Arthur Godfrey and His Friends
On The Set: 1957
Arthur Godfrey and His Friends
(CBS Archives/Razor & Tie)

Live Performances
Transcription Recordings
Radio and Television Appearances


In Recent Years, Patsy Cline's Studio Recordings Have Been Complemented By A Series of Releases Featuring Both Live Performances and Transcription Recordings, As Well As Her Appearances On Various Radio and Television Programs. What Follows Is An Index of These Performances. Original Performance and/or Broadcast Dates Are Given When Known.



August 1954:
  • I'm Walking The Dog
    (Cliff Grimsley, Tex Grimsley)
  • It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
    (J.D. Miller)
From Connie B. Gay's Town & Country Time Radio Broadcast from Washington, DC.

On Both Tracks, Patsy Is Introduced By Jimmy Dean

Released By MCA Records On The Patsy Cline Collection




June 16, 1956:
  • A Church, A Courtroom and Then Goodbye
    (Eddie Miller, W.S. Stevenson)
  • I've Loved and Lost Again
    (Eddie Miller)
From the Prince Albert Show portion of the Grand Ole Opry

Introduction By Little Jimmy Dickens

Released By MCA Records On LIVE At The Opry




Summer 1956:
  • Come On In (and Make Yourself At Home)
    (V.F. Stewart)
  • Turn The Cards Slowly
    (Sammy Masters)
  • Yes, I Know Why
    (Webb Pierce)
  • Stop, Look and Listen
    (George London, W.S. Stevenson)
  • The Wayward Wind
    (Stan Lebowsky, Herb Newman)
  • For Rent
    (Jimmie Loden, Jack Morrow)
From 2 Episodes of Country Hoedown, a 15-minute Radio Broadcast Sponsored By the United States Navy.

Both Shows Hosted By Faron Young

Released By MCA Records On LIVE, Volume 2

"Yes, I Know Why" and "For Rent" Also Available On The Patsy Cline Collection

Complete Episode With "Come On In," "Turn The Cards Slowly" and "Yes, I Know Why" Released By On The Air On Country Radio Shows, Volume 1



January 21, 1957:
  • Walking After Midnight
    (Donn Hecht, Alan Block)
From the CBS Television Series Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts

Includes the Dialogue of Arthur Godfrey Announcing Patsy's Win and Patsy's Reaction

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star



April 23, 1957:
  • Try Again
    (Bob Summers, Jerry Le Fors)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

April 24, 1957:
  • Three Cigarettes (In An Ashtray)
    (Eddie Miller, W.S. Stevenson)
From the CBS Television Series Arthur Godfrey and His Friends

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

April 26, 1957:
  • Walking After Midnight
    (Donn Hecht, Alan Block)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star



October 22, 1957:
  • Three Cigarettes (In An Ashtray)
    (Eddie Miller, W.S. Stevenson)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!

October 24, 1957:
  • Then You'll Know
    (Bobby Lile)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

October 25, 1957:
  • Too Many Secrets
    (Bobby Lile)
  • Come On In (and Make Yourself At Home)
    (V.F. Stewart)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

"Too Many Secrets" Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

"Come On In" Released By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star



On The Air
Patsy Performs On Nashville Television - 1957
(From Discovery!, 1994 Prism Leisure)




December 14, 1957:
  • Walkin' After Midnight
    (Donn Hecht, Alan Block)
From the Prince Albert Show portion of the Grand Ole Opry

Introduction By Ray Price

Released By MCA Records On LIVE At The Opry



January 6, 1958:
  • Come On In (and Make Yourself At Home)
    (V.F. Stewart)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!

January 8, 1958:
  • I Don't Wanta
    (Eddie Miller, Durwood Haddock,
    W.S. Stevenson)
  • Your Cheatin' Heart
    (Hank Williams)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

January 9, 1958:
  • Walkin' Dream
    (Hal Willis, Ginger Willis)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!

January 10, 1958:
  • Don't Ever Leave Me Again
    (Lillian Claiborne, Virginia Hensley,
    James Crawford)
  • The Man Upstairs
    (Dorinda Morgan, Harold Stanley,
    Gerry Manners)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star



January 13, 1958:
  • Stop The World (and Let Me Off)
    (Carl Belew, W.S. Stevenson)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

January 14, 1958:
  • Down By The Riverside
    (Traditional)
  • (Write Me) In Care of the Blues
    (Eddie Miller, W.S. Stevenson)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

January 15, 1958:
  • Ain't No Wheels On This Ship
    (W.D. Chandler, W.S. Stevenson)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

January 16, 1958:
  • Ain't No Wheels On This Ship
    (W.D. Chandler, W.S. Stevenson)
  • Hungry For Love
    (Eddie Miller, W.S. Stevenson)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

"Ain't No Wheels" Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!

