The albums discography of Wanda Jackson, an American recording artist, consists of forty-five studio albums, one international studio album, seven tribute and cover albums, four live albums, twenty-one compilation albums, and two box sets. In 1954 at age sixteen, Jackson signed with Decca Records as a country music artist. The label did not issue a record until the 1962 compilation Lovin' Country Style, six years after Jackson left Decca.
Like many other young recording artists of the late 1950s, especially those on major labels, Wanda Jackson was encouraged to straddle musical genres as a hedge against changing trends.
Wanda Jackson talks about her decision to retire from touring and the status of her album with Joan Jett. There are precious few American entertainers who have been touring longer than Wanda Jackson. In 1955, 64 years ago, the pioneering country-rockabilly singer was on the road with Elvis Presley, who encouraged the then 18-year-old to move toward rock & roll. Last week, however, Jackson called a halt to her touring career, announcing that she would be retiring from performing due to health and safety
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Wanda Jackson. is a cover of. Big Daddy by Boots Randolph (1960). The Hammer Song by The Weavers (1950).