Who Won the 1965
Grammys Best Country Album

Roger Miller

("Dang Me/Chug-A-Lug")

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Find out about all the new music in the pipeline from legendary country stars

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Willie Nelson duets with Glen on a re-make of Willie's “Funny How Time Slips Away,” and Vince Gill lends harmony vocals on a new version of Roger Miller's “Am I Alone (Or Is It Only Me).” Loretta Lynn's Aug. 18 album, “Wouldn't It Be Great,” is ...

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30 Years Ago: REM Clear the Vaults With 'Dead Letter Office'

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Easier to understand — at least in theory — was the band's decision to record “King of the Road,” a composition pulled from Roger Miller's songbook, although their execution was far more sloppily inebriated than some fans of the novelty-country ...

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Helping Songwriters with Cancer

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Heavy-hitter, Buddy Cannon (“Set 'Em Up Joe,” “Give It Away”), flanked by Dean Miller, (son of Roger Miller) and Waylon Payne (son of Sammi Smith) shared songs and stories of how they came to life. Headlining the evening was Dean Dillon, who has ...

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City Presents Payment for Aquatics Center

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Pictured from left to right: Y Staff Jennifer Fenton, Y Board Members Arin Waddell, Dick Hall, Jack Fritz, Executive Director: Jay McGinnis, Y Board Member Geoff Scott, Mayor Roger Miller, Y Board Member Jake Haseman, City Council members Kristin Kelly ...

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