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Cincinnati, Ohio" is a song written and released by Bill Anderson and later covered by Connie Smith in 1967. During this time, in Connie Smith's career, she was at her very peak and was releasing various hit singles on the country charts every year. The year 1967 was no different when she released "Cincinnati, Ohio". The song was of course about the city of Cincinnati, Ohio
Connie Smith Sings Bill Anderson. Connie Smith Sings Bill Anderson is the eighth studio album by American country artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in June 1967 on RCA Victor Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. The album included Smith's 1967 single, "Cincinnati, Ohio," which became a Top 5 hit on Billboard Magazine's country chart.
Bill Anderson – Cincinnati Ohio. Cincinnati Ohio Cincinnati Ohio) One more hour and I'll be home close my eyes and rest my bones Can't be more than a mile or so from Cincinnati Ohio Cincinnati Ohio Cincinnati where the river winds cross the Mason and the Dixie Line Heaven waits for me I know in Cincinnati Ohio Cincinnati Ohio
Bill Anderson Showcase (1964). Album by Bill Anderson. was covered in. Cincinnati, Ohio by Connie Smith (1967).
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The album included Smith's 1967 single, "Cincinnati, Ohio," which became a Top 5 hit on Billboard Magazine's country chart. Cincinnati, Ohio" was released on her 1967 album Connie Smith Sings Bill Anderson. Connie Smith Connie Smith Sings Bill Anderson Cincinnati I'll Come Runnin' Burning a Hole in My Mind. Connie in the Country. Also, the album itself reached a peaking position, unlike her previous release, Connie in the Country. The album reached a peak of on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart
The Bill Anderson Story. The 24-track collection The Bill Anderson Story contains the bulk of Anderson's major hits, including the number one singles "Mama Sang A Song," "Still," and "I Get the Fever," as well as songs of his that were made famous by other performers. Several hits are missing, yet The Bill Anderson Story offers an effective introduction to the popular vocalist's easy-going, muted style.
Bill Anderson had his own television show in the 1960s. Anderson has made several television appearances, including two stints as a game show host: The Better Sex (with co-host Sarah Purcell) in 1977, and the country music-themed quiz show Fandango (1983–1989) on The Nashville Network. He also wrote Smith's "Cincinnati, Ohio" in 1967, among others Anderson ended the 1990s with a pair of hits, "Wish You Were Here," by Mark Wills and the Grammy-nominated "Two Teardrops" by Steve Wariner.
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