PART TWO



JOHNNY BOND (Cyrus Whitfield Bond)
Born: Jun 1, 1915, Enville, Oklahoma - Died: Jun 12, 1978, Burbank, California.
Songs: See his own page.

JOHNNY CASH
Born: Feb 26, 1932, Kingsland, Arkansas - Died: Sep 12, 2003, Nashville, Tennessee.
Songs: Ballad Of A Teenage Queen/Big River/Blue Train/Born To Lose/Come In Stranger/Country Boy/Cry Cry Cry/Don't Take Your Guns To Town/Down The Street To 301/Folsom Prison Blues/Fool's Hall Of Fame/Get Rhythm/Give My Love To Rose/Goodbye Little Darling/Hey Porter/I Walk The Line/Katy Too/Life Goes On/Luther Played The Boogie/Mean-Eyed Cat/My Treasure/Next In Line/One Way Rider/Port Of Lonely Hearts/Rockabilly Blues/The Story Of A Broken Heart/Straight A's In Love/Thanks A Lot/There You Go/Train Of Love/Two Timin' Woman/Walking The Blues/The Ways Of A Woman In Love/Wide Open Road/The Wreck Of The Old 97/You Tell Me/You're My Baby/You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven - just to mention a few.

JOHNNY HORTON
Born: Apr 30, 1929, Tyler, Texas - Died: Nov 5, 1960, Milano, Texas.
Songs: All For The Love Of A Girl/All Grown Up/Battle Of New Orleans/Counterfeit Love/The Electrified Donkey/Everytime I'm Kissing You/The First Train Heading South/Goodbye, Lonesome, Hello, Baby Doll/Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor/Honky Tonk Man/Hooray For That Little Difference/I'm A One-Woman Man/I'm Coming Home/I'm Ready If You're Willing/I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Livin'/I'll Do It Every Time/Johnny Reb/Let's Take The Long Way Home/Lover's Rock/Mean, Mean Mean Son Of A Gun/Miss Marcy/North To Alaska/Ole Slew-Foot/Rock Island Line/Sal's Got A Sugar Lip/The Same Old Tale The Crow Told Me/Sink The Bismark/Sleepy Eyed John/Sugar Coated Baby/Take Me Like I Am/Tell My Baby I Love Her/When It's Springtime In Alaska/Whispering Pines/The Wild One/The Woman I Need (Honky Tonk Mind)/Words - just to mention a few.

KITTY WELLS (Muriel Deason)
Born: Aug 30, 1919, Nashville, Tennessee.
Songs: Amigo's Guitar/As Long As I Live/Day Into Night/Dust On The Bible/Goodbye, Mr. Brown/Heartbreak U.S.A./Hey Joe/Honky Tonk Waltz/I Can't Stop Loving You/I Don't Claim To Be An Angel/I Gave My Wedding Dress Away/(I'll Always Be Your) Fraulein/I'll Reprossess My Heart/It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels/Left To Right/The Life They Live In Songs/Lonely Side Of Town/Making Believe/Mommy For A Day/Oh So Many Years/One By One/Password/Release Me/Repeating/Searching (For Someone Like You)/Searching Soul/She's No Angel/There's Poison In Your Heart/This White Circle On My Finger/Unloved, Unwanted/We Made A Mistake - just to mention a few.

LEFTY FRIZZELL (William Orville Frizzell)
Born: Mar 31, 1928, Corsicana, Texas - Died: 1975.
Songs: Always Late/Give Me More, More, More/How Long Will It Take (To Stop Loving You)/I Love You A Thousand Ways/I Want To Be With You Always/If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time/Long Black Veil/Look What Thoughts Will Do/Lost Love Blues/Mom And Dad's Waltz/My Baby's Just Like Money/Saginaw, Michigan/Send Her Here To Be Mine/That's Me Without You/Time Changes Things/Traveling Blues/Waltz Of The Angels - just to mention a few.

