Nashville Legend Jack Greene Dies
Many may say who?, but if you were a country fan in 1967, you remember one incredible year where the "Jolly Green Giant" owned all the awards and became a member of the Grand Ol' Opry. Click to check out one of the biggest hits of the late 60's.
Jack Greene's career started with Earnest Tubb as guitar player, drummer, singer and emcee. At Tubb's urging, he pursued a solo career that sky rocketed in 1967 with the song, "There Goes My Everything." The tune was number one for 7 weeks and led him to become the CMA's 1st Male Vocalist of the Year. It also earned album and song of the year.
Greene passed away at age 83 from complications associated with Alzheimers. Services will be at the Ryman Auditorium.