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Jukebox - Music
What is hillbilly music without the jukebox? Or the radio if you want to step back in time a bit. And you're wondering what some of these folks and groups sounded like way back when. Well, we found an answer for you.

Every time you load this page, you'll see a random selection of tunes in our virtual library and then kick back and listen to a clip or two ... or three... or four. Time to listen to the jukebox, or maybe the radio if you prefer.

We must caution you. The music can be addicting and your feet could start tapping soon after.

In late 2018, this page underwent an update. Since the site was started in 2000, the audio format has been RealAudio (RA) for the sound clips. But time has evolved and many things are available in video format for ease of viewing and listening. Some songs we had listed are readily heard on YouTube. The rather unique, maybe obscure, maybe lost or forogotten over time in our collection are gradually being converted to a video format that will also include tidbits form our collection about the artist. In some cases, we have rare transcriptions that will be listed as well.

Y'all can come back anytime and listen up. You just never who might show up.

Hillbilly Music
Jukebox
 
Edmund Denney



Give Me One Dozen Roses (For Myrtle)

 
Claude Gray



My Ears Should Burn (When Fools Are Talked About)

 
Patsy Cline



I Can't Forget You

 
Newcomer Twins



Winter Wonderland

 
Jerry Byrd



Hula Blues

 
Oklahoma Sweethearts



Have You Ever Been Lonely

 
Paul Westmoreland and His Pecos River Boys



Hot Rod Rag

 
Elton Britt



There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere

 
Fiddlin' Sid Harkreader



New River Train

 
Jean Shepard



The Biggest Cry


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Yes, Hillbilly Music. You may perhaps wonder why. You may even snicker. But trust us, soon your feet will start tappin' and before you know it, you'll be comin' back for more...Hillbilly Music.

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