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100 Greatest Men: #75. Jim Ed Brown

100 Greatest Men: The Complete List It seems only appropriate that a man whose career was launched by a three act song would himself enjoy a career with three spectacular acts. Jim Ed Brown, born in 1934, was raised in Arkansas. Like many aspiring country artists of his day, he first sang professionally with his family. Alongside sisters Maxine and Bonnie, they began performing in the early fifties in various combinations.
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100 Greatest Men: #74. Sons of the Pioneers

Music / Country : Country Universe (2 years ago)

100 Greatest Men: The Complete List Country artists are known for their longevity, but the Sons of the Pioneers make the rest look like flash-in-the-pan newbies. First formed in 1933, Sons of the Pioneers are the longest-running act... Read Post

100 Greatest Men: #25. Tom T. Hall

Music / Country : Country Universe (last week)

100 Greatest Men: The Complete List Tom T. Hall is known as the Storyteller, a fitting title for a man whose ability to spin a musical yarn led to some of the greatest country story songs of all-time, many of … Continue reading ? Read Post

100 Greatest Men: #45. Tim McGraw

Music / Country : Country Universe (2 years ago)

100 Greatest Men: The Complete List He started out as one of the lesser-ran hat acts of the nineties boom, catapulted to fame on the strength of a novelty song. But skillful song selection and deepening commitment to artistry helped... Read Post


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