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Album Review

Sammy Kershaw had only been recording for four years when he released The Hits, Chapter 1, but its appearance didn't seem premature. During that time, he had racked up a considerable number of Top Ten country hits, including the number ones "National Working Woman's Holiday" and "She Don't Know She's Beautiful." Both of those songs are included, as well as eight others that prove why he was one of the most popular country singers in the early '90s.

Customer Reviews


third rate romance is possibly one of the greatest songs of all time. not "hey jude". not "stairway to heaven." "third rate romance" is it. I'm going to see sammy at the mall this weekend and I'm totally pumped.

Sammy's Best CD

This Greatest Hits CD is sammy's best release. It has some great novelty songs that will make you laugh, and a few tear jerkers too. This is some of the best music that early 1990s country radio played. Sammy is a great singer, these are great songs, it makes for an excellent album for fans of this type of music. Highly recommended.

Country music history

Shania Twain recorded background vocals on Sammy's album "Haunted Heart". She appears on "Still Lovin' You". Shania fans should check out this track. This was released before Shania's first album


Born: February 24, 1958 in Kaplan, LA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Sammy Kershaw rode in on country's new traditionalist wave in the early '90s, finding success with a penchant for ballads and a blend of updated honky tonk (taking pointers from the vocal stylings of George Jones), Southern rock, and a hint of Cajun flavor. As his career progressed, Kershaw moved farther and farther into crossover-minded country-pop, though he would later swing back into more traditional styles. Kershaw was born in 1958 in Kaplan, Louisiana, in the heart of Cajun country; in fact,...
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