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Pages: 384

Language: English

Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky (30 Nov. 2003)

By: Don Cusic (Author)

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Since 1977, Riders In The Sky has faithfully tended a musical tradition kindled by singing cowboy legends, such as Gene Autry and The Sons of the Pioneers. Throughout its long career, the group has branded the genre with its own mark, crafting a well-balanced mix of both classic and original western songs - smooth harmony, hot licks and comedy. For a quarter of a century and more than 4500 shows, 290 American television appearances, 203 public radio shows, nearly 700 Grand Ole Opry appearances, 2.3 million miles on the road, two Grammy awards, three television series, and 31 albums down the trail, a group that began with a commitment to carry on an American musical tradition has itself become an American national treasure. This tribute tells the full story of the amazing true adventures of group members Ranger Doug, Woody Paul, Too Slim and Joey 'The Cow Polka King', from their first gigs at 'Herr Harry's Phranks 'N' Steins' in Nashville, to their rise to the top of the Grammy heap.


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