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Marty Robbins in 1964 singing about that ‘Devil Woman’

The legendary Marty Robbins took us to a lot of places to meet a lot of people. In this great classic video from 1964 Marty tells us all about the 'Devil Woman'.

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Brooks And Dunn With Their Great Classic ‘Boot Scootin’ Boogie’

Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn with the classic 'Boot Scootin' Boogie'.

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Alabama On Stage Singing One Of Their Greatest Classics, ‘Dixieland Delight’

Country Music Hall of fame group Alabama on stage with 'Dixieland Delight'.

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This Guy May Have Been Country Music’s Greatest Redneck

Here's one for all you Redneck's! Vernon Oxford only had one big hit, but in 1976 all the redneck's stood up and saluted 'Red (The Redneck National Anthem)'!

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There Are Artist’s Who Pretend To Be Cowboys, And Then There’s The Real Deal, Chris LeDoux

Here's a great classic from the late Chris LeDoux.

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The Possum Sings His Great Classic Hit ‘Bartender’s Blues’

George Jones on stage singing his great classic 'Bartender's Blues'.

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Here’s Somthing You Don’t Hear In Country Music Anymore. Bring On The Yodeling Suzy!

Classic Country Star Suzy Bogguss with 'I Want To Be A Cowboys Sweetheart'.

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The Legendary Jim Reeves Sings One Of His Greatest Classics

Gentleman Jim Reeves was born August 30th 1923 in Galloway, Texas. With his first recordings in the early 1950′s, Jim quickly established himself as one of the great country crooners in history.

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Here’s The Song That Introduced George Strait To Millions Of People Around The World

The song that introduced George Strait to million of people.

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One Of The Biggest ‘Crossover’ Artists Of The 1970′s, The Eagles And ‘Desperado’

The Eagles weren't country. And they weren't rock. They were both.

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