Doc Williams And The Border Riders - My Little Ole Home In West Virginia album download
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|A1||My Little Ole Home In West Virginia
Featuring – Cy Williams
|B1||Under The Double Eagle
Arranged By – Doc Williams
- Manufactured By – Wheeling Recording Co.
- Published By – Wheeling Music
NotesA-side: Featuring Cy Williams and his Silver Voice Fiddle
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A [etched]): DW-45-1022-A 302
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B [etched]): DW-45-1022-AA 302
- Rights Society: BMI
|1314||Doc Williams And The Border Riders*||Doc Williams And The Border Riders* - My Little Ole Home In West Virginia (Shellac, 10")||Quality||1314||Canada||Unknown|
|DW-1022||Doc Williams And The Border Riders*||Doc Williams And The Border Riders* - My Little Ole Home In West Virginia (7", Single)||Wheeling Records||DW-1022||US||Unknown|
Daddy's Little Angel (LP, Album). Wheeling Recording Co. WLP 9292.
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Wheeling, West Virginia, . Band leader, vocalist Born as Andrew John Smik, Jr. in Cleveland, Ohio, and raised in Kittanning, Pennsylvania, he got his professional start playing with the Kansas Clodhoppers during the early 1930s. The group went on the air on WWVA Wheeling in 1937; soon, with the addition of comedian Froggie Cortez and cowboy crooner "Big Slim the Lone Cowboy", and became one of the station's most popular attractions.
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Plays well enough but will have background noise. Very Good + records in this grade will have light sleeve marks,a very few light scratches,minimal surface noise. Doc Williams Collectors Series 1958 NM Nice In Shrink Original Black V-1542. Grandpa jones and doc williams autographed cut deceased country music star.
The Jamboree originated in Wheeling, West Virginia on WWVA, the first radio station in West Virginia and a 50,000-watt clear-channel station until about 2007. It is the second oldest country music broadcast in the United States after the Grand Ole Opry. He returned for a short stint in 1941 and 1945. Joe Barker and the Chuck Wagon Gang came to the Jamboree in 1937. In July 1962, the Virginia Theatre in Wheeling was demolished. It had been the home of The World's Original WWVA Jamboree since July 1946. The Rex Theatre became the new locale for the live-audience Jamboree.
Doc Williams died on Monday, 31 January 2011, at the age of 9. In the years before World War II, his Wheeling, . a. I don’t know if the state of West Virginia had a better ambassador than Doc Williams, Country Music Hall of Famer Bill Anderson told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
Doc Williams was an influential American country music band leader and vocalist. he got his professional start playing with the Kansas Clodhoppers during the early 1930s.