Tammy Wynette was an American artist, who lived between 1942 and 1998.
She was a singer, songwriter, and musician and she was famous in the country music field.
Wynette was called the First Lady of The Country Music and the song we are going to write about, Stand By Your Man, was her best-selling song.
The song soon became her career-defining hit.
Stand by Your Man was co-written by Tammy and Billy Sherrill and was released in September 1968, as part of the album Stand by Your Man. The song is a little sad but strong.
It belongs to the Country genre, produced by Billy Sherrill, and has a length of 2:38 minutes.
The song was the most successful of Tammy’s career and is one of the most familiar songs in the history of country music.
It got number one on CMT’s list of the Top 100 Country Music Songs, stayed number one on the United States country charts for more than three weeks.
Stand by Your Man reached number one in the UK Singles Chart and earned the Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance, Female in 1970.
Because it was so special, Stand By Your Man was selected as an addition to the National Recording Registry, being considered as a culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant song.
Once released, the free Stand by Your Man piano sheet music was loved by the public and critics. It appeared in many movies, like for example Five Easy pieces in 1970, The Blues Brothers in 1980, The Crying Game in 1992, and many others.
It was also used as the title song for the German comedy show named Dietsche, and it also appears on the game named Karaoke Revolution Country.
There are a lot of cover versions by famous artists, and there is also a Hebrew translation of the free Stand By Your Man piano sheets, a version that was written by famous Israeli lyricist Ehud Manor.
Riki Gal performed this version. Patti Page cover was also very nice, released in 1968, or Candi Staton’s one in 1970.
It would be lovely if you tried to play Stand by Your Man at your piano, as you already have the free information on our website.