The Sons Of The Pioneers are one of America's earliest Western singing groups. Formed in 1933 by Roy Rogers and Bob Nolan, this group has remained active to the present day, with numerous personnel changes over the years. From 1935-1984, they appeared in 87 movies.
Best known songs (with years) include:
Pop charts debut year: 1934
Years active: 1933-present
Genres: Country, Western
Labels: Decca, RCA Victor, Vocalion
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