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Twenty Five Number One Hits!

February 17, 2018

Tim McGraw learned to play guitar in college, and played some local bands, but when his hero, Keith Whitley died in 1989, McGraw quit college and moved to Nashville. It turned out to be a...

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Outlaw Highwayman

February 10, 2018

He had his first guitar at the age of six, a gift from his grandfather, wrote his first song at seven, and was playing in a band at ten. He became one of the best...

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Texas Talent

February 3, 2018

All five original members of Lonestar were natives of Texas, and they started out calling themselves Texassee. Lonestar charted more than 20 singles on the Hot Country Songs Chart including 9 that went to number...

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Top Country and Pop

January 27, 2018

With five Grammy nominations, an ACM Award and two Billboard Album of the Year Awards, Juice Newton was one of the top musical stars though the 80’s and 90’s. Her musical talent was noted early,...

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More than 25 Million Sold!

January 20, 2018

He believed in his own style, even though it was out of style in Nashville.  Dwight Yoakam moved to Los Angeles to hone his style and play his music his way. His first album, “Guitars,...

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The top of the Country Music world is a select place.  The best of the best. When the Queen of Country Music is mentioned, it’s Loretta Lynn’s name that comes to mind. She is the...

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Record Breakers

January 6, 2018

Sugarland released their debut single, “Baby Girl”, from their album, “Twice the Speed of Life”, in 2004 and spent 46 weeks on the charts.  The song peaked at number two, and set records for the...

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Pure Prairie Sound

December 30, 2017

Pure Prairie League first formed in 1965, and through various organizations, and personnel changes, continues to tour and entertain. “Amie” and “Let Me Love You Tonight” are two of the bands most memorable songs, with...

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Kay went to Lon Morris College where she majored in drama.  She put her studies to good use when she took to the New York stage in, “West Side Story”, “Promises, Promises”, and “Hello Dolly”....

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Original Singing Cowboy

December 16, 2017

Tracing the career of Gene Autry, would cover film, music, songwriting, acting, performing, rodeo and much more. He is remembered as the original singing cowboy, and for his many Christmas holiday songs. In 1946, Autry...

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