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A regular on the Grand Ole Opry, Ferlin Husky earned his fame as a country singer in the 50's with his release of "Wings of a Dove," and "Gone," both number one hits. A man of many talents, his comedic aka signed with Capitol Records as Simon Crum, working (independently) on his own titles, which included the number two hit "Country Music is Here to Stay" (1958). Ferlin Husky (Crum) continued singing country and making appearances on the Opry and at Cristy Lane's Theatre (Branson, MO). As an actor, Husky appeared in Mr. Rock & Roll, as well as the Kraft TV Theatre, and had his greatest hit in 1960 with the gospel single, "Wings of a Dove," to be closely followed at number 4 on the charts by "Once" in 1966. His latest album, "Vintage," released by Capital Records (1996) is a retrospective of his years as a regular on the country/western circuit.
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