Becky Hobbs
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Becky Hobbs
Becky Hobbs
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Background information
Born (1950-01-24) January 24, 1950 (age 68)
Origin Bartlesville, Oklahoma, United States
Genres Country, Honky Tonk
Instruments Vocals, piano
Labels MCA, Tattoo, Liberty, MTM, RCA Nashville, Curb, Intersound, Beckaroo
Alabama, Moe Bandy

Becky Hobbs (born January 24, 1950 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma) is an American country singer, songwriter and pianist. She first attracted critical attention from rock journalist Stann Findelle, who also wrote the liner notes on her debut MCA album, "Becky Hobbs." She has recorded seven studio albums, and has charted multiple singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the No. 10 hit "Let's Get Over Them Together", a duet with Moe Bandy.[1]

Besides her work as a solo artist, Hobbs has also written for several country and pop acts, such as Helen Reddy, George Jones, Loretta Lynn, and Shelly West, as well as Alabama's 1994 single "Angels Among Us"[1] and Ken Mellons' 1995 single "Rub-a-Dubbin'".

She is a direct descendant of Nancy Ward.



Year Title US Country Label
1974 Becky Hobbs -- MCA
1975 From the Heartland -- Tattoo
1977 Everyday --
1979 Becky Hobbs -- RCA
1988 All Keyed UpA 25 MTM
1994 The Boots I Came to Town In -- Intersound
1998 From Oklahoma with Love --
2004 Songs from the Road of Life -- Beckaroo
2006 Best of the Beckaroo, Vol. 1 --
2011 Nanyehi: Beloved Woman of the Cherokee --
  • AAll Keyed Up was re-released on RCA Records in 1989 with two songs added.


Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country CAN Country
1979 "The More I Get the More I Want" 95 -- Becky Hobbs
"I Can't Say Goodbye to You" 44 --
1980 "Just What the Doctor Ordered" 52 -- N/A
"I'm Gonna Love You Tonight (Like There's No Tomorrow)" 79 --
"I Learned All About Cheatin' from You" 87 --
1981 "Honky Tonk Saturday Night" 84 --
1984 "Oklahoma Heart" 46 --
"Pardon Me (Haven't We Loved Somewhere Before)" 64 --
"Wheels in Emotion" 77 --
1985 "Hottest 'Ex' in Texas" 37 --
"You Made Me This Way" -- --
1988 "Jones on the Jukebox" 31 35 All Keyed Up
"They Always Look Better When They're Leavin'" 43 --
"Are There Any More Like You" 53 --
1989 "Do You Feel the Same Way Too?" 39 53 All Keyed Up (re-issue)
1990 "A Little Hunk of Heaven"[2] -- -- N/A
1991 "Talk Back Trembling Lips"[3] -- --
1994 "Mama's Green Eyes (And Daddy's Wild Hair)" -- -- The Boots I Came to Town In
"Pale Moon" -- --
1998 "Country Girls" -- -- From Oklahoma with Love
"Honky Tonk Saturday Night" (re-recording) -- --
2005 "Another Man in Black" -- -- Songs from the Road of Life
2011 "Nahyehi" -- -- Nanyehi: Beloved Woman of the Cherokee
"--" denotes releases that did not chart

Singles with Moe Bandy

Year Title Chart Positions Album
US Country CAN Country
1983 "Let's Get Over Them Together" 10 27 Devoted to Your Memory
1990 "Pardon Me" --A -- Greatest Hits


  • A "Pardon Me" did not chart on Hot Country Songs, but peaked at No. 2 on Hot Country Radio Breakouts.[4]

Music videos

Year Video Director
1988 "Jones on the Jukebox"
"Are There Any More Like You"
1989 "Do You Feel the Same Way Too?"
1990 "Talk Back Trembling Lips" Greg Crutcher
1994 "Mama's Green Eyes (And Daddy's Wild Hair)"
"Pale Moon" Peter Lippman
1998 "Country Girls" Chuck Shanlever


  1. ^ a b Brennan, Sanda; Michael McCall. "Becky Hobbs biography". Allmusic. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "Single Reviews" (PDF). Billboard. April 28, 1990. 
  3. ^ "Single Reviews" (PDF). Billboard. February 2, 1991. 
  4. ^ "Hot Country Radio Breakouts" (PDF). Billboard. March 3, 1990. 

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