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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.

When cowboys ranged Detroit radio — Happy Hank

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Jimmy Williams: Blue Water Drifter, Part 3

Part 3 of a biography of Southeast Michigan's country-western radio and stage personality Jimmy Williams.

Jimmy Williams: Blue Water Drifter, Part 2

Jimmy Williams was one of Michigan’s best-known country artists of the 20th century, promoting stars of Nashville on radio and in person during the 1960s.

90 Years of Detroit Country Music

50 Years of Detroit Country Music Last June marked the 41st anniversary of a Detroit country music fair honoring the 50th anniversary of WEXL radio, Royal Oak.

Georgie Davis remembers the Davis Sisters

The Davis Sisters On May 26, 2014, Craig Maki and Keith Cady visited with Georgie Davis. Here are highlights from their conversation.

So long, Jack Rainwater

Jack Rainwater Last Monday, April 21, Jack Rainwater passed away quietly from a lengthy illness.