• The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson: 'Real Country Music' (Fourteen Carat Music, 2016)

  • Gene Watson: 'Back in the Fire & At Last' (Morello Records, 2016) / this album was officially released on Friday 11 November 2016

  • Gene Watson's Calendar

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson Guitars by Summey

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson at The Opry in Nashville

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

Management


Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

Bookings



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Webster PR



Webster Public Relations
, PO Box 23015, Nashville, TN 37202

Contact Scott Adkins
Telephone 615-777-6995

Gene Watson Fan Site: Video Performances

Gene Watson is truly a 'Lone Star Hero' and has been singing professionally since the late 1950s.

Gene Watson has been a country music recording artist since the late 1960s.



Gene Watson was one of the first artists to adhere, and remain faithful to, a 'hard' traditional country sound.

Here are a selection of Gene Watson video performances.

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If I'm a Fool for Leaving


Gene Watson performing 'If I'm a Fool for Leaving', which was written by Skip Graves and Little Jimmy Dickens (Sunday 19 December 1920 - Friday 2 January 2015), as part of 'Country's Family Reunion' Cruise, with Michelle von Capps providing harmony vocals

Gene Watson's recording of 'If I'm a Fool for Leaving' was a single release in 1969, but it did not chart.

Love in the Hot Afternoon


Gene Watson performing 'Love in the Hot Afternoon', which was written by Kent Westberry and Vincent Wesley Matthews (1940 - Saturday 22 November 2003)

Gene Watson's recording of 'Love in the Hot Afternoon' reached No.3 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1975.

Where Love Begins


Gene Watson performing 'Where Love Begins', which was written by Ray Griff (Monday 22 April 1940 - Wednesday 9 March 2016)

Gene Watson's recording of 'Where Love Begins' reached No.3 on Cash Box Country Music Singles Chart, for the week beginning Saturday 27 December 1975, No.1 on Record World Country Music Singles Chart, for the week beginning Saturday 27 December 1975, No.5 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1975, and No.4 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1976.

You Could Know As Much About a Stranger


Gene Watson performing 'You Could Know As Much About a Stranger' (written by Nadine Bryant) in Hiawassee, Georgia on Saturday 24 October 2015

Gene Watson's recording of 'You Could Know As Much About a Stranger' reached No.10 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1976, and No.42 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1976.

Paper Rosie

Gene Watson performing 'Paper Rosie' (written by Dallas Harms) on 'Country's Family Reunion' in 2010

Gene Watson's recording of 'Paper Rosie' reached No.3 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1977, and No.1 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1977, No.4 on Cash Box Country Music Singles Chart in April 1977, and No.1 for one week in April 1977 (Saturday 16 April 1977 - Saturday 23 April 1977) on Record World Country Music Singles Chart.

The Old Man & His Horn


Gene Watson performing 'The Old Man & His Horn' (written by Dallas Harms)

Gene Watson's recording of 'The Old Man & His Horn' reached No.11 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1977, and No.9 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1977.

I Don't Need a Thing at All

Gene Watson performing 'I Don't Need a Thing at All' (written by Joe Allen)

Gene Watson's recording of 'I Don't Need a Thing at All' reached No.8 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1978, and No.4 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1978.

Cowboys Don't Get Lucky All The Time

Gene Watson performing 'Cowboys Don't Get Lucky All The Time' (written by Dallas Harms)

Gene Watson's recording of 'I Don't Need a Thing at All' reached No.11 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1978, and No.14 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1978.

Farewell Party

Gene Watson performing 'Farewell Party', which was written by Lawton Williams (Monday 24 July 1922 - Thursday 26 July 2007), on Marty Stuart's Show in December 2012

Gene Watson's recording of 'Farewell Party' reached No.5 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1979, and No.9 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1979.

Pick The Wildwood Flower


Gene Watson performing 'Pick The Wildwood Flower' (written by Joe Allen), in Hiawassee, Georgia on Saturday 24 October 2015

Gene Watson's recording of 'Pick The Wildwood Flower' reached No.5 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1979, and No.2 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1979.

