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Cover of "A Cowboy's Song", 2011 CD

The Sons of the San Joaquin is a Western family band. Jack and Joe Hannah are brothers, while third member Lon Hannah is Joe's son. They began performing together in 1987 at a birthday party for Lon's grandfather.<ref>http://www.thesons.com/thesons/aboutus/4gnet.asp About The Sons</ref> They have been credited with "rich durability of the traditional Western music they present, as well as the outstanding original cowboy songs" <ref>http://www.wvfest.com/performers/showperformer.html?artid=325 Walnut Valley Performances</ref> and being reminiscent of the Sons of the Pioneers.<ref>http://www.californiaheartland.org/archive/hl_801/sons.htm Californiahearland.org</ref> Roy Rogers called them "the only singing group alive who I feel sound like the original Sons of the Pioneers." <ref>http://www.oldlivery.com/vStore/music/horsescattlecoyotes.htm Old Lovery Mercantile</ref> They have over a dozen albums, including a gospel album and a greatest hits album.

They were inducted into the Western Music Association Hall of Fame in 2006.<ref>http://www.thesons.com/thesons/4gnetwma.asp Sons inducted into the Western Music Association Music Hall of Fame</ref><ref>http://www.cowboypoetry.com/wma.htm Cowboypoetry.com</ref> Several of their albums have been given awards by the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum (Cowboy Hall of Fame).<ref>http://westernjubilee.com/SonsoftheSanJoaquinrecordings.htm Western Jubilee Recording Company</ref>


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File:Sons Of The San Joaquin 2011 cover.jpg
Cover of "A Cowboy's Song", 2011 CD

The Sons of the San Joaquin is a Western family band. Jack and Joe Hannah are brothers, while third member Lon Hannah is Joe's son. They began performing together in 1987 at a birthday party for Lon's grandfather.<ref>http://www.thesons.com/thesons/aboutus/4gnet.asp About The Sons</ref> They have been credited with "rich durability of the traditional Western music they present, as well as the outstanding original cowboy songs" <ref>http://www.wvfest.com/performers/showperformer.html?artid=325 Walnut Valley Performances</ref> and being reminiscent of the Sons of the Pioneers.<ref>http://www.californiaheartland.org/archive/hl_801/sons.htm Californiahearland.org</ref> Roy Rogers called them "the only singing group alive who I feel sound like the original Sons of the Pioneers." <ref>http://www.oldlivery.com/vStore/music/horsescattlecoyotes.htm Old Lovery Mercantile</ref> They have over a dozen albums, including a gospel album and a greatest hits album.

They were inducted into the Western Music Association Hall of Fame in 2006.<ref>http://www.thesons.com/thesons/4gnetwma.asp Sons inducted into the Western Music Association Music Hall of Fame</ref><ref>http://www.cowboypoetry.com/wma.htm Cowboypoetry.com</ref> Several of their albums have been given awards by the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum (Cowboy Hall of Fame).<ref>http://westernjubilee.com/SonsoftheSanJoaquinrecordings.htm Western Jubilee Recording Company</ref>


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