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Webb Pierce

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Aliases
Audrey Grisham
Webb Pierce and His Southern Valley Boys
Webb Pierce and The Southern Valley Boys
Real name
Webb Michael Pierce
Born
August 8, 1921
Died
February 24, 1991
Country
United States
IPI
00012737504 1 work
00024308220 35 works
00024308808 12 works
Affiliation
BMI
Comments
Country singer and songwriter.
Used "Audrey Grisham", his wife's name, as songwriting alias for There Stands the Glass.
Member of
Rob and Bob
Related labels
Pacemaker Records [US1]   founder
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Managed by Clee J

Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
March 2, 1959 (3 artists)
February 1962 (2 artists)
June 1953 The Johnson Mountain Boys
May 1954 (8 artists)
February 1967 The Blue Boys [US2]
August 1957 (3 artists)
September 1961 (2 artists)
June 1959 (39 artists)
March 1955 (14 artists)
August 27, 1955 (2 artists)
May 3, 1971 The Bailes Brothers
December 1956 (4 artists)
June 1953 (3 artists)
March 1956 (6 artists)
August 27, 1955 (6 artists)
October 1952 Ray Campi featuring Pat Reyford
May 8, 1964 (6 artists)
November 1959 (5 artists)
November 1957 Chitlin' Fooks
October 1960 (9 artists)
April 1963 (2 artists)
June 1959 (5 artists)
 REL January 1954 (45 artists)
Originally by Webb Pierce REC
 REC August 15, 1990 (45 artists)
Originally by Webb Pierce REL
July 1971 John McSweeney
May 1952 (3 artists)
April 1961 Carl Smith
November 1965 (2 artists)
September 1956 (15 artists)
May 1952 (9 artists)
1951 (6 artists)
September 1963 Dave Howell
August 1958 (10 artists)
October 1960 Dennis Stroughmatt with Tony Booth, Leona Williams, Ron Williams and Claude Gray
July 1965 Carl Smith
January 1956 (3 artists)
August 1954 (3 artists)

