Tune in to Good and Country on Saturday April 7th from 3:00-5:00 p.m. as we present 2 hours of country music from the 1960s.
The era of country music during the decade of the 1960s has been described by several music historians as the time when country music moved from the farm and into the cities.
The terms "Nashville sound," "countrypolitan," and "Bakersfield sound" were often used to describe the music blaring from radios tuned in to country music stations during this time. Familiar artists of the era included Buck Owens, Patsy Cline, Jim Reeves, Dottie West and many more.
There will be no re-recordings- -only the original hit versions which were heard on radio and jukeboxes around the country.