Here are a few examples in chronological order. Feel free to sample some of them.
1958: "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down" by Charlie Walker. Note: both Ray Price and Ernest Tubb helped rework this Harlan Howard masterpiece (which he originally wrote for Kitty Wells) to fit Walker, a former country DJ.
1959: "Under Your Spell Again" by Buck Owens. His first Top Ten single. No Buckaroos yet. They were four years away.
1960: "Wishful Thinking" by Wynn Stewart, a hit by another early Bakersfield star.
1961: "I Fall To Pieces" by Patsy Cline. Yep, this, too was a shuffle. The musicians are Nashville's legendary A-Team of session players. The producer: Owen Bradley.
1962: "You're Still On My Mind" by George Jones. The original version of a song Gram Parsons sang on the Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo album.
1962: Willie Nelson: "Touch Me." Willie's first Top Ten single. He'd only only recently left the Cherokee Cowboys
1965 "A-11" by Johnny Paycheck. The former Cherokee Cowboy is seen singing it on a 1965 TV show, just about the time the single was released. At the time he was playing bass in George Jones's band, the Jones Boys.
1968: "Undo The Right" by Johnny Bush. The former Cherokee Cowboys drummer, who enjoyed some shuffle hits after Price dropped the style. A close pal of Willie Nelson's, Bush is still active in the Texas music scene.
1970: "Wine Me Up" by Faron Young From the Porter Wagoner Show. Two well-known fiddlers. On the left: bluegrass and honky-tonk great Vassar Clements. In the green suit: Porter Wagoner's longtime fiddle man Mack Magaha.
1970: "Invitation To The Blues" by Roger Miller. The former Cherokee Cowboys harmony singer, by now a superstar in his own right thanks to "King Of The Road," decided to re-record some songs he wrote that were hits for others (in this case Price). The album, A Trip In The Country, is one of his best. The video shows the original album cover.
1974: "Memory Maker" by Mel Tillis Tillis made the shuffles his own in the 1970's, before he became a regular on talk shows.
1986: "Guitars, Cadillacs" by Dwight Yoakam (Pete Anderson on lead guitar)
1988: "Walkin' Talkin' Cryin' Barely Beatin' Broken Heart" by Highway 101 with Roger Miller. Miller wrote the song.
2011: "I Lie When I Drink" Dale Watson