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#453 Early California Country Music Artists were often Cowboys

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Riders of Destiny theme - Studio Orchestra (John Wayne film title)

(Ghost) Riders in the Sky - Marty Robbins

You Are My Sunshine - Tex Ritter & the Dinning Sisters from Take Me Back to Okla

Lone Star Rag - Bob Wills (from the same film)

Rollin' Plains - Johnny Bond (title song from a Tex Ritter film)

Nancy Till - The Beverly Hill Billies (from the same film)

Early California Country Music was often recorded by Cowboys

Gene Autry  - That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine

Tennessee Ernie Ford - Shot-gun Boogie

Sons of the Pioneers - My Best to You

Lefty Frizzell - Smokin' Cigarettes and Drinkin' Coffee Blues

Tex Ritter - I Can't Get My Foot off the Rail

Wesley Tuttle - With Tears in My Eyes

Jimmy Wakely - I'll Never Let You Go, Little Darlin'

Foy Willing & the Riders of the Purple Sage - Someone Won Your Heart, Little Darlin'

Roy Rogers w Foy Willing & the Riders of the Purple Sage - Brush Those Tears from Your Eyes

South of the Border

South of the Border - 50 Guitars

Bells of Coronado - Roy Rogers, Dale Evans & Foy Willing & the Riders of the Purple Sage

Spanish Lullaby - Marty Robbins

Down Mexico Way - Gene Autry w Faye McKenzie & the Herrera Sisters (title song from the 1941 film)

I Hear the South Callin' Me - Hank Thompson

Copper Canyon - Bing Crosby

Blue Bonnet Blues - Jimmy Wakely

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