Anywhere Is Home
  • The Angels Must Have Cried
  • Close to the Master
  • There Will Be Peace
  • Keep Walking
  • The Christian Way
  • I Asked the Lord
  • One of These Mornings
  • At the Altar
  • What Love
  • In the Upper Room
  • Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
  • Christmas Cookies
  • From Love to Love
  • Away In a Manger
  • Hey Baby
  • Little Annie's Christmas Wish
  • I'll Be Home for Christmas
  • Blessed Be the Day - Of Our Savior's Birth
  • Jingle Bells
  • Ordinary Days
  • Uncle Luther Made the Stuffin'
  • Back to Tennessee
  • The Warmest Night of the Year
  • O Come All Ye Faithful
  • Colors
  • The Absence of Love
  • The Home Stretch
  • American Beauty
  • This Is America
  • An American Family
  • Let It Ride
  • Sincerely, I Remain
  • G.I. Joe and Lillie
  • Glory Bound
  • Thank God for Kids
  • The Star Spangled Banner
  • Jesus Is Coming Soon
  • He Did It All for Me
  • You Can't Fix It
  • I Know
  • The Journey
  • How Great Thou Art
  • This Little Light of Mine
  • You Don't Have to Go Home (But You Can't Stay Here)
  • Amazing Grace
  • I Saw the Light
  • Keep Our World Safe
  • God Will Take Care
  • Train, Train
  • Someplace Green
  • Bad Case of Missing You
  • Saving Grace
  • You Don't Have to Go Home (But You Can't Stay Here)
  • Old Familiar Love
  • Goin' Against the Grain
  • I Love You So Much It Hurts
  • My Girl Friday
  • That Ole Gravel Road Was Easy Street
  • The Journey
  • In the Shelter of His Arms
  • When I Lay My Burdens Down
  • The Old Country Church
  • My Heavenly Father Watches Over Me
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • Lead Me to Calvary
  • Because of Him
  • I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
  • On the Sunny Banks
  • Farther Along
  • It’s Different Now
  • Someday
  • Each Step I Take
  • He Means All the World to Me
  • River of Life
  • No One Cared So Much
  • I Don't Mind My Journey
  • Unworthy of His Love
  • Day of Rejoicing
  • I Am a Pilgrim
  • There's a Light Guiding Me
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • I'll Live In the Glory
  • Hide Thou Me
  • Little Is Much
  • Winter Wonderland
  • I Pray On Christmas
  • A Christmas Love Song
  • It Came Upon a Midnight Clear (Inconvenient Christmas Album Version)
  • My Son
  • Beautiful Star of Bethlehem
  • The Most Inconvenient Christmas
  • The Christmas Song
  • Beneath the Christmas Tree
  • Just a Simple Christmas Song
  • The Hallelujah Chorus
  • Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
  • Mrs. Santa Claus
  • Thank God For Kids
  • Medley: Away In a Manger / First Noel / Joy To the World / Angels We Have Heard On High
  • Blue Christmas
  • Daddy's Christmas Eve
  • Jesus Is Born Today
  • Pretty Little Baby Child
  • O Little Town of Bethlehem
  • I'll Be Home For Christmas
  • I'm Working On a Building
  • Show Me the Way to Go
  • I Know What Lies Ahead
  • Fall to Fly
  • Write Your Name Across My Heart
  • The First Step to Heaven
  • A Mansion There for You
  • If Not for the Love of Christ
  • Angels Watching Over Me
  • Then You'll See
  • Loving God, Loving Each Other
  • Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight
  • I'll Be True to You
  • Dream On
  • Trying to Love Two Women
  • Elvira
  • Fancy Free
  • Bobbie Sue
  • I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone)
  • American Made
  • I Guess It Never Hurts to Hurt Sometimes
  • Make My Life with You
  • It Takes a Little Rain (To Make Love Grow)
  • Baby, When Your Heart Breaks Down
  • Where the Sun Always Shines
  • Deep In Louisiana
  • Lady My Love
  • What'll I Do
  • New Orleans
  • Perfect Love
  • I'd Still Be Waiting
  • Old Hearts
  • Ain't No Short Way Home
  • If All I Had Left
  • Leaving Louisiana In the Broad Daylight
  • Y'all Come Back Saloon
  • Elvira
  • Trying to Love Two Women
  • You're the One
  • I'll Be True to You
  • Cryin' Again
  • I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone)
  • American Made
  • Fancy Free
  • Love Song
  • I Guess It Never Hurts to Hurt Sometimes
