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Heart; Release Me; Run Boy; You Always Get By; You Never Will Be True; Don't Do This to Me; Curtains in the Window; It's All Your Fault; Kissing Your Picture; Wall of Tears; Wasted Words; You've Done Me Wrong; Let Me Talk to You; etc. Heartaches by the Number the most popular song. Wrote: Give Me More, More, More of Your Kisses. Co-writer of I'm Tired. Awards: Triple Crown Award, 1959: Favorite Male Vocalist; Fa­vorite record of the year—Heartaches by the Number; Cashbox Award. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Ten­nessee.
Puckett, Riley, b. Alpharetta, Ga.; married; 1 daughter. Blind. Attended the Ga. Sch. for the Blind, Macon, Ga. Played guitar. Entertainment experience: WSB, At­lanta, Ga.; WSAZ, Huntington, W. Va.; WLW, Cincin­nati, Ohio; Memphis, Tenn.; Barn Stormed over U.S. Member of the Skillet Lickers: Riley, guitar; Gid Tan­ner, fiddle; Clayton McMichen, fiddle; Fate Norris, banjo. Recorded for Columbia Records, 1924-32; Decca and Bluebird Records, 1930s. Songs recorded: Rock All Our Babies to Sleep; Little Log Cabin in the Lane; Casey Jones; Steamboat Bill; Where the Shy Little Vio­lets Grow; How Come You Do Me Like You Do; Old Spinning Wheel; Waiting for the Evening Mail; My Carolina Home; K. C. Railroad; Kimball House; Texas Hop; Raindrop Waltz; Way Out There; The Isle of Capri; Roll Back the Carpet; My Buddy; Don't Let Your Deal Go Down; Nobody's Business; Put on an Old Pair of Shoes; What's the Reason; Curley Headed Baby; etc. Died of blood poisoning, 1946, and buried at East Point, Ga.
Rainwater, Marvin, b. 7/2/25, Wichita, Kansas. Attended college in Walla Walla, Wash., 1 year, and studied pre-vet. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: Jubilee, U.S.A., ABC-TV; Arthur Godfrey Show, CBS and CBS-TV; Ed Sullivan Show, CBS-TV. MGM Records. Albums: With a Heart with a Beat; Songs by Marvin Rainwater. Songs recorded: Halg Breed; Gonna Find Me A Blue­bird, 1958; Whole Lotta Woman; Moan' the Blues; Where Do We Go from Here; Dem Low Down Blues; Cause I'm a Dreamer; Tenn. Hound Dog Yodel; What Am I Sup-
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