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MUSIC, COUNTRY AND WESTERN

Whoopee-ti-yi-yo'

Author: 
C.Simpson
Article Date: 
February 26, 1976
Article Abstract: 
Several Yavapai Co. men have contributed to folklore (and music) of the West
Language: 
English
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Welcome to the world of C & W

Author: 
D.Ben-Horin
Article Date: 
August 23, 1975
Article Abstract: 
Tucson is a center for "new" country and western music
Language: 
English
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Violins? Yes, but no violinists

Author: 
Dave Gianelli
Article Date: 
October 29, 1972
Language: 
English
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The day that was to be but got washed away

Author: 
D.Lee
Article Date: 
November 10 1974
Article Abstract: 
A rained-out country music concert in Tempe
Language: 
English
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Music makers of Clay Springs

Author: 
L.Shalaway
Article Date: 
March 7, 1976
Language: 
English
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Hart breaks from Prescott

Author: 
D.Lee
Article Date: 
February 20 1977
Article Abstract: 
Rod Hart, song writer and musician, makes it to Nashville
Language: 
English
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Ghost Riders in the Sky - Stan Jones and Capp Watts

Author: 
E.Bond
Article Date: 
Summer/Fall 1972
Language: 
English
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Boss of the gunfighter songs and trail ballads

Author: 
M. Wilson
Article Date: 
April 2, 1967
Article Abstract: 
Marty Robbins, formerly of Phoenix, writes and sings western and county music
Language: 
English
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