Talk:Pop! Goes the Country
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The words to the song "Nobody Wants to be Country" needs citation, as it is copyrighted material. I attempted the addition of a reference, which resulted in an error which I could not resolve. The citation should appear as:
Statler Brothers, "Nobody Wants to Be Country". Tenth Anniversary (music recording). Mercury, 1980.
If a less technically-challenged editor could properly format it for me, I'd be forever grateful. (Or at least until a week from next Friday). SonPraises 21:30, 17 February 2007 (UTC)
What Channel Was it On
- It is relevant to the article, but it wasn't a network program. It was first-run syndication. It was produced and sold to stations at large. In some venues it was picked up by a network station to fill air-time before or after network programming. In other venues, it was picked up by local UHF stations sometimes competing with network programming. In other venues, it would not be available at all. Hope this clears it up for youSonPraises (talk) (contributions) 13:40, 11 June 2009 (UTC)
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