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Stranger; Just When I Needed You; etc. Writer of: Sea of Broken Dreams. Co-writer of: I Sure Would Like to Sit a Spell with You; Fm Little But I'm Loud. Ad­dress: 4706 Love wood Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
Doll, Andy Joseph, b. 3/5/21, Wauzeka, Wise; w. Marjorie Mae Wagner; d. Marsha, 9; Anne, 7; s. Warren, 4. At­tended Rural one room school, Wauzeka, Wise; Wau­zeka High School; and La Crosse Teachers College, La Crosse, Wise, 1939-41 (Obtained elementary teachers certificate). Taught school before entering entertain­ment world. Entertainment experience: Band, Oelwein, Iowa, 1950—; KOEL, Oelwein, 1952—; On WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; ABC-TV, Chicago, 1958; and WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1959—. Recorded for Starday, Audio Deluxe, and Ad Records. Songs re­corded: Goodbye Mary Ann, 1957; Honey Dew, 1957; Have I Lived, 1958; Jeanie, 1958; Sandy Haired Stran­ger, 1959; Wild Side of Life, 1959; Stockade Rock, 1960; Letters Have No Arms, 1960. Writer of: Have I Lived; Sandy Haired Stranger; Goodbye Mary Ann; Honey Dew; and co-writer of: Jeanie. Business enterprises: Recording and Publishing Companies, Oelwein and For­est City, Iowa. Awards: Voted by National Ballroom Operators Assn. and Downbeat Magazine Poll as one of the top 3 best western dance bands in Nation, 1957, 8, 9. Address: 343 7th Avenue, Southwest, Oelwein, Iowa.
Douglas, Glenn, b. 6/29/35, San Antonio, Texas. Records for Decca Records. Album: Heartbreak Alley. Songs recorded: I Won't Care; Slow Heartbreak; Baby's Gone Again; Without a Dream; Let Me Cry Alone; It's Not Worth the Chance; I'd Rather Be a Fool; My Heart's Upset Again; It's Nearly Over; You Sure Look Lone­some; End of Rainbow; In My Dreams. Writer of: I Won't Care; Slow Heartbreak; Baby's Gone Again; Without a Dream; Let Me Cry Alone; It's Not Worth the Chance; and I'd Rather Be a Fool. Co-writer of: My Heart's Upset Again; It's Nearly Over; You Sure Look Lonesome; and End of Rainbow. Address: Ft. Hood, Texas.
Driftwood, Jimmy (James Morris), b. 1918, Mountainview, Ark.; w. Cleda; s. Bing, 17; and James, 19. Obtained
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