Who Won the 1973
CMAs Best Male Vocalist

Charlie Rich

1972 CMAs Best Male Vocalist Winner
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1973 CMAs Best Male Vocalist Winner Charlie Rich News

New Records: Listening to 'War Paint' and 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'

DC Metro Theater Arts (press release) (blog)
Fortunately, Borle has a rich and versatile voice, with many different colors. He sounds alternately sweet, deranged, and malicious, and the recording is a testament to his talents. Borle tenderly croons “The Candy Man” and “Pure Imagination,” composed ...

1973 CMAs Best Male Vocalist Winner Charlie Rich News

Bob Dylan Shares A Christmas Story By Roland Janes

Stereogum
The records that he had played on in the '50s were the classic records of Jerry Lee, Billy Riley, Sonny Burgess, Barbara Pittman, Charlie Rich and others. He played no small part in any of those recordings. In fact, he defined those recordings as much ...

1973 CMAs Best Male Vocalist Winner Charlie Rich News

The Farr Side: Glen Campbell, an unforgettable showman

Sturgis Journal
He could appeal to multiple music genres and fit in. Campbell along with fellow '70s country greats like Kenny Rogers, Charlie Rich and Ronnie Milsap found respectable success on the pop chart in addition to their regular appearances on the country chart.


1973 CMAs Best Male Vocalist Winner Charlie Rich News

Rant'n'Roll: Memphis Stew, Melodic Intersect, Crazy Surf Punk, Remembering Nilsson, Alligator Blues

Aquarian Weekly
I can say that because Bobby Rush sings his own “Tough Titty” and it's a definite highlight, as is Alvin Youngblood Hart singing Johnny Cash's “Folsom Prison Blues” and Shawn Camp crooning Charlie Rich's “Lonely Weekends.” It all goes down so smooth ...

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