Hank Snow

Southern comfort

Southern comfort
At first, it was hard to know what to make of such a thing. The question itself was a little off-putting to say the least. After all, no well-mannered Southerner would ever question the Southernness of another Southerner. Why, it's downright unsouthern …
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KHAZ Country Music News: Shania Twain Gets A Postage Stamp
khaz shania twain 20140708 Mercury's Shania Twain, the late Hank Snow, k.d. lang and two other country artists are being honored with Canadian postage stamps. “Signed, sealed, delivered, I'm yours. July 31st in Canada!” Twain tweeted. Tommy Hunter …
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In harmony, on and off the stage

In harmony, on and off the stage
Sterban's hair — a wild shock of jet-black streaked with a little gray — belies his age and stands out among his snow-capped brethren. Which begs the “does he or doesn't he?” question. “I do color,” Sterban admitted. “But even if I didn't, I think it …
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Rita F. Binette
Rita also sang on a radio program for ABC and toured with several well-known musicians across the United States and Canada, including Kitty Wells, Chet Atkins, Hank Snow, and Dick Curless. She was inducted into the Maine Country Music Hall of Fame in …
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Norris Burkes column: Receiving my final set of orders
As I finish my 28th year in the Air Force uniform, I ask for this moment of personal indulgence. It's a moment that has me humming the Hank Snow song with Johnny Cash, “I've been everywhere, man.” I can't rhyme quite as well as Snow, but if I had …
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Generals Squander Seven-Run Lead
Peninsula manager Hank Morgan sensed his team needed a spark and he decided to go the route of a "Johnny Wholestaff" strategy. The stroke of genius shutdown the Generals lineup for the rest of the game — Petersburg did not advance a … The lack of …
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Read a White-Knuckle Excerpt from Robogenesis, Sequel to Robopocalypse
Then I hear the noise. At first I don't want to believe it, so I keep right on fidgeting, but the second time I have to stop. It ain't like I want to but I can't help myself and I look down at that flickering cube of light in the snow. "Hank," says the …
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Siegel: The King stands tallest in Game 4
… kept at bay by morsels of snow before a Ranger could calmly swat it away – first Anton Stralman midway through the first frame and later Derek Stepan in the dying moments of regulation. “Don't fool yourself either,” said Stepan. “Hank stood on his …
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CD review: Cash shines bright on 'Out Among The Stars'
Fans will find plenty to enjoy, including two rollicking duets: a cover of Hank Snow's “I'm Movin' On” with Waylon Jennings and a sprightly “Baby Ride Easy” with wife June Carter Cash (on a song previously cut by her daughter, Carlene Carter). At the …
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Gray Skies, Bright Smiles
“The weather was a little iffy,” said Hank Parkey, chairman of the township's park board. “You're … In fact, Sibole pointed out that the rain Sunday morning was probably an improvement over last year, when organizers had to snow blow a field for the …
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FROM the FARM: Easter salute to the rutabaga and Uncle Hank memories
This week, I made a large pot of this flavorful recipe favorite as a perfect pick-me-up in the midst of this week's cold and late season snow to share with Aunt Patty, as well as with my parents. I'm printing the recipe here today to also share with …
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Hank Snow – Sunday Morning Coming Down

Sunday Morning Coming Down (Kris Kristofferson) from the album “AWARD WINNERS” (1971) Hank Snow – vocal/guitar Pete Wade, Harold Bradley – guitar Ray Edenton…

MILLER’S CAVE by HANK SNOW

MILLER'S  CAVE  by  HANK  SNOW

MILLER’S CAVE by HANK SNOW.
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Hank Snow The Last Ride”
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HANK SNOW-NINETY MILES AN HOUR DOWN A DEAD END STREET.wmv

Clarence Eugene Snow was born in Brooklyn, Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada. And once when the sea-going fellow returned from one of his trips, he learned …

Merle Haggard – Impersonating Marty Robbins, Hank Snow, Johnny Cash, Buck Owens

During his career, Merle Haggard accumulated 38 number one singles, eighteen major music awards and composed dozens of songs. Haggard and his band The Strang…
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The Singing Ranger: 1949-1953 Reviews

The Singing Ranger: 1949-1953

(4-CD LP-sized Box-Set with 48-page book) 105 cuts representing his complete recordings 1949-1953, including some unissued tracks. In 1949, Hank Snow began recording in the States, and his third session included ‘I’m Moving On’. The original version is here, as well as great early hits like ‘The Golden Rocket’, ‘The Rhumba Boogie’, ‘Down The Trail Of Achin’ Hearts’, ‘Bluebird Island’, ‘Music Makin’ Mama From Memphis’, ‘A Fool Such As I’, ‘The Boogie Woogie Flying Cloud’, ‘When Mexican Joe Met Jole Blon’, ‘The Gold Rush Is Over’ and ‘I Don’t Hurt Anymore’. The early Jimmie Rodgers tribute cuts are here, as well as his first instrumental recordings. Hailed by critics, fans (and Hank himself!) as essential.

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Essential Recordings

Essential Recordings

2012 two CD collection. Hank Snow is one of Country’s most enduring and popular artists who during a career that lasted for more than 50 years managed to define that most American of ideas – the ‘travelling song.’ This collection highlights the true golden period of Hank’s career and is also representative of the last wave of the more authentic brand of Country music that had its roots in the Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers

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