Posts tagged ‘George Jones’

April 6, 2011

This (Belated) Day in Music History

We got a little caught up yesterday and didn’t get to this in time, but feel it’s too important not to note.  Yesterday was Cowboy Jack Clement‘s birthday, born April 5, 1931. Clements has been perhaps one of the most influential people in country music history that too many people know nothing about.

Well, we’re here to help educate you on the man who wrote songs for Johnny Cash, was Townes Van Zant’s first publisher, produced tracks by Louis Armstrong and U2 and continues to facilitate greatness in those he works with, and is apparently one helluva ballroom dancer to boot.

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February 10, 2011

Talk Thursday to Me: Virgil Dickerson

Today we talk with Virgil Dickerson, the owner of Suburban Home Records about The Facts of Life, growing up pop-punk, the appeal of vinyl and the world of craft beers.

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