Biography
Nashville songwriter Hank Cochran penned dozens of country hits during the 1960s, '70s, and '80s, including I Fall to Pieces (Patsy Cline), The Chair (George Strait), Don't Touch Me (Jeannie Seely), Don't You Ever Get Tired of Hurtin' Me? (Ray Price and Ronnie Milsap), It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad) (Merle Haggard), Make the World Go Away (Eddy Arnold), and She's Got You (Cline again). Cochran balanced music and lyric chores evenly when writing co-compositions with Nashville legends like Harlan Howard, Vern Gosdin, and Dean Dillon. ~ John Bush, Rovi



 
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The Legend Hank Cochran
Hank Cochran Medley (Live)
"Livin For a Song" Hank Cochran an American Songwriter
Roy Clark And Hank Cochran Medley Greatest Hits 1981
Hank Cochran Tells a Story About Him and George Jones
Hank Cochran & Merle Haggard - Willie
Remembering Hank Cochran with Jamey Johnson
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