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Volume 7071a

Room II
(Continued from Room 1)

Marty Robbins is considered by most to have been country music's most versatile singer. No other vocalist possessed a repertoire encompassing such a broad range of American popular song. He embraced traditional folk ballads, nineteenth century parlor songs, country weepers, honky tonkers, songs of the Old and New West (including his own brilliant compositions), rockabilly, teenage pop ballads and Tin Pan Alley standards. Hawaiian, blues, Tex-Mex and Jamaican music also coexisted on his records and on stage.

In thirty-one years of recording, Robbins was almost never off the country music charts. His musical and personal integrity were admired throughout the industry. Fans loved his boisterous, "anything goes" shows, marked by mugging and in-jokes  He jumped from song to song, from guitar to piano, from crooning to clowning. It was hardly surprising that less than two months before his death in 1982, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

~ Ref: Columbia's Essential Marty Robbins



The Museum Theatre features a video of
Marty On Stage At the Grand Ole Opry
We took many screen captures --
some of which I've collated into the following collage:

Click for full-size collage

On our way out we spent some time to explore the
Museum Gift Shop


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Willcox: Intro/Contents
ERBzine 7060
2. Goodie Bag
ERBzine 7061
3. Journey and Arrival
ERBzine 7062
4. Exploring Willcox
ERBzine 7063
5. Huckster Room 
ERBzine 7064
6. Presentations
ERBzine 7065
7. Exploring Willcox II
ERBzine 7066
8. Fort Grant I
ERBzine 7067
9. Fort Grant II
ERBzine 7068
10. Fort Grant III
ERBzine 7069
11. Wind Up
ERBzine 7070: 
12. Rex Allen Museum
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13. Marty Robbins Museum
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14. Chiricahua Museum
ERBzine 7073
15. Billy the Kid
ERBzine 7081
16. Willcox History I
ERBzine 7082
17. Willcox History II
ERBzine 7083
18. Willcox History III
ERBzine 7084
19. Meet Kathy Klump
ERBzine 3469
20. ERB at Fort Grant
ERBzine Arizona
ERB in Wild West

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