Cow – Jackson (Billy Edd Wheeler / Johnny Cash Cover)

From ” A Boy Named Sue – Johnny Cash Revisited ” Label: Trikont — US-298 Format: CD, Compilation Country: Germany Released: 2002 Tracklist 01. The Boinaut…

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June Carter & Johnny Cash – Jackson (live 1972) HD 0815007

Johnny Cash and June Carter – Jackson, a country hit in 1967. The Version of Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood became a hit in 1967, too. First recorded in 1963 …

Who are some great old counrty singers? I am not familiar as to what artist are really good. I haven’t listened too much, but im interested. Im looking for really old country albums, made anywhere from the 1920’s-80’s. Im not into the country rock, i like classic counrty with the steel guitars and such. Does anybody know of any artists that meet these standards?

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I can give you a large list of artists from the time period, However it will be no where near complete.Roy Acuff, Rex Allen, Rex Allen, Jr., Bill Anderson, John Anderson, Lynn Anderson, Liz Anderson, Eddy Arnold, Ernst Ashworth, Gene Autry, Hoyt Axton, Deford Baily, Razzy Bailey, Moe Bandy, Bobby Bare, Johnny Bond, Jim Ed Brown, Maxine Brown, T. Graham Brown, Ed Bruce, Jimmy Buffett, Johnny Bush, Glen Campbell, Henson Cargill, Bill Carlisle, Kim Carnes, Anita Carter, “Mother” Maybelle Carter, Wilf Carter, Johnny Carver, Johnny Cash, Tommy Cash, Roy Clark, Patsy Cline, Eddie Cochran, David Allan Coe, John Conlee, Earl Thomas Conley, Spade Cooley, Rita Coolidge, Helen Cornelius, Cowboy Copas, Billy “Crash” Craddock, Rodney Crowell, Dick CurlessVernon Dalhart, Lacy J Dalton, Charlie Daniels, Gail Davies, Mac Davis, Skeeter Davis, Eddie Dean, Jimmy Dean, Martin Delray, John Denver, Jimmie Dickens, Dave Dudley, Johnny Duncan, Roy Drusky, Slim Dusty, Barbara Fairchild, Donna Fargo, Narvel Felts, Freddy Fender, Red Foley, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Janie Fricke, David Frizzell, Lefty Frizzell, Larry Gatlin, Crystal Gayle, Bobby Gentry, Terry Gibbs, Don Gibso, Vince Gill, Mickey Gilley, Vern Godsin, Bobby Goldsboro, Jack Greene, Merle Haggard, Tom T Hall, Freddy Hart, Arlene Harden, Carolyn “Gus” Hardin, Emmylou Harris, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Jeanette Hicks, Goldie Hill, Johnny Horton, David Houston, Jan Howard, Ferlin Husky, Burl Ives, Stonewall Jackson, Wanda Jackson, Sonny James, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Grandpa Jones, Sammy Kershaw, Merle Kilgore, Claude King, Pee Wee KingFred Knoblock, Kris Kristofferson, Frankie Laine, Cristy Lane, Brenda Lee, Dickey Lee, Johnny Lee, Hank Locklin, Bob Luman, Loretta Lynn, Warner Mack, Rose Maddox, Uncle Dave Macon, Cledus Maggard, Barbara Mandrell, Louise Mandrell, Wink Martindale, C. W. McCall, Charly McClain, Mel McDaniel, Ronnie McDowell, Reba McEntire, Jody Miller, Ned Miller, Roger Miller, Ronnie Milsap, Bill Monroe, George Morgan, Patsy Montana, Melba Montgomery, Anne Murray, Willie Nelson, Juice Newton, Marie Osmond, Tommy Overstreet, Buddy Allen Owens, Buck Owens, Patti Page, Johnny Paycheck, Leroy Parnell, Dolly Parton, Stella Parton, Leon Payne, Webb Pierce, Ray Pillow, Carl Perkins, Bill Phillips, Johnny Preston, Ray Price, Charlie Pride, Jeanie Pruett, Eddie RabbitMarvin Rainwater, Johnny Ray, Collin Raye, Jerry Reed, Del Reeves, Jim Reeves, Jack Reno, Charlie Rich, Don Rich, Jeanie C. Riley Tex Ritter, Marty Robbins, Johnny Rodriguez, Jimmie Rodgers (Father of Country Music), Jimmy Rodgers, Kenny Rogers, Roy Rogers, Linda Rondstast, Bobby Russell, Johnny Russell, John Schneider, Jeannie Seely, Jean Shepard, TG Sheppard, Red Simpson, Cal Smith, Connie Smith, Margo Smith, Sammi Smith, Hank Snow, Red Sovine, David Soul, Billie Joe Spears, Jean Stafford, Terry Stafford, Jo Stampley, Red Stegall, Ray Stevens, B. W. Stevenson, Wynn Stewart, George Strait, Mel Street, Nat Stuckey, Tex Ruby, B. J. Thomas, Hank Thompson, Floyd Tillman, Mel Tillis, Pam Tillis, Merle Travis, Randy Travis, Ernest Tubb, Justin Tubb, Tanya Tucker, Conway Twitty, Ricky Van Shelton, Leroy Vandyke, Porter Wagoner Jimmy Wakely, Billy Walker, Clay Walker, Charlie Walker, Jimmy Walker, Doc Watson, Gene Watson, June Webb, Shirley Webb, Freddy Weller, Kitty Wells, Dottie West, Billy Edd Wheeler, Keith Whitley, Ray Whitley, Slim Whitman, Roger Whittaker, Diana Williams, Don Williams, Hank Williams, Hank Williams, Jr., Tex Williams, Bob Wills, David Wills, Tom Wopat, Bobby Wright, Johnny Wright, Michelle Wright, Ruby Wright, Tammy Wynette, Faron YoungGroupsAlabama, Bellamy Brothers, The Browns, The Carlisle’s, The Carter Family, Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper, Dave & Sugar, The Delmore Brothers, The Harden Trio, Homer & Jethro, Johnny & Jack, The Kingston Trio, The Miller Brothers, Mills Brothers, John & Joni Mosby, The Oak Ridge Boys, Osborn Brothers, Sons of the Pioneers, Stanley Brothers, The Statler Brothers, The Whites, Wilburn Brothers, The Willis Brothers

