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The Glaser Brothers
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>> Waltz Across Texas <> Written by Quanah Talmadge Tubb aka Billy Tubb [Ernest Tubb’s nephew] <> Ernest had the original in 1965 <> Eddie Stubbs and The Johnson Mountain Boys covered the song in 1988. Most folks know of Eddie as a top Disc Jockey on the famed WSM Radio station in Nashville …home of the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday nights for the past 98 years. He also was the announcer for the Grand Ole Opry TV Show for 25 years. For a while he had an additional radio show, The Eddie Stubbs Show. Let’s not forget he was the host/announcer of the Marty Stuart Show on RFD TV. Awards include but are not limited to, Large Market Air Personality of the Year and Best Country Deejay. Hmmm, he is also considered to be a topnotch fiddle player … in fact, he is in the Bluegrass Hall of Fame
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>> Together Again <> hmmm, I repeat myself … Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee [1996] … Buck Owens <> The well-done original was by Buck Owens in 1964. Buck, who earlier in his career went by Corky Jones, penned Together Again in a few minutes therefore he considered it a throwaway song. Because of that, he made it the B-Side to his #1 smash hit the upbeat My Heart Skips A Beat. After My Heart… had been a #1 for 3 weeks Together Again knocked it off to become #1 for 2 weeks. Then lo and behold My Heart… became #1 again for 4 more weeks. There have been well over 100 covers of the song Buck felt was a loser <> Here is a terrific cover by George Jones and Tanya Tucker
>> Life Turned Her That Way <> written by Harlan Howard … yep, in Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame [1973] <> The song was inspired by Harlan’s second wife Jan Howard, at the time a struggling mother of three <> The original was on an album by Little Jimmy Dickens in 1964 <> Ricky Van Shelton took it to #1 in 1987 … Mel Tillis took it to #11 in 1967
Songwriters, Originals and Covers Continued
Harlan Howard <> Little Jimmy Dickens <> Rickie Van Shelton
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Billy Tubb <> Ernest Tubb <> Johnson Mountain Boys <> Eddie Stubbs <> Buck Owens <> George Jones <> Tanya Tucker
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