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Gene Watson

Gene Watson

  • HOMETOWN:Palestine, Texas , United States
  • BIRTHDAY:Oct 11, 1943
  • AGE:75
  • HEIGHT:N/A

ALBUMS:

Gene Watson (1969)

Love in the Hot Afternoon (1975)

Because You Believed in Me (1976)

Paper Rosie (1977)

Beautiful Country (1977)

The Best (1978)

Reflections (1978)

Should I Come Home (1979)

No One Will Ever Know (1980)

The Best 2 (1981)

Between This Time and the Next Time (1981)

Ole Loves Never Die (1981)

his Dream’s On Me (1982)

Sometimes I Get Lucky (1983)

Little By Little (1983)

Heartaches and Love and Stuff (1984)

Greatest Hits (1985)

Memories to Burn (1985)

Starting New Memories (1986)

Honky Tonk Crazy (1987)

Back in the Fire (1989)

At Last (1990)

In Other Words (1992)

Uncharted Mind (1993)

The Good Ole Days (1996)

Jesus Is All I Need (1997)

A Way to Survive (1997)

From the Heart (2001)

Sings (2003)

Gospel Side (2004)

Then and Now (2005)

In a Perfect World (2007)

A Taste of the Truth (2009)

Your Money and My Good Looks (2011)

Best of the Best: 25 Greatest Hits (2012)

My Heroes Have Always Been Country (2014)

Real. Country. Music (2016)

My Gospel Roots (2017)

CHILDREN:

Gary Wayne Watson

Terri Lynn Watson

SIBLINGS:

Eddie Watson

Jessie Elbert Watson

GENDER:

Male

GIVEN NAME:

Gary Gene Watson

FAMILY NAME:

Watson

SPOUSE:

Mattie Louise Bivins

SPOUSE GENDER:

Female

EARLY LIFE

Country singer Gene Watson grew up in a small town in Texas and always loved music. Watson worked in an auto-repair shop and eventually began playing music in small bars. He eventually moved to Houston and formed the band Gene Watson & The Other Four and earned himself a record deal.

MUSIC CAREER

Watson began to be known as a household name during the 1970s. Though his first band gained some success in Houston, he ultimately decided to pursue a solo career and expand his own fan base. One of his first successful singles, “Paper Rosie” put his name on the map and earned a place as No. 3 on the charts. Watson continued to produce albums from the 70s through today, earning top 10 hits throughout the 80s. Today, he is best known for his songs “I Don’t Need A Thing At All,” “Pick The Wildwood Flower” and “Love In The Hot Afternoon.”


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