Editorials and Country Musings
The Country Music Hall of Fame has been criticized over the years for failing to induct some of country's stalwarts into its hallowed halls. The list grew a few folks shorter with the announcement of the pending induction in September of Faron Young and Charley Pride. Both are well deserving of the honor. Young, a Louisiana native, had loads of hits for more than two decades, including "If You Ain't Loving (You Ain't Livin')," "Hello Walls," "Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young" and "Alone With You," which was number 1 for 13 straight weeks in 1958. ...