Top Kathy Mattea Albums
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Pretty Bird
Pretty Bird
[2018]
Big Bang Concert Series: Kathy Mattea (Live)
Big Bang Concert Series: Kathy Mattea (Live)
[2017]
Kathy Mattea - Live At Church Street Station - EP
Kathy Mattea - Live At Church Street Station - EP
[2016]
Calling Me Home
Calling Me Home
[2012]
Coal (Bonus Track Version)
Coal (Bonus Track Version)
[2008]
The Definitive Collection
The Definitive Collection
[2006]
Right Out of Nowhere
Right Out of Nowhere
[2005]
Joy for Christmas Day
Joy for Christmas Day
[2003]
Roses
Roses
[2002]
The Innocent Years
The Innocent Years
[2000]
Love Travels
Love Travels
[1997]
Walking Away a Winner
Walking Away a Winner
[1994]
Good News
Good News
[1993]
Lonesome Standard Time
Lonesome Standard Time
[1992]
Time Passes By
Time Passes By
[1991]
Kathy Mattea: A Collection of Hits
Kathy Mattea: A Collection of Hits
[1990]
A Collection Of Hits
A Collection Of Hits
[1990]
Willow in the Wind
Willow in the Wind
[1989]
Untasted Honey
Untasted Honey
[1987]
Walk the Way the Wind Blows
Walk the Way the Wind Blows
[1986]
Kathy Mattea
Kathy Mattea
[1985]
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455 Rocket Back Up Grinnin' Again Battle Hymn Of Love Burnin' Old Memories Christ Child's Lullabye Come From The Heart Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses Emmanuel Evenin' Every Love From A Distance Hills Of Alabam' I'm On Your Side Late In The Day Leaving West Virginia Listen To The Radio Lonely At The Bottom Lonesome Standard Time Maybe She's Human Mr. Smith Had An Oldsmobile Nobody's Gonna Rain On Our Parade Patiently Waiting Quarter Moon Seeds Sending Me Angels Song For The Life The Bridge The Cape The End Of The Line They Are The Roses True North Untasted Honey Untold Stories Walk The Way The Wind Blows What A Wonderful Beginning Willow In The Wind You Plant Your Fields You're The Power Callin' My Name Christmas Collage All Roads To The River Nothing But A Child Straw Against The Chill The Southern Soldier Boy Sing Mary Sing A Few Good Things Remain Walking Away A Winner Grand Canyon Like A Hurricane Harley Bfd Here's Hopin' You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive The Innocent Years Red-winged Blackbird Beautiful Fool Coal Tattoo Whole Lotta Holes There's Still My Joy There's A New Kid In Town All Because Of Him Unto Us A Child Is Born When The Baby Grew Up Good News Baby King (Love Is) My Last Word Time Passes By Goin' Gone Amarillo Forgive And Forget Train Of Memories The Streets Of Your Town Trouble With Angels Clown In Your Rodeo Love Chooses You She Came From Fort Worth Standing Knee Deep In A River (Dying Of Thirst) Love At The Five And Dime Asking Us To Dance Summer Of My Dreams Where've You Been Life As We Knew It Last Night I Dreamed Of Loving You I Have Always Loved You I Wear Your Love What Could Have Been That's The Deal As Long As I Have A Heart Another Man Coming Of The Roads Brightest And Best Dark As A Dungeon I'll Take Care Of You That's Easy For You To Say Right Out Of Nowhere If That's What You Call Love Hurt Some Till I Turn To You Hello, My Name Is Coal A Far Cry Mary, Did You Know? Who Turned Out The Light Hark, The Herald Angels Sing Down On The Corner I'm Alright Angels We Have Heard On High God Ain't No Stained Glass Window Slow Boat Agate Hill West Virginia Mine Disaster O Come, All Ye Faithful Now Is The Cool Of The Day Love Travels Further And Further Away Calling Me Home Blue Diamond Mines The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore Sally In The Garden Green Rolling Hills West Virginia, My Home Black Waters The Star 33, 45, 78 (record Time) Street Talk Ashes In The Wind Junkyard
Related Information for Kathy Mattea
She was born in South Charleston, West Virginia because it had the nearest hospital to her parents' home in Cross Lanes, where she grew up, graduating from nearby Nitro High School. In 1976, while in college, she joined the bluegrass band Pennsboro, and two years later dropped out of school to move to Nashville. She worked as a tour guide at the Country Music Hall of Fame, did backup vocal work for Bobby Goldsboro , and sang demos for several Nashville songwriters and publishers including Nashville songwriter/producer Byron Hill, who brought her to the attention of Frank Jones (then head of Mercury Records), who signed her to her first record deal in 1983.Mattea's third album, 1986's folky Walk the Way the Wind Blows, proved... read more