Biography

There are at least 3 groups called The Country Gentleman

1) Bluegrass, Progressive Bluegrass, Country Gospel, Washington, DC, United States. 1957-
2) Pop Group, 1963-1967, Manchester, United Kingdom
3) Garage Rock, 1967, CA, USA

1.
Charlie Waller (January 19, 1935 – August 18, 2004) was the lead singer and guitarist for the legendary bluegrass band the Country Gentlemen. Waller was involved with the Country Gentlemen for 47 years. As a member of the Country Gentlemen, Waller was inducted into the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Honor in 1996.

The Country Gentlemen achieved fame across the United States and internationally. While more than 100 musicians have been Country Gentlemen, Waller was an original member of the group and has many famous songs to his credit. The band was scheduled to release a new album, Songs of the American Spirit, in September 2004.
Culled from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Waller

2.
Peter Cowap (guitar), Leo Laherty (drums), Nick Duvall (bass, 1963-66), Alan Doyle (rhythm guitar, 1963-64), Terry Morton (rhythm guitar, 1964-66), Rod Clare (bass, 1966-67), Geoff Foot (rhythm guitar, 1966-67), Frank Dwyer (keyboards, 1966-67)

3.
Made one 7', Saturday Night / For You - 1967.
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