Oral history interview with the Hackberry Ramblers; 1993 December 10; interview conducted by John W. Rumble. 1993 Dec. 10.
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Cajun and country musician. Born January 14, 1913. Career active 1930s-2000s. Founding member of the Hackberry Ramblers. From the description of Oral history interview with Luderin Darbone; 1999 December 3; interview conducted by John W. Rumble; 1999 Dec. 3. (Country Music Foundation, Library & Media Center). WorldCat record id: 58840875 ...
Folklorist, humorist, lecturer, and civil rights activist John Henry Faulk (1913-1990) was born to parents Henry and Martha (Miner) in Austin, Texas. A protégé of J. Frank Dobie, Walter Prescott Webb, and Roy Bedichek, Faulk graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, where he later taught English. For his master's thesis, he analyzed ten African American sermons, and his research greatly impacted his thinking on civil liberties. Aided by his friend and fellow folklorist Alan ...
Influential Cajun band. Founded 1933. The band's music is characterized by a distinctive blend of Cajun and Western Swing. Also performed under the name, the Riverside Ramblers. In 2003 the band celebrated its 70th anniversary with founding members Luderin Darbone and Edwin Duhon still performing as active members. 1997 Grammy Award nominee for their album, Deep Water. From the description of Oral history interview with the Hackberry Ramblers; 1993 December 10; interview conducted by...