Moe Bandy

He was one of the classic Honky Tonk singers of the 1970's, starting his career in a time when the pure country sound with fiddle and steel seemed to fade away, making room for the more polished and urbane sounds of artists like Kenny Rogers and Anne Murray. He financed his first recording session by taking up a loan and finally succeeded by scoring several major hits, including "I Just Started Hating Cheatin' Songs Today", "Bandy, The Rodeo Clown" and "It was Always So Easy (To Find An Unhappy Woman)".

His musical style always left plenty of room for the steel guitar, Lloyd Green can be heard on his early recording from the mid 70's, together with Weldon Myrick who played on most of the recordings from the late 70's and early 80's. This is pure Country Music!