Ernest Tubb is one of the most unique individuals in the history of country music. Starting out singing in a style like his hero, Jimmie Rodgers, his singing forever changed, following a tonsillectomy. The procedure left him with a singing style unlike anyone else (though Junior Brown might be kind … Continue reading →
Who compares to George Jones and Vern Gosdin, pouring emotion into their music? Not too many, admittedly, but one that I rank highly on the emotion spilling level is Jack Greene. If you’re scratching your head at my opinion (that’s okay, my wife does, all the time), take a listen … Continue reading →
One of the highlights of my younger days in Indiana, were the yearly antique tractor shows. Held in nearly every state, they are especially popular throughout Mid-America. Places like Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Illinois, and Missouri, among others. If you’ve never been to one, they are a sight. Hundreds of vintage … Continue reading →
In part one of our look at country music artists who do, or don’t belong in the Hall of Fame, we looked at a list published by the country music website, TheBoot.com. If you haven’t read that part of the article, you can see it, here. Here’s a quick refresher. I … Continue reading →
Every so often in my various social media feeds, I get an article that comes up from TheBoot.com, about 10 Artists Who Should Be in The Country Music Hall of Fame. If curious, you can read their article, here. I admit, whenever these articles appear, or for that matter, anything … Continue reading →
I’ll be kicking things off, beginning at 4p ET, this afternoon, on WSFM-LPFM/AshevilleFM, which can be heard at 103.3 in Asheville, and worldwide at ashevillefm.org. Thre hours of country music gold, a little reminiscing, and lots of fun!
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