  • It Takes a Little Rain (To Make Love Grow)
  • Thank God for Kids
  • Cajun Girl
  • Baby, You'll Be My Baby
  • An American Family
  • No Matter How High
  • If I Was To Start Crying
  • Turning For Home
  • In My Own Crazy Way
  • Don't Give Up
  • Bed of Roses
  • The American Dream
  • Gonna Take a Lot of River
  • I Can Count On You
  • Never Together (But Close Sometimes)
  • No Way Out
  • Beyond Those Years
  • Private Lives
  • Too Many Heartaches
  • Bridges and Walls
  • When Karen Comes Around
  • Taking One Heartbeat
  • Come By Here
  • All I Need
  • Don't Turn Around
  • A Little More Coal On the Fire
  • Love Without Mercy
  • Hear My Heart Beat
  • Time In
  • One Love, One You
  • New Way Out
  • True Heart
  • The Voices of Rejoicing Love
  • First Christmas Day
  • There's a New Kid in Town
  • First Christmas Gift
  • The King Is Born
  • When You Give It Away
  • Christmas Again
  • Santa Bring Your Elves
  • That's What I Like About Christmas
  • It's Christmas Time Once Again
  • Seasons
  • What Are You Doing In My Dream
  • Bedtime
  • Hidin' Place
  • Don't Break the Code
  • Juliet
  • You Made a Rock of a Rolling Stone
  • Take a Step (Yesterday Waltz)
  • What You Do To Me
  • Everybody Wins
  • Touch a Hand, Make a Friend
  • Ophelia
  • Love Is Everywhere
  • Only One I Love
  • Roll Tennessee River
  • Little Things
  • Class Reunion
  • Staying Afloat
  • Come On In (You Did the Best You Could Do)
  • Step On Out
  • Elvira
  • Somewhere In the Night
  • She's Gone to L.A. Again
  • When I'm With You
  • Another Dream Just Came True
  • I'm Settin' Fancy Free
  • Dream of Me
  • When Love Calls You
  • How Long Has It Been
  • I Would Crawl All the Way (To the River)
  • Bobbie Sue
  • I Wish You Were Here (Oh My Darlin')
  • Doctor's Orders
  • Old Kentucky Song
  • So Fine
  • I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone)
  • Back In Your Arms Again
  • Up On Cripple Creek
  • Until You
  • Would They Love Him Down In Shreveport
  • You're the One
  • I'll Be True to You
  • Trying to Love Two Women
  • Cryin' Again
  • Dream On
  • Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight
  • Heart of Mine
  • Come On In
  • Sail Away
  • Y'all Come Back Saloon
  • Whiskey Lady
  • Ready To Take My Chances
  • Trying To Love Two Women
  • Heart of Mine
  • Beautiful You
  • Take This Heart
  • Love Takes Two
  • A Little More Like Me (The Crucifixion)
  • I Can't Imagine Laying Down (With Anyone But You)
  • Holdin' On To You
  • Sail Away
  • There Must Be Something About Me That She Loves
  • Sometimes the Rain Won't Let Me Sleep
  • I Gotta Get Over This
  • My Radio Sure Sounds Good To Me
  • Dream On
  • Leaving Louisiana In the Broad Daylight
  • Every Now and Then
  • Dig a Little Deeper In the Well
  • Dancing the Night Away
  • The Baptism of Jesse Taylor
  • Loves Me Like a Rock
  • Why Me
  • Rhythm Guitar
  • Freedom for the Stallion
  • Heaven Bound
  • He's Gonna Smile On Me
  • There Must Be a Better Way
  • Where the Soul Never Dies
  • Family Reunion
  • If You Can't Find Love
  • But I Do
  • Callin' Baton Rouge
  • It Could Have Been Ten Years Ago
  • Lots of Matchbooks
  • If There Were Only Time For Love
  • Cryin' Again
  • I'll Be True To You
  • Come On In
  • Lay Down Your Sword And Shield
  • I Can Love You
  • Y'all Come Back Saloon
  • I'll Be True To You
  • An Old Time Family Bluegrass Band
  • Didn't She Really Thrill Them (Back In 1924)
  • Old Time Lovin'
  • Freckles
  • You're The One
  • Let Me Be The One
  • Easy
  • Emmylou
  • Y'all Come Back Saloon
  • I'll Be True to You
  • An Old Time Family Bluegrass Band
  • Didn't She Really Thrill Them (Back in 1924)
  • Old Time Lovin'
  • Freckles
  • You're the One
  • Let Me Be the One
  • Easy
  • Emmylou
  • The Baptism of Jesse Taylor
  • You Happened to Me
  • Why Me
  • Freedom for the Stallion
  • Loves Me Like a Rock
  • He's Gonna Smile On Me
  • Put Your Arms Around Me Blessed Jesus
  • He
  • What a Time We Will Have Over There
  • Give Me a Star