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Chris LeDoux
Chris LeDoux album via Capitol Records Nashville

Some Country Music Artist’s Pretend They’re Cowboys. Not Many Are the Real Deal. This Guy Was.

Many country music artists pretend to be cowboy's. Meet the real deal. Chris LeDoux.

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Jerry Wallace
Jerry Wallace Album via David Mcclusky You Tube

Whatever Happened to Classic Country Star Jerry Wallace?

An episode of Rod Serling's "Night Gallery" vaulted Jerry Wallace to the top of the country music chart in 1973. So whatever happened to Jerry Wallace?

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Dick Curless
Dick Curless Album via Tower records

Whatever Happened to Classic Country Star Dick Curless?

Dick Curliss was much more than the truckin' song guy with the eye patch. Fin out whatever happened to Dick Curliss.

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Johnny Paycheck
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Whatever Happened to Johnny Paycheck?

1977 was the year of "Take This Job and Shove It". Whatever happened to Johnny Paycheck?

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Johnny Russell
Johnny Russell/RCA Records

Whatever Happened To Johnny Russell

'Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer'. In the fall of 1973, that song was a beer drinkers anthem! So whatever happened to the singer, Johnny Russell?

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Dan Blocker
HossGal1/You Tube

Lets Saddle up and Ride out to the Ponderosa and Revisit Hoss Cartwright

There was a time when 29 Westerns were on TV weekly. But there was only one 'Bonanza'. And there was only one Hoss Cartwright.

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K.T. Oslin
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Whatever Happened To K.T. Oslin?

K.T. Oslin sang an anthem for a generation of women with a great country classic from 1987. Remember '80's Ladies'? So whatever happened to K.T. Oslin?

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Enos 'Skeets' McDonald
HillbillyBoogie1 via YouTube

Enos McDonald Had a Country Music Smash That Stayed at Number One for 18 Weeks. So Who Is Enos McDonald?

Enos McDonald had a country smash that stayed at #1 for an incredible 18 weeks! So who is Enos McDonald?

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Whatever Happened To Freddy Fender?

1975 was a great year in Country Music. But it was a spectacular year for an artist named Freddy Fender.

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Gary Stewart
Brad Swiger via YouTube

If You Were (or Are) a Fan of Country ‘Honky-Tonk’ Music, You Know Gary Stewart Is a Legend

We used to call it 'Honky-Tonk' country music. It flourished in the 1950's, held on through the 1960's and had pretty much died in the 1970's. Except for this guy.

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