Covers by Webb Pierce

Title Performer Release date Originally by
June 1966 Bobby Denton
February 1963 Ray Sanders with The Anita Kerr Singers
  February 1968 Kitty Wells REL, Jack Greene REC
February 1968 David Houston [US1]
December 1972 Jim Reeves [US]
June 1956 Jimmie Rodgers [US1]
February 1963 Andy Williams
June 1966 Max Powell
February 1967 Marty Robbins with Ray Conniff
September 15, 1952 Billy Wallace [US1]
September 1982 Billy Wallace [US1]
1977 Billy Wallace [US1]
February 1962 (unknown)
May 1957 The Everly Brothers
August 1951 Jimmie Rodgers [US1]
September 1969 Cowboy Copas
September 1969 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
September 1969 Darby and Tarlton
  June 1970 Waylon Jennings REC, Bob Luman REL
June 1966 Leadbelly
July 1959 Kenny Brown and Marilyn Kaye and The Arkansas Ramblers
September 1962 Jimmie Newman and His Rhythm Boys
June 1966 (unknown), Ernestine Schumann-Heink
January 1970 Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
Finally Kitty Wells and Webb Pierce 1965 Unverified
September 1962 Buddy Thompson
February 1968 Marvin Rainwater
Got You on My Mind Carol Channing & Webb Pierce 1977 Unverified
May 3, 1971 Radio Dot and Smokey
September 1962 Ray Price
February 1965 Clyde Beavers
June 1, 1959 Rev. F. W. McGee
January 1972 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
June 1, 1959 Lester McFarland and Robert Gardner
March 1957 Mel Tillis
1977 Webb Pierce
February 1968 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
February 1963 Don Gibson
September 1982 Webb Pierce
September 1965 Charlie Louvin
  June 1, 1959 Carter Family REC, Clyde Moody and Brown's Ferry Four REL
January 1963 Red Sovine
June 1, 1959 Brown's Ferry Four
June 1, 1959 Rev. J.M. Gates
January 1953 Marty Robbins
June 1, 1959 J. B. Whitmire Blue Sky Trio
September 1969 Lefty Frizzell
September 1969 Leon Payne
June 1, 1959 Blue Ridge Quartet
September 1965 Jim Reeves [US]
December 3, 1954 Tommy Warren
February 1967 Bonnie Guitar
February 1962 Dorothy Squires with Orchestral Accompaniment
September 1953 Tex Grimsley and His Texas Showboys - Vocal by Cliff Grimsley
1951 Whistler acc. by His Jug Band, Jimmie Rodgers [US1]
December 3, 1954 Whistler acc. by His Jug Band, Jimmie Rodgers [US1]
September 1982 Whistler acc. by His Jug Band, Jimmie Rodgers [US1]
February 1967 Carl Smith
  1979 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys REC, Clyde Grubb and His Tennessee Valley Boys - Vocal refrain by Leonard Dabney and Clarence Harrell REL
July 1950 Ray Whitley's Range Ramblers
February 1960 Warner Mack
September 1965 Johnny Cash
September 1965 Eddy Arnold
December 1956 Wayne Walker
February 1963 Ray Price
June 1, 1959 (unknown)
February 1965 Joyce Smith
October 1960 Wilburn Brothers
September 1982 Wilburn Brothers
February 1967 Carl Smith
  July 1959 George Jones REC, Stonewall Jackson REL
September 1965 Hawkshaw Hawkins
January 1970 (unknown), Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys - Vocal by Tommy Duncan
  February 1967 Timi Yuro REL, Ray Price REC
December 1983 Webb Pierce
May 1957 Red Sovine
August 1954 Merle Kilgore
September 1982 Merle Kilgore
September 1969 Tom Gates & His Orchestra
  July 1959 Billy Jack Wills and His Western Swing Band REL, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys REC
March 1950 Leon McAuliffe and His Western Swing Band
Covered by (2 artists)
September 1965 Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys
February 1963 Don Gibson
February 1957 Bailes Bros.
December 1972 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
July 1959 Charlie Walker
January 1964 Hank Locklin
May 15, 1960 Johnnie and Jack and Their Tennessee Mountain Boys
September 1965 Carlisle Brothers
February 1968 Eddie Miller and His Oklahomans
June 1966 Max Powell
June 1966 Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - Vocal by Tommy Duncan with Orchestra
January 1963 Mel Tillis and Bill Phillips
February 1966 Hank Locklin and His Rocky Mountain Playboys
February 1967 Marty Robbins
  September 1982 Webb Pierce REL,REC
September 1962 Smilin' Eddie Hill and His Boys
May 1954 Bill Cox and Cliff Hobbs
December 1972 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
Tender Years Webb Pierce February 1962 Unverified
  February 1962 Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys - Vocal Refrain by Redd Stewart REL, Cowboy Copas REC
January 1953 Louis Millet and His Melody Ramblers
November 16, 1964 (unknown)
June 1966 Max Powell
September 1969 Vernon Dalhart, Roy Acuff and His Crazy Tennesseans
March 1953 Webb Pierce & Shot Jackson with The Southern Valley Boys
  June 1, 1959 "T" Texas Tyler - The Man with a Million Friends REL, King's Sacred Quartet REC
February 1968 Ferlin Husky
May 1961 Crocker and Cannon (Leonard Rutherford, John D. Foster)
September 1953 Blaine Smith
Sampled by Sam Hunt
September 1982 Blaine Smith
June 1966 Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - Vocal by Tommy Duncan
October 1960 Cliff Bruner and His Boys
September 1965 Ernest Tubb
June 1963 Chester Smith
February 1963 Leroy Van Dyke
September 1962 Stonewall Jackson
June 1, 1959 Blackwood Bros. Quartet
December 1972 Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan
June 1, 1959 The Jenkins Family
December 1972 Bailes Bros.
June 1, 1959 Beulah Gaylord Young and Clara Moister
August 1958 Kay Kyser and His Orchestra
November 1955 George Jones
February 1967 Vernon Dalhart, Jimmy Heap and The Melody Masters - Vocal by Perk Williams
February 1966 Claude King
October 1951 Jack Golding, The Riverside Ramblers
September 1982 Jack Golding, The Riverside Ramblers
February 1967 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
September 1982 Webb Pierce
August 1951 Tillman Franks and His Rainbow Boys

