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Originally Posted by Mackay_Sagebrush
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Apparently very few Campfire members have heard of a guy named Jimmie Rodgers. But that's not surprising.....


Colter Wall,

A very talented young singer from Canada has a song called 13 Silver Dollars that he references Jimmie Rodgers. He says
he sang "Blue Yodel number 9". Great song and the kid sounds a lot like a young Waylon Jenning with a bit of early Chris Ledoux thrown in.

Thanks for the heads-up....


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Originally Posted by mjbgalt
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Apparently very few Campfire members have heard of a guy named Jimmie Rodgers. But that's not surprising.....

Good stuff. Didn't know you were a fan

Yep, and am not only a fan of country music but have played in a couple of bands. Oh, and have been to Nashville and been to both Grand Ole Oprys, as well as the Country Music Hall of Fame.


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Originally Posted by Mule Deer
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Apparently very few Campfire members have heard of a guy named Jimmie Rodgers. But that's not surprising.....

Good stuff. Didn't know you were a fan

Yep, and am not only a fan of country music but have played in a couple of bands. Oh, and have been to Nashville and been to both Grand Ole Oprys, as well as the Country Music Hall of Fame.

You a Ray Wiley Hubbard fan too?

Old boy sings about reloading a bit.

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Originally Posted by JGRaider
George Strait and his 60 #1's is the king, and nobody is even close.
Conway Twitty
Merle Haggard
Ronnie Milsap
Alabama
Charley Pride
Alan Jackson
Dolly Parton
Reba McEntire
Don Williams


#1 George Strait 60 #1 king always has been always Will be. No cussing no slang words no hopping around the stage just a clean cut country stud hands down
#2 Merle Haggard - hell of a singer and writer
#3 david Allen coe - maybe nasty but a hell of a writer
#4 Waylon
#5 Conway
#6 Hank SR
#7 Keith WHitley = wish he could have lived longer
#8 Marty Robbins
#9 Patsy cline - maybe should be higher
#10 George Jones - just a classic

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Vern Gosdin HAS to be on that list somewhere….


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Originally Posted by Higginez
Originally Posted by Mule Deer
Originally Posted by mjbgalt
Originally Posted by Mule Deer
Apparently very few Campfire members have heard of a guy named Jimmie Rodgers. But that's not surprising.....

Good stuff. Didn't know you were a fan

Yep, and am not only a fan of country music but have played in a couple of bands. Oh, and have been to Nashville and been to both Grand Ole Oprys, as well as the Country Music Hall of Fame.

You a Ray Wiley Hubbard fan too?

Old boy sings about reloading a bit.

You gots the TB blues?

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For Barsness. This fella sure knows how to turn a phrase.



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Cool, didn't know the Bull Goose Rifle Looney was in that kind of band. Geez now I wanna hear the 9.3BS Blues...

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Originally Posted by chlinstructor
Originally Posted by Docbar
I couldn’t do 10. Here’s the top 12 in no particular order.

Hank Williams
Townes Van Zandt
George Jones
Patsy Cline
Merle Haggard
Waylon Jennings
Johnny Cash
Conway Twitty
George Straight
Charlie Pride
Marty Robbins
Chris Ledoux

Townes Van Zandt was a great songwriter. But kinda like Kris Kristofferson, neither could carry a tune in a bucket. 😬

Agreed, but I still like to listen to him.

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WOW, four pages and only one mention each of Ray Price and Vern (The Voice) Gosdin.

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Originally Posted by Elkhunter49
George Strait
Robert Earl Keen
Vince Gill
Willie Nelson
Merle Haggard
Gene Watson
Waylon Jennings
Alan Jackson
Jerry Jeff Walker
Bob Wills

Pull Alan Jackson, Vince, and Gene. Pretty damn great list.

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Originally Posted by Higginez
For Barsness. This fella sure knows how to turn a phrase.


Ray Wylie Hubbard is fantastic.

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Can't really disagree with anyone mentioned, but how the hell can you pick just ten. LOL

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Originally Posted by guy57
Can't really disagree with anyone mentioned, but how the hell can you pick just ten. LOL


It's that hanco fuggers fault!


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Clint Black
Brad Paisley
Brooks and Dunn to name a few

Nothing beats willie, Waylon and Johnny Cash, and king George.

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And no mention of Lefty Frizzell.

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Originally Posted by guy57
And no mention of Lefty Frizzell.

Ahem...


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