Melvin Huston "Mel" McDaniel (September 6, 1942 – March 31, 2011) was an American country music artist. His chart-making years were mainly the 1980s with his hits from that era including "Louisiana Saturday Night", "Big Ole Brew", "Stand Up", the Number One "Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On", "I Call It Love", "Stand on It", and a remake of Chuck Berry's "Let It Roll (Let It Rock)".
McDaniel's type of country music has been referred to as "the quintessential happy song" in comparison to other country artists who discuss broken hearts and lost loves. When asked why most of his songs are mostly positive, McDaniel told the Anchorage Daily News that "there's enough things in the world to keep you bummed out" and that his fans don't want to "hear me singing something that's gonna bum 'em out some more."
Melvin Huston "Mel" McDaniel was born in Checotah, Oklahoma, a smallЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On [альбом]
- Just Can't Sit Down Music [1987, альбом]
- Now You're Talkin [29.04.2008, альбом]
- Greatest Hits [сборник]
|Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On||
|Big Ole Brew||
|Louisiana Saturday Night||