Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Charlie Louvin - Live@5 - Tuesday


Charlie Louvin will join our own Al Perry today for Live@5 on The Homestretch.
Mr. Louvin is a Country Music Hall Of Fame legend and will be performing tonight at Nimbus Brewery, 7:30 PM.

As half of the Louvin Brothers, Charlie Louvin (born Charlie Elzer Loudermilk, July 7, 1927) was one of the most influential musicians of the '40s and '50s; the Louvins defined close harmony duet singing for several generations of country fans. After the Louvins disbanded in 1963, Charlie began a solo career, recording for Capitol Records until 1972. During that time, he had two Top Ten hits -- "I Don't Love You Anymore" (number four, 1964) and "See the Big Man Cry" (number seven, 1965) -- as well as a series of minor hits. Louvin continued to perform and record for a variety of labels well into the '90s. (All Music Guide)

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