A country music group formed in the past due 50s, chiefly to accompany vocalist and guitarist Gene Kezer (b. 14 March c. 1932, Wisconsin, USA). This music group performed through in to the middle-60s, attaining moderate popularity, playing night clubs, rodeo and radio schedules from their bottom in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Kezer after that moved back again to his house condition where in the 80s he produced Three’s Country along with his sons, Mike and Wes. This trio performed for a few years around Madison, Wisconsin. Music in Kezer’s early repertoire consist of ‘I Ain’t NEVER REALLY HAD A Kiss Like That’, ‘Sioux Town Sue’, ‘Rocky Best’, ‘Memphis’, ‘Kansas Town’, ‘Crystal Chandeliers’, ‘The Just Period I’m Sober (Is normally When You’re Eliminated)’ and ‘Am I Shedding You’. With Three’s Nation he performed music such as for example ‘Six Days OVER THE Street’, ‘Mansion OVER THE Hill’, ‘When My Blue Moon Changes To Gold Once again’, ‘Consider Me TOWARDS THE Nation’, ‘Aged Fire’ and ‘They’ll Hardly ever Take Her Appreciate From Me’.