Should I Come Home (or should I go crazy)

Gene Watson performing 'Should I Come Home (or should I go crazy)' (written by Joe Allen), on 'Play It Again, Nashville' in 1985

Gene Watson's recording of 'Should I Come Home (or should I go crazy)' reached No.3 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1979, No.6 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1979, No.1 on Cash Box Country Music Singles in 1979, and No.4 on Record World Country Music Singles Chart in 1979.

Nothing Sure Looked Good on You



Gene Watson performing 'Nothing Sure Looked Good on You' (written by Jim Rushing), on 'Country's Family Reunion' in 2010

Gene Watson's recording of 'Nothing Sure Looked Good on You' reached No.4 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1980, and No.3 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1980.

Raisin' Cane in Texas

Gene Watson performing 'Raisin' Cane in Texas' (written by Joe Allen and D. Lay) on 'New Country' in 1987

Gene Watson's recording of 'Raisin' Cane in Texas' reached No.15 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1980, and No.53 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1980.

No One Will Ever Know

Gene Watson performing 'No One Will Ever Know', which was written by Mel Foree (Tuesday 25 July 1911 - Sunday 28 October 1990) and Fred Rose (24 August 1898 - Wednesday 1 December 1954)

Gene Watson's recording of 'No One Will Ever Know' reached No.13 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1980, and No.22 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1980.

Between This Time & The Next Time

Gene Watson performing 'Between This Time & The Next Time', which was written by Ray Griff (Monday 22 April 1940 - Wednesday 9 March 2016), on 'Country's Family Reunion' Cruise in January 2015

Gene Watson's recording of 'Between This Time & The Next Time' reached No.17 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1981, and No.8 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1981.

Fourteen Carat Mind

Gene Watson performing 'Fourteen Carat Mind', which was written by Dallas Frazier and Larry Lee Favorite (1939 - Saturday 26 May 2001), with Ralph Emery; vocals harmonies provided by Janie Fricke and Lorrie Morgan

Gene Watson's recording of 'Fourteen Carat Mind' was No.1 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart for one week in January 1982 (Saturday 9 January 1982 - Saturday 16 January 1982), No.5 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1982, and No.1 on Cash Box Country Music Singles Chart in 1982.

Speak Softly (you're talking to my heart)

Gene Watson performing 'Speak Softly (you're talking to my heart)', which was (written by Steve Spurgin and J.D. Mendenhall)

Gene Watson's recording of 'Speak Softly (you're talking to my heart)' reached No.9 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1982, and No.4 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1982.

What She Don't Know Won't Hurt Her

Gene Watson performing 'What She Don't Know Won't Her' (written by Dave Lindsey and Ernie Rowell)

Gene Watson's recording of 'What She Don't Know Won't Hurt Her' reached No.5 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1983, and No.3 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1982.

You're Out Doing What I'm Here Doing Without

Gene Watson performing 'You're Out Doing What I'm Here Doing Without' (written by Bo Roberts and Allen Frizzell)

Gene Watson's recording of 'You're Out Doing What I'm Here Doing Without' reached No.2 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1983, and No.5 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1983.

Drinkin' My Way Back Home

Gene Watson performing 'Drinkin' My Way Back Home', which was written by Don Scaife, Ronny Scaife (1947 - Wednesday 3 November 2010) and Phil Thomas

Gene Watson's recording of 'Drinkin' My Way Back Home' reached No.10 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1984, and No.8 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1984.

Got No Reason Now For Going Home

Gene Watson performing 'Got No Reason Now For Going Home', which was written by Johnny Russell (Tuesday 23 January 1940 - Tuesday 3 July 2001)

Gene Watson's recording of 'Got No Reason Now For Going Home' reached No.7 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1985, and No.15 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1985.

Memories to Burn

Gene Watson performing 'Memories to Burn', which was written by Warren D. Robb and Dave Kirby (Sunday 10 July 1938 - Saturday 17 April 2004)

Gene Watson's recording of 'Memories to Burn' reached No.5 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1986, and No.2 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1986.

