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The Glaser Brothers
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Merle Travis [1980] … was an old-time country singer best known for his superior guitar playing, down-home style of songwriting, storytelling. His unique style of guitar playing is still today called Travis Picking. Let’s listen to a couple of songs he wrote and recorded: Smoke Smoke Smoke [1947] and Too Much Sugar For A Dime in 1951 … note, he also wrote and recorded the original Sixteen Tons … ok, I’ll throw in one more song Midnight Special [1968]
Claude Gray
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Merle Travis
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Tompall & the Glaser Brothers [2003] … oddly, this unique three-brother group was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville yet they never had a #1 hit and only 2 top 10 songs … Slim Whitman had far more chart success yet he is not in the Hall, hmmm. Loving Her Was Easier reached #2 in 1971. After All These Years live in 1982 and Through The Eyes of Love in 1967
Vanessa Kenaston
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Claude Gray [1999] the “Tall Texan” [6’ 5”] with a deep smooth voice has had a solid career but only four top 10 songs … Another Cup of Coffee was his highest-ranking song at # was his highest-ranking song at #4 in 1960. 4 in 1960. Want a couple more... sure you do: The Kind You Find Tonight Forget Tomorrow in  1968 and I Just Want To Be Alone in 1961.
Vanessa Kenaston [2004] with Roger and Sharon [2004]: This is a name you likely have not heard. She is a fine young lady that performs with the Kenastons in the Midwest. The Kenastons are an excellent country band that has their own festival; the Wahoo Country Music Show, in Wahoo, Nebraska. This fine family band backed June a couple of times at Bob’s annual festival ... in fact, Vanessa sang spontaneous back-up harmony a few fines. Here is Vanessa in 2015: You And Me and Cry Myself To Sleep as well as Vanessa in 2021 with a fine Old Gospel tune Never Grow Old.

Up next, one of the all-time greats, Whispering Bill Anderson...