"Hungry For Love" Released By Prism Leisure On Discovery!, and By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star

January 17, 1958:
  • Walkin' Dream
    (Hal Willis, Ginger Willis)
From the CBS Radio and Television Series Arthur Godfrey Time

Includes Dialogue With Arthur Godfrey

Released By Razor & Tie On The Birth of A Star



April 2, 1960:
  • Lovesick Blues
    (Irving Mills, Cliff Friend)
From the Prince Albert Show portion of the Grand Ole Opry

Released By MCA Records On LIVE At The Opry



April 29, 1960:
  • How Can I Face Tomorrow
    (C.C. Beam, C.L. Jiles, W.S. Stevenson)
From the Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry

Released By MCA Records On LIVE At The Opry



June 1960:
  • When Your House Is Not A Home
    (Roger Miller)
From Country Style USA, a 15-minute Radio Broadcast Sponsored By the United States Army.

Released By MCA Records On LIVE, Volume 2. Also Available On The Patsy Cline Collection



On Stage
On Stage: 1960
Riverside Ballroom - Phoenix, Arizona
(Johnny Franklin Photo)




August 12, 1960:
  • Loose Talk
    (Freddie Hart, Ann Lucas)
  • Crazy Dreams
    (C.C. Beam, C.L. Jiles, W.S. Stevenson)
From the Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry

Released By MCA Records On LIVE At The Opry



September 3, 1960:
  • There He Goes
    (Eddie Miller, Durwood Haddock,
    W.S. Stevenson)
From the Prince Albert Show portion of the Grand Ole Opry

Introduction By Jim Reeves

Released By MCA Records On LIVE At The Opry



September 1960:
  • Stupid Cupid
    (Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield)
  • Loose Talk
    (Freddie Hart, Ann Lucas)
From Country Style USA

"Stupid Cupid" Released By MCA Records On LIVE, Volume 2. Also Available On The Patsy Cline Collection

"Loose Talk" Released By MCA Records On The Patsy Cline Collection



Recording Date Unknown:
  • Just A Closer Walk With Thee
    (Traditional)
Live Performance At the Ryman Auditorium, During An Appearance On Wally Fowler's All Night Singin'.

The Exact Recording Date Is Unknown. However, It Is Believed To Be Either From Patsy's First Appearance In July 1955, Or From A 1961 Appearance Shortly After Her Car Accident.




April 14, 1961:
  • Lovin' In Vain
    (Freddie Hart)
  • I Fall To Pieces
    (Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard)
From the Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry

Recorded For Broadcast on April 14, 1961, The Episode Is Hosted By The Willis Brothers

These Performances Are Currently Unissued

Still resistant to I Fall To Pieces, Patsy had not yet fully mastered the lyrics and flubs one line near the song's beginning. Meanwhile, The Jordanaires sing the correct lyrics.



July 7, 1961:
  • Lovin' In Vain
    (Freddie Hart)
  • I Fall To Pieces
    (Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard)
From the Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry

Recorded For Broadcast on July 7, 1961, The Episode Is Hosted By Hank Snow.




July 29, 1961:
  • Come On In (and Make Yourself At Home)
    (V.F. Stewart)
  • A Poor Man's Roses (or A Rich Man's Gold)
    (Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)
  • Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
    (Hughie Cannon)
  • I Fall To Pieces
    (Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard)
  • Lovesick Blues
    (Irving Mills, Cliff Friend)
  • Shake, Rattle and Roll
    (Charles Calhoun)
  • There He Goes
    (Eddie Miller, Durwood Haddock,
    W.S. Stevenson)
  • San Antonio Rose
    (Bob Wills)
  • Stupid Cupid
    (Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield)
  • I Fall To Pieces
    (Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard)
  • If I Could See The World
    (Through The Eyes of a Child)
    (Sammy Masters, Richard Pope,
    Tex Satterwhite)
  • Walking After Midnight
    (Donn Hecht, Alan Block)
  • Foolin' 'Round
    (Harlan Howard, Buck Owens)
  • When My Dreamboat Comes Home
    (Dave Franklin, Cliff Friend)
A Live Performance At the Cimarron Ballroom In Tulsa, OK, With Leon McAuliffe and the Cimarron Boys

Musicians: Leon McAuliffe (Steel Guitar); Joe Allen (Bass); Pee Wee Calhoun (Piano); Billy Dozier (Electric Guitar); Richard Dozier (Drums); Curly Lewis (Fiddle); Jack Lloyd (Saxophone/Clarinet); Bob White (Fiddle)

Recorded As A Performance Check By Leon McAuliffe, the Tape Was Later Given To Patsy. After Patsy's Death, It Was Among the Belongings Left Behind When Charlie Dick Sold Their Home. The Tape Passed Through Several Hands Before Ending Up With William Frazee, A Florida Jeweler, Who Stored It In A Closet For Several Years. When Mr. Frazee Realized What He Had, He Negotiated A Deal With MCA Nashville To Release the Tape.



