(Pictures... left Jim Ed Brown, and right is Johnny Bond - Hot Rod Lincoln)
Moe Bandy, B: Feb. 12, 1944
Born in Meridian, Mississippi February 12, 1944. His family moved to Texas when he was very young. His first exposure to country music probably was in Texas where his dad had a band called the Mission City Playboys.
Bobby Bare, born April 7, 1935
Picture Above inside KGSR with Rosanne Cash... famous tunes Detroit City known as 'I Wanna Go Home' (1963), 500 Miles Away From Home, Four Strong Winds, Marie Laveau (1974)
Bobby Barnett, B: Feb. 15, 1936
A relatively known country music singer from the sixties, was one of thirteen children.
Jeff Bates, B: September 19, 1963|
New Country Music Star... see an intense Jeff Bates picture at /dont-hate-me-for-loving-you-by-jeff-bates.html
Molly Bee, August 18, 1939 - February 7, 2009... famous for singing "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus".
David Bellamy, B: September 16, 1950
Howard Bellamy, B: February 2, 1946
The famous country duo Bellamy Brothers... David wrote Spiders & Snakes, a famous hit recorded by Jim Stafford
Dierks Bentley, B: Nov. 20, 1975
Worked at the Country Music Association and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Nightly, he played local Nashville metro. Top Songs, ~What Was I Thinkin' (2003), ~How Am I Doin'(2004), ~Lot of Leavin' Left to Do'(2005), ~Settle For A Slowdown (2006), Every Mile a Memory (2006), Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)(2007)
Clint Black, B: Jan. 1, 1962
Extremely popular singer, has 11 gold records, nine platinum, one double-platinum and three triple-platinum albums. Recently started his own record company Equity Records
Johnny Bond, B: June 1, 1915 D: June 12, 1978
Singer songwriter... Best known for the crossover tune 'Hot Rod Lincoln' (picture above)
Margie Bowes, B: March 18, 1941
Part time Baby, Poor Old Heartsick Me, My Love and Little Me
Chad Brock, B: July 31, 1963 (Wedding Songs)
Featured artist on the country music wedding page.
Garth Brooks, B: Feb. 7, 1962
I've only got one thing to say about Garth and his retirement from country music. When a person is tired of his work, that person should go do something else. If you have earned and invested your money properly, well, there's more options. Of course, all that goes without saying any more.
Jim Ed Brown, (picture above) born March 1, 1934
Started music career as leader singer with his sisters Maxine and Bonnie Brown (Group-The Browns). Known for his solo hit Pop a Top (1967) and later the duets with Helen Cornelius,,, `I Don't Want To Marry You' was their first #1 in 1976.
Albert Brumley , B: Oct. 29, 1905 D: Nov 15, 1977
(quote) He believed in God-given talent, but he didn't believe in direct inspiration. "I've had so many people come to me and say, 'I've got a song here that the Lord gave me,' and I've always wondered "why didn't he finish?
Jimmy Buffett, Born December 25, 1946
Quote, In 1984, a one hit wonder on the skids. Key West was loaded with stuff with my name misspelled,, tacky stuff and I wasn't getting paid for it. That's why I started Margaritaville...
Jethro Burns, b: March 10, 1920; d. Feb. 4, 1989
Carl Butler, b: June 2, 1927; d. Sept 4, 1992
Carl Robert Butler, who’s strong Roy Acuff / The (Kyle Homer, and Walter) Bails Brothers vocal influences showed through his full-throated, emotional hard-country singing. He sang both solo and duet's with his late wife Pearl Dee (Jones) Butler (castlerecords)
Pearl Butler, B: Sept. 20, 1927 D: March 1, 1988
Remembered mainly for the duets with her husband Carl. Their most famous tune... Don't Let Me Cross Over (1962).
New! Honky Tonkitis - Bunches of Old Pictures Carl and Pearl Butler
Tracy Byrd, born on Dec. 17, 1966