Classic Country

Johnny Cash

As a young budding Rockabilly star, Johnny used the base of a microphone stand to break out the foot lights at the Grand Old Opera. The stage manager told Johnny that , they did not need his kind around there. OOPS!

Patsy Cline

You can hear the growl of human emotion in Patsy voice, she took country to pop and pop to country as easy as a sweet dream.

Lefty Frizzell

I can remember my mother singing " If you got the money honey, I've got the time" That's right the infant Ranger was spoon fed and raised on Lefty Frizzell and looked what happened.

Merle Haggard

One of the greatest songwriters of all time, the country music world should be ever thankful to the California prison system for setting Merle Haggard on the straight and not so narrow path to the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Johnny Horton

George Jones

Loretta Lynn

Roger Miller

Willie Nelson

Buck Owens

Waylon Jennings

The late Waylon Jennings was one of the legendary original outlaws of country music, his deep rich voice will be sorely missed.

Marty Robbins

Marty Robbins gunfighter ballads have all the cinematic violence of a Sam Peckinpah film, sung with the golden honey voice of one of the greatest country music stars ever to shine.

Tennessee Ernie Ford

Ernest Tubb

Kitty Wells

The Wilders

Old time country, fiddle tunes,Honky-Tonk and Gospel- That's about all of the major muical food groups, so get a live helping of these folks and lissenup!

 

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