Marty Robbins has “everything” you would look forin country music.as he was the (most versatile, and Diverse singer)in Country Music History.. Also, probably the best Voiceand Vocalist. Want me to prove it to you ?Type in on you-tube : Marty Robbins, the performer (vinyl) side B and also, check out these tunes ! 1. Johnny Fedavo 2. My Woman, my woman, my wife 3. Girl from Spanish Town 4. Hello, daily news 5. A Man and a Train (power song, done well) 6. Begging to you 7. Camelia 8. The Chair (a Man about to die in the electric chair) 9. Pride and the badge (fantastic Ballad) 10. You’ll never walk alone 11. White Sport Coat (and a pink carnation) 12. I walk Alone 13. Bend in the river 14. The story of my life 15. Lifeand remember: these are ALL, Marty Robbins singingthe songs.he had an “8 octave” vocal range.which meanshe was capable of many “vocal notes and tones”. which isa rarity-

Roy AcuffHank WilliamsJimmie RodgersBill MonroeWillie NelsonThe Stanley BrothersPatsy ClineBob WillsSo many.Also, listen to bluegrass music. If that’s your thing.Older traditional bluegrass would beBill MonroeThe Stanley BrothersReno & SmileyFlatt & Scruggs (the best bar none of the old groups)Jimmy MartinMoving on a bit from there you’d haveThe Osborne BrothersThe Country GentlemenThe Kentucky Colonels By the 70s you haveJD Crowe & The New SouthTony Rice (one of the greatest voices in bluegrass, and possibly the greatest non-classical guitarist ever)The New Grass RevivalThe Seldom SceneMore recently, it can get a bit acoustic progressive new acoustic which probably wouldn’t appeal to you,but Blue Highway is a band that evokes old sounds of classic country and bluegrass. 3 great singers, and amazing dobro playing from Rob Ickes (who has some brilliant solo albums by the way)

.several very good answers. I would go to “etrecordshop.com” and look at the list of country artist they have listed.The store has the CDs for all the artist they have listed in Country and Bluegrass also has gospel by the great country artist. They have everyone from Acuff to Youn, worth the time to look at the site.