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Founded: 1955

Headquarters: Staunton, Virginia

Website Link(s): Official Site




Band Members[]

  • Don Reid
  • Harold Reid
  • Phil Balsley
  • Jimmy Fortune
  • Lew DeWitt

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Band Biography[]

The Statlers got their big break singing backup (and doing their own set) as part of Johnny Cash's big touring show (which they paid tribute to in their song "We Got Paid By Cash"). After a while, they split, and had quite a big success on their own, although their biggest hit was their first, "Flowers On The Wall", one of their only songs to have crossover success on the Pop charts as well. They were also known for their long running TV variety show. They semi-retired in 2002, although they still work together (minus Lew DeWitt, who died in 1986) and occasionally perform.



  • Flowers on the Wall
  • The Statler Brothers Sing the Big Hits
  • Oh Happy Day
  • Bed of Roses
  • Pictures of Moments to Remember
  • Country Music Then & Now
  • Country Symphonies
  • Innerview
  • Do You Love Me Tonight
  • Carry Me Back
  • Thank You World
  • Holy Bible/New Testament
  • Holy Bible/Old Testament
  • Sons of the Motherland
  • Harold, Lew, Phil & Don
  • Country America Loves
  • Short Stories
  • Entertainers...On & Off the Record
  • Rides Again, Vol. 2
  • Statler Brothers Christmas Card
  • The Originals
  • Years Ago
  • Today
  • Atlanta Blue
  • Christmas Present
  • Pardners in Rhyme
  • Four for the Show
  • Radio Gospel Favorites
  • Maple Street Memories
  • Live & Sold Out
  • Music, Memories & You
  • Words and Music
  • Today's Gospel Favorites
  • Home
  • Always Here
  • How Great Thou Art
  • The Statler Brothers Christmas Album
  • Showtime
  • Amen
  • Farewell Concert
  • When We Sing for Him



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