Justin Tubb
  • What's Wrong With the Way That We're Doing It Now
  • I Gotta Go Get My Baby
  • Lonesome 7-7203
  • Take a Letter Miss Gray
  • As Long as There's a Sunday
  • 2 Out of 3 Ain't Bad
  • My Ex-Wife is Gonna Be My Next Wife
  • Lookin' Back to See
  • You'd Never Be Happy With Me
  • Pull the Covers Over Me
  • What's Wrong With the Way That We're Doing It Now
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:29) [7.98 MB]
  • I Gotta Go Get My Baby
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:58) [9.07 MB]
  • Lonesome 7-7203
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:27) [5.63 MB]
  • Take a Letter Miss Gray
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:24) [5.49 MB]
  • As Long as There's a Sunday
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:45) [6.28 MB]
  • 2 Out of 3 Ain't Bad
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:15) [7.45 MB]
  • My Ex-Wife is Gonna Be My Next Wife
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:55) [6.67 MB]
  • Lookin' Back to See
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:43) [6.21 MB]
  • You'd Never Be Happy With Me
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:00) [6.87 MB]
  • Pull the Covers Over Me
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:44) [6.25 MB]
Biography
Contact info@creativeanddreams.com for more information about Justin Tubb.

Justin Tubb, the eldest son of country music legend Ernest Tubb, was a country music singer, songwriter and Grand Ole Opry member.

Tubb was born in San Antonio, Texas on August 20, 1935. He began performing in local clubs during college, and he eventually moved to Nashville. At his father’s suggestion, Tubb became a DJ in Gallatin, Tennessee, where he occasionally performed some of the songs he had written. In 1953, he made his recording debut. The following year, he and Goldie Hill reached #4 on the country charts with their version of Jim Ed and Maxine Brown’s “Looking Back to See.” They followed that success with “Sure Fire Kisses,” which reached #11 on the country charts. In 1955, when he was only 20 years old, Tubb joined the Grand Ole Opry. The next year he had his first solo success with the Top Ten hit “I Gotta Go Get My Baby.”

Tubb signed to Starday Records in the early 1960s. After 1963, he signed with RCA and released two duets with Lorene Mann, including “We’ve Gone Too Far Again.” He continued to record, tour, appear on the Opry stage and write songs through the 1970s. His “Lonesome 7-7203” was a #1 hit for Hawkshaw Hawkins, while “Be Glad” became a hit for Del Reeves.

In 1980, he signed with Pete Drake’s First Generation Records and recorded “What’s Wrong with the Way We’re Doing It Now.” It became a popular song with fans of the traditional country sound. In 1997 Tubb wrote and recorded songs paying tribute to his father, including, “Thanks, Troubadour, Thanks” and “Just You and Me, Daddy.”

Justin Tubb passed away on January 24, 1998 at the age of 62.

For more information about Justin Tubb and his music, please contact us at info@creativeanddreams.com.
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  • Members:
    Justin Tubb
  • Sounds Like:
    Cal Smith, Lorene Mann, Gene Watson
  • Influences:
    Ernest Tubb, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams
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    04/22/16
  • Profile Last Updated:
    11/17/19 07:36:01
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