CMT Rewind: Ray Price’s “Crazy Arms” Adds A Rocking Swing To Country’s Pop Emergence

1956 falls amid a fascinating era in country music. The genre is fresh from ushering the radio era into television via barn dances and singing cowboys singing two-step ballads and jazzy western swing meant for polkas and the Virginia Reel. As well, on the horizon is the melding of jump blues, rhythmic blues, and rockabilly… Read more »

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