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tier Doctor, 39 TV Shows. Plays guitar and fiddle. Re­corded for Decca, Mercury, and Buena Vista. Albums: Under Western Skies and Mr. Cowboy. Songs recorded: Cowboy's Dream; Rarin' to Go; On Top of Old Smoky; Sleep Little Moses; Softly and Tenderly; Lonesome Val­ley; The Trail of the Lonesome Pine; The Last Round-Up; Ole Faithful; Invitation to the Blues; Knock Knock Rattle; Blue Dream; Blue Light Waltz; Money Marbles and Chalk; Flowers of San Antone; Drango; and Little White House. Most popular song recorded: Crying in the Chapel. Writer of over 300 songs handled by 10 publishers. Movies: 32 features, Republic, 1950-7; For the Love of Mike, Twentieth Century Fox, 1960; and Tomboy and the Champ, Universal, 1960. Business En­terprises: Los Flamingos Hotel, Acopulco, Mexico; 360 acre grain farm, Lancaster, Calif.; and Boxer Music, BMI, Beverly Hills, Calif. Present plans: Rodeo work, Disney Records; Motion pictures, and 5-day-a-week TV. Honors: CBS Radio Show ranked Number 7 in U. S., 1949-50. Address: 6233 Hollywood, Hollywood, Calif.
Allen, Rosalie, "Queen of the Yodelers" and "Champion Girl Yodeler." b. 6/27/24, Old Forge, Pa.; married; 1 child; Has been a rodeo rider. Most popular song: He Taught Me How To Yodel, RCA Record. Disc Jockey atWOV,N.Y.C. Runs Record Shop, N. Y. C. Address: WOV, N. Y. C, N. Y.
Anderson, Bill, (James William III); b. 11/1/37, Columbia, S. C. Schools: Schneider Elem. Sch., Columbia, S. C, 1943-5; Druid Hills Elem., Atlanta, Ga., 1945-47; Hooper Alexander, Decatur, Ga., 1947-50; Avondale High, Avon-dale Est., Ga., 1950-5; and Univ. of Ga., Athens, Ga., 1955-9, B.A. Degree in Journalism, 1959. Previous work: Newspaper and radio announcer. Plays guitar. Sang on WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; KWKH La. Hayride, Shreveport, La.; WWVA Jamboree, Wheel­ing, W. Va.; WSB Barn Dance, Atlanta, Ga.; Georgia Jubilee; Dixie Jubilee; Catfish Jamboree; Cowtown Hoedown; WBGE, Atlanta, Ga.; WEAS, Decatur, Ga.; and WQXI-TV, Atlanta, Ga. Was Disc Jockey at WGAU, Athens, Ga., and WJJC, Commerce, Ga., 1956-9. Songs recorded for TNT and Decca: Take Me; Empty Room;
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