Grandpa Jones - Country Music Hall of Fame Series mp3 downloadPerformer: Grandpa Jones
Title: Country Music Hall of Fame Series
Style: Country Comedy,Old-Timey,Traditional Country
Date of recording: November 28, 1956 - April 14, 1959
Size MP3 version: 1811 mb
Size FLAC version: 1783 mb
Size WMA version: 1207 mb
Format: DTS AIFF AC3 MMF VOX WAV
Grandpa Jones - Country Music Hall of Fame Series mp3 download
This is a list of the 139 inductees to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, as of 2019, counting groups as a single inductee. Of these, 20 inductions include women (17 of those being solo performers). Roy Rogers is unique in that he was inducted twice: in 1980 as a member of the Sons of the Pioneers and again in 1988 as a solo artist. Return to top of page.
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The Road to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Induction Ceremony: Medallion. Marty Stuart has a fittingly impressive list of guests lined up for his September shows as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Artist-in-Residence, and he's just announced the names. You won't want to miss these once-in-a-lifetime, only-in-Nashville evenings.
Listen to music from Grandpa Jones like The Ladies Man, Mountain Dew & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Grandpa Jones. Louis Marshall Jones (October 20, 1913 – February 19, 1998), known professionally as Grandpa Jones, was an American banjo player and "old time" country and gospel music singer. He is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
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Country Music Hall of Fame Series: Grandpa Jones. An American Original. The Best of the Best: Grandpa Jones. Country Gospel Masters: Grandpa Jones & the Brown's Ferry Four. See All. Front Porch Funnies. Hawkshaw Hawkins - Best of the Best (1921-1963).
It's the ultimate dream of any country musician: getting into the Country Music Hall of Fame. The lifetime award honors legendary singers like Hank Williams and George Jones as well as lesser known but equally important background players, including pianist Hargus "Pig" Robbins and songwriter Bobby Braddock. The Hall of Fame was launched in 1961 in a less than lavish setting: the Tennessee State Museum where commemorative plaques of members were put on public display. The awards got a permanent home on Music Row at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 1967
Top Songs Grandpa Jones. Eight More Miles to Louisville. Grandpa Jones Sings Hits From "Hee Haw". An Evening With Grandpa Jones. Water Flowing Under The Bridge. Poem And Songs Featuring "Christmas Guest". Mountain Dew. Don't Bring Your Banjo Home.
Grandpa Jones has been played on NTS in shows including Country Hayride, featured first on 10 April 2017. Songs played include Old Rattler, My Darlin's Not My Darlin' Anymore and T For Texas. Grandpa Jones has been played on NTS in shows including Country Hayride, featured first on 10 April 2017.
|1||Rattler's Pup Grandpa Jones / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||2:29|
|2||Eight More Miles to Louisville Grandpa Jones / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||2:20|
|3||Dark as a Dungeon Merle Travis||Grandpa Jones||3:06|
|4||When the Jones' Get Together Grandpa Jones / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||2:23|
|5||Mountain Dew Bascom Lamar Lunsford / Myrtle Wiseman / Scotty Wiseman||Grandpa Jones||2:13|
|6||Falling Leaves Grandpa Jones / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||2:35|
|7||Daylight Savings Time Grandpa Jones / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||2:03|
|8||It Takes a Lot of Living Grandpa Jones / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||2:31|
|9||The Huntin's over for Tonight Grandpa Jones / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||2:33|
|10||The All-American Boy Orville Lunsford / Bill Parsons||Grandpa Jones||2:36|
|11||Don't Look Back Louis Jones / Orville Lunsford / Bill Parsons||Grandpa Jones||2:21|
|12||Waiting for a Train Jimmie Rodgers||Grandpa Jones||1:56|
|13||Old Towzer Beulah Chaplin / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||1:53|
|14||Don't Bring Your Banjo Home Johnny Cash / Louis Jones||Grandpa Jones||2:59|
|15||Pickin' Time Johnny Cash||Grandpa Jones||2:06|
|16||Cindy Traditional||Grandpa Jones||1:56|
CreditsBill Barnes - Art Direction, Design
Matthew Barnes - Photography
Johnny Cash - Composer
Beulah Chaplin - Composer
The Country Music Foundation - Producer
Mary Ann Daniel - Producer
Katie Gillon - Producer
Grandpa Jones - Banjo, Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Louis Jones - Composer
Jim Kemp - Art Direction
Wesley Ligon - Design
Bascom Lamar Lunsford - Composer
Orville Lunsford - Composer
Glenn Meadows - Audio Restoration, Audio Restoration Assistant
Bill Parsons - Composer
Ronnie Pugh - Liner Notes, Programming
Lee Ann Ramey - Design
Glenn Rieuf - Digital Transfers
Jimmie Rodgers - Composer
Jim Sherraden - Artwork, Cover Art
Alan Stoker - Audio Restoration Engineer
Traditional - Composer
Merle Travis - Composer
Myrtle Wiseman - Composer
Scotty Wiseman - Composer