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Marty Robbins - Combined Touring Bus and Plane
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Marty Robbins was arguably the best singer, songwriter, multi-instrument musician, actor, race car driver ... the ultimate entertainer … and quite a character. He enjoyed cutting up. Marty's first #1 hit was Singing The Blues in 1956; Since we covered Marty at length during the previous site update we'll move on. Hold it, not so quick!  Before we get to Hank Snow, let's ask Marty to sing 1962's April Fool’s Day and 1964's Only A Picture Stops Time.
Ernest Tubb - Tour Bus
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Hank Snow was a dear friend of June’s Dad, James. 
He was a very serious Country Music singer. When newer acts began changing real Traditional 
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A true gentleman was the tall, lanky Ernest Tubb. A very quiet man that let his music do his talking. His path to stardom was interesting, a very good read … including being a fine singer and yodeler until a 1939 tonsillectomy altered his voice thus singing style. He turned to songwriting instead. However, a year or so later he signed with another label to attempt to re-energize his singing career. In 1941, after a handful of misfires, Walking the Floor Over You shot ET to stardom … 18 of his next 20 songs reaching the top 10 … he never looked back. By the way, his re-recording of Walking the Floor Over You 24 years later in 1965 won a Gold Record. Let’s spin another 45 of ET’s, Another Story.
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Country Music, he was very emphatic that he did not like it. That aside, Hank was quite the ballad singer as evidenced by 1963’s Changing of the Tide and Each Minute Seems A Million Years in 1953. Oh, what the Heck let’s throw in the beautiful Yellow Roses from 1955.
Hank Snow- Tour Bus
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One of June’s favorite show companions was Little Jimmy Dickens aka Tater [a moniker Hank Williams tagged him with]. His 2015 passing was painful to June, as it has been each time she lost one of her music friends. He was a gentleman, funny, engaging and quite a One thing that bothered June was that she knew he was an excellent ballad singer yet during shows he nearly always sang the novelty songs such as May the Bird of ...
Little Jimmy Dickens - Tour Bus
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