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Calvin, 1959. Business enterprise: Private club, Cripple Creek, Colo. Address: c/o Wes Holly Enterprises, Dixon, Illinois.
Evans, Dale, b. 10/31/18, Uvalde, Texas; h. Roy Rogers; s. Thomas Frederick; 7 foster children (See Roy Rogers). Attended high school, Osceola, Ark. and Memphis, Tenn. Previously worked for insurance company. Entertain≠ment experience: Radio, Memphis, Tenn.; WBBM, Chi≠cago, 111.; Radio, Louisville, Ky.; WFAA, Dallas, Texas; CBS Radio, 1940; Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy Show; NBC Radio and TV. RCA Album, Sweet Hour of Prayer. Writer of: The Bible Tells Me So; Aha San Antone; Happy Birthday Gentle Savior. Movies: Swing Your Partner; West Side Kid; Here Comes Elmer; Hoosier Holiday; In Old Okla.; Yellow Rose of Texas; My Pal Trigger; Sunset in El Dorado; Bells of San An-gelo; Bells of Coronado; Pals of the Golden West; Don't Fence Me In; etc. Writer of two books: Angel Unaware, 1953; and My Spiritual Diary, 1955. Address: 357 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, California.
Everly Brothers, Don and Phil: Donób. 2/1/37, Brownie, Ky.; w. Sue; 1 child. Philób. 1/19/39, Brownie, Ky. Play guitars. Entertainment experience: KMA, Shenan≠doah, Iowa; WROL, Knoxville, Tenn., 1953; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; Dick Clark Show, ABC-TV; Bob Hope Show, NBC-TV; Perry Como Show, NBC-TV; Pat Boone Show, ABC-TV; Ed Sullivan Show, CBS-TV; Arthur Murray Show, NBC-TV. Cadence, Colum≠bia, and Warner Records. Albums: The Fabulous Style of the Everly Brothers; It's Everly Time; Songs Our Daddy Taught Us. Songs recorded: Bye Bye Love; Wake Up Little Suzie; This Little Girl of Mine; All I Have to Do Is Dream; Claudette; Devoted to You; Prob≠lems; Bird Dog; Love of My Life; Let It Be Me; Always It's You; Keep a 'Lovin' Me; Sun Keeps Shining; Since You Broke My Heart. Don wrote: Since You Broke My Heart. Don and Phil wrote: Thou Shalt Not Steal; Here We Are Again. Awards: Best vocal group, and best singing group, Jamboree, 1957; Most up and coming vocal group, Cash Box, 1957; Most promising vocal group, Billboard, 1957; Cub Award, Music Reporter,
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