Top Roy Acuff Albums
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Country Classics
Country Classics
[2018]
The Essential
The Essential
[2014]
Wanted: Roy Acuff
Wanted: Roy Acuff
[2014]
Wabash Cannon Ball (feat. The Smoky Mountain Boys)
Wabash Cannon Ball (feat. The Smoky Mountain Boys)
[2014]
Great Train Tracks
Great Train Tracks
[2014]
Countrypolitan Classics - Roy Acuff
Countrypolitan Classics - Roy Acuff
[2013]
The Roy Acuff Legacy
The Roy Acuff Legacy
[2013]
Red River Valley
Red River Valley
[2012]
The Great Roy Acuff
The Great Roy Acuff
[2012]
Sunshine Special
Sunshine Special
[2011]
Favorite Hymns
Favorite Hymns
[2011]
The All Time Greatest Country Artists (Volume 17)
The All Time Greatest Country Artists (Volume 17)
[2009]
His Earliest Recordings
His Earliest Recordings
[2007]
Roy Acuff: His Earliest Recordings
Roy Acuff: His Earliest Recordings
[2007]
King of the Hillbillies, Vol. I, CD C
King of the Hillbillies, Vol. I, CD C
[2007]
Greatest Gospel Songs
Greatest Gospel Songs
[2005]
20 All-Time Best Sellers
20 All-Time Best Sellers
[2004]
The King of Country Music
The King of Country Music
[1994]
The Essential Roy Acuff
The Essential Roy Acuff
[1992]
Columbia Historic Edition
Columbia Historic Edition
[1991]
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Fireball Mail Wabash Cannonball Waltz Of The Wind We Live In Two Different Worlds Were You There When They Crucified My Lord Why Don't You Love Me Will The Circle Be Unbroken Wonder Is All I Do Wreck Of The Old 97 Wreck On The Highway You Win Again Wait For The Light To Shine Tennessee Central No.9 Unloved And Unclaimed Tennessee Waltz That Glory Bound Train That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine The Great Titanic The Streamlined Cannon Ball There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight Tomorrow Never Comes Turn Your Radio On Uncle Pen Your Cheating Heart Blues In My Mind Beautiful Brown Eyes Not A Word From Home This World Can't Stand Long Just A Closer Walk With Thee Nobody's Darling But Mine Each Season Changes You Jesus Died For Me What A Friend We Have In Jesus Blue Ridge Mountain Blues I Saw The Light All The World Is Lonely Now As Long As I Live I'll Forgive You But I Can't Forget You Before I Met You Write Me Sweetheart Waiting For My Call To Glory Branded Wherever I Go A Sinner's Death (i'm Dying) Two Little Orphans Im Planting A Rose Blue Eyed Darling River Of Crystal Thank God 144.000 Great Speckle Bird Hey Good Lookin' I Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You) I Love You Because I Wonder If God Likes Country Music I'll Go On Alone I'll Reap My Harvest In Heaven I'm Movin' On I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry Goodbye My Love (i Heard A Silver Trumpet) Freight Train Blues Foggy River Automobile Of Life Back In The Country Be Honest With Me Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain Candy Kisses Don't Let Me Cross Over Don't Make Me Go To Bed And I'll Be Good Easy Rockin' Chair Filipino Baby It Won't Be Long (till I'll Be Leaving) Jambalaya (on The Bayou) Kaw-liga Pan American Pins And Needles Precious Jewel Prodigal Son Remember Me (when The Candle Lights Are Gleaming) Rising Sun Satisfied Mind Sunshine Special Sweeter Than The Flowers Our Own Jole Blon Old Time Sunshine Song Oh Lonesome Me Last Letter Life's Railway To Heaven Lonely Mound Of Clay Lonesome Old River Blues Low And Lonely Mansion On The Hill Midnight Train Night Train To Memphis No One Will Ever Know Take These Chains From My Heart
Related Information for Roy Acuff
Roy Claxton Acuff (September 15, 1903 – November 23, 1992) was an American country musician known around the world as the "King of Country Music". Roy Acuff was born in Maynardville, Tennessee, to Ida Carr and Simon E. Neil Acuff (a Baptist preacher, judge and tenant farmer), the third of their five children. Originally, Acuff didn't plan to be a singer. Acuff sang in the church choir as a schoolboy, but he was more interested in sports, particularly baseball. Not only was he attracted to the sport, he had a wild streak — after his family moved to Knoxville, he was frequently arrested for fighting. Acuff continued to concentrate on playing ball, eventually becoming strong enough to earn a tryout for the major leagues.... read more