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The year was 1976.  RCA released an album that wold change the look of Country Music, the sound of Country Music.

The album was a million seller and was called “Wanted: The Outlaws”.  It featured the music of Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Jessi Colter and Tompall Glaser.

This weekend on “Classic Country Today”, host Keith Bilbry will feature the music of this historically important album, plus talk with the late great Ferlin Husky and highlight the songwriting talents of Mac Davis.

Don’t miss “Classic Country Today” with Keith Bilbry Saturday evening at 6 and Sunday morning at 10 on AM 1000 KXRB and KXRB.com!

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