At The Cimarron
Patsy Cline and Charlie Dick Pose With Patrons
At The Cimarron Ballroom - Date Unknown
(From LIVE At The Cimarron Ballroom, 1997 MCA Nashville)




August 13, 1961:
  • Side By Side
    (Harry Woods)
  • Just A Closer Walk With Thee
    (Traditional)
From Country Music Time, a 15-minute Radio Broadcast Sponsored By the United States Air Force.

Released By MCA Records On LIVE, Volume 2

"Side By Side" Also Available On The Patsy Cline Collection



Autumn 1961:
  • Crazy
    (Willie Nelson)
  • Walkin' After Midnight
    (Donn Hecht, Alan Block)
  • San Antonio Rose
    (Bob Wills)
  • I Love You So Much It Hurts
    (Floyd Tillman)
  • I Fall To Pieces
    (Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard)
  • Lovin' In Vain
    (Freddie Hart)
From 3 Episodes of Take 5 With Country Music, a 5-minute Radio Broadcast Sponsored By the United States Marine Corps.

Edited and Released As 1 Episode By On The Air On Country Radio Shows, Volume 2



December 2, 1961:
  • Come On In (and Make Yourself At Home)
    (V.F. Stewart)
  • A Poor Man's Roses (or A Rich Man's Gold)
    (Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)
  • Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
    (Hughie Cannon)
A Live Peformance At the Dixie Jubilee In East Point, GA

Includes Between Song Banter With The Audience

Released By MCA Records On The Patsy Cline Collection



Spring 1962:
  • Strange
    (Mel Tillis, Fred Burch)
  • Shoes
    (Hank Cochran, Velma Smith)
From Country Music Time

Released By MCA Records On LIVE, Volume 2



March 23, 1962:
  • She's Got You
    (Hank Cochran)
  • Crazy
    (Willie Nelson)
From the Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry

Includes Dialogue With Jim Reeves

Released By MCA Records On LIVE At The Opry



January 15, 1963:
  • Leavin' On Your Mind
    (Wayne Walker, Webb Pierce)
  • Tennessee Waltz
    (Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart)
From Country Music Time

Released By MCA Records On The Patsy Cline Collection



On The Air
On The Air: 1962
Patsy Performs Live On WSM Radio
(Les Leverett Photo)




Autumn 1977:

Overdub Session
  • Life's Railway To Heaven
    (Charlie Tillman, M.E. Abbey)
  • If I Could See The World
    (Through The Eyes of a Child)
    (Sammy Masters, Richard Pope,
    Tex Satterwhite)
Produced By Joe Johnson

String Arrangement By Bill Justis

Session Personnel Unknown

Recorded In Nashville

Released As A Single By 4-Star Records In 1978

"If I Could See The World" Also Available On the 4-Star Album Songs of Faith and Love



May 27, 1980:

Overdub Session
  • Always
    (Irving Berlin)
  • Does Your Heart Beat For Me
    (Russ Morgan, Arnold Johnson,
    Mitchell Parrish)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Arranged By David Briggs

Session Personnel:
David Briggs (Piano); Jerry Carrigan (Drums); John Christopher (Acoustic Guitar); Sonny Garrish (Steel Guitar); Mike Leech (Bass); Reggie Young (Electric Guitar); Sheldon Kurland Strings; Lea Jane Berinati (Vocals); Yvonne Hodges (Vocals); Donna Levine (Vocals); Donna McElroy (Vocals); Wendy Suits (Vocals)

Recorded At Bradley's Barn - Mt. Juliet, TN

Released By MCA Records On Always



June 5, 1980:

Overdub Session
  • I'll Sail My Ship Alone
    (Henry Bernard, Henry Thurston,
    Lois Mann, Morry Burns)
  • Foolin' 'Round
    (Harlan Howard, Buck Owens)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Arranged By David Briggs

Session Personnel:
David Briggs (Piano); John Christopher (Acoustic Guitar); Sonny Garrish (Steel Guitar); Mike Leech (Bass); Kenny Malone (Drums); Reggie Young (Electric Guitar); Sheldon Kurland Strings; Lea Jane Berinati (Vocals); Yvonne Hodges (Vocals); Donna Levine (Vocals); Donna McElroy (Vocals); Wendy Suits (Vocals)

