Lefty Frizzell was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1982 on the strength of the hits 'If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time', 'Always Late (With Your Kisses)', 'Long Black Veil', and 'Saginaw, Michigan.'

One year before Lefty Frizzell was posthumously inducted into the hall of fame, his brother David Frizzell hit number one with 'You're The Reason God Made Oklahoma' with Shelly West. Now, the younger sibling is ready to tell the story of his brother in a book named after one of the legend's biggest hits, 'I Love You A Thousand Ways.'  In our interview with David Frizzell, he tells us why he needed to tell 'Lefty's' side of the story, and reminds us of the huge impact that Lefty Frizzell had on Country Music in the '50s and '60s.

Click below to hear our conversation with David Frizzell.