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The Kendall’s racked up a series of Country Hits during the late 70′s and early 80′s.  Daughter, Jeannie, sang lead while father, Royce, did harmony vocals.  Royce was born in St. Louis, Missouri.  Royce was a barber.  The family moved to Nashville in pursuit of success, and they got it.  They had thirty singles on the Billboard Country Single Charts including the number one hit “Heavens Just A Sin Away,” “Sweet Desire,” It Don’t Feel Like Sinnin’ To Me,” and Thank God For The Radio.”  Join me Sunday at 11:00 AM for the music of the Kendall’s.

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