Hubert Brad Lewis (born December 7, 1932 in Yeaddiss, Kentucky), known professionally as Hugh X. Lewis, is an American country music singer. He recorded between 1964 and 1979 for various labels, and charted fifteen singles on the Hot Country Songs charts. Lewis's debut single, "What I Need Most", peaked at number 21 on this chart. Lewis also co-wrote Stonewall Jackson's number one single "B.J. the D.J."


Hubert Brad Lewis was born in Yeaddiss, Kentucky.[1] He worked at a steel mill in Kentucky and moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1963 and first had success as a songwriter, writing "B.J. the D.J." for Stonewall Jackson; Mac Wiseman and George Morgan also covered Lewis's songs.[2]

In 1964, Lewis released his first single for Kapp Records, "What I Need Most". The song peaked at number 21 on the U.S. country singles charts.[1] Lewis released ten more singles for Kapp, including the top 40 hits "Out Where the Ocean Meets the Sky", "I'd Better Call the Law on Me", "You're So Cold (I'm Turning Blue)" and "Evolution and the Bible". He also had a Top 20 hit in Canada with "All Heaven Broke Loose".[3]

Lewis opened a club in Printer's Alley in 1972, where he hosted a television show also titled Hugh X. Lewis Country Club.[4]

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