All New Album – ‘Timeless’

All New Album – ‘Timeless’

From Joni Twitty:

We are so excited to announce that our Timeless album is now ready for pre-sale. If you order it today you will be able to receive it after September 1st. October 6th is the official release date for everyone else, but we want to make it available for our friends who visit us here on so they can get it early! Just press the link and it will allow you to order right now! Just scroll down to the merchandise area, open it and you will find the new TIMELESS album.

This album was originally recorded in 1973.  Dad and his band, the Twitty Birds, went into the studio and recorded 14 songs for the United States Armed Forces and they created a Navy Hoedown show and broadcast it on radio stations around the country.  These never before released recordings are songs that were Dad’s hits from those years and a few that he did in his show at that time.

Tom Gramuglia with Country Rewind Records purchased the masters and contacted us to see if we would be interested in partnering with them to release this great piece of work.  His plan was to hire a Nashville producer to enhance the existing album. I told him he needn’t look any further. My husband, John Wesley Ryles and I could co-produce the update of this album. He loved the idea and we were honored to have the opportunity.

We hired Mark Capps to help us do the engineering.  Mark has worked with us on every project we’ve done for Dad so this was the perfect person to contact first.  Mark’s father, Jimmy Capps, played acoustic guitar on Dad’s albums for many years so there is a natural bond between us.

My husband, John, sang background vocals on all the songs.  John had many hits as a country music artist but made the decision to quit touring and do studio work.  He became one of Nashville’s top background singers singing on multiple hit records, too many to mention. It is so special to hear him and Dad singing together!  Their voices blend perfectly!

My sister Kathy’s husband, Tony Durante, played acoustic guitar on two of the tracks. We wanted to have Tony be a part of this special project.  He has a degree in music and has played with orchestras in the past.  It was special to have him be a part of this project.  Kathy came up with the title for the album. Timeless was the perfect choice!

We also had some of our great musician friends, Ron Oates and Kevin Williams, lend their musical genius to the album. These musicians have played on huge artists’ projects such as Gladys Knight, Ray Charles, Dolly Parton, The Gaither Vocal Band, and the list goes on and on.

The enhancement we did made a great album shine even brighter!  Dad’s vocal performance is stellar and I know this album is something you will love! Get it today and enjoy some great, real country music!  It will become obvious once you have heard it why Conway Twitty is TIMELESS!

Comments: 14

    Reply June 10, 2017 1:40 pm

    Seen conway many times. But one of my fondest was in ozark alabama, just out side Dothan. The Rose was his it at that time, ronnie wad his warm up. What a night.

    I never took a date to a conway concert, but never left alone. He wasn’t one of he was the best friend a song ever had.

  • Marilyn LaRue Stephens
    Reply July 8, 2017 2:31 pm

    I had the honor of seeing Conway in concert at the Knoxville Coliseum on two different occasions back in the 70’s, and once at Tombstone Junction. My son and I will never forget these. He was and always will be my very favorite singer in the world I still listen to him daily…….always…….and sure do miss his style and music. Love this man!!!

  • Betty Harden
    Reply August 17, 2017 12:22 am

    I had the pleasure of seeing Conway many times in concert, one time I had the honor of chatting with him, a moment I will always cherish… I saw the Conway Twitty musical with my son , it was awesome, I did get to visit Twitty City and that was very awesome… I cannot wait to get this CD Timeless, I know I will enjoy it and treasure it always. Thank you Twitty family for keeping Conway’s memory alive and for loving his fans as we all love you..Thank you for all your time spent on making this awesome cd… Conway lives on forever thru you and we’re so thankful he does.. God bless you all ?

  • Rob Smitha
    Reply September 1, 2017 10:35 am

    This release is country gold at its best! This is what country music is all about. Great job , Joni and crew! Your dad would be proud.

    Happy Birthday, Conway! We miss you!

  • Marjorie Buckner
    Reply September 2, 2017 2:24 am

    Conway was a great singer he was a good looking man.He was some one you could be proud of.And i know his family was very proud of him.I HAVE BEEN LISTENING TO CONWAY ever since i was 14 and i am 68 now.He was my Idol and always will be I never got to see him in person even though i wanted to .But we was poor folks back in those days.We couldn’t afford to go to concerts.And it really hadn’t changed much.But it was a tragady the way he died.I will always miss his singing.

  • Sue Androus
    Reply September 17, 2017 2:43 am

    I love mine it is the best purchase I ever made

  • Michael W. Isbell Price
    Reply November 26, 2017 2:59 am

    Conway was a Gentlemen. I was honored to have him on my radio program in Austin (Tx) several times between 1977 and 1980. Kinda funny tho, Conway and Loretta have both been on my program….but never at the same time. God bless his memory. After 42 years in country radio, Conway Twitty’s vocal abilities have NEVER been equaled, in my opinion. Michael Price. (Retired) KOKE-FM Radio, Austin, Texas 1977-1980.

  • Laura Tyler
    Reply March 17, 2018 2:45 pm

    Went to Twitty City twice a year for many years. Conway was the best. Saw him every year at Little Nashville Opry in Nashville IN. Always a great concert. Miss him very very muc

  • Angela Benton
    Reply October 1, 2018 3:09 pm

    I saw Conway at his one & only Outdoor Concert appearance at Heber Springs, Ar .
    He was amazing.

  • Jay Larson
    Reply November 10, 2018 3:12 am

    I’m 53, and became a Conway fan in 1983. Grew up hearing him on my MOM’s country radio in the 1970’s. There is no country artist before or after him, that has that gift of, whatever it was he had. Like Elvis, who I’ve been a fan of forever, had something very different and special. I had the privilege of seeing Conway in concert in 1988, he was like amazing. I reminisce with a friends about him. He was a incredible artist but also, a good human being. Imagine all the albums he would have recorded since 1993, that we’ve missed out on. ❤️

  • Nancy Oglesby
    Reply January 8, 2019 9:31 pm

    I’ve been a fan of Conway’s for years and i really enjoy listening to his music. I was so sad when i learned that he had passed away.

  • Pauline Lee
    Reply April 5, 2019 6:45 am

    I have always l. Love you Conway always will II never got to see you in concert but how can I get a copy of your all of your country albums I have your rock and roll CDs there. Is. A song on on one of them I can’t forget please tell. How. To get them please I will always love you forever R I P

  • Charlene L.McRoberts
    Reply April 29, 2019 8:23 am

    Love my Timeless CD ….Joni & John and everyone else involved ya’ll did a awesome job putting this together.Conway would be proud!

    Reply May 15, 2019 4:18 am


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