Louvin made one final public appearance on RFD-TV's The Marty Stuart Show, alongside his son, Sonny Louvin. He performed 'See The Big Man Cry', after which country music icon Connie Smith spoke of her admiration for Louvin, before performing 'I Don't Love You Anymore'. Leroy Troy, alongside Lester Armistead and Dan Kelly then performed 'Bald Knob, Arkansas', which was written by Charlie's brother, Ira Louvin. It Almost Felt Like Love". 76. - "I Want to See You (One More Time)". I Just Want a Happy Life". - "Is I Love You That Easy to Say".
Album · 1963 · 24 Songs. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. 24 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes. Less and Less and I Don't Love You Anymore, Lonesome Is Me Charlie Louvin. 1. I Don't Love You Anymore. 2. I'll Have Made It to the Bridge.
Album · 2007 · 12 Songs. 12 Songs, 38 Minutes. Charlie Louvin Charlie Louvin. Listen on Apple Music.
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Ira Lonnie Loudermilk (April 21, 1924 – June 20, 1965), known professionally as Ira Louvin, was an American country music singer, mandolinist and songwriter. He was a cousin of songwriter John D. Loudermilk. Ira Louvin was born in Section, Alabama and played together with his brother, Charlie, in the close harmony tradition as the Louvin Brothers. They were heavily influenced by the Delmore Brothers and Monroe Brothers
The Louvin Brothers were an American country music duo composed of brothers Ira Lonnie Loudermilk (1924–1965) and Charlie Elzer Loudermilk (1927–2011), better known as Ira and Charlie Louvin. They helped popularize close harmony, a genre of country music. The brothers are cousins to John D. Loudermilk, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member.
He is best known as one of the Louvin Brothers, and was a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1955. Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers.
The Louvin Brothers released numerous singles, such as "When I Stop Dreaming", with over 20 recordings reaching the country music charts. Their rich harmonies served as an influence to later artists such as Emmylou Harris, Gram Parsons and The Byrds.