MADDOX BROS. & ROSE
Members: Rose, vocals; Cliff, mandolin (died in 1949); Fred, bass/lead vocal (*); Henry, (after 1949) mandolin/lead guitar; Don, fiddle/lead vocal (**); Cal, rhythm guitar/harmonica; Bud Duncan, steel guitar - Jimmy Winkle, Roy Nichols, or Gene Breeden, lead guitar.
Born: Rose (Roseea Arbana Brogdon), Dec 15, 1926, Boaz, Alabama - Died: 1998
Trivia: In 1956, after ten years of recording and slightly less than twenty years of performing professionally, the Maddox Brothers and Rose disbanded. Rose went on performing and recording as a single.
Songs as Maddox Bros. & Rose: Baby You Should Live So Long/Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain/Brown Eyes/Careless Driver/Dark As The Dungeon/Detour #2/Don't Bother To Cry/Eight Thirty Blues/George's Playhouse Boogie/Gonna Lay My Burden Down (*)/Honky Tonkin'/I'm Sending Daffydills/I've Stopped My Dreamin' About You/I'd Rather Have Jesus/I Still Write Your Name In The Sand/I Want To Live And Love/I Wish I Was A Single Girl/It's Only Human Nature/Mean And Wicked Boogie (*)/Midnight Train/Milk Cow Blues/Move It On Over/Mule Train/New Mule Skinner Blues/No Help Wanted/Oklahoma Sweetheart Sally Ann/Paul Bunyan Love/(Pay Me) Alimony/Philadelphia Lawyer/Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down (*)/Shimmy Shakin' Daddy (*)/South/Step It Up And Go (**)/Texas Guitar Stomp/Time Nor Tide/Water Baby Boogie/Whoa Sailor (*)/Your Love Light Never Shone - just to mention a few.
Songs as Rose Maddox: At The First Fall Of Snow/Blue Moon Of Kentucky/Early In The Morning/Foot Prints In The Snow/Hey Little Deamboat/Honky Tonkin'/I'd Rather Die Young/Molly And Tenbrooks/Move It On Over/Nasty Baby/On The Banks Of The Old Ponchartrain/Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms/Tall Men/Tramp On The Street/What Am I Living For/Wild Wild Young Men - just to mention a few.

MARTY ROBBINS
Born: Sept 26, 1925, Glendale, Arizona - Died: Dec 8, 1982.
Songs: Ain't I The Lucky One/Aloha Oe/Baby, I Need You (Like You Need Me)/Big Iron/Billy The Kid/The Blues Country Style/Cool Water/Devil Woman/El Paso/Foolish Decision/Footprints In The Snow/Grown Up Tears/The Hanging Tree/Jeannie And Johnnie/Just Married/Knee Deep In The Blues/The Last Time I Saw My Heart/Long Tall Sally/Mean Mama Blues/Once-A-Week Date/Please Don't Blame Me/Pretty Mama/Respectfully Miss Brooks/Ruby Ann/She Was Only Seventeen/Singing The Blues/Sittin' In A Tree House/Stairway Of Love/The Story Of My Life/Teenage Dream/Teenager's Dad/Tennessee Toddy/That's Allright/A White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnation) - just to mention a few.

MERLE HAGGARD
Born: Apr 6, 1937, Bakersfield, California.
Songs: The Bottle Let Me Down/Branded Man/Daddy Frank/Emptiest Arms In The World/Everybody's Had The Blues/The Fightin' Side Of Me/From Graceland To The Promised Land/High On A Hilltop/House Of Memories/Hungry Eyes/I'm A Lonesome Fugitive/I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am/I Threw Away The Rose/The Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde/Mama Tried/Old Man From The Mountain/Sam Hill/Shade Tree (Fix-It Man)/Sing Me Back Home/Someday We'll Look Back/Swingin' Doors/Turnin' Off A Memory/Workin' Man Blues - just to mention a few.

PATSY CLINE (Virginia Hensley)
Born: Sept 8, 1932, Winchester, Virginia - Died: Mar 5, 1963, Camden, Tennessee.
Songs: Back In Baby's Arms/Crazy/Faded Love/Gotta Lot Of Rhythm/Heartaches/I Fall To Pieces/I'll Sail My Ship Alone/Imagine That/Leavin' On Your Mind/Love Me, Love Me, Honey Do/Lovesick Blues/She's Got You/So Wrong/Strange/Sweet Dreams (Of You)/There He Goes/Walking After Midnight/Why Can't He Be You/You're Stronger Than Me - just to mention a few.

RICKY SKAGGS
Born: Jul 18, 1954, Cordell, Kentucky
Songs: Can't You Hear Me Callin'/Crying My Heart Out Over You/Don't Get Above Your Raising/Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die/Don't Think I'll Cry/Heartbroke/Highway 40 Blues/I Don't Care/I Wouldn't Change You If I Could/If That's The Way You Feel/Let's Love The Bad Times Away/Lost To A Stranger/Low And Lonely/Nothing Can Hurt You/One Way Rider/So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed/Waitin' For The Sun To Shine/You May See Me Walkin'/You've Got A Lover/Your Old Love Letters - just to mention a few.

WAYLON JENNINGS
Born: Jun 15, 1937, Littlefield, Texas - Died: Feb 13, 2002.
Songs: Anita, You're Dreaming/Casey's Last Ride/Christina/Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out Of Hand/Goodhearted Woman/I Fall In Love So Easily/Ivory Tower/I've Always Been Crazy/Just To Satisfy You/Kentucky Woman/Ladies Love Outlaws/Leavin' Town/Lorena/Love Of The Common People/Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love)/Money Cannot Make The Man/Never Been To Spain/Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line/Satin Sheets/Sing The Blues To Daddy/Storms Never Last/Sweet Music Man/The Taker/Time Will Tell The Story/Waltz Across Texas/Woman, Don't You Ever Laugh At Me - just to mention a few.


The Blues/Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame
The Cajun/Zydeco/Swamp/Tex-Mex Hall of Fame
The Rockabilly/Rock'n Roll Hall of Fame