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You'll understand why Vern Gosdin was called "The Voice" as soon as he reaches the first chorus on opener "Do You Believe Me Now." This guy can really sing, like George Jones after a few unfiltereds. He knows his history, too. Chiseled in Stone dances through heartfelt tributes to Ernest Tubb and Bob Wills, then hits you with honky-tonk heartbreakers worthy of both. The title track is particularly piercing, with the distraught singer getting barstool counsel from a man who's lost it all.

Customer Reviews

Chiseled In Stone

One of the best singer/songwriters there will ever be. A true country and western album.

Vern Gosdin 'Conway & Marty Robins

I love his voice & his songs are like stories. He is like Martie Robins & Conway Twitty I love all of them ! I grew up with all of the classic country & light rock. Songs that are wrote about life & from your heart !!!


Love this Album Every Song
Love his voice and his story telling


Born: August 5, 1934 in Woodland, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

As country music swung back toward traditional styles in the 1980s, an inheritor of the soulful honky tonk style of Lefty Frizzell and Merle Haggard rose to the top of the business and notched hit after barroom hit. Sometimes he was known simply as "the Voice." Born in Woodland, AL, Vern Gosdin idolized the Louvin Brothers and the Blue Sky Boys as a young man and sang in a gospel quartet called the Gosdin Brothers. When he was in his late teens, his family moved to Birmingham and began hosting The...
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