The Sons of the Pioneers, famous for their western classics, have added a few surprises to their already extensive repertoire. This multi-talented group creates instrumental combinations lending an exciting “lift” to the western swing, country songs, gospel and Dixieland.
Who can forget the trademark harmonies of “Tumbling Tumbleweeds,” the haunting lyrics of “Cool Water,” or the beautifully enchanting mood created by the strains of “Blue Prairie” and the cascade of “Timber Tails”?
Seven decades later, they’ve earned the distinctions as Aristocrats of the Range, of having been inducted into the Western Music Association, National Cowboy, and Singing Cowboy Halls of Fame, as well has having been given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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