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  • Song credited to Hank Williams with words from Will Carleton. Released as a single under the pseudonym Luke the Drifter by MGM Records in 1950. Wikipedia

  • Song written by Fred Rose (credited under the pseudonym "Floyd Jenkins") and recorded by Hank Williams. Released as a posthumous single by MGM Records in 1956. Wikipedia

  • Song co-written by American country music artist Steve Wariner and recorded by Wariner and Garth Brooks. Released in June 2000 as the second single from the album Faith in You. Wikipedia

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  • Complete discography of all albums and singles credited to American country, punk rock, and heavy metal musician Hank Williams III, some of which were released without his approval. After he left the label, Curb Records decided to release old materials but advertising those albums as new releases. Wikipedia

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  • Frank Buckley Walker

    American talent agent and author from the New York City area. Some of his talent discoveries included country music singer Hank Williams, blues singer Bessie Smith and banjoist Samantha Bumgarner. Wikipedia

  • Don Cusic

    American author, songwriter and record producer who is best known as a historian of U.S. popular music. Author of 28 books, most of them related to country music; they include biographies of performers like Eddy Arnold, Roger Miller, Merle Haggard and Gene Autry. Wikipedia

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  • The King of Rock and Roll

    Little Richard's second album for Reprise Records, a follow-up album that contained one original Little Richard song, the gospel rock "In the Name" and a new song co-written by Producer H. B. Barnum, "Green Power", the single release; and versions of tracks by artists including Hank Williams, The Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas, Three Dog Night, and The Rolling Stones. Mock braggadocio that references Tom Jones, Elvis Presley, Ike & Tina Turner, Sly and the Family Stone and Aretha Franklin amongst others. Wikipedia

  • American journalist and author who wrote extensively about often-overlooked topics in the Southern United States such as country music, evangelism, football, stock car racing and the blue collar people he met on his journeys around the South. Born in 1936 in Birmingham, Alabama, where his father was a truck driver. Wikipedia

  • Little Jimmy Dickens

    American country music singer and songwriter famous for his humorous novelty songs, his small size (4'11" [150 cm]), and his rhinestone-studded outfits, in which he is given credit for introducing into country music live performances). He started as a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1948 and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1983. Before his death he was the oldest living member of the Grand Ole Opry. Born in Bolt, West Virginia. Wikipedia

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