On Roy Clark Grave Day, this was inevitable. At least we get some Loretta and Conway in this 1974 episode.
This is the grave of Roy Clark. Born in 1933 in Meherrin, Virginia, one might like to think the boy who would become one of the most legendary country guitarists of all time was a son of the South, bu
The big music story right now is the caught-on-tape racism of Douche Country artist Morgan Wallen. Wow, some country bro being racist, so shocking… But what actually is shocking is that the Nash
This is the grave of George Morgan. Born in 1925 in Waverly, Tennessee, Morgan grew up in Doylestown, Ohio. He started playing on the radio when he was a young teen. He became a regular on country rad
This is the grave of Little Jimmy Dickens. Born in 1920 in Bolt, West Virginia, the diminutive Dickens (he was 4’11”) started playing on local radio in his home state as a country musician
This is the grave of John Hartford. Born in New York City in 1937, John Harford grew up in St. Louis. From the time he was a child, he was obsessed by two things–the Mississippi River and countr
This is the grave of Webb Pierce. Born in 1921 in West Monroe, Louisiana, Pierce became a huge fan of country music as a child. He started playing the guitar and by the time he was 15, he had a short
This is the grave of Jim Denny. Born in 1911 in Silver Point, Tennessee, Denny grew up dirt poor. He went to work as a teenager, moving to Nashville. In 1927, he got a job with WSM, a radio station in