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- For the album by Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae, see Peace in the Valley (Jo Stafford album) or the album by Daniel O'Donnell, see Peace in the Valley (Daniel O'Donnell album).
|"Peace in the Valley"|
|Song by Mahalia Jackson|
|Writer||Thomas A. Dorsey|
|Red Foley and the Sunshine Boys, Jo Stafford, Elvis Presley, Connie Francis, Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Screaming Trees, Faith Hill, Art Greenhaw with Tom Brumley, The Jordanaires and The Light Crust Doughboys|
"Peace in the Valley" is a 1937 song written by Thomas A. Dorsey, originally for Mahalia Jackson. The song became a hit in 1951 for Red Foley and the Sunshine Boys, reaching No. 7 on the Country & Western Best Seller chart. It was among the first gospel recordings to sell one million copies. Foley's version was a 2006 entry into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry.
After the success of Red Foley's interpretation, Jo Stafford recorded the song for her 1954 gospel album Garden of Prayer. Because of the rendition by Elvis Presley (with backing by The Jordanaires) in 1957 the song forever became a country-pop favorite. Since then it was covered by: Connie Francis on her 1961 album Sing Along with Connie Francis; Johnny Cash on his At San Quentin live album; Loretta Lynn; Screaming Trees, as a B-side to their "Dollar Bill" single; Ronnie Milsap; Art Greenhaw with The Jordanaires, Tom Brumley and The Light Crust Doughboys for the Grammy-Nominated album starring Ann-Margret titled God Is Love: The Gospel Sessions and Faith Hill, for a concert special.
"Peace in the Valley" was sung by Eddie Clendening, portraying Elvis Presley, in the Broadway musical Million Dollar Quartet, which opened in New York in April 2010. Eddie Clendening also covered the song on the Million Dollar Quartet original Broadway cast album, copyright 2010 by MDQ Merchandising, LLC.
- Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 124.
- The National Recording Registry 2006
- archives, 2001-period Grammy Nominees, Nationa Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences records and www.grammy.com
- Zielinski, Peter James. "Photo Coverage: Million Dollar Quartet Opens on Broadway". Posted: 12:04 PM; Monday, April 12, 2010. 
- MDQ Merchandising LLC (2010). “Song List” and “Performing Credits”. In Million Dollar Quartet (p. 5) [CD booklet]. New York City: Avatar Studios; and Chicago: Chicago Recording Company.
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