Chanteur Country US n en 1958 Brownwood (Texas).

Craig Dillingham has played a role in the development of west Texas' country music for nearly four decades. Only eight years old when he began performing in a family group, the Dillingham Sisters, he remained with the group throughout the 1960s and early '70s, performing regularly in the west Texas area. Striking out on his own in 1972, Dillingham spent three years touring as opening act for country-pop singer Ray Price. He became a regular cast member of Louisiana Hayride in 1976. Recording for MGM's Curb subsidiary in the 1980s, Dillingham placed five songs on Billboard's country music charts. His most successful tune, "Have You Ever Loved Your Woman Today" by Willie Nelson and Philip Norris, peaked at number 32.

Talents : Vocals, Songwriter, Guitar

Style musical : Contemporary Country, Traditional Country

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10 20



11/1983 SP MCA / CURB 52301 (US) Every Woman Should Have One / Have You Loved Your Woman Today
03/1984 SP MCA / CURB 52352 (US) Honky Tonk Women Make Honky Tonk Men / Slow Dancin' With Fast Women
06/1984 SP MCA / CURB 52406 (US) 1984 / Neon Light Idea
07/1985 SP MCA / CURB 52647 (US) Next To You / Brand New Blues
05/1986 SP MCA / CURB 52823 (US) Tish HINOJOSA / Craig DILLINGHAM - I'll Pull You Through / Too Soon To Say, It's Too Late


08/2004 CD EMERGENT 370000 (US) ALMOST YESTERDAY - She'll Be Breaking Someone's Heart In San Antonio / Just One More / My Heart's In The Highway / Thirty Years And A Thousand Miles Away / Magic In The Band / Not Exactly What I Had In Mind / I Wonder Who's Missing You Now / Call Me Sometime When You've Been Drinking / Somewhere Between My Heart And My Heartstrings / The Second Time I Watched The Sun Come Up

Rocky Productions 5/11/2005