Top Statler Brothers Albums
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The Statler Brothers: The Best From the Farewell Concert (Live)
The Statler Brothers: The Best From the Farewell Concert (Live)
[2013]
The Gospel Music of the Statler Brothers, Vol. 2
The Gospel Music of the Statler Brothers, Vol. 2
[2010]
Favorites
Favorites
[2006]
Gold
Gold
[2006]
Statler Brothers: The Definitive Collection
Statler Brothers: The Definitive Collection
[2005]
Farewell Concert
Farewell Concert
[2003]
Amen
Amen
[2002]
An American Legend
An American Legend
[1996]
Flowers On the Wall - The Essential Statler Brothers 1964-1969
Flowers On the Wall - The Essential Statler Brothers 1964-1969
[1996]
Christmas Wishes
Christmas Wishes
[1994]
Home
Home
[1993]
Today's Gospel Favorites
Today's Gospel Favorites
[1993]
Words and Music
Words and Music
[1992]
All American Country
All American Country
[1991]
Christmas Present
Christmas Present
[1990]
Live and Sold Out
Live and Sold Out
[1989]
Four For the Show
Four For the Show
[1986]
Radio Gospel Favorites
Radio Gospel Favorites
[1986]
Atlanta Blue
Atlanta Blue
[1984]
Today
Today
[1983]
Years Ago
Years Ago
[1981]
Entertainers On & Off the Record
Entertainers On & Off the Record
[1978]
The Country America Loves
The Country America Loves
[1977]
Sing Country Symphonies In E Major
Sing Country Symphonies In E Major
[1972]
Innerview
Innerview
[1972]
Bed of Rose's
Bed of Rose's
[1971]
Susan When She Tried lyricsBlessed Be lyricsWe Got Paid By Cash lyricsBed Of Rose's lyricsNoah Found Grace In The Eyes Of The Lord lyricsUnchained Melody lyricsHave A Little Faith lyricsWhat We Love To Do lyricsWhat Do I Care lyricsThis Part Of The World lyricsWe Owe It All To Yesterday lyricsToo Long Ago lyricsToo Many Rivers lyricsToo Much On My Heart lyricsUnder It All lyricsWe lyricsWalking In The Sunshine lyricsWhatever Happened To Randolph Scott lyricsWhen I Stop Dreaming lyricsYou've Been Like A Mother To Me lyricsYou'll Be Back (every Night In My Dreams) lyricsYou Just Haven't Done It Yet lyricsYou Could Be Coming To Me lyricsYou Comb Her Hair lyricsYou Can't Have Your Kate And Edith Too lyricsYou Can't Go Home lyricsWoman Without A Home lyricsWho Am I To Say lyricsWhen You And I Were Young Maggie lyricsWhen The Roll Is Called Up Yonder lyricsWhen My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again lyricsThis Ole House lyricsThings lyricsThey Can't Get You Out Of Me lyricsThank You World lyricsThank God I've Got You lyricsTender Years lyricsTake Me Home Country Roads lyricsTake Good Care Of Her lyricsSweet Charlotte Ann lyricsStreets Of San Francisco lyricsStranger In My Place lyricsStrand lyricsSpecial Song For Wanda lyricsSong Of Solomon lyricsSong Of David lyricsSomething You Can't Buy lyricsThat Haunted Old House lyricsThat Summer lyricsThere's A Man In Here lyricsThere Is Power In The Blood lyricsThere Goes My Everything lyricsThe Teacher lyricsThe Right One lyricsThe Official Historian On Shirley Jean Berrell lyricsThe Lord's Prayer lyricsThe Kingdom Of Heaven Is At Hand lyricsThe King Of Love lyricsThe Kid's Last Fight lyricsThe Dreamer lyricsThe Brave Apostles Twelve lyricsThe Best I Know How lyricsSomebody New Will Be Coming Along lyricsOh Happy Day lyricsLess Of Me lyricsFallin' In Love lyricsI'm The Boy lyricsHow Are Things In Clay Kentucky lyricsNever Ending Song Of Love lyricsHow To Be A Country Star lyricsThe Ten Commandments lyricsOld Cheerleaders Cry lyricsWhose Birthday Is Christmas lyricsThe Carols Those Kids Used To Sing lyricsHe's Got The Whole World In His Hands lyrics
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Related Information for Statler BrothersThe Statler Brothers were an American country music vocal group founded in 1955 in Staunton, Virginia.Originally performing gospel music at local churches, the group billed themselves as The Four Star Quartet, and later The Kingsmen. In 1963, when the song “Louie, Louie” by the garage rock band also called The Kingsmen became famous, the group elected to bill themselves as The Statler Brothers. Despite the name, only two members of the group (Don and Harold Reid) are actual broth. read more