Del Reeves

Jul 14, 1932


As a Grand Ole Opry mainstay during the 1960s, the truck-driving country balladeer Del Reeves became notorious, like his contemporaries Ray Stevens and Roger Miller, for heavily lading his hit singles (such as the 1965 "Girl on the Billboard" and the 1966 "Women Do Funny Things to Me") with off-the-wall comic insights, one-liners, and goofy vocal… More


Del Reeves Videos

Las Vegas Hillbillys
2 minutes 22 seconds
Sam Whiskey: Wet The Whistle
3 minutes 33 seconds

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