Conway Twitty

Twins Under the Christmas Tree

Twins Under The Christmas Tree (Oct 2013) is the second book in The Cash Brothers series, featuring the hero Conway Twitty Cash.


Did you know the real Conway Twitty….

Graduated from Tallulah High School in Tallulah, Louisiana.

His name came from combining the names of the towns of Conway, Arkansas and Twitty, Texas.

Recorded with legendary guitarist Hank Garland in the early 1960s.

Originally planned to break into professional baseball with a Philadelphia Phillies farm team but the Army drafted him before the Phillies could.

Also included in his incredible string of hits were his duets with Loretta Lynn. Of the 12 duets they released together, every one of them made the top 10 of Billboard`s country singles chart, with five going to No. 1 — “After the Fire is Gone” and “Lead Me On” (both 1971); “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man” (1973); “As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone” (1974); and “Feelin`s” (1975

Elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1998.

Married 3 times.

My favorite song by Conway Twitty—mine is Tight Fittin’ Jeans 1983.
What’s yours?


4 thoughts on “Conway Twitty

  1. Hey Marin. *waves* My fave Conway song is really a tie between Hello Darlin and That’s my Job. Great songs, Great Singer taken way too soon. I love this series Marin!! 🙂

    • Hi Peggy–thanks for stopping by the blog and leaving a comment. It’s tough to pick an all-time favorite from Conway Twitty but I’ll put a vote in for Hello Darlin’, too–that’s a another great song. I’m so glad you’re enjoying The Cash brothers series…if you haven’t already done so, be sure to stop by their FB page and enter my Big Oct Giveaway contest and tell a few friends so you can earn extra entries into the drawing!

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