Profile: American Christian singer and songwriter, June 17, 1933 in Hyden, Kentucky. Sites: bettyjeanrobinson. Variations: Viewing All Betty Jean Robinson. B. J. Robinson, B. Robinson, . Robinson, Betty J. Robinson, Betty Jean Robertson, Betty Jean Robison, Betty Robinson, Robinson. The Woman In Your Life (7", Promo).
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Betty Jean Robinson (born Betty Jean Rhodes; June 17, 1933) is a Christian music singer and songwriter. Rhodes was born in Hyden, Kentucky, on the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. She lived in poverty until she was old enough to make her way to Nashville. She married William Harold Robinson and started writing songs in the country music field. She would later be voted Billboard Magazine's songwriter of the year.
Thanks Betty Jean for the many uplifting Saturday afternoons my family spent with you and your program, "Up On Melody Mountain. You have blessed my soul and I wish to just let you know that. My Husband and Children and I could not wait until your program came on, on Saturdays or any time you sang everything stopped in our house and we were your audience! I do have some of your Tapes and CD's . The Blood That Stained The Old Rugged Cross," "My Father Knows What I Need," "No Grave Is Going To Hold My Body Down . I don't think there's one song on this album that isn't wonderful.
Who doesn't know, He is Jehovah or To the Glory of My Father? Songs that have been broadcasted over the airwaves for a great many years. Betty Jean Robinson voted female country songwriter of the year by Billboard magazine. But even at the height of her songwriting and recording career in country western music, she felt God calling her out of secular music. She immediately began writing songs for His glory,songs like "Jesus Is Alive and Well," On the way home," "Jehovah Jireh," Ride Out your Storm," and "He is Jehovah.
Elizabeth R. Schwartz (née Robinson; August 23, 1911 – May 18, 1999) was an American athlete and winner of the first Olympic 100 m for women. Robinson was born in Riverdale, Illinois, and was a student at Thornton Township High School when she achieved national acclaim as an Olympic champion. Robinson ran her first official race on March 30, 1928, at the age of 16, an indoor meet where she finished second to Helen Filkey in the 60-yard dash
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- Written By – Betty Jean Robinson