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Dusty Rhoads toured and recorded with Roy Rogers and The Whippoorwills. He recorded with Gene Autry, Merle Travis, Jim Reeves, Marty Robbins and jazzers Barney Kessel and Nat King Cole.

Dusty Rhoads toured and recorded with Roy Rogers and The Whippoorwills. He recorded with Gene Autry, Merle Travis, Jim Reeves, Marty Robbins and jazzers Barney Kessel and Nat King Cole.

Gene Vincent, right, with Jerry Lee Merritt, Tokyo, Japan, 1959.  Courtesy Jerry Merritt. racewiththedevil.net

Gene Vincent, right, with Jerry Lee Merritt, Tokyo, Japan, 1959. Courtesy Jerry Merritt. racewiththedevil.net

Tune Wranglers (1936)

The Tune Wranglers, western swing band from San Antonio heard on KTSA and more widely on the clear-channel WOAI.

(L to R) Jack Neal, Cliff Gallup, Ken Nelson and Gene Vincent in a recording session, 1950′s

Gene Vincent on Martin accoustic guitar & Cliff Gallup on Gretsch guitar & Jack Neal on stand-up bass & Ken Nelson from Capitol Records Owen Bradley studios 1956

vocal group, The Browns - The Browns consisted of, Jim Ed Brown, Maxine Brown, & Bonnie Brown - Remembered today for their 1959 RCA-Victor recording of, "The Three Bells"

The Browns - The Three Bells

Let´s Keep the 50´s Spirit Alive!: Bert Rivera

Ray Campi and Band "Caterpillar" was considered his most popular record until his revival in the jj

Eddie Cochran rehearsal UK 1960

Eddie Cochran rehearsal UK 1960

Roy Rogers with Roy Lanham's Whippoorwills

Dusty Rhoads toured and recorded with Roy Rogers and The Whippoorwills. He recorded with Gene Autry, Merle Travis, Jim Reeves, Marty Robbins and jazzers Barney Kessel and Nat King Cole.

Sons of the Pioneers, from left to right (top row): Tim Spencer, Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, Ken Carson, (bottom row) Bob Nolan, Roy Rogers, Pat Brady

Sons of the Pioneers, from left to right (top row): Tim Spencer, Hugh Farr, Karl…

Hank Ballard - The Twist, Kansas City

Hank Ballard - The Twist, Kansas City

Merle Travis and Joe Maphis pose with their Bigsby acoustics.

Merle Travis & Joe Maphis( songwriter wrote "Dim Lights Thick Smoke"recorded by Dwight Yoakam.

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