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Mouth (Simon); I Feel that Old Heartache Again; White Dove; Wang Dang Do; 111 Meet You after School. Movies: Mr. Rock and Roll, Paramount; Country Music Holiday, Paramount. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Jackson, Stonewall, b. 11/6/32, Tabor City, N. C; w. Juanita C. Ware; 1 child. Was a logger. Plays guitar. Enter­tainment experience: WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; Dick Clark Show, ABC-TV. Records for Co­lumbia Records. Album: The Dynamic Stonewall Jack­son. Songs recorded: Life to Go, 1958; Waterloo; Why I'm Walking; Smoke along the Track; Mary Don't You Weep; Don't Be Angry; Knock Off Your Naggin'; A Broken Heart; I Need You Real Bad; Gettin' Older; Tears on Her Bridal Bouquet; Grieving in My Heart; I Can't Go on Living; Misery Known as Heartache; Life of a Poor Boy. Business enterprise: Lake Waterloo for Fishing, Nashville, Tenn. Voted most promising male artist, Billboard, 1959. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Jackson, Tommy, b. 3/31/26, Birmingham, Ala. Plays fiddle. Entertainment experience: The Old Country Store, Birmingham, Ala., 1936-40; WLW Midwestern Hayride, Cincinnati, Ohio; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; Ozark Jubilee, ABC and ABC-TV; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville. Recorded for Dot and Mercury Records. Albums: Square Dances with Calls; Popular Square Dance Music; Square Dance Tonight. Also re­corded: Chicken Reel and Cotton Eye Joe. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Jackson, Wanda Lavonne, b. 10/20/37, Maud, Okla. Grad­uate of Capitol Hill Senior High School, Okla. City, Okla., 1952-5. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: KLPR, Okla. City, Okla., 1952-3; Merle Lindsay Band, Okla. City, 1953-4; Hank Thompson Band, 1954-5; Ju­bilee, U.S.A., ABC-TV, 1955—; KWKH La. Hayride, Shreveport, La.; Town Hall Party, Compton, Calif.; American Bandstand, ABC-TV, Philadelphia, Pa. 2 years on Decca label, released 8 records; 4 years on Capitol label, 1956—, 16 single releases, 2 LP, and 2 EP. Albums: Wanda Jackson; Rockin' with Wanda. Songs

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