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Max D. Barnes Was One Of The Greatest Country Music Songwriters Ever

You may not know the name Max D. Barnes. But you know all about him through the many, many great country songs he wrote.

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April 2, 1956 Is A Historic Day In The History Of Country Music And Here’s Why

The legend that became Johnny Cash was born April 2, 1956.

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I’m A Cranky Old Man ‘Cause I Haven’t Seen Any Of The New Cartoons And I Sill Don’t Like ‘Em

It's Saturday morning, it's raining outside, I'm sitting on a linoleum floor in a farmhouse living room. And it's 'Tom and Jerry' time!

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Take One Part Minnie Pearl, One Part Roger Miller And One Part Larry Gatlin And You End Up With Country Fun!

One of my all time favorite talk shows was 'Nashville Now on the old TNN network.

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Whatever Happened To Joe Sun

Back in 1978 a lot of us loved the Country/Soul sound of Joe Sun on his hit 'Old Flames (Can't Hold A Candle To You). So whatever happened to Joe Sun?

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If You Weren’t A Rhinestone Cowboy Before 1975 You Were After

Music History was made the week of September 13, 1975.

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Raise Your Classic Country Hand If You Remember Lester ‘Roadhog’ Moran & The Cadillac Cowboys

Somewhere in the back of your mind, hiding there in that mist that is memory you may just recall the name. Lester 'Roadhog' Moran.

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Heaven Was A Saturday Night With A Cold Hamm’s Beer And A Hot Game Of Snooker

It was a smokey old Pool Hall in a small town. And I loved the magic that happened there.

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Whatever Happened To Susan Raye

Susan Raye swept across the world's music charts in 1971 with the international hit 'L.A. International Airport'. So whatever happened to this great singer?

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Freddie Hart Captivated The Country Music World In 1971 With ‘Easy Loving’

There are Country Music Classic's and then there are Country Music Signature songs. Here's the story behind Freddie Hart's 'Easy Loving'.

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