Southern Folklife Collection artist name files, 1940-2005 (artists A-C).

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Southern Folklife Collection artist name files, 1940-2005 (artists A-C).

Southern Folklife Collection artist name files, 1940-2005 (artists A-C).

Artists of particular importance in this collections with surnames A-C.

About 3200 items (21.0 linear feet).

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Cline, Patsy, 1932-1963

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Biggar, George C. (George Cecil), 1899-1989

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Radio executive. Born January 11, 1899. Died March 19, 1989. Began radio career in 1924 at WLS Chicago where he was an important contributor to the development of the National Barn Dance. Career also included work at WLW Cincinnati, WSB Atlanta, and WLBK DeKalb, Illinois. Retired from radio in 1964. From the description of Oral history interview with George C. Biggar; 1968 July 17; interview conducted by Dorothy Gable. 1968 July 17. (Country Music Foundation, Library & Media Cent...

Carawan, Guy 1927-....

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Boggs, Dock, 1898-1971

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Autry, Gene, 1907-1998

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Actor. From the description of Reminiscences of Gene Autry: oral history, 1971. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122570009 ...

Crockett's Kentucky Mountaineers (Musical group)

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Bond, Johnny, 1915-1978

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Country & western performer. Born June 1, 1915. Died June 12, 1978. Real name: Cyrus Whitfield Bond. Successful songwriter, radio and television performer, and recording artist. Career most active 1940s and 1950s. Wrote "Cimarron" in 1938. Popular cast member of the Melody Ranch radio show and the Town Hall Party television show. Member, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Member, Country Music Hall of Fame. From the description of Oral history interview with Johnny Bond; 1968 Ju...

Carlisle, Cliff, 1904-1983

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Country music performer and pioneer dobro player. Born March 6, 1904. Died April 2, 1983. Full name: Clifford Raymond Carlisle. Career active from the late 1920s-early 1950s. Radio and stage performer, songwriter, and recording artist. Performed both solo and with his brother Bill as a member of the Carlisle Brothers. From the description of Oral history interview with Cliff Carlisle; 1974 July 11; interview conducted by Douglas B. Green. 1974 July 11. (Country Music Foundation, Libr...

Chestnut, Ted, 1906-

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Buchanan, Jim, 1941-

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Cunningham, William Grady.

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Cooley, Spade, 1910-1969

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Boyd, Eddie, 1914-1994

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Alderman, Tony, 1900-1978

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Carter Family (Musical group)

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Brown, Milton Francis, 1922-1969

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Arnold, Eddy, 1918-2008

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Country music performer. Born May 15, 1918. Career active 1940s-1980s. Joined Pee Wee King's Golden West Cowboys as a featured singer in 1940. Began a solo career in 1943. Career record sales number in the millions. Notable hits include "Bouquet of Roses" (1948), "Cattle Call" (1955), "What's He Doing in My World" (1965), and "Make the World Go Away" (1965). Member, Country Music Hall of Fame. From the description of Oral history interview with Eddy Arnold; 2000 September 12; intervi...

5 Royales

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Butcher, Dwight, 1911-

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Country music performer and songwriter. Born August 6, 1911. Died November 11, 1978. Career most active during the 1930s. Primarily radio and stage performer, but also recorded under several names during the 1930s, including Slim Oakdale, Hank Hall, and Dwight Butcher. Songwriting credits include "Love Letters Bring Memories of You" (recorded by Jimmie Rodgers), and "Goodbye to Old Mexico" (recorded by Gene Autry). From the description of Oral history interview with Dwight Butcher; 1...

Carr, Gary P.

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Anderson, Bill, 1937-

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Country performer and songwriter. Born November 1, 1937. Full name: James William Anderson III. Songwriter, recording artist, and television host. Known as "Whisperin' Bill" for his distinctive vocal style. His songwriting credits include "City Lights" (recorded by Ray Price, 1958; Mickey Gilley, 1974), and "Saginaw, Michigan" (recorded by Lefty Frizzell, 1964). Also wrote several of his own hit songs, including "Mama Sang A Song," "Still," and "Po' Folks." Member, Nashville Songwriters Hall of ...

Blake, Eubie, 1887-1983

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American composer. From the description of Eubie Blake papers, 1949-1983. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 614998552 ...

