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  • The Texas Rangers were a very successful and well-known group specializing in "Cowboy" or "Western" music in the 1930s and the group lasted, in various incarnations, for nearly a quarter century. They starred in their own radio show and appeared in films with cowboy stars like Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette and Johnny Mack Brown. But the group got its start as staff musicians at KMBC in Kansas City.