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Traditional American folk music group that recorded between 1927 and 1956. Wikipedia

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  • He adapted the melody from an old gospel song, "Oh My Loving Brother", which had been adapted by the country group the Carter Family for their song "When The World's On Fire".Woody Guthrie-Wikipedia
  • Cash met June of the famed Carter Family while on tour, and the two became infatuated with each other.Johnny Cash-Wikipedia
  • This incarnation of the old Carter Family featured Maybelle Carter and daughters June, Helen, and Anita.Chet Atkins-Wikipedia
  • That same year the Oak Ridge Boys recorded a single with Johnny Cash and the Carter Family, "Praise the Lord and Pass the Soup", that put them on the country charts for the first time.The Oak Ridge Boys-Wikipedia
  • The album includes songs made famous by the Stanley Brothers, the Carter Family, and Hank Williams, in addition to traditional songs and original compositions.Charlie Haden-Wikipedia
  • The 1920s also saw the marketing of gospel records by groups such as the Carter Family.Gospel music-Wikipedia

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