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Buck Owens? legendary live albums from Carnegie Hall, Japan and London were landmark efforts that captured Buck and the Buckaroos at their peak, but he also recorded other live albums overseas. The most obscure of Buck?s live releases was his April 1970 show in Oslo, Norway that featured Don Rich with the Buckaroos, Buck?s son Buddy Alan and the Hagers. Fiery and intense, it reflects that unique early ?70s period when Buck was experimenting and broadening his sound beyond his old style. With...

His indecision was merely a prelude. A few days later Owens dropped the legal action and took out a series of newspaper ads begging forgiveness. “I love her and want her back,” he insists. “If I thought it would help, I’d find a World War II tank and drive it up in her front yard waving a white flag.”


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