Long Gone Lonesome Blues
"Long Gone Lonesome Blues" is 1950 song by Hank Williams. The song was Hank Williams' second number one on the Country & Western chart. "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" stayed on the charts for twenty-one weeks, with five weeks at the top of the Country & Western chart. The B-side of the song, entitled, "My Son Calls Another Man Daddy" peaked at number nine on the Country and Western chart.
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- In 1964, Hank Williams Jr. made his debut on the country chart with his own version of the song, which peaked at number five on the country chart.
- Dennis Robbins covered the song in 1987 for MCA Records. His version went to number 63 on the same chart.
"Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy" by Red Foley
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number one single by Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
April 22, 1950
"Birmingham Bounce" by Red Foley
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