Sears Ads Feature Bill Anderson Song

Country Music Hall of Famer Bill Anderson has struck gold again as a song he wrote in the early 1960s, “We Missed You,” has become part of a Sears advertising campaign.

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Kitty Wells first recorded the song and took it to the Top 10 in 1962.  Now, a recent recording by Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver has given the song another life by becoming a commercial for Sears that is currently airing on national radio and television.

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