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A native of Adams County in southern Ohio, Lloyd "Cowboy" Copas made his way to Nashville and a lucrative contract with King records in 1946 via a series of talent shows and radio broadcasts in the Cincinnati area during the '30s. He didn't sing cowboy songs and certainly had no experience whatsoever as a rancher or livestock handler. The "Cowboy" moniker dates back to those early Ohio days, when Copas performed as a duo with Lester Vernon Storer, a fiddler who used the stage name of Natchee the Indian
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He was a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Copas was born in 1913 in Blue Creek, Ohio, in Adams County. He began performing locally at age 14, and appeared on WLW-AM and WKRC-AM in Cincinnati during the 1930s
Written By – Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart. Cowboy Copas And Hawkshaw Hawkins - In Memory (LP, Album). King Records (3). SLP 835.