About the Song

Conway Twitty’s “Boogie Grass Band” is a lively and upbeat track that showcases his versatility as an artist. Released as a single in 1978, the song was written by Shel Silverstein, a prolific songwriter known for his wit and humor.

Featured on Twitty’s album “Mr. T,” “Boogie Grass Band” combines elements of country, bluegrass, and rockabilly, creating a catchy tune that’s sure to get listeners tapping their feet. Twitty’s smooth vocals and infectious energy shine through, making it a favorite among fans of traditional country music.

On the charts, “Boogie Grass Band” performed well, reaching the top 10 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. Its success is a testament to Twitty’s ability to connect with audiences and deliver songs that resonate with listeners of all ages.

With its catchy melody and playful lyrics, “Boogie Grass Band” is a standout track in Twitty’s extensive discography. Whether you’re a longtime fan or new to Twitty’s music, this song is sure to bring a smile to your face and have you singing along in no time.

As one of Twitty’s many hits, “Boogie Grass Band” continues to be a beloved classic in the world of country music. Its timeless appeal and infectious energy ensure that it remains a favorite among fans for years to come.

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Lyrics

There’s a new kind of music going ’round
It’s known as the Boogey Grass sound
So grab your partner and swing her around
And dance to the Boogey Grass sound.

I love to hear Bill sing about Kentucky
And the Almond brothers’ “Ramblin’ Man”
We put the music all together
So dance to the Boogey Grass Band.

Well, my daddy plays the banjo and saws a fiddle too
He taught me how to sing and play for you
I’ve got Blue Grass in my soul and rhythm in my feet
So dance to the Boogey Grass beat.

I love to hear Bill sing about Kentucky
And the Almond brothers’ “Ramblin’ Man”
We put the music all together
So dance to the Boogey Grass Band.

I love to hear Bill sing about Kentucky
And the Almond brothers’ “Ramblin’ Man”
We put the music all together
So dance to the Boogey Grass Band.

Yo tay eo lay eee…