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10 Honky Tonk music video picks of the week
The following music videos are the honky tonk picks for this week. Each video will open in a new window. When you play a video your vote is registered relative to popularity of all videos in our video libraries.
Curtis Potter is not on Facebook but has a long history in country music, while Red Sovine was famous for truck driving songs. Skeets McDonald was one of the best under-promoted artists of his day, while Miss Leslie Sloan cranks out the hits from Texas. Jim Ed Brown performed “Barroom Pals and Goodtime Gals” on Country Family Reunion last week with stars of country music sitting around Jim Ed. Johnny Russell is great, as always, while Waylon’s “Leaving Town” is rich with the Fender Telecaster sound Bakersfield was known for. Fantastic and facinating Jan Howard is a friend on Facebook, while Darrell McCall was featured On Tru Country on RFD TV, and on Country’s Family Reunion. Daryle Singletary rounds out the top ten.
Here are the top ten honky tonk songs for this week:
• Them Old Honky Tonks by Curtis Potter (watch /listen)
• I know You’re Married (But I Love You Still) by Red Sovine (watch / listen)
• Call Me Mr. Brown by Skeets McDonald (watch / listen)
• I Can Still Feel by Miss Leslie & Her Juke Jointers (watch / listen)
• Barroom Pals and Goodtime Gals by Jim Ed Brown (watch / listen)
• Some Day I’ll Sober Up by Johnny Russell (watch / listen)
• Leavin’ Town by Waylon Jennings (watch / listen)
• Wrong Company by Wynn Stewart and Jan Howard (watch / listen)
• Sally Bryson by Darrell McCall (watch / listen)
• That’s Why I Sing This Way by Daryle Singletary (watch / listen)
You can comment on each video, and they were all checked to make sure they play before this article was posted. It was a joy listening to all of them.