In 1975, the top DJ in Boston, Dave Maynard of WBZ, liked my song so much that he introduced it, and me, to one of the top hitmakers in Nashville, Ed Penny. Ed had his greatest success as a songwriter and manager, with Terri Gibbs, who recorded the number one hit - 'Somebody's Knockin'.
Man does not live by Prov-alone - there must also be meatballs, pasta, a sweet sauce with green peppers, and most of all Master Chef, Reddy Spaghetti to blend it all together.
Swilling's Mills and Pile-Of-Bones are two of the worst city names ever. Learn how five communities ran their old names out of town. See if you can figure out their new names before we tell you!
Update on eerie creature sightings and the film and TV documentaries about haunted New England
A young country musician is offered a three year deal from a Nashville record company...but he has to leave home & tour Europe and Australia. He's torn between family & wanting to succeed in music.
From humble beginnings in Northern Maine, Dick Curlesss rose to the top of the Nashville heap with the truckin' classic "Tombstone Every Mile".