Pop Goes The Country Double Feature: Jerry Lee Lewis – “The Killer” Within

Pop Goes The Country is an ongoing series where I explore country music’s biggest crossover hits. To continue from where we left off on the last edition of ‘Pop Goes The Country,’ we’re in the process of discussing the rockabilly movement from the rockabilly artist’s perspective. Thus far, all discussions of this movement have circled… Read More Pop Goes The Country Double Feature: Jerry Lee Lewis – “The Killer” Within

Pop Goes The Country Vol. 11: Carl Perkins – “Blue Suede Shoes” (1956)

Pop Goes The Country is an ongoing feature where I discuss country music’s biggest crossover hits. As previously mentioned, we’re in the rockabilly era of ‘Pop Goes The Country.’ Thus far, while we’ve discussed how certain country singers like Sonny James and Marty Robbins adapted nicely to this new trend, we’re now going to look… Read More Pop Goes The Country Vol. 11: Carl Perkins – “Blue Suede Shoes” (1956)

Pop Goes The Country Vol. 9: Sonny James – “Young Love” (1956)

Pop Goes The Country is an ongoing feature where I explore country music’s biggest crossover hits. After weeks of discussing cowboys, boogie tunes, war and government conspiracies, it’s time to move on to something else with this feature. Considering this feature is meant to explore country music’s biggest crossover hits, it should come as no… Read More Pop Goes The Country Vol. 9: Sonny James – “Young Love” (1956)