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Billy Walker Accompanied By The Lea Jane Singers - Word Games (Vinyl)

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  1. Goltijas says:
    William Marvin Walker (January 14, – May 21, ) was an American country music singer and guitarist best known for his hit, "Charlie's Shoes".Nicknamed The Tall Texan, Walker had more than 30 charted records during a nearly year career; and was a longtime member of the Grand Ole Opry.
  2. Kigis says:
    Apr 24,  · Written by Bill Graham and recorded by Billy Walker. Released in March from the album "Lovin' and Losin'", it reached #
  3. Kataur says:
    Page 14 in result lists. View all records by Billy Walker for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  4. Mazugrel says:
    May 21,  · Billy Walker covered Invisible Tears, I Got You, Caught in the Middle (With No Way to Go), (Hey, Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song and other songs. Billy Walker originally did Sing Me a Love Song to Baby, Sundown Mary, Invisible Tears, I Got You and other songs. Billy Walker wrote I'm Down to My Last Cigarette.
  5. Kelar says:
    The Tall Texan. On May 21st Country Music lost a true legend. The Tall Texan entertained millions worldwide. Tour this site and remember Billy and Bettie Walker.
  6. Dozilkree says:
    May 21,  · Country Singer. From his West Texas home of Ralls this country crooner went on to become one of Country music's most successful recording stars during the s. He overcame tremendous childhood difficulties when after his mother's death, the four year old and two of his brothers were forced to leave their five.
  7. Doutilar says:
    May 21,  · Grand Ole Opry star Billy Walker, his wife and two band members were killed early Sunday morning (May 21) in a one-vehicle accident south of Montgomery, Ala.
  8. Mooguran says:
    May 22,  · Billy Walker, 77, the long-time Grand Ole Opry singer whose hits included "Charlie's Shoes" and "Cross the Brazos at Waco," died Sunday in a crash in Alabama.

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