Watch a Young Conway Twitty’s Rare Performance of One of His Earliest Hits

by Melissa Castellanos Published Apr 19, 2017

Conway Twitty kicked off his career in the ‘50s as a rock n’ roll singer and then he transitioned into a hugely successful country star in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Shortly after he debuted his first single, Twitty landed his first number one hit, “It’s Only Make Believe,” which he co-wrote with Jack Nance.

Watch Twitty give a heartfelt performance of the famous tune in color that tells the story of a man who’s in love with a woman who isn’t in love with him. While the relationship is just for show, he remains hopeful that one day she will love him back…


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