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and Gone Tomorrow; It Takes a Long Long Train; Money; Just-a-Lot-of Sweet Talk; A Man with a Plan; and Town and Country. Voted by Cash Box as best vocal group, 1959. Address: Box 811, Pine Bluff, Arkan­sas.
Brown's Ferry Four; included Alton and Rabon Delmore, Grandpa Jones, Red Foley, and Merle Travis. Recorded for King Records, Cincinnati, Ohio. Albums: Sacred Songs; and 16 Sacred Songs, Vol. II. Songs recorded: I'll Fly Away; Rockin' on the Waves; Salvation Has Been Brought Down; On the Jericho Road; There's a Light Guiding Me; I've Got That Old Time Religion in My Heart; Rock of Ages Hide Thou Me; Old Camp Meeting; I've Made a Covenant with My Lord; His Boundless Love; After the Sunrise; Keep on the Firing Line; Will the Circle Be Unbroken; Can't You Hear Him Calling; The Arm of God; I'll Meet You in the Morning; I'm Naturalized for Heaven; Over in the Glory Land; Just a Little Talk with Jesus; The Lord Is Watch­ing Over Me; Everybody Will Be Happy Over There; When the Good Lord Cares; Hallelujah Morning; When He Blessed My Soul; Jesus Hold My Hand; Throne Eternal; If We Never Meet Again; We Should Walk To­gether; There's a Page in the Bible; When He Calls His Reapers; You Must Be Born Again; Praise God; Un-cloudy Day; and I Feel Like Traveling On. Addresses: Alton Delmore, 2520 Larry Street, S.W., Huntsville, Ala­bama; Rabon, deceased; Grandpa Jones, WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee; Red Foley, Jubilee, U.S.A., KWTO Jewel Theatre, Springfield, Missouri; and Merle Travis, 5731 Ranchito, Van Nuys, California.
Bryant, Ivy "Jimmy." b. 3/5/25, Pavo, Ga.; w. Gloria E. Davis; d. Gloria Faye, 13%; Patricia Ivy, 12; Anne Lor­raine, 10; Donna Sue, 5; s. Jaye Roy, 6; John Clayton, 1%. Attended Grade School, Pavo, Ga. Plays fiddle and Spanish guitar. Entertainment experience: Radio and Barn Dances, Panama City, Fla., 1936-8; Toured U.S.; Played World's Fair; WRC, Washington, D. C, 1946-7; Toured U.S. with Russell Hayden Show, 1947-8: Roy Rogers Radio Show and Tours, 1949-53; Cliffie Stone Hometown Jamboree, Hollywood, Calif., 1950-8; Sons of