Honky Tonkitis

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Turns out James O'Gwynn's got a bunch of great tunes. He started out sounding a lot like early George Jones. Not surprising, because he was produced by Pappy Daily, who produced George Jones. O'Gwynn slowly found his own sound in honky tonk music, primarily piano-driven.

His highest charting release was "My Name Is Mud," which reached No. 7. In our opinion, he had a bunch of tunes better than "My Name Is Mud," but that's the one that hit. Go check it out on YouTube if you think we're wrong.

In the meantime, enjoy this much better song that he recorded:

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