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Sleepless Nights; Short But Sweet; A Crushed Red Rose and a Faded Blue Ribbon; I'm Mad with You; Keep a Little Light in the Window for Me; Heartless Lover; The Lamp Life Is Burning Low; Love Is the Light That Leads Me Home; Seven Nights to Rock; Southern Hos­pitality; Leaving You with a Worried Mind; Well Oh Well; Where Beautiful Flowers Grow; Moon's Tune; Good Night Irene; etc. Writer of: Every Which-A way; Moon's Rock; My Love; Early Morning Blues; etc. Co-writer of: When a Soldier Knocks and Finds Nobody Home. Movie: Village Barn Dance, 1939. Owner of night clubs in Odessa, Beaumont, and Port Arthur, Texas. Address: Odessa, Texas.
Neal, Abbe. Entertainment experience: WJ AC-TV, Johns­town, Pa.; WDTV, Pittsburgh, Pa.; WENS-TV, Pitts­burgh; WTRF-TV, Wheeling, W. Va.; WWVA Jamboree, Wheeling, W. Va.; WRVA Old Dominion Barn Dance, Richmond, Va. Leader of Ranch Girls, including: Betty Brent, electric guitar; Lois Floyd, bass; Jaye Hartley, guitar; Joni Lee, accordian; etc. Recorded If Again on Admiral Records. Address: WWVA Radio, Wheeling, W. Va.
Newman, Jimmy, b. 8/27/27, Big Mamou, La.; w. Edna Mae; s. Gary Wayne. Plays guitar. Entertainment experi­ence: Villa Plate, La., 1946; KPLC-TV, Lake Charles, La.; KWKH La. Hayride, Shreveport, La.; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1956; Jubilee, U.S.A., ABC-TV. Dot and MGM Records. Album: This Is Jimmy Newman. Songs recorded: I'd Just Be a Fool Enough; What 'Cha Gonna Do; You're Making a Fool out of Me; Outside Your Door; Cry, Cry Darling; Come Back to Me; A Fallen Star, 1957; Baby Doe; So Soon; Grin and Bear It; Angels Crying; Walkin* Down the Road; The End of the Line; I Miss You Already; Honky Tonk Tears; God Was So Good; Blue Darling; Let the Whole World Talk; etc. Co-writer of Cry, Cry Darling. Ad­dress: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Oak Ridge Quartet: organized by Wally Fowler. Present and past members of quartet: Joe Alfred; Glenn Alfred; Pat Patterson; Bob Weber; Bob Prather; Livy Freeman; Smithy Gatlin; Herman Harper; Ron Page; Tommy