Country, Western & Gospel Music

A History And Encyclopedia Of Composers, Artists & Songs

Home Main Menu Singing & Playing Order & Order Info Support Search Voucher Codes



Share page  Visit Us On FB



Previous Contents Next
Hate to See Me Go; The Wind-Up; Homestead; I'm Get­ting Tired; Slow Poke; Tenn. Waltz; Bonaparte's Re­treat; etc. Co-writer of: Tenn. Waltz; No See, No Talk, No Hear; Bonaparte's Retreat. Address: WAVE-TV, Louisville, Kentucky.
Stone, Cliffie (Cliffie Stonehead), b. 3/1/17, Burbank, Calif.; w. Dorothy Darling; d. Linda; s. Stevie. Entertainment experience: Pasadena Community Playhouse; Ken Mur­ray's Hollywood Blackouts; Covered Wagon Jubilee, KFUD, 1935; KFUD, Covered Wagon Jamboree; KFWB, Lucky Stars; KXLA, Hometown Jamboree, Pasadena, Calif.; Hollywood Barn Dance, CBS; etc. Capitol Rec­ords, 1946—. Album: Square Dance. Co-writer of: Di­vorce Me C.O.D.; So Round So Firm; Steel Guitar Rag; Sweet Temptation. Address: 6308 Sunset, Hollywood, California.
Story, Carl Moore, b. 5/29/16, 111 Knoll St., Lenoir, N. C; w. Helen Anderson; s. Carl Jr., 22. Attended high school, Lenoir, N. C, -1932. Was truck driver. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: WLVA, Lynchburg, Va.; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1940-2; WNOX, Tenn. Barn Dance, 1945-51; WCYB, Bristol, Va.; WAYS, Charlotte, N. C; WLOS-TV, Asheville, N. C; WJHL-TV, Johnson City, Tenn.; WFLW, Monticello, Ky.; etc. Leader of the Rambling Mtnrs. for 20 years. Mercury and Starday Records. Albums: Gospel Quartet Favor­ites; Carl Story and His Rambling Mtnrs.; etc. Songs recorded: My Lord Keeps a Record, 1941; Mother Is Old, 1941; Light at the River, 1951; Mighty Close to Heaven, 1952; A Beautiful City, 1954; I Heard My Mother Weep­ing, 1958; Echoes from the Burning Bush; Gone Home; Are You Afraid to Die; My Lord's Gonna Lead Me Out; Saviour's Love; God Put a Rainbow in the Cloud; I've Found a Hiding Place; He Will Set Your Fields on Fire; The Circle Was Broken; Angel Band; Who Will Sing for Me; A Beautiful City; Paul and Silas; Life Boat; I'll Be a Friend; This Lonesome Road; Hide Me Rock of Ages; Old Gospel Ship; Shout and Shine; Set Your House in Order; I Love the Hymns They Sang at Mother's Grave; Million Years in Glory; Reunion in Heaven; What a Line; You've Been Tom Cattin' Around;
320






E-Book - An Annotated Compendium of Old Time American Songs by James Alverson III