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Canadian-American country music artist. Wikipedia

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  • Lefty Frizzell

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  • Skeeter Davis

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  • Gordon Lightfoot

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  • Waylon Jennings

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  • Ernest Tubb

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  • Carter Family

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  • Hank Williams

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  • Rex Griffin

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  • Jimmie Rodgers (country singer)

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  • Eddy Arnold

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  • List of Billboard number-one country songs

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  • List of notable events in country music that took place in 1961. (as certified by Billboard) Wikipedia

  • Chet Atkins

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  • Owen Bradley

    American musician and record producer who, along with Chet Atkins, Bob Ferguson, Bill Porter, and Don Law, was one of the chief architects of the 1950s and 1960s Nashville sound in country music and rockabilly. Early age, and began playing in local nightclubs and roadhouses when he was a teenager. Wikipedia

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