Hey, did you know you can buy a Colt .45 Conway Twitty Tribute Pistol if you happen to have an extra two grand lying around?
Hell, if you collect firearms you should probably go ahead and make the purchase and put it right next to your George Jones Tribute Rifle. Both these firearms come from a Second Amendment-loving outfit known as America Remembers, headquartered in Ashland, Virginia. Poking around their website, I see their tributes go far beyond Conway Twitty and George Jones. They've also issued scores of other firearms commemorating figures such as Elvis, Melvin Purvis, John Dillinger, Roy Rogers, John Wayne, the Navajo Code Talkers, and even Travis Tritt!
If you'd prefer to remember Conway Twitty for his talents as a singer and songwriter, here are a few MP3s to help you out. All were written by Twitty, with the exception of Pop A Top, which was composed by Nat Stuckey.
Conway Twitty - Pop A Top (2:11)
Thanks to Dave The Spazz for fixing me up with the murderously twisted Ain't It Sad To Stand And Watch Love Die.