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Ray Wylie Hubbard

À propos de Ray Wylie Hubbard

Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard started out as a folk artist in the 1960s and later made fast friends with hitmakers Michael Martin Murphey and Jerry Jeff Walker during the nascent years of the '70s' Outlaw Country movement. Walker covered Hubbard's "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother" on his popular Viva Terlingua record, securing Hubbard's fate as a cult artist. After disappearing from the music scene for a lengthy period of time, he re-emerged with not only his stellar songwriting intact, but also a distinctly inventive fingering and bottleneck style.

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Ray Wylie Hubbard

Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard started out as a folk artist in the 1960s and later made fast friends with hitmakers Michael Martin Murphey and Jerry Jeff Walker during the nascent years of the '70s' Outlaw Country movement. Walker covered Hubbard's "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother" on his popular Viva Terlingua record, securing Hubbard's fate as a cult artist. After disappearing from the music scene for a lengthy period of time, he re-emerged with not only his stellar songwriting intact, but also a distinctly inventive fingering and bottleneck style.

À propos de Ray Wylie Hubbard

Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard started out as a folk artist in the 1960s and later made fast friends with hitmakers Michael Martin Murphey and Jerry Jeff Walker during the nascent years of the '70s' Outlaw Country movement. Walker covered Hubbard's "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother" on his popular Viva Terlingua record, securing Hubbard's fate as a cult artist. After disappearing from the music scene for a lengthy period of time, he re-emerged with not only his stellar songwriting intact, but also a distinctly inventive fingering and bottleneck style.

À propos de Ray Wylie Hubbard

Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard started out as a folk artist in the 1960s and later made fast friends with hitmakers Michael Martin Murphey and Jerry Jeff Walker during the nascent years of the '70s' Outlaw Country movement. Walker covered Hubbard's "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother" on his popular Viva Terlingua record, securing Hubbard's fate as a cult artist. After disappearing from the music scene for a lengthy period of time, he re-emerged with not only his stellar songwriting intact, but also a distinctly inventive fingering and bottleneck style.

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