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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Norma Jean & George McCormick - The Game of Triangles

Norma Jean and George McCormick perform on the Porter Wagoner Show. They are joined by comedian Mac Magaha. McCormick served as a background musician for Opry stars from the 1950s to the 1970s I think and was also a member of the Wagonmasters. He also recorded under his own name and with Earl Aycock.


Anonymous said...

George McCormick was in fact a member of the Wagonmasters for most of its existence on rhythm guitar and backup vocals. Mac Magaha was better known as a fiddler, for the Wagonmasters, and before that with Reno and Smiley.

Floyd said...

If you were lucky enough to see some of Reno and Smiley TV spots Mac and the boys did some great comedy skits.