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Monday, March 9, 2009

Hank Locklin dies

The oldest Grand Ole Opry member and hit singer Hank Locklin, 91, died Sunday, March 8. Locklin released his latest album "By the Grace of God" recently and was a very successful country music artist during the 1950s and 1960s with hits such as "Let Me Be The One", "Geisha Girl", "Please Help Me I'm Falling" and "Happy Journey". Locklin spent his last years in Brewton, Alabama.

Read a full article at the Nashville City Paper.

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