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Whatever Happened To Bobby Goldsboro

Where were you in 1968? Chances are you were listening to the biggest hit of the year sung by Bobby Goldsboro.

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KXRB Greatest Song of the Century

'Ring of Fire' (1963) by Johnny Cash vs. 'Okie from Muskogee' (1969) by Merle Haggard

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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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Country Music Superstar Alan Jackson Will Be Coming To Brookings May 2nd

Country Music Superstar Alan Jackson coming to the Swiftel Center in Brookings May 2nd.

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One Of Nashville’s Greatest Songwriters Paul Craft Dies At 76

Paul Craft wrote classics like 'Brother Jukebox', 'Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life' and 'Dropkick Me Jesus (Through The Goalpost Of Life)'. He was 76.

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Whatever Happened To Country Music Star Margo Smith?

Margo Smith was a major country music star in the 1970's and 1980's.

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Aaron Watson Proves That Real Country Music Is Alive And Well!

If you're worried that real country music is at death's door, I have great news! Aaron Watson is putting out great (real) country songs!

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You Think Animation Is Slick Now, Just Check It Out In This Classic 1950′s M&M’s Commercial

A great Classic TV commercial from the 1950's for M&M's...and some dazzling animation included!

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You Voted George Jones The Greatest Country Legend Ever. Now Listen To That Legend Talk About His Life, His Career

The legendary George Jones talks about his incredible life and career. Watch here.

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The Summer Of 1980 Was The Summer Of ‘Who Shot J.R.’?

The summer of 1980 was filled with one overriding question: Who shot J.R.?

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