Sampled songs

Songs written by Webb Pierce

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
A Thousand Miles Ago Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce Webb Pierce February 4, 1959 Covered by (3 artists)
Bo-Bo Ska Diddle Daddle Webb Pierce, Wayne Walker Wayne Walker October 1, 1957 Covered by (2 artists)
Bop-A-Lena Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce Ronnie Self December 16, 1957 Covered by (13 artists)
Courtin' Time in Tennessee Webb Pierce Red Sovine June 26, 1956 Covered by Crystal Swing
Don't Throw Your Life Away Webb Pierce, Billy Wallace [US1] Webb Pierce March 25, 1953 Covered by The Johnson Mountain Boys
Even Tho Willie Jones [US2], Webb Pierce, Curt Peeples Webb Pierce November 29, 1953 Covered by (8 artists)
Free of the Blues Webb Pierce, D.C. Mullins Buddy Thompson April 1955 Covered by Webb Pierce
Hayride Boogie Webb Pierce, Buddy Attaway Tillman Franks and His Rainbow Boys January 1951 Covered by Rhythm' Train
Holiday for Love Webb Pierce, Buck Peddy, Wayne Walker Webb Pierce July 11, 1957 Covered by (3 artists)
How Do You Talk to a Baby Webb Pierce, Wayne Walker Webb Pierce July 22, 1961 Covered by (2 artists)
How Do You Think I Feel Webb Pierce, Wayne Walker Red Sovine January 12, 1954 Covered by (4 artists)
I Ain't Never Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce Webb Pierce June 1959 Covered by (39 artists)
I Don't Care Cindy Walker, Webb Pierce Webb Pierce February 25, 1955 Covered by (14 artists)
If I Could Come Back Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce, Buck Peddy Red Sovine June 1960 Covered by (4 artists)
If You Were Me (And I Were You) Webb Pierce, Frank Miller Webb Pierce July 6, 1955 Covered by (2 artists)
I Heard the Jukebox Playing Kitty Wells, Webb Pierce, Linda Baggett Faron Young with Tillman Franks Orch. October 10, 1951 Covered by (2 artists)
I Know Something Good About You Webb Pierce, Rusty Adams Webb Pierce September 4, 1970 Covered by The Bailes Brothers
It's Been So Long Webb Pierce Webb Pierce March 25, 1953 Covered by (3 artists)
It's My Way Webb Pierce, Wayne Walker Wayne Walker July 26, 1956 Covered by (13 artists)
Leavin' on Your Mind Webb Pierce, Wayne Walker Joyce Smith September 28, 1961 Covered by (40 artists)
Little Rosa Red Sovine, Webb Pierce Red Sovine and Webb Pierce December 15, 1955 Covered by (6 artists)
More and More Merle Kilgore, Webb Pierce Merle Kilgore June 20, 1954 Covered by (20 artists)
Night Life Queen Webb Pierce, Max Powell Max Powell January 31, 1968 Covered by Hank Locklin
Pathway of Teardrops Webb Pierce, Wayne Walker Webb Pierce October 1960 Covered by (9 artists)
Sands of Gold Webb Pierce, Cliff Parman, Hal Eddy Webb Pierce April 1963 Covered by (2 artists)
Slowly Webb Pierce, Tommy Hill Webb Pierce REC,REL April 21, 1952 Covered by (45 artists)
Someone Stepped In (And Stole Me Blind) Webb Pierce Webb Pierce August 7, 1969 Covered by John McSweeney
So Used to Loving You Webb Pierce, Tommy Hill Webb Pierce February 29, 1952 Covered by (3 artists)
Sweet Lips Webb Pierce, Douglas Tubb, Wayne Walker Webb Pierce December 4, 1960 Covered by Carl Smith
Teenage Boogie Webb Pierce Webb Pierce August 12, 1956 Covered by (15 artists)
That Heart Belongs to Me Webb Pierce Webb Pierce May 1952 Covered by (9 artists)
The Last Waltz Webb Pierce, Myrna Freeman Webb Pierce & Shot Jackson with The Southern Valley Boys 1951 Covered by (6 artists)
There Stands the Glass Webb Pierce, Russ E. Hull, Mary Jean Shurtz Blaine Smith September 1952 Covered by (33 artists)
Those Wonderful Years Webb Pierce, Don Schroeder Webb Pierce August 26, 1963 Covered by Dave Howell
Tupelo County Jail Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce Webb Pierce July 8, 1958 Covered by (10 artists)
Who Do I think I Am Webb Pierce, Jerry Lane, Max Powell Webb Pierce June 3, 1965 Covered by Carl Smith
Yes, I Know Why Webb Pierce Webb Pierce November 18, 1955 Covered by (3 artists)
You're Not Mine Anymore Webb Pierce, Teddy Wilburn, Doyle Wilburn Webb Pierce April 15, 1954 Covered by (3 artists)
You Scared the Love Right out of Me Webb Pierce Tillman Franks and His Rainbow Boys 1950 Covered by Webb Pierce

