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Ralph Mooney (1928–2011)

Ralph Mooney was born on September 16, 1928 in Duncan, Oklahoma, USA as Ralph Eugene Mooney. He was married to Wanda Arnold. He died on March 20, 2011 in Kennedale, Texas, USA. See full bio »


(age 82) in Kennedale, Texas, USA

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 2013 Grand Theft Auto V (Video Game) (writer: "Crazy Arms")
 2010-2013 The Marty Stuart Show (TV Series) (writer - 4 episodes)
- Charley Pride (2013) ... (writer: "Keep Her Off Your Mind" - uncredited)
- Tanya Tucker (2012) ... (writer: "Little Heartbreaker (The Likes of You)" - uncredited)
- Doug Kershaw (2011) ... (writer: "Little Heartbreaker (The Likes of You)")
- Riders in the Sky (2010) ... (writer: "Little Heartbreaker (The Likes of You)")
 2007 Opry Video Classics: Pioneers (Video) (writer: "Crazy Arms")
 2006 Grey's Anatomy (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Tell Me Sweet Little Lies (2006) ... (writer: "Crazy Arms" - uncredited)
 1996 Michael (writer: "Crazy Arms" (1975))
 1989 Great Balls of Fire! (writer: "Crazy Arms")
 1970 The Johnny Cash Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode #2.8 (1970) ... (writer: "Crazy Arms")
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 1975 Moonrunners
Steel guitar and drums
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 1975 Mackintosh and T.J. (musician: steel guitar)
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 2010 The Marty Stuart Show (TV Series)
Himself - Steel Guitar Player
- Music from Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions (2010) ... Himself - Steel Guitar Player

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Steel guitarist and studio musician for Capitol Records in the 1950s and 1960s credited as one of the architects of the so-called "Bakersfield Sound". Backed Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Donna Fargo, and Wanda Jackson before joining Waylon Jennings's band in 1970.

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