On December 27, , while still a medical student, he was married to Helen F. Return to Top Daniel Butterfield Carveth '45 Daniel Butterfield Carveth '45, a former innkeeper and restaurateur who took to farming as a "gentleman squire," was born on April 16, , to Hector R. The repertoire includes covers of Kris Kristofferson and Hank Williams, as well as what looks like three originals: This is a double LP, mainly with covers of '70s countrypolitan hits, a few honkytonk oldies "Jambalaya" and a couple of Motown and pop standards, stuff like "Shop Around" and "Impossible Dream. This disc, from the mids, was his solo debut, and it has a 'Fifties rock feel, though there is a bit of twang in there as well. LP A lesser light in the glossy early '80s Nashville scene, R.
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Braswell was a slightly clunky singer, but he's heartfelt and sincere, and his love of the music radiates though each song. They were certainly conscious of their audience's roots in coal country, with cartoon silouettes of miners on the album cover, and a set list that included songs such as "I'm Just An Old Chunk Of Coal," "Coal Miner's Daughter" along with other country covers, like "Bloody Mary Morning," et. After Hamilton Expand Navigation. For many years before and after his retirement he consulted with government science agencies and committees, and professional organizations and universities developing material sciences programs. Plus, some of the melodies are haunting and memorable
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The repertoire's mostly straight-up cowboy music and sentimental stuff, including a couple of Gene Autry tunes, one by Montana Slim and a couple by Wilf Carter, who was a friend of Belanger. Johnson; and five grandchildren. Anyway, the Bacon brothers were originally from Pennsylvania, and while Kevin pursued an acting career, Michael went into music, including an early partnership with Larry Gold that resulted in an earlier album back in Supposedly, though, the record was bankrolled by gangsters and Martin tells the tale about how they sent a mob enforcer to pressure him into finishing the project which probably was being used as a tax dodge or to launder some money They sang covers of mainstream country tunes, though they were definitely longhairs. John Braden later went on to carve a very successful career as a children's music producer, recording numerous albums for the Kids Stuff label, notably working on game-related albums for Atari, as well as the Strawberry Shortcake and My Little Pony albums.
Frankie Carle fondly told the story that his parents could not afford a piano so young Frankie practiced on a fake keyboard his uncle made for him out of an orange crate Librarium - East Chatham NY. Jaime Brockett "2" Capitol, LP. He was headed to Nashville in to take up a job offer with the Jim Reeves band, the Po' Boys, when he heard about the plane crash that ended Reeves' life, so instead he worked for about a year in Minneapolis with the Houle Brothers band, before finally making it to Music City in ' I mean, just look at it: They also remind me of the Cornell Hurd Band, though much more rock-oriented. The material's all oldies, mainly honkytonk cover songs, along with some popular instrumentals such as "Yakety Sax," though there are no originals from the band.