If I Talk To Him - Various - Grand Ole Opry: Program No. 241 (Vinyl, LP)

Download If I Talk To Him - Various - Grand Ole Opry: Program No. 241 (Vinyl, LP)

Label: Grand Ole Opry - none • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country


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  1. Bill Anderson (born James William Anderson III; November 1, ) is an American country music singer-songwriter and producer. He also has been credited as a television personality and author. As a songwriter, his compositions have been covered by various music artists since the late s, including Ray Price and George ersanbadinonsmul.evrycontsongvagapawelvenewsmactio.co a singer, his soft-spoken singing voice was given the nickname Born: James William Anderson III, November 1, .
  2. Jun 11,  · When Vince Gill stepped onto the Grand Ole Opry stage to sing along with Little Big Town, no one expected him to openly defy the instructions he had been issued with regarding his performance. The man went on and delivered a stunning rendition of Why Me Lord alongside the quartet in a manner that will not be forgotten by many.
  3. Ruby Jane Smith (born November 17, ) is an American-born fiddle player, singer, and songwriter in the traditional bluegrass and Americana music genres. The youngest fiddler invited to play the Grand Ole Opry, Smith has toured and recorded with Asleep at the Wheelâs Ray Benson and Willie Nelson, and has performed on Austin City Limits.
  4. Arthur Smith (April 1, – April 3, ) was an American musician, songwriter, and producer of records, as well as a radio and TV host. Smith produced radio and TV shows; The Arthur Smith Show was the first nationally syndicated country music show on television. After moving to Charlotte, North Carolina, Smith developed and ran the first commercial recording studio in the ersanbadinonsmul.evrycontsongvagapawelvenewsmactio.co: April 1, , Clinton, South Carolina, United States.
  5. Also appears as "Starday" only. Starday Records was started in Beaumont, Texas in by Pappy Daily and Jack Starnes, Jr. The "Starday" name is a combination of Starnes' and Daily's names. The label recorded country & western, Cajun and sacred music. Short history - .
  6. Also in , he joined the Grand Ole Opry and made his first appearance on ABC-TV’s Ozark Jubilee, where he was a fill-in host from May–July For his earliest RCA recordings, Reeves was still singing with the loud style of his first recordings, considered standard for .
  7. Aug 14,  · In fact, she was nearly fired from the Grand Ole Opry in the early s for sermonizing at length from the stage at the Ryman Auditorium. Connie married again, to a telephone repairman named Marshall Haynes, and brought her family on the road with her (in a much-truncated schedule). They had three daughters together.
  8. J.R. "Johnny " Cash (February 26, – September 12, ) was an Americansinger-songwriter, actor, and author,[ 2 ] widely considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century.[ 3 ] Although primarily remembered as acountry music icon, his genre-spanning songs and sound embraced rock and roll,rockabilly, blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal won Cash the rare.
  9. Probably no one in the long history of country music was 'Born to Sing' more than Connie ersanbadinonsmul.evrycontsongvagapawelvenewsmactio.co stands alongside Patsy Cline as the best pure singer the music has yet produced. Discovered by Bill Anderson in West Virginia, Connie Smith became a star overnight when her recording of Bill Anderson's Once A Day shot to Number One on the country charts in (the first debut single by a female.

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