Born Billie Jean Spears January 14, 1937 in Beaumont, Texas, Billie Jo Spears moved to Nashville in 1964 and earned a Capitol Records contract in 1968. Her first hit was 1969's "Mr. Walker, It's All Over". ...more on Wikipedia about "Billie Jo Spears"
Blaine Larsen (born February 2, 1986 in Tacoma, Washington) is a baritone country singer-songwriter from Washington State. He was the youngest traditional country artist to have a hit on the Billboard charts with his 2004 single "How Do You Get That Lonely", a song about suicide. At age fifteen he recorded the album In My High School which was rereleased in 2005 as Off to Join the World. Other singles include "The Best Man" and "In My High School". ...more on Wikipedia about "Blaine Larsen"
Brad Cotter is the 2004 winner of the Nashville Star country music talent competition, aired on the USA Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brad Cotter"
Charley Frank Pride (born March 18, 1938 in Sledge, Mississippi) is a former Negro League baseball player who became one of the only African Americans to have a successful career in modern country music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charley Pride"
Richelle Renee Wright (born October 25, 1970), best known as Chely Wright, is a country music singer who released her debut album in 1994. Although she received an ACM award for Top New Female Vocalist that same year, none of her initial songs made any impact on the charts. She has also won a BMI award for a song she penned for country artist Clay Walker. In early 2005 she released her sixth album. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chely Wright"
Chris Cagle is a country music singer and songwriter. Born on November 10, 1968, he was raised in Texas. After graduating from high school, he attended The University of Texas at Arlington for a short time but dropped out to pursue his dream of a musical career. He moved to Nashville in 1994 and worked a number of odd jobs to support himself while trying to land a recording contract. After years of toiling, his hard work paid off, and he was signed to a record deal. His first single, 'My Love Goes On And On', was a smash hit. He has since established himself as a well-known country musician. Chris got married in 2001, but the marriage ended in divorce a short time later. Chris is of medium height, with a somewhat stocky build, and sports a goatee. He is rarely seen not wearing a hat, typically a cowboy hat or a baseball cap. On October 3, 2005 he announced on his web site that he was not the biological father of his baby. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chris Cagle"
Collin Raye (born Floyd Collin Wray August 22, 1959 in De Queen, Arkansas) is a country singer. He was Bubba Wray in the Wray Brothers Band before going solo as Collin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Collin Raye"
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Connie Smith ( August 14 1941—), born Constance Meadows in Elkhart, Indiana, USA, is a country singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Connie Smith"
Del Reeves is a country music singer with ten number one records including "Girl on the Billboard", "Looking at the World Through a Windshield", and "A Dime at a Time", and is a lifetime member of the Grand Ole Opry. He was born Franklin Delano Reeves, in Sparta, North Carolina in 1933, the youngest of 11 children. He lives in the Nashville, Tennessee area now. ...more on Wikipedia about "Del Reeves"
Doug Stone (born 19 June, 1956) is a country singer from Georgia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doug Stone (singer)"
Gary Stewart ( May 28, 1945 - December 16, 2003), a country musician known for his drinking songs, was one of the first so-called "outlaw" country performers of the 1970s. A singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist, he was born in the Letcher County, Kentucky town of Jenkins, the son of a coal miner. His father sustained in 1958 an injury while working in the mines, and shortly after the family moved to Fort Pierce, a city on Florida's Atlantic coast. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Stewart (singer)"
George Glenn Jones (born September 12, 1931), nicknamed The Possum, is an American country singer known for his distinctive voice and phrasing that frequently evoke the raw emotions caused by grief, unhappy love, and emotional hardship. He is second to Eddy Arnold in the number of songs he has had on the country charts. Since at least the early 1980s he has frequently been referred to as "the greatest living country singer." Almost as often he is called "the Rolls-Royce of country singers." Frank Sinatra once called him "the second best white male singer." ...more on Wikipedia about "George Jones"
George Morgan ( June 28, 1924 – July 7, 1975) was a mid- 20th century country music singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Morgan"
Hanna-McEuen is a pair of cousins, Jaime Hanna and Jonathan McEuen who sing country music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hanna-McEuen" If you like you could tell us your opinion about http://www.shortopedia.com
Heather Myles (born in 1963 in Riverside, California, where her parents bred and trained horses for racing) is a honky tonk singer in the Bakersfield sound-style. Her style has been likened by many to that of Dwight Yoakam. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heather Myles"
Henson Cargill was a country music singer best known for the 1968 #1 hit, "Skip a Rope." ...more on Wikipedia about "Henson Cargill"
Isabelle Arnfjell is a Swedish singer/songwriter that debuted with the Something Pretty album in 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Isabelle Arnfjell"
Jan Howard (born Lula Grace Johnson on March 13, 1930 in West Plains, Missouri) was one of the trail-blazing country music female vocalists of the 1960's. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jan Howard"
Marilyn Jeanne Seely (born July 6, 1940 in Titusville, Pennsylvania) is a country music singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jeannie Seely"
Jody Evans ( November 15, 1976) is an American country music performer who first gained national attention in 2005 as a contestant on the third season of Nashville Star, where he finished in third place out of over 10,000 auditioners. Evans was raised in Donaldson, Arkansas where he later became a police officer in nearby Arkadelphia, Arkansas. His musical style is influenced by Hank Williams, Buddy Holly, Marshall Crenshaw and Elvis Presley and is considered to play a style of Rockabilly. Dale Hawkins (Suzy-Q 1957) proclaimed Jody as the best song writer he ever heard. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jody Evans"
Joe Sun (born James Joseph Paulsen on September 25, 1943 in Rochester, Minnesota) is a country music singer, songwriter of Swedish descent living in Nashville, Tennessee. His musical style is strongly influenced by a wide variety of artists: Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Waylon Jennings and Bob Dylan, spanning such diverse musical genres as soul, blues, honky tonk, rock 'n' roll, contemporary and traditional country. He describes his music as blues and country. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joe Sun"
Johnny PayCheck ( May 31, 1938 – February 19, 2003) was a country music singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Johnny PayCheck"
Kathy Mattea, full name Kathleen Alice Mattea (born June 21, 1959 in South Charleston, West Virginia), is a female country music and bluegrass performer who often brings celtic sounds to her music, particularly with her release of Love Travels, one of her most critically popular albums.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kathy Mattea"
Kevin Fowler is a country music singer out of Amarillo, Texas. He specializes in a sub-genre of country music known as Texas country and is known for his electrifying live shows. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kevin Fowler"
Laura Cantrell is a country singer and DJ from Nashville, Tennessee. She presents a weekly radio show on WFMU called the Radio Thrift Shop. ...more on Wikipedia about "Laura Cantrell" If you like you could tell us your opinion about shortopedia shortopedia
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