Country Happening
CHS-1018 - (1969)

Side 1:

Freeborn Man (Allison & Lindsay)
Yes Virginia (Liz Anderson)
That's All Right (Inman)
Woman Won't You Make Up My Mind (Gibson-Lane-Vernon)
Sea Shores Of My Mind (K. Vernon-N. Eaton)
Looking Over Our Shoulders (With LaWanda Lindsey) (Stephens & Gibson)

Side 2:
The Ba-Ba Song (K. Vernon-N. Eaton-W. Gailey)
Oh Why Not Tonight (Woods)
I'll Tell You Where To Go (Vernon-Lane-Hood)
Is It Me (K. Vernon-N. Eaton-W. Gailey)
Raining On A Sunny Day Without You (K. Vernon-N. Eaton-W. Gailey)
Eye To Eye (With LaWanda Lindsey) (Jo Gibson)

Produced by:
Slim Williamson

Album Design by

Dan Quest Art Studio

    I'm not much of a writer. I have a hard enough time talking, unless I'm talking about something or someone I like. I'm gonna write about both now ... a friend and his music.
    There's something new happening in country music, although nothing has really been changed, a lot has been added. It has a bigger sound, new songs that are written about something besides dead horses and lost women (I just made that up), and one of the best things to happen to country music is KENNY VERNON. Kenny has a style all of his own, and once you've heard this album, you'll know what I mean when I say he can take an old song and make it sound like new.
    Kenny and I have been friends for a long time and I've always known he would become a big artist in country music and I'm happy to see him get the recognition he deserves.
    Yes, there's something new happening in country music and Kenny Vernon is 'what's happening'.
Waylon Jennings