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Ralph Emory

A former all-night DJ at WSM (the main one about whom the Byrds wrote “Medication Store Truck Traveling Guy”) and a longtime sponsor of Nashville Now, Ralph Emery has liked a long music career aswell, consisting of many childrens’ albums recorded using the puppet Shotgun Crimson, a co-host of Nashville …

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Curly Chalker

Harold Lee “Curly” Chalker is definitely a departed great from the pedal steel acoustic guitar, referred to as “Curls” to his friends and known surely by his sound, if not actually by his name, to mobs of nation music fans. Chalker reached an enormous audience playing metal acoustic guitar on …

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Deadbeat Society

The Michigan-based Deadbeat Society mixes contemporary bluegrass with components of jazz, golf swing, blues and rock. The music group includes Colby Maddox (mandolin, fiddle), Roy Elder (bass), David Mosher (electric guitar) and Tim Farnham (banjo). The debut, Before We Arrive, made an appearance on Schoolkids’ Information.

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Kathie Baillie

Nation vocalist Kathie Baillie had an extended and successful profession in the music on the way towards the discharge of her initial solo record in 2007. Kathie Baillie was created in Morristown, NJ, in 1951, and spent the majority of her youth in Orange, CT; her parents inspired her youthful …

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The Dirty Guv’nahs

A classic-sounding Southern rock-band from Knoxville, Tennessee, the Dirty Guv’nahs (frontman Adam Trimble, Hammond organist Chris Doody, pianist Michael Jenkins, guitarists Michael Jenkins and Cozmo Holloway, and brothers Justin and Aaron Hoskins on bass and drums, respectively) create an energized music mix that recalls the Dark Crowes, Lynyrd Skynyrd, as …

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Crossin’ Dixon

Made up of equal parts Southern rock and roll and contemporary country, Crossin’ Dixon increased to Nashville’s attention in the mid-2000s on the effectiveness of their live take action. The four Mississippi natives — vocalist Jason Miller, drummer Michael Bole, and guitarists/vocalists Brandon Hyde and Charlie Grantham — 1st performed …

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Una Healy

Irish singer/songwriter Una Healy found fame as one-fifth of girl group the Saturdays before starting a single career following the group continued indefinite hiatus in 2015. Delivered on Oct 10, 1981 in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, the niece of nation vocalist Declan Nerney, she was a champ swimmer as a kid …

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Lost State of Franklin

Straddling folk and bluegrass, Cleveland, OH’s Shed Condition of Franklin began when founding member J. Scott Franklin was let go in 2004. Reinventing himself being a journeying solo musician, the vocalist and multi-instrumentalist was asked to play on the 2006 Money Bash in Chicago. He recognized, but a couple of …

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Charie Gore

During his heyday, Charlie Gore was referred to as “the tall handsome man from West Virginia.” Through the early ’50s, he was the celebrity of Midwestern Hayride on WLW radio and tv in Cincinnati. Gore was created in Chapmanville, Western Virginia and experienced extensive radio encounter before arriving at WLW. …

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Corbin/Hanner

Bob Corbin and David Hanner met in senior high school, and began composing tunes together after viewing the Beatles around the Ed Sullivan Display. The young music artists cut an recording for Jubilee, nonetheless it proceeded to go nowhere. It wasn’t until university that this duo started to have some …

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