Recorded At Bradley's Barn - Mt. Juliet, TN

Released By MCA Records On Always



June 30, 1980:

Overdub Session
  • That's My Desire
    (Helmy Kresa, Carroll Loveday)
  • Faded Love
    (Bob Wills, John Wills)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Arranged By David Briggs

Session Personnel:
David Briggs (Piano); Jerry Carrigan (Drums); John Christopher (Acoustic Guitar); Sonny Garrish (Steel Guitar); Mike Leech (Bass); Reggie Young (Electric Guitar); Sheldon Kurland Strings; Lea Jane Berinati (Vocals); Yvonne Hodges (Vocals); Donna Levine (Vocals); Donna McElroy (Vocals); Wendy Suits (Vocals)

Recorded At Bradley's Barn - Mt. Juliet, TN

Released By MCA Records On Always



July 3, 1980:

Overdub Session
  • South of the Border
    (Down Mexico Way)
    (Michael Carr, Jimmy Kennedy)
  • I Love You So Much It Hurts
    (Floyd Tillman)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Arranged By David Briggs

Session Personnel:
David Briggs (Piano); Jerry Carrigan (Drums); John Christopher (Acoustic Guitar); Sonny Garrish (Steel Guitar); Mike Leech (Bass); Reggie Young (Electric Guitar); Sheldon Kurland Strings; Lea Jane Berinati (Vocals); Yvonne Hodges (Vocals); Donna Levine (Vocals); Donna McElroy (Vocals); Wendy Suits (Vocals)

Recorded At Bradley's Barn - Mt. Juliet, TN

Released By MCA Records On Always



July 8, 1980:

Overdub Session
  • I Fall To Pieces
    (Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard)
  • True Love
    (Cole Porter)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Arranged By David Briggs

Session Personnel:
David Briggs (Piano); Jerry Carrigan (Drums); John Christopher (Acoustic Guitar); Sonny Garrish (Steel Guitar); Mike Leech (Bass); Billy Sanford (Electric Guitar); Sheldon Kurland Strings; Lea Jane Berinati (Vocals); Yvonne Hodges (Vocals); Donna Levine (Vocals); Donna McElroy (Vocals); Wendy Suits (Vocals)

Recorded At Bradley's Barn - Mt. Juliet, TN

Released By MCA Records On Always



Owen Bradley
Owen Bradley and Engineer Joe Mills
In The Control Booth At Bradley's Barn
(From I Remember Patsy, 1977 MCA Records, Inc.)




June 10, 1981:

Overdub Session

Duets with Jim Reeves
  • Have You Ever Been Lonely
    (Have You Ever Been Blue)?
    (Peter DeRose, George Brown)
  • I Fall To Pieces
    (Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Session Personnel:
David Briggs (Piano); John Christopher (Acoustic Guitar); The Jordanaires (Vocals); Mike Leech (Bass); Weldon Myrick (Steel Guitar); James Stroud (Drums); Reggie Young (Electric Guitar); Sheldon Kurland Strings

String Section Recorded On June 25, 1981

Recorded At Music City Music Hall - Nashville, TN

"Have You Ever Been Lonely" Released By RCA Records On Greatest Hits of Jim Reeves & Patsy Cline

"I Fall To Pieces" Released By MCA Records On Remembering Patsy Cline & Jim Reeves



October 12, 1984:

Overdub Session
  • San Antonio Rose
    (Bob Wills)
  • Your Cheatin' Heart
    (Hank Williams)
  • Blue Moon of Kentucky
    (Bill Monroe)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Session Personnel:
Harold Bradley (Guitar); Jimmy Capps (Electric Guitar); Gene Chrisman (Drums); Hubert D. "Hoot" Hester (Fiddle); Billy Puett (Saxophone); Hargus "Pig" Robbins (Piano); Hal Rugg (Steel Guitar); Buddy Spicher (Fiddle); Henry Strzelecki (Bass); Pete Wade (Electric Guitar)

Recorded At Bradley's Barn - Mt. Juliet, TN

Released By MCA Records On the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack For Sweet Dreams



October 15, 1984:

Overdub Session
  • Seven Lonely Days
    (Earl Shuman, Alden Shuman,
    Marshall Brown)
  • Lovesick Blues
    (Irving Mills, Cliff Friend)
  • Walking After Midnight
    (Donn Hecht, Alan Block)
  • Foolin' 'Round
    (Harlan Howard, Buck Owens)
  • Half As Much
    (Curley Williams)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Brass and Horns Arranged By William K. McElhiney

