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Yea I got a friend from New York City, He's never heard of Conway Twitty, Don't know nothing bout grits and greens, never been south of Queens, but he flew down here on a business trip, I took him honky-tonking and that was it, he took to it like...

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    anonymous
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    Nov 6th, 2016 11:08pm report


    he is explaining that his friend is from the city and hasn't EVER heard of Conway Twitty, a country singer from the 50's- 60's, or haas never been south of Queens, NY.



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    Nov 2nd, 2013 11:56am report


    Hillbilly Bone is the first extended play, and seventh studio release overall, by American country music singer/songwriter Blake Shelton and the first recording by Chris Thomas. It was released on March 2, 2010 (see 2010 in country music) via Warner Music Group Nashville, his first album under its Reprise label. Its only single is the title track, a duet with Trace Adkins which was released to radio in November 2009. This song reached Number One on the U.S. Billboard country singles charts in April 2010.




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