I was going through a rack of cheap CD's at Walmart last night. Most everything on this rack is 3-6 bucks and includes bluegrass, country, gospel, and some rock. I came across a Vern Gosdin CD. Now this is one of the greats in my opinion. His voice ranks right up there with George Jones and Conway Twitty. I dont think Gosdin has recorded since 1993 and has suffered two strokes but still manages a few shows a year. This is the country sound I was raised on. This pop country culture of today is why my radio never hits a country station anymore. Picked up another off the same rack a few weeks back from a fellow by the name of Red Sovine. He had some great songs like Teddy Bear and Roses for Mama. What are some of your favorite long forgotten country crooners?