10 Iconic Country Music Duos Who Prove Two Are Better Than One
Country music has long lent itself to harmonizing and verse-swapping duos.
Reba McEntire's Unselfish Act for Conway Twitty Was Not Forgotten
On the day he died, the country superstar went above and beyond to make sure the family got to say goodbye.
Conway Twitty’s Grandson Reveals Sweet Story of Reba's Generosity
Tre Twitty, the grandson of Conway Twitty, recently met McEntire for the first time, giving him the opportunity to share with the world a beautiful story that reveals her kindness toward her country music family.
Country Music Memories: Conway Twitty + Loretta Lynn Hit No. 1
On Aug. 18, 1973, Twitty and Lynn landed at No. 1 on the Billboard country chart with "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man."
Country Music Memories: 'After the Fire Is Gone' Hits No. 1
On April 3, 1971, Lynn and Twitty's debut single, "After the Fire Is Gone," landed at the top of the charts.
Country Music Memories: Conway Twitty's 'Next in Line' Goes No. 1
On Nov. 2, 1968, Twitty earned his first of many No. 1 hits on the country charts.