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Earl Thomas Conley
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Vocalist
    (October 17, 1941-April 10, 2019)
    Born in Portsmouth, Ohio
    Notable singles include 'The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down,' 'Silent Treatment,' 'Fire and Smoke,' 'Somewhere Between Right and Wrong,' 'What She Is (Is A Woman in Love)' and 'Brotherly Love (with Keith Whitley)
    Other work includes Texas Other singles include 'Tell Me Why,' 'After the Love Slips Away,' 'Heavenly Bodies,' 'I Have Loved You Girl (But Not Like This Before),' 'Your Love's on the Line,','Holding Her and Loving You,' 'Don't Make It Easy for Me,' 'Angel in Disguise,' 'Chance of Lovin' You,' 'Honor Bound,' 'Love Don't Care (Whose Heart It Breaks),' 'Nobody Falls Like a Fool,' 'Once in a Blue Moon,' 'Too Many Times (with Anita Pointer),' 'I Can't Win for Losin' You,' 'That Was a Close One,' 'Right from the Start,' 'We Believe in Happy Endings (with Emmylou Harris),' 'What I'd Say,' 'Love Out Loud,' 'Bring Back Your Love to Me' and 'Shadow of a Doubt'
    He sports a scruffy beard.
    He did not record a full length album until recording a string of singles in the 1970's.
    Despite being talented, he turned down a scholarship to attend an art school.
    He took a hiatus from the music industry citing burnout and road fatigue as a couple of the factors.
    He frequently changed record labels at the peak of his success.
    He served in the United States Army out of high school.
    In the early part of his career, he worked regular jobs to support himself during the day and performing clubs at night.
    He wrote most of his own songs, which were often classified as 'thinking man's country'.
    He was the only country music artist to appear on 'Soul Train.'
    His 18 #1 singles in the 1980's, ranked him in the top three country artists, behind Ronnie Milsap and Alabama.
    His duet 'Brotherly Love' was a posthumous release for Keith Whitley.

Credit: Ricky


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