Born in Florence, Alabama in 1942, Donnie Fritts began his career as a musician at the age of 15, playing drums and keyboard.
In 1965 Fritts began writing songs and had songs recorded by Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Willie Nelson and others.
As a songwriter, Donnie's songs were performed and appeared on the national charts by Charlie Rich (You're Gonna Love Yourself In the Morning' (1980), Dolly Parton (We Had It All-1986), and Waylon Jennings (We Had It All-1973… read more
|1||Play on spotify||Short End Of The Stick||1,420 listeners|
|2||Muscle Shoals||760 listeners|
|3||Tuscaloosa 1962||753 listeners|
|4||(My Life Would Make) A Damn Good Country Song (Bonus Track)||594 listeners|
|5||Play on spotify||We Had It All||408 listeners|
|6||Sumpin' Funky Going On||385 listeners|
|7||Play on spotify||Sumpin Funky Going On||353 listeners|
|8||Errol Flynn||300 listeners|
|9||Rainbow Road||265 listeners|
|10||Play on spotify||The Oldest Baby in the World||250 listeners|