Music: Pop Records

Most of the country singers hailing out of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry expect to peddle their wares to the corn belt.and let the pop world go by. Although the kind of music they sing on the granddaddy of the country radio shows has often been taken over by pop singers and made into hits (Tennessee Waltz, You Are My Sunshine), few country singers have made the pop charts on their own. But in the wake of Elvis Presley (not considered genuine country by the connoisseurs), two Nashville favorites have gone to the fore in...

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