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Oh, Those Country Songs #2

written by: thaibob
Continuing along with those weird and wonderful country songs, you may find some of the questions easy but some are a bit tough if you're not into country music. Every song is real including those on the answer page.

Question 1:

"You've Got Sawdust On The Floor Of Your Heart" is the name of a song and an album by this Canadian artist who portrayed Hank Williams Sr. in the film/play "Hank Williams: The Show He Never Gave". Who is this singer?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Rhett Akins
Sneezy Waters
Adam Harvey
Duncan Walters

Question 2:

"You've Already Put Big Old Tears In My Eyes, Must You Throw Dirt In My Face?" has been sung by Roy Clark, Waylon Jennings and, Elvis Costello. But it was written by Bill Anderson in 1962 specifically for these two brothers named Ira and Charlie. What is the last name of this duo whose real name is Loudermilk?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 3:

His father Earl played banjo with Lester Flatt and he sang "You Can Lock Me Up In Jail & Throw Away the Key, But You Can't Keep My Face From Breaking Out". He made his first recording at the age of 13. What is his name?
Randy Scruggs
Ray Scott
Redd Stewart
Ricky Skaggs

Question 4:

This gent sang a song written by Woody Bowles called "You're The Hangnail In My Life, And I Can't Bite You Off". Although he wrote songs for others, his solo "Della and the Dealer" never broke into the top 10 country hits. He and his mom were inducted into the Oklahoma Country Hall of Fame in 2007. There are not many people with his first name. What's his full name?
Ernest Tubb
Red Foley
Moe Bandy
Hoyt Axton

Question 5:

"You Done Stomped On My Heart (and You Mashed That Sucker Flat)" was sung and recorded by John Denver. Who wrote the song?
Tom Smothers
Sam Cooke
Mason Williams
Neil Young

Question 6:

"You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd" is a song by the "Dang Me" artist who is "King of the Road" and one of the reasons "England Swings". Who is he?
Loudon Wainwright III
Roy Acuff
Jim Stafford
Roger Miller

Question 7:

This dude got into a big to-do with the Dixie Chicks and their lead singer about comments she made about President George W. Bush. His first single in 1993 was entitled "Should've Been a Cowboy". Some folks confuse his last name with his first. Can you pick the correct name?
Rushlow Harris
Jesse Lee
Toby Keith
Boxcar Willie

Question 8:

This lovely lady released "You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man" and "Don't Come Home a-Drinkin' With Lovin' on Yo-Mind". Her first and last name initials match. Who is she?
Maria Mandrell
Cathy Cline
Marta McEntire
Loretta Lynn

Question 9:

This lady's song "You're a Hard Dog To Keep Under The Porch" was a Top 20 single along with "Boys Like You". In 2001 she, along with 20 other artists, organized a tribute to country singer Webb Pierce, which resulted in his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. She is considered one of the most influential country artists and was the first female recording producer. What is her name?
Daisy Dern
Sarah Darling
Gail Davies
Amber Dotson

Question 10:

This country singer, nicknamed "The Possum", wrote the song "You Changed Your Name From Brown to Jones And Mine From Black to Blue", which was performed by Elvis Costello. He was the husband of Tammy Wynette and also had a nickname caused by his failure to show up at performances because of his alcoholic and cocaine addictions. Who is he?
Tom T. Hall
Hank Thompson
Roy Acuff
George Jones


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