On this day: March 25
2006: Country music singer and guitarist Buck Owens, who had 21 No. 1 hits on the Billboard country music charts with his band the Buckaroos, dies of in his sleep of a heart attack at the age of 76 in Bakersfield, California. Owens and his band ...
Branson hosting "Raiding the Country Vault"
The Edwardsville Intelligencer
... Grand Country), David Smith, piano (Roy Clark, Mel Tillis, Johnny Lee), Steve Ramsey, keyboard (Tanya Tucker, Travis Tritt), Peter Generous Drums, (Connie Smith, Jean Shepherd), Scott Kwapiszski, Pedal Steel and Banjo (The George Brothers Band).
'Hee Haw' and Trump's 'Deplorables'
From his New York office, CBS's Fred Silverman cancelled the popular "Hee Haw" its second year. But it went into live syndication and produced episodes for another twenty years for other channels. A steady stream of the biggest stars joined host Roy ...
Black Hills Western Arts Council looks to keep cowboy heritage in Hot Springs
Rapid City Journal
Putnam has toured with Roy Clark, appeared on the Grand Ol' Opry, the Tonight Show, Hee Haw and others. During the mid-1970s, the Smithsonian Institute asked him to participate in The Festival of American Folk ... The Black Hills Western Arts Council ...