In 1979 two brothers from Florida had crossed over from the "Billboard" pop-charts and went No.1 on the Country charts. Not only did David and Howard Bellamy migrate from the pop music side, they became a mainstay on the country music landscape. "If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body" was No.1 for nearly a month and it got the Bellamy Brothers nominated for several country music awards. But the summer of '79 also had other amazing songs like it.
Performances from Kenny Rogers and Corey Smith, a surprise from one-third of Lady Antebellum, and an all-star version of ‘Wagon Wheel’ were amongst the many highlights at Darius Rucker’s fifth annual charity concert for St. Jude on Monday night (June 2).
Kenny Rogers was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013, calling it the high point of his career. Now, the famed museum is brightening up his 2014 by honoring the singer with his own exhibit.
Just when you think this little dude is through with his interpretation of the 'The Gambler' by Kenny Rogers, he breaks into the next verse and another round of the chorus. That's pretty good for a kid so young. There are a lot of life lessons to be learned from this hit, and little Liam seems to have a handle on them at a young age.
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