Marty Robbins was a country superstar who had 80 top 40 country hits to his credit, including 14 number ones, before his premature death during 1982. He also had 24 singles cross over onto the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Chart.
“Don’t Worry” was a huge country hit, remaining in the number one position on the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Country Chart for 10 weeks. It crossed over to the Pop Chart, January 30, 1961 and peaked at number three.
The song is famous for one of the first uses of a guitar fuzz tone by Grady Martin.