Wednesday, February 13, 2008
On this day:

Some good old country music

From the AP:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Emmylou Harris, Tom T. Hall, the Statler Brothers and the late Ernest "Pop" Stoneman will become the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame, officials announced Tuesday.
So, for all you country music lovers, here's a little sampling of these new Hall of Famers:

In some of my posts, I have casually mentioned the fact that I like to drink beer. So does Tom T. Hall:

Just three things in this world are worth a solitary dime (That's about $1.50 in today's dollars): old dogs and children and watermelon wine.

Here's Emmylou Harris (a Birmingham native) singing "Making Belive":

It's alright, cause it's midnight, and she's got two more bottles of wine:

Wow, the Statler Brothers have been around a long time. Here's their version of "Shenandoah" from B&W.

And for all you Pulp Fiction fans, here's "Flowers on the Wall:"

I had never heard of "Pop" Stoneman, but here he is singing some Gospel: "When the Redeemed are Gathering In"