Lonely Street (song)
|Single by Andy Williams|
|from the album Lonely Street|
|Songwriter(s)||Carl Belew, Kenny Sowder, W.S. Stevenson|
|Andy Williams singles chronology|
"Lonely Street" is a 1958 song written by Carl Belew, Kenny Sowder, and W.S. Stevenson, originally performed by Belew. Its most successful rendition was by Andy Williams, whose version reached #5 on the Billboard chart and #20 on the R&B chart in 1959. The song appeared on his 1959 album, Lonely Street. Archie Bleyer's Orchestra played on the song.
Other cover versions
- Kitty Wells released it as the title song on her Lonely Street album in 1958.
- Patsy Cline recorded the song on her 1962 album, Sentimentally Yours.
- The Everly Brothers recorded the song on their 1963 album, The Everly Brothers Sing Great Country Hits.
- Bobby Vinton recorded the song on his 1965 album, Bobby Vinton Sings for Lonely Nights.
- Gene Vincent released the song as a single in 1966.
- George Jones recorded the song on his 1967 album, Walk Through This World with Me.
- Tammy Wynette recorded the song on her 1968 album, D-I-V-O-R-C-E.
- Bing Crosby recorded his interpretation of the song in 1968 for his album, Hey Jude/Hey Bing!
- Rex Allen, Jr. on his 1977 album, The Best of Rex.
- Emmylou Harris included a recording of the song on her 1989 Bluebird album.
- Chris Martin HMV pop864 c/w Swing a little Lover 1959 never charted only other song <Point of no Return>
- Carl Belew, Singing My Song Retrieved June 5, 2013
- Andy Williams, "Lonely Street" chart positions Retrieved June 5, 2013
- Andy Williams, Lonely Street Retrieved June 5, 2013
- "Billboard Top 100 - 1959". Archived from the original on January 2, 2014. Retrieved April 19, 2014.
- Gene Vincent, "Lonely Street" Retrieved June 5, 2013
- Tammy Wynette, "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" Retrieved October 24, 2016
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