American country singer who joined up with the Grand Ole Opry in 1967 and released fourteen albums. His music “Just You, Just You” peaked at #9. He was a disk jockey in the first 1950s and authorized with Decca Information. He was inducted in to the Nation Radio DJ Hall of Popularity in 1981. He was wedded to his wife Connie until his loss of life. The couple got ten kids: Ronnie, Cindy, Arthur, Charlie III, Elissa, Charlene, Catherine, Christina, Caroline, and Charlton. He documented a cover from the Harlan Howard music, “Choose Me THROUGH TO THE RIGHT PATH Down” and it reached #2 on the united states music charts.