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He was the 1st living member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, had a big hit with the following song: "Wabash Cannonball" Roy Acuff
She died in 1963 in a plane crash and was 1st female solo artist in Country Hall of Fame Patsy Cline
Her songs include Walkin After Midnight, Crazy, and I Fall to Pieces Patsy Cline
Beverly D'Angelo played her in "Coal Miner's Daughter" & Jessica Lange played her in "Sweet Dreams" Patsy Cline
This Okie from Muskogee watched Johnny Cash at San Quentin and later received a pardon from Reagan Merle Haggard
Nicknamed Possum and No Show, his big hit was He Stopped Loving Her Today George Jones
Host of Hee-Haw, his backup band were the Buckaroos, and he helped create Bakersfield sound Buck Owens
He co-hosted Hee Haw with Buck Owens Roy Clark
He is considered the father of bluegrass Bill Monroe
Born in Butch Holler, she is a coal miner's daughter Loretta Lynn
She is the sister of Loretta Lynn and her big hit was "You and I" Crystal Gayle
This "Grand Ole Opry" comedy star used to wear a straw hat with the $1.98 price tag still attached and say how-dee Minnie Pearl
1st black major country star Charley Pride
This "Singing Brakeman" was in the first group of performers inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame Jimmie Rodgers
This Hillbilly Shakespeare's hits include Hey Good Lookin and Your Cheatin Heart and he died Jan 1 1953 and was an original member of the Country Hall of Fame Hank Williams SR
His All My Rowdy Friends Are Comin' Over Tonight was the theme song for Monday Night Football and he did a "duet" with his dad There's a Tear in My Beer Hank Williams JR
He sang My San Antonio Rose Bob Wills
Stand By Your Man" and "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" were the biggest of this exwife of George Jones Tammy Wynette
He is known as the Texas Troubadour Ernest Tubb
Jason Alexander & William Shatner are among the celebrities who appear in his "Celebrity" & "Online" videos and his most famous song is Whiskey Lullaby Brad Paisley
They not only played "The Beverly Hillbillies" theme, but made annual appearances on the show Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs
This Silver Fox sang Behind Closed Doors Charlie Rich
She sang about 18 wheels and a dozen roses Kathy Mattea
This father of John Ritter sang the theme song for High Noon and starred in a version of Oklahoma Tex Ritter
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