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PostHeaderIcon Teddy Brown – Rose Garden – Trojan Pop 45rpm

Odd release this from Trojan, a Pop cover of “Rose Garden” from Teddy Brown.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

PostHeaderIcon I’ve Been Everywhere – Theresa and Daniel Hanson

Theresa and Daniel Hanson performing their own arrangement of the Johnny Cash song “I’ve Been Everywhere.” — Visit our Western Music website at: www.hansonfamilymusic.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Corporal Henry Trout fought valiantly in the forgotten skirmish of the Lethe Confluence during the Civil War. The year was 1861. In 2011, he will come face to face with his descendants as the battle for blood begins. Tyler and her brother Chad, Henry’s fifth generation grandchildren, will challenge the very legend of Charon the Ferryman, as the lines between the living and the dead become blurred. Starring Gil Gerard, Michelle Wolff, Brandi Lynn Anderson, Kim Sonderholm, and Bridget McManus. Written and Directed by JA Steel. Music By Rob Lambros of The Street. Director of Photography Mike Call. Special Make up Effects Chris Hanson. Official Website: bloodfare.warriorentertainment.com Official Twitter: twitter.com Official Facebook: www.facebook.com CAST: Gil Gerard (BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25TH CENTURY, Syfy’s GHOST TOWN) Michelle Wolff (DANTE’S COVE, NCIS, ER, NIP/TUCK, VERONICA MARS, WITHOUT A TRACE, JAG, CHICAGO HOPE) Brandi Lynn Anderson (Syfy’s ZEROS) Kim Sonderholm (WESTBRICK MURDERS with Eric Roberts) Bridget McManus (WANTED with James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, Angelina Jolie) Scott Beringer (OCEAN’S ELEVEN and 21 with George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Elliott Gould, Casey Affleck, Kevin Spacey and Laurence Fishburn) S. Edward Meek (WILD STALLION with Miranda Cosgrove, set dresser for HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2 with Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale) Adrian West Savannah Ostler (VENGENCE with Danny Trejo, 50 Cent) Brenden Whitney Alison Trouse (FOOTLOOSE with Kevin Bacon

PostHeaderIcon Rose Garden – Instrumental

Rose Garden – Lynn Anderson guitar covered version

lynn anderson sunshine man
Video Rating: 5 / 5

PostHeaderIcon The Lawrence Welk Show: It Is No Secret

Lynn Anderson (1968)
Video Rating: 5 / 5

PostHeaderIcon Rocky Top

Buck Norris sings “Rocky Top” the State Song of Tennessee. “Rocky Top” is one of seven official state songs of the state of Tennessee, as well as the unofficial fight song for the University of Tennessee Volunteers. The two best-known versions of the song are by the Osborne Brothers and Lynn Anderson. The Osborne Brothers first had a regional hit with the song in 1967, however, it was Lynn Anderson’s version that was the mainstream country hit in 1970. The song was written by a married couple, songwriters Felice and Boudleaux Bryant. They wrote “Rocky Top” in only ten minutes in 1967. The Bryants were working in Gatlinburg on a collection of slow-tempo songs for a project for Archie Campbell and Chet Atkins. Writing the fast-paced “Rocky Top” served as a temporary diversion for them. Recorded by the Osborne Brothers in 1967, the song was a top 40 hit on the country music charts in early 1968. Although a staple of their concerts, the song did not achieve mass popularity until Lynn Anderson had a hit with it in 1970, and when the “Pride of the Southland” University of Tennessee marching band used it for one of their drills in 1972. The song was very popular and was officially adopted as a state song in 1982. In the 1970s, the song achieved such popularity among bar crowds that the Chapel Hill, North Carolina, old-time band the Red Clay Ramblers [1] national tours included a crowd-pleasing satire informally titled “Play ‘Rocky Top’ (or I’ll Punch Your Lights Out.)”[2] The
Video Rating: 4 / 5

HERE IS A CLIP OF LYNN SINGING HER SMASH #1 CROSSOVER HIT, “ROSE GARDEN”

PostHeaderIcon Southern Culture on the Skids “Rose Garden”.wmv

Southern Culture on the Skids cover of the 70’s Classic Rose Garden ….It’s hard to pick a favorite song from these guy’s but I really love this one Mary Huff is one of my favorite singers and bass players
Video Rating: 5 / 5

PostHeaderIcon The Lawrence Welk Show: Tiny Bubbles

Sung by Lynn Anderson with Buddy Merrill at the steel guitar! (1968)

PostHeaderIcon LISTEN TO A COUNTRY SONG

LYNN SINGS HER BIG HIT “LISTEN TO A COUNTRY SONG” AT THE FARM AID EVENT
Video Rating: 4 / 5

LYNN SINGS, “YOU CAN’T LOOSE WHAT YOU NEVER HAD”, FROM HER “BACK” ALBUM
Video Rating: 5 / 5

PostHeaderIcon anneke van giersbergen toegift 6 juli 2011 paradiso hitklup

Video Rating: 5 / 5

PostHeaderIcon I never promised you a rose garden

Me singing rose garden

Lynn Anderson sings again!! This show was originally broadcast in color but recorded onto a black & white kinescope so the quality isn`t the greatest. Still a nice number by Lynn taken from a Mardi Gras themed show. (1968)
Video Rating: 4 / 5