Carmen

Gene Watson performing 'Carmen' (written by Steve Spurgin) at International Festival of Country Music at Wembley Arena in London, England in 1986

Gene Watson's recording of 'Carmen' reached No.32 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1986, and No.27 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1986.

Bottle of Tears

Gene Watson performing 'Bottle of Tears', which was written by Dave Kirby (Sunday 10 July 1938 - Saturday 17 April 2004), Jimmy Pasquale and D. Lay (written by Steve Spurgin) on 'New Country' in 1986

Gene Watson's recording of 'Bottle of Tears' reached No.50 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1986, and No.40 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1986.

Everything I Used to Do

Gene Watson performing 'Everything I Used to Do' (written by Ernie Rowell) on 'New Country' in 1986

Gene Watson's recording of 'Everything I Used to Do' reached No.29 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1986, and No.27 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1986.

Honky Tonk Crazy

Gene Watson performing 'Honky Tonk Crazy', which was written by Harlan Howard (Thursday 8 September 1927 - Sunday 3 March 2002) and Ron Peterson in 1987

Gene Watson's recording of 'Honky Tonk Crazy' reached No.43 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1987, and No.30 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1987.

Don't Waste it on The Blues

Gene Watson performing 'Don't Waste it on The Blues' (written by Sandy Ramos and Jerry Vandiver) in Lovelady, Texas in 2015

Gene Watson's recording of 'Don't Waste it on The Blues' reached No.5 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1988.

Back in The Fire

Gene Watson performing 'Back in The Fire' (written by Rory Bourke and Mike Reid) in 1989

Gene Watson's recording of 'Back in The Fire' reached No.20 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1989, and No.24 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1989.

The Jukebox Played Along

Gene Watson performing 'The Jukebox Played Along' (written by Ken Bell and Charles Quillen) in 1989

Gene Watson's recording of 'The Jukebox Played Along' reached No.24 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1989, and No.40 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1989.

The Great Divide

Gene Watson performing 'The Great Divide' (written by John Lindley and Randy Travis) in 1989

Gene Watson's recording of 'The Great Divide' reached No.41 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1989.

One & One & One

Gene Watson performing 'One & One & One' (written by Buddy Cannon and John Northrup) in official promotional video

Gene Watson's recording of 'The Great Divide' reached No.66 on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in January 1993, and No.92 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1993.

He's Back in Texas Again

Gene Watson performing 'He's Back in Texas Again' (written by Troy Seals and Wayne Newton) in 1993

Gene Watson's recording of 'He's Back in Texas Again' was released as a single on Billboard Country Music Singles Chart in 1995, but it did not chart.

Change Her Mind

Gene Watson performing 'Change Her Mind', which was written by Danny 'Bear' Mayo (Monday 2 October 1950 - Saturday 2 October 1999), Paul Nelson and Larry Boone, at Billy Bob's 32nd Anniversary in 2013

Gene Watson's recording of 'Change Her Mind' reached No.44 on Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in March 1997, and No.90 on Canadian RPM Singles Chart in 1997.

The Man & Me & You

Gene Watson performing 'The Man & Me & You' (written by Jeff Bates and Kenny Beard) in the official promotional video

Gene Watson's recording of 'The Man & Me & You' was released as a single on Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2002, but it did not chart.

Staying Together

Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent performing 'Staying Together' (written by Jerry Salley and Monty Holmes) in the official promotional video

Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent's recording of 'Staying Together' was released as a single on Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2009, but it did not chart.

Gone For Good

Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent performing 'Gone For Good' (written by Jimmy Melton) in the official promotional video

Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent's recording of 'Gone For Good' was released as a single on Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2011, but it did not chart.

Help Me


Gene Watson with Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band performing 'Help Me' (written by Larry Gatlin)

Show Reviews

Americana International: Sunday 8 July 2012
 Queens' Hall, Watton, Norfolk, England: Monday 9 July 2012
 Arlington Music Hall, Arlington, Texas: Friday 3 August 2012

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