Pop Goes The Country Vol. 23: Marty Robbins – “Don’t Worry” (1961)

Pop Goes The Country is an ongoing series where I explore country music’s biggest crossover hits At this point in this series, we’ve already covered Marty Robbins in fairly good detail. As the music industry tried to figure out how they could catch up with rockabilly in terms of targeting teenagers, they found at least… Read More Pop Goes The Country Vol. 23: Marty Robbins – “Don’t Worry” (1961)

Pop Goes The Country Vol. 19: Marty Robbins – “El Paso” (1959)

Pop Goes The Country is an ongoing series where I explore country music’s biggest crossover hits. When we last discussed Marty Robbins on ‘Pop Goes The Country,’ we looked at his foray into teenage love songs with “A White Sport Coat.” But as previously mentioned in that piece, Robbins was one of the most versatile… Read More Pop Goes The Country Vol. 19: Marty Robbins – “El Paso” (1959)

Pop Goes The Country Vol. 10: Marty Robbins – “A White Sport Coat” (1957)

Pop Goes The Country is an ongoing feature where I explore country music’s biggest crossover hits Last week on ‘Pop Goes The Country,’ we explored the beginning of the rockabilly movement and its effects on country music. The next few volumes of this series will be split between talking about big rockabilly numbers and big… Read More Pop Goes The Country Vol. 10: Marty Robbins – “A White Sport Coat” (1957)