Country Music Deaths of 2007
“Hey, Mr. Sax Man") and former Nashville A-team saxophone sideman, July 3 in Nashville. Del Reeves , 73, Grand Ole Opry star, impressionist and recording artist ("Girl on the Billboard”
Hall of Fame Members Porter Wagoner and Hank Thompson Among the Losses In 2007, the world lost two of its most revered Country Music Hall of Fame members -- Porter Wagoner and Hank Thompson -- along with a host ... via WJPS-FM Evansville
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Red Deer, Canada
#1 Mar 23, 2008
I had the pleasure of recording at Fireside studios in Nashville for years, Porter was truly great as was one of his engineers Al Gore was. They were a privilege to be around. Hank Thompson was my hero with western swing. Earths losses are heavens gains and the Lortd sure must be smiling these days.
God Bless you all for the memories Joe West
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