Justin Tubb (1935-1998) was the eldest son of honky tonk legend Ernest Tubb, and followed in his father's footsteps as a member of the Grand Ole Opry, and enjoyed a modest career as a mainstream country singer in the 1950s and 60s. Justin Tubb pursued a more mainstream, pop-oriented approach than his more stick-to-the-basics sound of his father; he had modest success on the charts, mostly in his earliest years, and was known for his duets with Goldie Hill in the '50s and a decade later with Lorene Mann. Here's a quick look at his work...

Discography - Best-Ofs

Justin Tubb "Rock It Down To My House" (Bear Family, 1996)

Justin Tubb "Pepper Hot Baby" (Bear Family, 2009)

Justin Tubb "24 Big Ones" (King/Gusto, 1997)

Justin Tubb "The Best Of Justin Tubb" (Starday, 1965) (LP)

Discography - Albums

Justin Tubb "Country Boy In Love" (Decca, 1957) (LP)

Justin Tubb "Star Of The Grand Ole Opry" (Starday, 1961)

Justin Tubb "The Modern Country Music Sound Of Justin Tubb" (Starday, 1962) (LP)

Justin Tubb "Justin Tubb" (Vocalion, 1965) (LP)

Justin Tubb "Where You're Concerned" (RCA Victor, 1965) (LP)

Justin Tubb & Lorene Mann "Alone And Together" (RCA, 1966) (LP)
(Produced by Bob Ferguson)

Tubb teamed up with songwriter/singer Lorene Mann for this album, which includes both solo tracks and duets... The most successful single was "Hurry, Mr. Peters," an answer song to the earlier hit "Yes, Mr. Peters" that peaked at #23 on the charts.

Justin Tubb "Things I Still Remember Very Well" (Dot, 1969) (LP)

Justin Tubb "Travelin' Singin' Man" (Cutlass, 1972) (LP)

Justin Tubb "A New Country Heard From" (Hilltop, 1974) (LP)

Justin Tubb "Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry" (First Generation, 1981) (LP)

Justin Tubb "Justin Tubb" (MCA-Dot, 1985) (LP)

Justin Tubb "Just You And Me Daddy" (First Generation, 1999)


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