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Lonzo and Oscar
Classic Country Music YouTube

It’s 1948 and a Song Called ‘I’m My Own Grandpa’ Is Selling 4 Million Copies. Who Are Those Guys?

You know Laurel and Hardy. You know Abbott and Costello. You know Martin and Lewis. Now meet Lonzo and Oscar.

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Dan Seals
Dan Seals Greatest Hits Album

Dan Seals Had 16 Top Ten Hits Including 11 Number Ones. But What Was His First? And His Last?

Dan Seals may be the most underrated artist in country music history. 16 Top Ten hits, including 11 number one's. But what was his first #1? And his last?

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dave_and_sugar_lp_screen

Whatever Happened To Dave And Sugar?

If you were a Country Music fans in the 1970's, you knew who Dave and Sugar were. If you weren't, let me introduce you to one of the '70's biggest country music hit-maker's.

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Waylon Jennings
via lowdown Youtube

With over 50 Top Ten Hits and 15 Number One’s, Waylon Jennings Is a Country Music Legend. But What Was His First #1?

Waylon Jennings is a country music legend whose name was atop the country chart fifteen times. But what was his very first number one? And his last?

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Anne Murray
Via Capitol Records

Whatever Happened To Anne Murray

There weren't a lot of country music star's coming out of Springhill, Nova Scotia Canada. But there was one, a big one. So whatever happened to Anne Murray?

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Kathy Mattea
BPMONKMAN YouTube

Whatever Happened To Country Star Kathy Mattea?

She had several Top 10 and #1 hits. She had six consecutive albums that went gold or platinum. So whatever happened to Kathy Mattea?

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Mel McDaniel
via Wicker Bill YouTube

It’s 1985 and Heaven Help Us ‘Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On’

It's late 1984. A new song has been released, and by early 1985 we all knew that 'Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On'! Let's sing along with this great classic.

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Lorne Green
via YouTube

Whatever Happened To Lorne Greene?

He's best known as Ben Cartwright on the western classic 'Bonanza'. But in 1964 Lorne Greene topped the Country Music chart with 'Ringo'.

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Ernest Tubb
Courtesy Decca Records

Whatever Happened To Ernest Tubb?

There are legends in country music. And then there are icons. Ernest Tubb is an icon of classic country music. Whatever happened to Ernest Tubb?

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Barbara Mandrell and Sisters
via John Jones YouTube

When Barbara Mandrell and Her Sisters Came on TV We All Watched, Laughed and Loved the Country Music

It's 1980. Quiet down. It's time for 'Barbara Mandrell And The Mandrell Sisters'.

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