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Country Gems
Betty Foley
"Old Moon"
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Coleman O'Neal
"Mr. Heartache, Move On"
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Very soon, I’ll be introducing my first ever Top 10 Country Hits 1944-2010 book. While major artists dominated the top of the Country charts for this 66-year era, there are a few hidden gems to be found – like these two picks. Betty Foley, Red Foley’s daughter and sister-in-law of Pat Boone, had a great sound with her #7 hit, “Old Moon” on the small Bandera label, in 1959. Coleman O’Neal, from Philadelphia, had a good rockabilly sound with this #8 hit from 1963 on the Chancellor Country label, his one and only chart hit “Mr. Heartache, Move On."

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