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Country Music Memories: Everly Brothers Earn First No. 1 Single
On July 15, 1957, the Everly Brothers kicked off their music career with a No. 1 hit, "Bye Bye Love."
Country Music Memories: Don Everly Is Born in Kentucky
Happy birthday, Don Everly!
8 Country Icons Who Have Never Won a Grammy
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Country Music's Nastiest Breakups [PICTURES]
Country artists have a reputation for penning lyrics that tell tough stories, but one of the hardest things that some stars have to go through isn't always covered in the biggest hits: band breakups.
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50 Country Songs Everyone Must Hear Before They Die
The Boot rounds up a list of 50 country, Americana, alt-country, bluegrass and folk songs that everyone should hear at least once in their lifetime.
Country Stars and Their Famous Relatives [PICTURES]
There are many country music stars who have equally famous relatives, many of whom are in the music industry as well.
Music By Presley, Haggard and More Entering Grammy Hall of Fame
Twenty-five songs will be inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2017, including songs by
The Everly Brothers' 'Wake Up Little Susie' Goes to No. 1
Fifty-eight years ago today, on Oct. 14, 1957, the
earned their second No. 1 hit, and their first on the pop charts, with "Wake Up Little Susie," from their eponymous debut album.
New Knoxville, Tenn., Park Named for the Everly Brothers
The city of Knoxville, Tenn., is honoring the
, who got their start in the music business while living in the city in the 1950s, by naming a new park after them.
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