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    Four Statler Brothers Outfits. One of the most successful vocal groups in the history of country music, the Statlers achieved their notoriety while touring with Johnny Cash from 1963-1971. Known for their fine harmonies and consummate stage presence, they had a succession of hits during the '70s. In 1982, member Lew DeWitt died, but the group went on and had a long-running variety show on TNN. Four sets of two-piece suits include pants and jackets, especially designed for each member of the ever-popular Statler Brothers. Charcoal suits with maroon piping have their nicknames and the date, 1972, sewn into each outfit. Normal age wear in fine condition. Also included in this lot is the Polygram LP that pictures them in these suits, plus an unsigned 8" x 10" black and white photo of the group.

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    Auction Dates
    Sep-Oct, 2004
    30th-1st Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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