Top Johnny Bond Albums
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The Legend Collection: Johnny Bond
The Legend Collection: Johnny Bond
[2014]
Hot Rod Bond - [The Dave Cash Collection]
Hot Rod Bond - [The Dave Cash Collection]
[2011]
Oklahoma Hills
Oklahoma Hills
[2010]
Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabam’
Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabam’
[2010]
Songs That Made Him Famous
Songs That Made Him Famous
[2009]
Ten Little Bottles and 15 Other Starday Recordings
Ten Little Bottles and 15 Other Starday Recordings
[2009]
Oklahoma Waltz
Oklahoma Waltz
[2009]
His Best
His Best
[2007]
Johnny Bond: His Best
Johnny Bond: His Best
[2007]
The Standard Transcriptions: Johhny Bond - Country and Western
The Standard Transcriptions: Johhny Bond - Country and Western
[2004]
Country Masters: Johnny Bond (Re-Recorded Versions)
Country Masters: Johnny Bond (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2004]
I Like My Chicken Fryin' Size
I Like My Chicken Fryin' Size
[2003]
Divorce me C.O.D.
Divorce me C.O.D.
[2003]
The Home Recordings
The Home Recordings
[2002]
Country and Western
Country and Western
[2001]
Related Information for Johnny Bond
Country Music Hall of Famer Johnny “The Singing Cowboy” Bond (1st of June 1915 - 12th June 1978) and his band the Red River Valley Boys are prime examples from the days when jazz informed “hillbilly” music (or maybe it was the hillbilly informing the jazz).Born Cyrus Whitfield Bond in Enville, Oklahoma, he learned ukelele and guitar headed to Oklahoma City as a teen to play dances and radio shows as a member of the Singing Cowboy Trio and later the Bell Boys. Bond’s big break came in 1939 as a member of the Jimmy Wakely Trio when they were brought out to Hollywood to appear in a western called "The Saga of Death Valley, starring Roy Rogers. By 1940 Jimmy Wakely's trio had relocated to California and become regulars on Gene Autry&#... read more