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Maddox, Rose, b. Gadsden, Ala.; member of the group, Mad­dox Brothers and Rose. Brothers: Cal, guitar and har­monica; Henry, mandolin; Fred, M. C, bass, comedy; Don, comedy. Entertainment experience: KTRB, Mo­desto, Calif.; Sacramento, Calif.; KWKH La. Hayride, Shreveport, La.; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; etc. Columbia, King, and Capitol Records. Al­bums: A Collection of Standard Sacred Songs; Maddox Brothers and Rose. Songs recorded: Honky-Tonkin'; Why Don't You Haul Off and Love Me; Philadelphia Lawyer; Move It On Over; On the Banks of the Old Pontchartrian; Whoa Sailor; Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down; At the First Fall of Snow; Live and Let Live; Tramp on the Street; Chocolate Ice Cream Cone; Gath­ering Flowers for the Master's Bouquet; No One Is Sweeter than You; You've Been Talking in Your Sleep; Now Step It Up and Go; Gosh, I Miss You All the Time; I Wish I Was Single; I'm Sending Dafifydills; Hasty Baby; Hey Little Dreamboat; Hummingbird; I Wonder if I Could Lose the Blues this Way; Just Over the Stars; Second Choice; Tall Men; There's No Right Way to Do Me Wrong; When the Sim Goes Down; Wild Wild Young Men; Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown; Words Are So Easy to Say. Address: 749 Nevada Street, Ash­land, Oregon.
Malone, Mervin Haskell "Red." b. 9/9/27, Blountville, Tenn.; w. Helen Marita Strouth; s. Mervin Randall, 11; Paul Elton, 9; Kenneth Elton, 9; d. Doris Gale, 3. Schools attended: Enterprise Elem. Schl., Piney Flats, Tenn., 1938-9; Buffalo Elem. Schl., Bluff City, Tenn., 1939-41; Bluff City Elem., Bluff City, Tenn., 1941-5; Ap-palacian Flying Schl., 1947. Former service station at­tendant, truck driver, and furniture salesman. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: WOPI, Bristol, Tenn., 1950-1; WCYB, Bristol, Va., 1951-8; Hayloft Jamboree, Bristol, Tenn., 1951-2; Carolina Barn Dance, Bakersville, N. C, 1955-6. Leader of Ozark Mtnrs., 1947-50; and Smoky Mtnrs., 1950—. Writer of: Love Me Darling Just Tonight, 1958; You Love Me Just a Little at a Time, 1959. Address: Route 1, Box 65, Bristol, Tennessee.

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