Kenny Price

Kenny Price

James Kenneth "Kenny" Price (May 27, 1931 - August 4, 1987) was a singer, songwriter, and actor. Nicknamed the "Round Mound of Sound," Price recorded for the Boone and RCA Victor, MRC and Dimension record labels, charting thirty-four singles on the Hot Country Songs charts between 1966 and 1980. His highest-peaking singles, "Walking on New Grass" and "Happy Tracks," both reached No. 7 on that chart.

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... Changed Since I've Been Unchained" — — 1976 "Too Big a Price to Pay" 60 — 1977 "I'd Buy You Chattanooga" 60 — Heavy Duty Country "Leavin'" 74 — 1978 "Afraid You'd ...

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