Who originally sang "Third Rate Romance"?


The Amazing Rhythm Aces originally sang "Third Rate Romance." The hit song was written by the band's lead singer, Russell Smith, and appeared on the album "Stacked Deck."

"Third Rate Romance" was the Amazing Rhythm Aces' debut single. In third-person lyrics, the country song tells the story of a man and woman who meet at a bar and leave together for a one-night stand at a motel.

Sammy Kershaw released a cover of "Third Rate Romance" in 1994. Featuring backup vocals by Amazing Rhythm Aces singer Russell Smith, Kershaw's version of the song reached number two on the U.S. charts.

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"Third Rate Romance" was first sung by Sammy Kershaw & then The
If you are referring to the song. It was written by Russell Smith of the Amazing Rhythm Aces.
"Third Rate Romance" was recorded by the American country rock band, Amazing Rhythm Aces on its 1975 album Stacked Deck. Sammy Kershaw has it in his 1994 album.
I think what the guy on TV meant was probably that it's another song about love and breaking-up like so many ballads... but a My Chemical Romance's version! And on the Black Parade
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