Member Since 1984
The Whites’ family harmony is the result of lots of practice—more than 30 years of singing together around the house and performing professionally on the road. Daddy Buck and daughters Cheryl, Sharon, and Rosie are all top-level singers and musicians individually.
Buck’s skills on the piano landed him early gigs with the Opry’s Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb and others. He married Pat Goza in 1951 and in 1962, they moved from
By the mid-’60s, the family was well known in bluegrass circles, and when the younger Whites decided they wanted to sing professionally, the family moved to
In 1973, mother Pat retired from the group, and in 1975, the Whites played a
Today, the Whites continue to be a regular act on the Grand Ole Opry.
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