RIP Sonny Osborne 10-24-21

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Western Belle
RIP Sonny Osborne 10-24-21

Hailing from Southeastern Kentucky, Sonny Osborne and his older brother, singer/mandolinist Bobby Osborne, formed the duo Osborne Brothers in 1953. Over the next 52 years, they’d build a bluegrass legacy that included membership in the Grand Ole Opry and the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame.

Rocky Top The Osborne Brothers Appalachian Stomp: Bluegrass Classics
Bluegrass Concerto Sonny Osborne 50 Years Of Bluegrass Hits [Disc 3]
I’ll Go Stepping Too Bobby Osborne 50 Years Of Bluegrass Hits [Disc 3]
When The Bluegrass Turns Green Charlie Ewing Skimmerhorn Waltz
Blue Moon Of Kentucky Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys Country: The American Tradition [Disc 1]
Rose Conley Ralph Stanley Short Life of Trouble Songs of Grayson and Whitter
Who’s Crying For You Now The Steven’s Sisters O Sister: A Women’s Bluegrass Collection, Vol. 2
Lost Highway – 1966 Jimmy Martin Jimmy Martin-1954 – 1974, Vol. 4
Big Black Train The Earls Of Leicester Live At The CMA Theater In The Country Music Hall Of Fame
Statesboro Blues The Allman Brothers Band A Decade Of Hits 1969-1979
Paying The Cost To Be The Boss B.B. King Back In The Alley
I’m A Stranger John Lee Hooker The Blues Collection – [Disc 7]
White Boy Lost In The Blues Lyle Lovett Release Me
Night Stalker Missy Andersen In The Moment
Let’s Get It On Marvin Gaye Marvin Gaye’s Greatest Hits
Dancing In The Street Martha Reeves & The Vandellas Rhythm & Blues: 1964
The Dark End Of The Street James Carr Solid Gold Soul • Deep Soul
It’s Raining Irma Thomas Swamp Gold, Vol. 1
Valley Of Tears Fats Domino All The Hits 1956-1958
Something’s Got A Hold On Me Etta James The Best Of Etta James
Walk On By Dionne Warwick Rhythm & Blues: 1964
Tangled And Dark Bonnie Raitt Luck Of The Draw
Hungry For You Riffter The Rifters
Husbands And Wives Roger Miller King Of The Road
I Love The Way You Love Me Chuck Cannon Mailbox Money
Seven Spanish Angels Ray Charles & Willie Nelson Friendship
Down The Rio Grande Ron Christopher Single Country/Western 0
Del Rio, You’re making me Cry Tony Joe White Smoke from The Chimney
The Girl Just Loves To Dance Michael Hearne And Shake Russell Only As Strong As Your Dreams
Girl In The Night Hank Thompson On Tap, In The Can Or In The Bottle/Smoky The Bar
Those Old Songs David John The Boys From The 50s
Music (Where Did It Come From?) David Frizzell & Joe Stampley Frizzell & Friends: This Is Our Time
Kern River Dave Alvin Tulare Dust – A Songwriters’ Tribute to Merle Haggard
Whispering Pines Johnny Horton Johnny Horton’s Greatest Hits