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Asleep at the Wheel

Texas-based country music group, formed in West Virginia in 1970 and still fronted by founder member Ray Benson.

The band's first hit album was their fourth, 1975's 'Texas Gold', which reached No 7 on the US country chart. In 1977, Asleep at the Wheel was voted Best Country Western Band by Rolling Stone Magazine.

Other album releases include their 1973 debut, "Comin' Right at Ya", plus: "Asleep at the Wheel" (1974), "Wheelin' & Dealin" (1976), "The Wheel" (1977), "Collision Course" (1978), "Served Live" (1979), "Framed" (1980), "Asleep at the Wheel " (1985), "Pasture Prime" (1985), "10" (1987), "Western Standard Time" (1988), "Keepin' Me Up Nights" (1990), "Route 66" (1992), "Tribute to the Music of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys" (1993), "The Wheel Keeps on Rollin" (1995), "Back to the Future Now - Live at Arizona..." (1997), "Ride with BobA" (1999), "Take Me Back to Tulsa" (2003), "Reinventing the Wheel" (2007), "Willie and the Wheel (with Willie Nelson)" (2009), "It's a Good Day" (2010), "Still the King: Celebrating the Music of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys" (2015), and 2018's: "New Routes".