Difference between revisions of "Paul McHandle"

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Presumably country artist briefly shown in a shot of a ''Billboard''-esque chart in the "White Elephant," episode (13 January 2014) of animated spy spoof ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1486217/combined Archer]''.
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His song "Hell or H..." (the word is cut off, could be "High Water") is at number 8.
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[[Cherlene]], the country-singing alter ego of Cheryl Tunt, has a cover of "Baby Please Don't Go" at number 14. Other bands in the list:
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*[[Chris Escherston]]
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*[[Lorraine Trotter]]
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*[[Ezra Meeks and Donna Benfield]]
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*[[Keltone and the Hamms]]
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*[[Casey Parsons]]
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*[[Ronnie States]]
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*[[Daryl Hurd III and the Blue Ticks]]
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*[[The Puck Samson Band]]
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[[Category:Country music|McHandle, Paul]]

Latest revision as of 06:26, 27 September 2017

Presumably country artist briefly shown in a shot of a Billboard-esque chart in the "White Elephant," episode (13 January 2014) of animated spy spoof Archer.

His song "Hell or H..." (the word is cut off, could be "High Water") is at number 8.

Cherlene, the country-singing alter ego of Cheryl Tunt, has a cover of "Baby Please Don't Go" at number 14. Other bands in the list:


Cherlene Archer.jpg