Roy Orbison, Rick Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis and many more covered Hank's 'You Win Again.'
Likely to have been recorded as a demo in 1951, the song was completed by Hank's group the Drifting Cowboys.
The best things come in small packages… Here uDiscover Music presents the 50 greatest pop songs that clock in under three minutes.
More than two years after his first US and international hit singles, Shannon made the US LP bestsellers at last.
Del Shannon's most listened to tracks right now!
On 7 April 1972, Roy Orbison cut the opening song on his next album, with a full and strident version of Chuck Berry's immortal 'Memphis, Tennessee.'
One of the most cherished American hitmakers was born Charles Westover on 30 December 1934. We came to know him as Del Shannon.
Another classic Del Shannon single, 'Little Town Flirt,' entered the Hot 100 just in time for the holidays, on 22 December 1962.
In December 1981, Del Shannon made a warmly-received comeback with the help of a great admirer of his early work, none other than Tom Petty.
Nine years after 'Your Cheatin' Heart' became a posthumous country No. 1 for Hank Williams in 1953, it got a soulful makeover by Ray Charles.
Avenged Sevenfold have announced the release of a super deluxe edition of their acclaimed album The Stage featuring a clutch of extra tracks
Our celebration of American pop treasure Johnny Rivers, whose biggest hit, 'Poor Side Of Town,' entered the US chart on on 17 September 1966.
A trademark Hank Williams song was created on 30 August, 1949, when Hank recorded ‘I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry’ in Cincinnati, Ohio.
On 11 August 1951, Hank Williams scored yet another country No. 1 with 'Hey, Good Lookin'.' But who was it that bagged the hit pop cover?
We remember the versatile Bobby Hebb, the R&B man from Nashville born exactly 80 years ago, on 26 July, 1936, who gave us 'Sunny.'