The Best of Dick Flood: 1961 – 1967
Nashville Country Music Hall Of Fame star Dick Flood rose to prominence in the 1950s as a member of Columbia Records recording artists The Country Lads. The duo landed a regular gig on The Jimmy Dean Show on CBS which quickly propelled the artist’s career. A prolific songwriter Dick parlayed his success into a strong relationship with Monument Records. His tunes were now being cut by the likes of Roy Orbison, Anita Bryant, The Holidays and Billy Graves to name a few. On Monument Flood he landed a #1 hit with George Hamilton’s version of Gee and also banked a Top 40 hit as an artist. Landing in Nashville in 1960 Mr. Flood continued to pursue his career as an entertainer with performances at The Grand Ole Opry and Ernest Tubb’s hit TV show. In 1961 Dick inked with Epic Records landing 2 more Top 40 hits as both an artist and songwriter. By 1965 he signed with Kapp Records releasing 4 more records. 1966 saw Army veteran Dick Flood, along with his band The Pathfinders, entertaining the troops on USO tours throughout Viet Nam and Southeast Asia. Fervor Records is proud to offer up this amazing collection of Mr. Dick Flood’s works which showcase his gifted vocal and songwriting chops across multiple genres on The Very Best Of Dick Flood: 1961 – 1967!
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