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Roy Drusky
Birth: Jun. 22, 1930
Death: Sep. 23, 2004

Country Singer. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Drusky had several Top Ten hits throughout the 1960s and 1970s and was a member of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, since 1958. Among his many recordings are, 'Yes, Mr. Peters', 'Pick Of The Week', 'Three Hearts In A Tangle', 'Anymore', 'So Much Got Lost', 'Peel Me A Nanner', 'Lonely Thing Called Me', 'White Lightnin' Express', 'Please Don' Let Me Love You Anymore', 'You're The Shaking Kind', 'At Times Everybody Is Blind', 'Another', and 'Such A Fool.' Drusky also appeared in films including, "Forty Acre Feud" (1965), "Country Music On Broadway" (1965), "The Gold Guitar" (1966), and "The Las vegas Hillbillys" (1966). Drusky who was born Roy Frank Drusky Jr. passed away on September 23, 2004, at the age of 74, following a battle with emphysema. (bio by: K) 
Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown.
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Originally Created by: K
Record added: Sep 24, 2004
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