From the Independent (UK):
In 1962 he began to record for Acuff-Rose's own label,
He continued his chart run with "A Week in the Country", "I Love to Dance with Annie" and "Pushed in a Corner" (all 1964). In 1965 he appeared in the little-seen movie The Farmer's Other Daughter, the same year in which he enjoyed his final Top Ten hit, "The DJ Cried". Although he released further singles, his chart career effectively ended in 1970 with "The Look of Goodbye".
Ashworth's traditionalism inevitably appealed to many country fans on this side of the Atlantic and ensured that he continued to receive airplay in