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Johnnie High & Susie Slaughter - The Country Music Revue album flac

Johnnie High & Susie Slaughter - The Country Music Revue album flac Performer: Johnnie High & Susie Slaughter
Title: The Country Music Revue
Style: Country
MP3 album: 1247 mb
FLAC album: 1272 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: AAC AC3 VOC DXD MPC MP4 MP2
Genre: Folk and Country

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In 1974, High began his country music show, when he and dance teacher Chisai Childs of Fort Worth, bought and renovated Grapevine's Palace Theatre. In 1979, Childs moved to Branson, Missouri, when High opened his Saturday night show at Will Rogers Auditorium in Fort Worth. It stayed there for almost 13 years before moving to Haltom City's Shannon Auditorium.

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A1 Live Performance Show
A2 Live Performance Show

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  • Recorded At – Will Rogers Auditorium


  • Acoustic Guitar – Kerry Marx
  • Backing Vocals – Diana Temple, Myrna Hunt, Veralyn Harms
  • Bass – Marc Jaco
  • Drums – Warren Dewey
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Paul Christensen
  • Fiddle – Carroll Hubbard
  • Harmonica – Billy Grammer, Jr.
  • Lead Guitar – Jerry Matheny
  • MC – Johnnie High, Larry Scott
  • Mixed By – Garry Scott
  • Photography – Hank Larsen
  • Piano, Music Director [Band Director] – Joy Newman
  • Steel Guitar [MSA] – Maurice Anderson


Local Arlington,Texas Country Artist Live at Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, Texas