Adapted songs

Releases

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Any Old Time Webb Pierce June 1956 Decca
A Thousand Miles Ago Webb Pierce March 2, 1959 Decca
Bye Bye, Love Webb Pierce May 1957 Decca
California Blues (Blue Yodel #4) Webb Pierce August 1951 Decca
Christmas at Home Webb Pierce November 1965 Decca
(Doin' the) Lovers Leap Webb Pierce February 1960 Decca
Fallen Angel Webb Pierce October 1960 Decca
Georgia Rag Webb Pierce and The Southern Valley Boys October 1952 4 Star
Georgia Rag Webb Pierce and His Southern Valley Boys July 1950 4 Star
Goodbye City, Goodbye Girl Webb Pierce February 1967 Decca
Groovie Boogie Woogie Boy Webb Pierce and His Southern Valley Boys March 1950 4 Star
Holiday for Love Webb Pierce August 1957 Decca
Honky Tonk Song Webb Pierce March 1957 Decca
How Do You Talk to a Baby Webb Pierce September 1961 Decca
I Ain't Never Webb Pierce June 1959 Decca
I Don't Care Webb Pierce March 1955 Decca
If I Could Come Back Webb Pierce January 1963 Decca
If the Back Door Could Talk Webb Pierce September 1963 Decca
I'll Always Take Care of You Webb Pierce September 15, 1952 Decca
I'll Go on Alone Webb Pierce January 1953 Decca
I'm Tired Webb Pierce December 1956 Decca
In the Jailhouse Webb Pierce & Shot Jackson with The Southern Valley Boys 1951 Pacemaker Records [US1]
In the Jailhouse Now Webb Pierce December 3, 1954 Decca
It's Been So Long Webb Pierce June 1953 Decca
Little Rosa Red Sovine and Webb Pierce March 1956 Decca
Love, Love, Love Webb Pierce August 27, 1955 Decca
Memory #1 Webb Pierce May 8, 1964 Decca
More and More Webb Pierce August 1954 Decca
No Love Have I Webb Pierce November 1959 Decca
Oh' So Many Years Kitty Wells and Webb Pierce February 1957 Decca
One Week Later Webb Pierce and Kitty Wells November 1957 Decca
Sands of Gold Webb Pierce April 1963 Decca
Slowly Webb Pierce January 1954 Decca
Someone Stepped In (And Stole Me Blind) Webb Pierce July 1971 Decca
Sparkling Brown Eyes Webb Pierce with Wilburn Brothers May 1954 Decca
Sweet Lips Webb Pierce April 1961 Decca
Teenage Boogie Webb Pierce September 1956 Decca
That Heart Belongs to Me Webb Pierce May 1952 Decca
That's Where My Money Goes Webb Pierce November 16, 1964 Decca
The Last Waltz Webb Pierce March 1953 Decca
There Stands the Glass Webb Pierce September 1953 Decca
Tupelo County Jail Webb Pierce August 1958 Decca
Who Do I Think I Am Webb Pierce July 1965 Decca
Why Baby Why Red Sovine and Webb Pierce December 1955 Decca
Why Baby Why Red Sovine and Webb Pierce November 1955 Decca
Wonderful Wonderful Wonderful Webb Pierce January 1972 Decca
Wondering Webb Pierce October 1951 Decca
Yes I Know Why Webb Pierce January 1956 Decca

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