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Bobby Mack “the man with 1000 voices”

Bobby Mack “the man with 1000 voices” (1932 – 2016) was a fixture on the country music scene in Illinois.  He recorded several notable rockabilly 45s in the 1950’s and early ’60’s.He worked with Jerry Milam and did some of the earliest recording at Golden Voice. He cut the single I’m Leaving You / The […]

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Bobby Mack “the man with 1000 voices”

Bobby Mack “the man with 1000 voices” (1932 – 2016) was a fixture on the country music scene in Illinois.  He recorded several notable rockabilly 45s in the 1950’s and early ’60’s.He worked with Jerry Milam and did some of the earliest recording at Golden Voice. He cut the single I’m Leaving You / The […]

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Golden Voice Unknowns: The Back Pages, 3’s A Crowd & Crissettes.

Here are three Golden Voice 45s which we don’t know much about. Did you record one of these?  Contact us HERE or on  FACEBOOK here, we would like to hear from you. First up is an early garage rock record from The Back Pages. This record is belived to have been made around the same time […]

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Johnny McCollum

Johnny McCollum, a noted songwriter and musician from Iowa, recorded at Golden Voice in the late 1960s. The respected bandleader and performer has published well over 100 songs, including ones performed by many notable country artists.  He came from a musical background, writing songs as a child. Johnny was originally signed to Sun Records in […]

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Andraé Crouch, Golden Voice Legend.

Andraé Crouch (1942 – 2015), called by many “The Father of Modern Gospel”, visited Golden Voice Studio during the 1970’s.  

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Carl Trantham aka Carl Trent, Golden Voice Legend.

Carl Trantham aka Carl Trent, Golden Voice Legend.  Carl Trantham is a true musical legend.  His story predates Golden Voice and his legacy continues today amongst hard-core collectors of genuine county, bluegrass and rockabilly records.   Carl got his start Highland, MO at the age of six playing guitar and singing with his family.  He would […]

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Steve Gibson, Golden Voice and the Peoria Music scene in the late 1960’s.

Here is Nashville legend Steve Gibson (who cut his first record at Golden Voice) talking about his past in the Peoria, Il music scene of the late 1960’s.  In this talk he did with the Country Music Hall of Fame he has some great remarks and insights regarding his first recordings at Golden Voice Recording Co.   Click here […]

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