Statler Brothers & George Jones

The Statler Brothers were an American country music Quartet vocal group founded in 1955 in Staunton, Virginia. Air Marshal Sir George Jones, KBE, CB, DFC (18 October 1896 – 24 August 1992) was a senior commander in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). 5.0/5

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What a nice weekend it has been---Now to the perfect ending--Tonight from 6 until 8 it's time again for Franks Kind of Country--Join me for 2 hours of Classic Country from George Jones--Faron Young-Tanya Tucker-the Statler Brothers--and more--PLUS last weekend Patty Loveless celebrated her 25 years on the Grand Ol Opry--so tonight I have Opry Dan on the show to talk a bit about that night and this great singer--I will play some of her songs and yes--Vince Gill was there so we will play some of his songs with Patty
99.9% of the time it's George Jones, Statler Brothers, Waylon, Johnny Cash, or Elvis
Today In Music, May 11 - 1963 - The Beatles started a 30 week run at No.1 on the UK album charts with their debut album 'Please Please Me', making it the longest running No.1 album by a group ever. 1964 - During a UK tour The Rolling Stones were refused lunch at The Grand Hotel, Bristol, where they were staying because they were not wearing jackets and ties. The following day the Daily Express ran the story with the headline, 'The Rolling Stones gather no lunch.' 1965 - Roger Miller was at No.1 on the US Country charts with 'King Of The Road.' The song has been covered by many other artists, including George Jones, Dean Martin, Boxcar Willie, Randy Travis, the Statler Brothers, and Rufus Wainwright & Teddy Thompson. The Proclaimers had a UK No.9 hit with their version of the song in 1990. 1970 - The triple soundtrack album 'Woodstock' was released in the US, going gold within two weeks. 1972 - John Lennon appeared on the US television *** Cavett Show', claiming he was under surveillance from the FBI. 19 ...
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