Conway Twitty Biography
(Country Singer-Songwriter Known for His Hit Songs 'Hello Darlin' and ‘You've Never Been This Far Before’)
Birthday: September 1, 1933 (Virgo)
Born In: Friars Point, Mississippi, United States
Harold Lloyd Jenkins, popularly known as Conway Twitty, was an American country music singer. He was fairly famous for his works in the rock, rock and roll, pop, and R&B genres as well. The country music singer was best known to his fans for his evergreen duets with the legendary country music singer Loretta Lynn with whom he won a total of five Academy of Country Music awards and four Country Music Association awards. Conway produced some of the most iconic country music songs with Loretta Lynn, with twelve of their duets making it to the Billboard’s hot country singles chart. His popular tracks include ‘After the Fire is Gone’, ‘As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone’, ‘Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man’, ‘Feelins’, ‘Hello Darlin’, ‘It's Only Make Believe’, ‘Crazy in Love’, and ‘Desperado Love’. He is considered among the greatest country singers of all time with approximately 50 singles on the country and rock charts. Despite all the professional success he enjoyed, his personal life was a tumultuous one; he had been married four times and divorced thrice. The life of this highly talented singer came to an abrupt end in 1993 due to an abdominal aortic aneurysm.