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ers of Montana Are Blooming, 1933; I Love My Daddy Too, 1933; The Wheel of the Wagon Is Broken, 1937; I'm an Old Cowhand, 1937; Montana, 1938; There's a Ranch in the Sky, 1938; A Cowboy Honeymoon, 1938; Singing in the Saddle, 1938; You're the Only Star; Old Nevada Moon; Leaning on the Old Top Rail; My Million Dollar Smile; I Only Want a Buddy not a Sweetheart; Little Sweetheart of the Ozarks; Deep in the Heart of Texas; Good Night Soldier; Little Old Rag Doll, 1948; If I Could Only Learn to Yodel; etc. Most popular song was I Want to Be a Cowboy Sweetheart. Writer of: I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart, 1935; The She Buckaroo, 1936; My Baby's Lullaby, 1936; Little Rose of the Prairie, 1936; The Moon Hangs Low, 1937; Chuck Wagon Blues, 1937; I Want to Be a Cowboy's Dreamgirl, 1945; Where the Ozarks Kiss the Sky, 1945; Back on Montana Plains, 1945; Give Me a Home in Montana, 1945; Sweetheart of the Saddle, 1945; Those Two Little Kids of Mine, 1945; Yodeling Ghost, 1957; I Traded My City Feller, 1958; Two Time Love, 1959. Co-writer of: My Poncho Pony, 1939; Put a Little Fuel on the Flame, 1956; Swing Time Cowgirl, 1938; One Tiny Candle, 1936; etc. Movies: Colorado Sunset, Republic, 1940; Several movie shorts; Old American Barn Dance, Kling, 1951. In real estate now. Honors and awards: Member of ASCAP, 1949; First country-western singer to make transcontinental broadcast, 1936; Who's Who in America, 1956; Who's Who in American Women, 1959; First girl western singer to sell 1 million records. Address: 1658 11th Street, Manhattan Beach, California.
Moody, Clyde; called "The Woodchopper"; "The Hillbilly Waltz King"; b. 1915, Cherokee, N. C; w. Francis. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: Spartanburg, S. C; Texas; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; WHHT, Durham, N. C; Danville, Va.; WRVA New Dominion Barn Dance, Richmond, Va. Formerly a member of the Happy Go Lucky Boys; Mainer's Mtnrs.; Blue Grass Boys; and leader of the Woodchoppers. First recorded with J. E. Mainer. Recorded for Audio Lab and King Records. Album: The Genial Gentleman of Country Songs. Songs recorded: Shenandoah Waltz; Ivy; Waltz