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Fairchild. Cadence and Skylite Records. Album: The Oak Ridge Quartet. Songs recorded: Tearing Down the Kingdom; Take My Hand Precious Lord; I'm Gonna Live the Life I Sing about in My Song; Suppertime; Highway to Heaven; He's Not Disappointed in Me; Saviour Gently Take Me Home; Walk in the Light; One of His Own; By the River of Life; I Wanna Go There; When the Saviour Reached down for Me; etc. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
O'Dell, Mac, "The Old Country Boy." b. 5/31/16, Roanoke, Ala.; w. Addie; d. Bonnie; Barbara Ann; s. Billy. Plays guitar. At WWL, New Orleans, La., 1935; WLAC, Nash­ville, Tenn. Recorded for Mercury and Audio Lab Rec­ords. Album: Hymns for the Country Folks. Songs recorded: The Kiss of Betrayal; Let's Pray; Set Your Dial on Heaven; Heaven Bound Gospel Train; The Stone Was Rolled Away; A Crown He Wore; Are You Prac­ticing His Love; I'd Rather Have God; Life's Elevator; Wolves in Sheep's Clothing; Be on Time; What Then; One Day Religion; etc. Writer of: Wolves in Sheep's Clothing; Blessed Lord; That Judgment Day; Sign on the Highway; Banking with My Lord; Thirty Pieces of Silver. Address: WLAC Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Osborne Brothers: Sonny, b. 10/12/37, Hyden, Ky.; plays banjo. Bob, b. 12/7/31, Hyden, Ky.; plays mandolin. Entertainment experience: WNOX, Knoxville, Tenn.; WJR, Detroit, Mich.; WWVA, Wheeling, W. Va.; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; etc. Have been mem­bers of the Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mt. Gang; Lonesome Pine Fiddlers; Sunny Mt. Boys; Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys band. MGM Records. Album: Country Pickin' and Hillside Singin'. Songs recorded: Ruby, Are You Mad; She's No Angel; Is This My Des­tiny; If You Don't, Somebody Else Will; No, Honey, No; Two Lonely Hearts; Once More; Delia Mae; It Hurts to Know; Down in the Willow Garden; Lost Highway; Love Pains; Give This Message to Your Heart; etc. Ad­dress: WWVA Radio, Wheeling, W. Va.
Osborn, David Romaine "Dave." b. 3/27/41, Gt. Barrington, Mass. Attended Rolieff Jansen Central Sch., Hillsdale, N.Y., 1947-59. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience:
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