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Boxcar Willie, was an American country music singer-songwriter and enlisted United States Air Force Flight Engineer, who sang in the "old-time hobo" music style, complete with dirty face, overalls, and a floppy hat. Wikipedia

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    American country music singer and songwriter. Although he started out singing straight-up country and western material in the 1970s, he moved towards a more pop-friendly sound in the 1980s, bringing him further success on not just the country charts, but the pop charts as well. Wikipedia

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  • Shane McAnally

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  • Kelly Willis

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  • Sam Riggs

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  • Luanne Hunt

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  • Jean Shepard

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  • Shoji Tabuchi

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  • Kasey Lansdale

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  • Shirley Collie Nelson

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  • Charlie Louvin

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  • Amber Hayes

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  • Skeeter Davis

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  • Ray Price (musician)

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  • Bob Ferguson (musician)

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  • Mallary Hope

    American country music singer-songwriter. EP of the same name on August 4, 2009. Wikipedia

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