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1952-3; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; WATE-TV, Knoxville, Tenn., 1955-8; WNOX, Knoxville, Tenn., 1953_. With the Carlisles, 1952-3. Valley and Mer­cury Records. Songs recorded: Turn Around Boy 1952; I'll Be So Blue Tomorrow, 1952; Maverick, 1958; That Same Old Dream, 1958; No Help Wanted, 1952; Knot Hole, 1952; Is Zat You Myrtle, 1952. Turn Around Boy most popular song recorded. Writer of: I'll Be So Blue Tomorrow, 1952. Helped with arrangements for: Knot Hole, 1952; No Help Wanted; Is Zat You Myrtle, 1953. Sells life insurance now. Address: 1107 Welch, Loudon, Tennessee.
Snow, Clarence Eugene "Hank Snow, the Singing Ranger." b. 5/9/14, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada; w. Minnie Blanche; s. Jimmy Rodgers Snow. Former cabin boy; sailor; lumber worker; and salesman. Plays guitar. En­tertainment experience: CHNS, Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada, 1933; Canadian Broadcasting Co., Canada; Montreal, Canada; Campbellton, New Brunswick, 1942-3; CKCW, Mocton, New Brunswick, Canada; WWVA, Wheeling, W. Va., 1944; KRLD, Dallas, Texas, 1948; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1950—; Perry Como Show, N.Y.C., N.Y. Recorded for RCA since 1936. Albums: When Tragedy Struck; Hank Snow Sings Jimmie Rodgers Songs; The Singing Ranger; Hank Snow Sings Sacred Songs; Just Keep A-Movin'; Hank Snow's Country Guitar; Country Classics; Hank Snow Country and Western Jamboree; Old Doc Brown; etc. Songs recorded: Squid Jiggin' Ground; Whispering Rain; The Man in the Moon; The Lonesome Cowboy; The Lonesome Blue Yodel; Bluebird Island; Born to Be Happy; Calypso Sweetheart; Chasm' a Rainbow; Con­science I'm Guilty; Fool Such as I; Golden Rocket; Gold Rush Is Over; I Don't Hurt Any More; I'm Movin' On; Marriage and Divorce; Marriage Vow; Party of the Sec­ond Part; Reindeer Boogie; Rumba Boogie; Tangled Mind; The Last Ride; These Hands; With This Ring I Thee Wed; Wreck of the Old 97; The Rumba Boogie; My Arms Are a House; One More Ride; Hobo Bill's Last Ride; Wedding Bells; Loose Talk; Singing the Blues; My Life Without You; I Almost Lost My Mind; Memo-
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