A lot of people might not realize that before Conway Twitty rose to country stardom in the 1970s, he got his start as a rock & roll singer in the 50s. He had a deep, crooning resonant tone to his voice, making him malleable to the Nashville rock, pop, and country genres.
Conway, whose birth name was Harold Jenkins, penned the hit 'Rock House' in 1956, and it was first adapted by singer Roy Orbison. Sun Records, impressed with his style, immediately sent Conway on a rockabilly tour, which rocketed his career and eventually led him to adopt the stage name Conway Twitty.
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