From 1937 to 1941, Johnny Wright and his sidekick Jack Anglin performed on an early morning radio show on WSIX in Nashville, Tennessee. The show was known as The Dixie Early Birds. The duo next took their music to Greensboro, North Carolina on WBIG and then to Charleston, West Virginia until 1943. From there, they moved to WNOX in Knoxville. In 1958, following a radio stop in Raleigh, the two men and Johnny's wife Kitty Wells became stars of Louisiana Hayride. Next stop brought them to become popular favorites on Grande Ole Opry. The Johnny and Jack Team were the Number One Country Music Duo of the Year from 1953 to 1958. In 1969, Johnny and Kitty began starring in their own Kitty Wells-Johnny Wright Family Show. Song credits that bear Wright's name include "Poison Love," "Hello Vietnam," "Ashes of Love," and "Don't let The stars Get In Your Eyes."