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Lord Has Called Me; Sparkling Brown Eyes; Accidently on Purpose; Taggin' Along; Just Once More; etc. Writer of: Life to Go. Co-writer of: Accidently on Purpose; Too Much Water; Seasons of My Heart; Out of Control; etc. Address: Vidor, Texas.
Jones, Marshall Louis "Grandpa," b. 10/20/13, Henderson, Ky.; w. Ramona Riggins; d. Eloise, 12; Mark Alan, 4. Attended Grade School, Smith Mills, Ky., 1920-2; Grade Schl., Weaverton, Ky., 1922-8; West High Schl., Akron, Ohio, 1928-32. Worked on farm. Plays guitar and banjo. Entertainment experience: WJW and WADC, Akron, Ohio, 1929-32; WTAM, Lum and Abner Show, Cleveland, Ohio, 1932-5; WBZ, Boston, Mass., 1935-6; WWVA Jam­boree, Wheeling, W. Va., 1936-8; WTIC, Hartford, Conn., 1938-40; WMNN, Fairmont, W. Va., 1940-1; WLW, Cin­cinnati, Ohio, 1941-4; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1947—; WARL, Arlington, Va.; WRVA Old Do­minion Barn Dance, Richmond, Va.; etc. King, RCA, and Decca Records. Songs recorded: Raining Here this Morning, 1944; I'll Be Around if You Need Me, 1944; There's a Grave in the Wave of the Ocean, 1944; I'll Never Lose that Loneliness for You, 1944; Steppin' Out Kind, 1945; You'll Be Lonesome Too, 1945; Don't Sweet Talk Me, 1945; Maybe You Will Miss Me When I'm Gone, 1945; I've Been All Around this World, 1945; Our Worlds Are Not the Same, 1945; Eight More Miles to Louisville, 1946; Tears that Make Believe, 1946; East Bound Freight Train, 1946; Get Things Ready for Me, Ma, 1946; Heart Stealin' Mama, 1946; Darling Won't You Love Me Now, 1946; Ridin' on that Train, 1947; Are There Tears Behind Your Smiles, 1947; Get Back on the Glory Road, 1947; She's Gone and Left Another Broken Heart, 1947; Mountain Dew, 1948; My Darling's Not My Darling Anymore, 1948; Alimony Trouble, 1948; Call Me Darling Once Again, 1948; Move It on Over, 1949; Old Rattler, 1949; Mt. Maw, 1949; Going Down the Country, 1950; New Pins and Needles, 1950; I'm My Own Grandpa, 1950; I Often Wonder Why You Changed Your Mind, 1950; Darby's Ram, 1951; Take It on out the Door, 1951; I'm on My Way Somewhere, 1951; The Bald-headed End of the Broom, 1951; Old Rattler's Treed

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