Top Billy Joe Royal Albums
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Ultimate Billy Joe Royal Collection
Ultimate Billy Joe Royal Collection
[2012]
Hush
Hush
[2012]
Boondock Billy (The Dave Cash Collection)
Boondock Billy (The Dave Cash Collection)
[2011]
Cracklin' Rosie
Cracklin' Rosie
[2011]
Billy Joe Royal (Re-Recorded Version)
Billy Joe Royal (Re-Recorded Version)
[2009]
His First Gospel Album
His First Gospel Album
[2009]
5 Top 10's - EP
5 Top 10's - EP
[2009]
Hard Rock to Roll
Hard Rock to Roll
[2009]
20 of His Best
20 of His Best
[2009]
Down In the Boondocks & Other Favorites
Down In the Boondocks & Other Favorites
[2008]
American Legend: Billy Joe Royal
American Legend: Billy Joe Royal
[2008]
Royal Hits! (Re-Recorded Versions)
Royal Hits! (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2008]
28 Golden Classics
28 Golden Classics
[2008]
Studio 102 Essentials
Studio 102 Essentials
[2008]
Going By Daydreams
Going By Daydreams
[2007]
Drift Away (Digital Only)
Drift Away (Digital Only)
[2006]
Down In the Boondocks and Other Huge Hits (Re-Recorded Versions)
Down In the Boondocks and Other Huge Hits (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2005]
Country Masters: Makin' Believe
Country Masters: Makin' Believe
[2005]
Choice Country Cuts, Vol. 2 (Re-Recorded Version)
Choice Country Cuts, Vol. 2 (Re-Recorded Version)
[2005]
Rock Masters: Billy Joe Royal
Rock Masters: Billy Joe Royal
[2005]
Billy Joe's Best
Billy Joe's Best
[2005]
Drift Away
Drift Away
[2001]
Stay Close to Home
Stay Close to Home
[1998]
Down In The Boondocks - 20 Great Songs
Down In The Boondocks - 20 Great Songs
[1993]
Tell It Like It Is
Tell It Like It Is
[1989]
The Royal Treatment
The Royal Treatment
[1987]
Down in the Boondocks
Down in the Boondocks
[1965]
Related Information for Billy Joe RoyalBilly Joe Royal (born 3 April 1942 in Valdosta, Georgia) is an American singer.Raised in Marietta, Georgia, Royal became a local singing sensation in the 1950s and 1960s at the Bamboo Ranch in Savannah, Georgia. He is best known for the 1965 top-ten pop hit “Down in the Boondocks”, which along with the singles “I Knew You When” (top 20, 1965) and “Hush” (1966) were written and produced by friend Joe South. read more