Session Personnel:
Harold Bradley (Guitar); David Briggs (Piano); Jimmy Capps (Electric Guitar); Murrey "Buddy" Harman (Drums/Toms); Hubert D. "Hoot" Hester (Fiddle); Bob Moore (Bass); Hargus "Pig" Robbins (Piano); Hal Rugg (Steel Guitar); Buddy Spicher (Fiddle); Henry Strzelecki (Bass); Pete Wade (Electric Guitar); Roger Bissell (Trombone); Cole Burgess (Alto Saxophone); Barry Green (Trombone); Arleen Harden (Vocals); Bobby Harden (Vocals); Ron Keller (Trumpet); Sam Levine (Baritone Saxophone); Paul Ross (Lead Alto Saxophone); Don Sheffield (Trumpet); Buddy Skipper (Tenor Saxophone); Dennis Solee (Tenor Saxophone); George Tidwell (Trumpet); Curtis Young (Vocals)

Original Recording of "Lovesick Blues" 'Sweetened' With Bass and Toms, and the Track Rebalanced.

Recorded At Bradley's Barn - Mt. Juliet, TN

Released By MCA Records On the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack For Sweet Dreams



Recording Date Unknown:

Overdub Session

Duet With Bonnie Bramlett
  • Lonely Street
    (Carl Belew, W.S. Stevenson,
    Kenny Sowder)
Although the Exact Session Date Is Unknown, It Is Thought To Have Taken Place In 1989.

The Session Was An Experiement With Technology. The Tracks Recorded Were Not Intended For Commercial Release.

"Lonely Street" Was Released By LaserLight In 1993 On Today, Tomorrow and Forever.

"Just Out of Reach" and "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" Was Released By Intersound Records In 2006 On Revisited.
Duets with Willie Nelson
  • Just Out of Reach
    (V.F. Stewart)
  • Just A Closer Walk With Thee
    (Traditional)



Spring 1993:

Overdub Session
  • Lovesick Blues
    (Irving Mills, Cliff Friend)
Produced By Owen Bradley

Executive Producers: Dolly Parton and Steve Buckingham

Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette Overdubbed Harmony Vocals On Patsy's Original 1960 Recording, With Harold Bradley and Murrey "Buddy" Harman Providing Additional Accompaniment.

Released By Columbia Records On Honky Tonk Angels



January 1998 - June 1999:

Overdub Sessions

Patsy Cline Extended Versions
  • Hungry For Love
    (Eddie Miller, W.S. Stevenson)
  • How Can I Face Tomorrow
    (C.C. Beam, C.L. Jiles,
    W.S. Stevenson)
Produced By Michael Blakey and Elton Ahi

Executive Producers: Joseph Isgro and Paul Ring

Beth Nielsen Chapman Vocals Co-Produced By Beth Nielsen Chapman and John Guess

Glen Campbell Vocals Co-Produced By Tommy Oliver

Willie Nelson Vocals Produced By B. Spears

Waylon Jennings Vocals Produced By Randy Scruggs

Arrangements By Michael Blakey, Elton Ahi and Will Miller

String Arrangement On "I Can't Forget You" By Manochehre Cheshmazar

Recorded In Nashville, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Hollywood

Released By Private I/Mercury Records On Patsy Cline Duets, Volume 1


Glen Campbell
Glen Campbell In The Studio To Record
His Vocal On "Too Many Secrets"
For Patsy Cline Duets, Volume 1
(Courtesy of Luck Media and Marketing)




Mila Mason
Mila Mason Records Her Vocal On "Crazy Dreams"
For Patsy Cline Duets, Volume 1
(Courtesy of Luck Media and Marketing)


Duet With Bob Carlisle
  • That Wonderful Someone
    (Gertrude Burg)

Duet With John Berry
  • There He Goes
    (Eddie Miller, Durwood Haddock,
    W.S. Stevenson)

Duet With Beth Nielsen Chapman
  • If I Could Only Stay Asleep
    (Ethel Bassey, Wayland Chandler)

Duet With Glen Campbell
  • Too Many Secrets
    (Bobby Lile)

Duet With Mila Mason
  • Crazy Dreams
    (C.C. Beam, C.L. Jiles,
    W.S. Stevenson)

Duet With Willie Nelson
  • Life's Railway To Heaven
    (Charlie Tillman, M.E. Abbey)

Duet With Waylon Jennings
  • Just Out of Reach
    (V.F. Stewart)

Duet With Crystal Gayle
  • I Can't Forget You
    (Carl Belew, W.S. Stevenson)

Duet With Michelle Wright
  • Walkin' After Midnight
    (Donn Hecht, Alan Block)



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