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  • Detailed discography for American country music singer Conway Twitty. Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn discography Wikipedia

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  • His 44 Billboard country number-one hits are a record, four more than Conway Twitty's total that includes several duets with Loretta Lynn.George Strait-Wikipedia
  • By 2009, he broke Conway Twitty's previous record for the most number-one hits on Billboards Hot Country Songs chart when his 44 number one singles surpassed Twitty's 40.George Strait-Wikipedia
  • Bowen helped Conway Twitty make the album titled "Merry Twismas" in 1983, which was one of Conway's No. 1 selling albums.Jimmy Bowen-Wikipedia
  • Formerly known as "Twitty City", the former estate of country music legend Conway Twitty, the complex includes the 2,000-seat Trinity Music City Church Auditorium, which is used for TBN-produced concerts, dramas, seminars and special events.Trinity Broadcasting Network-Wikipedia
  • Conway Twitty continued to have a series of No. 1 hits, with 1986's "Desperado Love" becoming his 40th chart-topper on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, a record that stood for nearly 20 years.1980s in music-Wikipedia
  • The MAEC plans to add many more Mississippi-born stars to the Walk of Fame; names mentioned include Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Buffett, Elvis Presley, Conway Twitty, and others.Meridian, Mississippi-Wikipedia

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