Badgett Sisters

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Cash, Johnny

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Johnny Cash (1932- ), Anglo-American country singer and recording artist, of Kingsland, Ark. From the description of John Edwards memorial collection, 1972. (Oceanside Free Library). WorldCat record id: 27189109 ...

Collins, Daniel

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Epithet: Reverend British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000246.0x00034a ...

Cameron, John Allan

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Chatmon, Sam

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Berkeley, Roy.

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Cohen, Norm, 1936-....

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Beers, Bob, 1920-1972

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Carson, Fiddlin' John, 1868-1949

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Arizona Wranglers

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Atkins, Chet

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Guitarist and Nashville record producer. Born June 20, 1924. Died June 20, 2001. Career active late 1940s-1990s. Full name: Chester Burton Atkins. RCA country producer 1957-1970s, influential in shaping the Nashville Sound. Known as "Mr. Guitar," he is among the most recorded solo instrumentalists in the world. Member, Country Music Hall of Fame. From the description of Oral history interview with Chet Atkins [sound recording] ; 1977 July 5; interview conducted by Douglas B. Green. 1...

Bowman, Charlie

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Beers, Evelyne

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Blue Sky Boys.

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Allen, Rex, 1920-1999

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Campbell, Glen, 1936-...

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Carvell, Alan.

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Clement, Jack

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Songwriter and producer. Born April 5, 1931. Full name: Jack Henderson Clement. Songwriting credits include "Guess Things Happen That Way," and "Ballad of a Teenage Queen." As a producer, his production credits include work for Charley Pride, Waylon Jennings, Wanda Jackson, Don Williams, and U2. From the description of Oral history interview with "Cowboy" Jack Clement; [ca. 1977] interview conducted by Lola Scobey. [ca. 1977] (Country Music Foundation, Library & Media Center). Wo...

Burnett, Richard, 1905-1977

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Bryant, Slim

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Thomas Hoyt "Slim" Bryant (1908- ), Anglo-American early country music singer from Bolton, Ga.; and the Golden Gate Quartet, an African- American a capella gospel group. From the description of John Edwards memorial collection, n.d. (Oceanside Free Library). WorldCat record id: 27190363 ...

Bartlett, Jonathan, 1764-1858

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Carlisle Brothers.

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Cherry, Hugh

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Arthel ("Doc") Watson, nationally known Anglo-American bluegrass and old-time music guitarist and singer, and recording artist, of Deep Gap, Wautauga County, N.C. From the description of John Edwards memorial collection, 1967. (Oceanside Free Library). WorldCat record id: 27189120 Country music disc jockey. Born October 7, 1922. Died October 15, 1998. Career active late 1940s-1970s. Worked as a disc jockey, documentary narrator, author, and college lecturer. Honored as Count...

Beatles.

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Buchanan, W. T.

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Cotten, Elizabeth Henderson

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Elizabeth Brownrigg (Henderson) Cotten (1875-1975) worked in the Southern Historical Collection and was secretary of the Friends of the Library of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. From the description of Elizabeth Henderson Cotten papers, 1926-1964 (bulk 1950-1964). (Oceanside Free Library). WorldCat record id: 24599984 Elizabeth Henderson Cotten (1875-1975) worked in the Southern Historical Collection and was secretary of the Friends of the Librar...

Bailey, Deford

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Ball, Wilber

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Coon Creek Girls (Musical group)

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Clark, Roy, 1933-

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Azalea, camellia and rhododendron grower; owner of Rainbow Gardens, Olympia, Washington. From the description of Papers of Roy Clark [manuscript], 1935-1949. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647833003 ...

Acuff, Roy

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Country music performer and recording artist. Born September 15, 1903. Died November 23, 1992. Star of Knoxville radio in the 1930s. Grand Ole Opry performer 1938-early 1990s. Co-founder Acuff-Rose Publications. Member, Country Music Hall of Fame. From the description of Oral history interview with Roy Acuff and David P. Stone; 1983 May 25; interview conducted by John W. Rumble. 1983 May 25. (Country Music Foundation, Library & Media Center). WorldCat record id: 232361926 ...

Bear, Gene.

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Baez, Joan, 1941-

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