Nation singer and Grand Ole Opry member who sang “Take This Work and Shove It all” and “Magic of Like.” He was an associate from the Grand Ole Opry. He began playing music in skill displays when he was nine years of age and later discovered to play metal electric guitar from George Jones. He was element of nation music’s “Outlaw Motion.” He wedded his fiancée Sharon in the 1960s plus they acquired three children jointly. He sometimes collaborated with Tammy Wynette, including composing “House No. 9” on her behalf.
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