Show ChordPro output. Don't perform this check again. The single release featured "Charlotte's in North Carolina," one of several previously-unreleased tracks sung by Whitley on the album, as the B-side.
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A Chord Builder. Alison Krauss, already a veteran bluegrass fiddler and vocalist at age 23, recorded "When You Say Nothing at All" with her country group, Union Station, in 1994 for a tribute album to Whitley titled Keith Whitley: Add Dots Set Fingers.
It is among the best-known hit songs for three different performers: Alison Krauss Writer: Want to make more adjustments? No, Thanks!
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Keith Whitley, who took it to the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart on December 24, 1988; Alison Krauss, whose version was her first solo top-10 country hit in 1995; and Irish pop singer Ronan Keating, whose version was his first solo single and a chart-topper in the United Kingdom and Ireland in 1999.
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The single's B-side was a previously unreleased Whitley song titled "Charlotte's in North Carolina", which also appeared on the tribute album. I didn't find any chords in your song -- it's probably not in ChordPro format. After Krauss's cover began to receive unsolicited airplay, BNA Records, the label that had released the album, issued Krauss' version to radio in January 1995.