Is this the name of an Andy Griffith Show character or a Sixties country singer?

Would you find this person at Floyd's or the Grand Ole Opry?

The Andy Griffith Show was filled with good music. Andy himself sang along with The Country Boys. Bluegrass superstars The Dillards appeared on the series as The Darlings. Of course, you probably whistled along to "The Fishin' Hole" every episode.

Meanwhile, as that iconic sitcom was airing, country music was going through a revolution. "The Nashville Sound," "The Bakersfield Sound" and "Outlaw Country" all came into their own as genres in the Sixties.

We've gathered some Mayberry folks and some popular country singers of the 1960s. See if you can sort 'em!

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  1. Floyd Lawson
  2. Ray Price
  3. Otis Campbell
  4. Thelma Lou
  5. Charley Pride
  6. Ben Weaver
  7. Warren Ferguson
  8. Ferlin Husky
  9. Myrna Lorrie
  10. Flora Malherbe
  11. Melba Montgomery
  12. Peggy McMillan
  13. Johnny Paul Jason
  14. Mickey Newbury
  15. Martha Clark
  16. Roy Drusky
  17. Trey Bowden

Is this the name of an Andy Griffith Show character or a Sixties country singer?

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EllisClevenger 2 months ago
You got 16 out of 17
As Andy would say, you did "G-o-o-o-o-o-d!"
Missed #9.
g876h9b2 3 months ago
Andy and the rest of Mayberry are
The most craziest bunch.
David 5 months ago
Waaaaaaaay too Easy!! Pick up the game MeTV! ;)
steadyeddie 6 months ago
Fun stuff! Our TV shows just the first couple of years so I couldn’t get all the answers. Which begs the question, why can’t I see later years?
EllisClevenger 14 months ago
You got 16 out of 17
As Andy would say, you did "G-o-o-o-o-o-d!"
Missed #15.
I thought Martha sang in a choir?
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