4 “Brothers” Wrote a Song That Tearfully Left America My Heart Blew When They Sung It on TV.

The Statler Brothers Show was a beloved staple on The Nashville Network, airing every Saturday night and showcasing the talented Statler Brothers.

Initially backing Johnny Cash, the group—comprising Harold Reid, Don Reid, Phil Balsley, and Lew DeWitt—rose to fame with hits like “The Class Of ’57” and “Flowers on the Wall.”

With over 40 albums, they garnered three Grammys, three ACM awards, and nine CMA Vocal Group of the Year awards in just 12 years. Inducted into both the Country Music and Gospel Halls of Fame, they left an indelible mark.

A memorable episode featured their poignant song “More Than A Name On A Wall,” resonating deeply with audiences about love, war, and memory.

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