Male Country Music Artist

From Roy Acuff to Dwight Yoakam

line dance and country artist

some of our favourite country music and line dance artist we hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

Male Country Artist
   
  • A
  • Roy Acuff
  • Alabama
  • John Anderson
  • Eddy Arnold
  • Gene Autry
  • B
  • Moe Bandy
  • Clint Black
  • Jack & Misty Blanchard
  • Garth Brooks
  • Brooks & Dunn
  • C
  • Johnny Cash
  • Kenny Chesney
  • D
  • Dean Dillon,
  • Dave Dudley ,
  • E
  • Steve Earle,
  • Dale Everett
  • F
  • Freddy Fender,
  • Flatt & Scruggs
  • David Frizzell
  • Lefty Frizzell,
  • G
  • Vince Gill,
  • Vern Gosdin,
  • H
  • Donny H
  • Merle Haggard
  • Tom T Hall
  • Steve Holy
  • Ferlin Huskey
  • K
  • Sammy Kershaw
  • Hal Ketchum,
  • J
  • Alan Jackson
  • Waylon Jennings
  •  
  • L
  • Vin Lamar
  • Blaine Larsen
  • Lyle Lovett,
  • M
  • Boomer McClennan
  • John McCane
  • John Michael Montgomery
  • Bill Monroe
  • N
  • Willie Nelson,
  • O
  • Paul Overstreet
  • Buck Owens
  • P
  • Brad Paisley
  • Lee Roy Parnell
  • R
  • Randy Houser
  • Big Rain
  • Jim Reeves
  • Roy Rogers
  • S
  • Pete Schlegel
  • Leon Seiter
  • Dave Sheriff
  • George Strait
  • T
  • Rick Tippe,
  • Randy Travis
  • Ernest Tubb
  • Conway Twitty
  • U
  • Keith Urban,
  • W
  • Porter Wagoner,
  • Clay Walker,
  • Shane Warner
  • Boxcar Willie
  • Hank Williams,
  • Hank Williams Jr
  • Bob Wills
  • Y
  • Billy Yates,
  • Dwight Yoakam
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    Waylon Jennings

    Texan born Waylon Jennings grew up liking music and at the incredible age of 12 was a pop DJ on his hometown radio station in Littlefield.  Five years later he was presenting country records on air and by the time rock and roll arrived he was a rock DJ in Lubbock Texas. It was Buddy Holly who offered Waylon his first chance, after hearing Waylon play he invited him to join his band as an Electric Bass Player, however 3 months later Holly was dead.

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    Lee Roy Parnell

    Born on 21 December 1956 in Abilene Texas

    When you think of Texas Roots music one name stands out from the pack and that's Lee Roy Parnell.

    With a blend of Abrasive Honky Tonk, Rock n roll, Blues, boogie, Western Swing Gospel and soul you have an artist that's hard to pigeon hole and maybe that's why Lee Roy Parnell had his incredible run of success in the 90's country charts.

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