Who Won the 1974
CMAs Album Of The Year

Charlie Rich

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1973 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner
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Chris Robinson Band set for Ithaca debut at Haunt

Ithaca Journal
“All the music I've been involved with, I feel like the inspiration is always roots music,” Robinson said. “It's not just Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley and Charlie Rich, it's the Louvin Brothers, Waylon Jennings, the Ohio Players, and Ike and Tina Turner ...

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Campus Community Mourns Death of Honorary Doctor Sonny Burgess

ASU News
Burgess and The Pacers frequently performed with the top entertainers in the genre, including Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Conway Twitty, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Charlie Rich. The band opened for and performed with Elvis Presley on five ...

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Roy Orbison, the Memphis Horns and Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White elected to Memphis Music Hall of Fame

The Commercial Appeal
He would eventually move to Nashville, becoming a major figure in country music, helping produce and shepherd the careers of Charlie Rich and Waylon Jennings, while remaining a close collaborator of Cash's. Clement, who died in 2013, is a member of ...

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An Audience with the Killer: Jerry Lee Lewis Talks the Road, Drag Racing with Elvis and the Meaning of Rock 'n' Roll

PEOPLE.com
His colleagues at the seminal Memphis label Sun Records, including Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Charlie Rich and so many more, have all passed into history. As the Killer notes in his 2006 album title, he is the last man standing.

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