Happy 100th birthday, Les York of the York Brothers

Leslie York, 1947 Today we mark the centennial birthday of Les York, creator of "Hamtramck Mama," Detroit's first hit C&W record.

Undecided Heart: Ralph Davis, Part Three

Ralph Davis After playing his first gigs in Detroit, musician and songwriter Ralph Davis moved to the WSM Grand Ole Opry, where he performed for 40 years.

Undecided Heart: Ralph Davis, Part Two

Ralph Davis, Bud Titus, and the sweet country records they cut in 1957.

Undecided Heart: Ralph Davis, Part One

After leading bands in Detroit, Ralph Davis made his dream come true at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

Jimmy Lee Williams: You Ain’t No Good For Me

Jimmy Lee Williams The time when bluegrass and gospel picker Jimmy Lee Williams cut rock'n'roll records in Detroit.

When cowboys ranged Detroit radio — Happy Hank

Happy Hank, aka Marc Williams Biography of Happy Hank (Marc Williams), cowboy singer and host of syndicated radio shows for children during the 1940s, who lived in Detroit for many years.

Michigan Country Music Hall of Fame is back

Michigan Country Music Hall of Fame Michigan Country Music Hall of Fame returns after short hiatus to continue four-decade mission, recognizing statewide C&W talent.