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    Posted 7 months ago

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    Good Morning CW At 5:27 AM!!

    Cowboy Copas, a very early Country Music performer with his 1948 release 'Breeze' and 'In My Merry Oldsmobile' on the historical King Record Lable.
    Born in 1913 in Blue Creek, Ohio, Copas was a member of the Grand Ole' Opry. In 1963, he was killed in the same plane crash that took the life of Music legend Miss Patsy Cline.
    The King Lable was founded in 1943 by Mr. Syd Nathan in Cincinnati, Ohio and operated until 1968.
    The building still stands today in Cincinnati and can be toured.
    In 2008, the Rock&Roll Hall Of Fame had a historical marker placed in front of the building.
    The song 'Breeze' went to #12 on the charts.

    Thank You,


    1. artfoot artfoot, 7 months ago
      Good one Thomas. I like songs about men who went to war and fell in love instead. Bobby Bare sang about his "Fraulein" and Cowboy Copas sang about the sweetheart he left behind on the "South Pacific Shores".
    2. Recordmantime, 7 months ago
      Nice 'T"..I wouldn't know this info,.. But I bet the other 1/2 would, just loved everything about Patsy and people around her ...way ta go bro..
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    4. Brunswick Brunswick, 7 months ago
      Gargoylecollector, Iggy, Vetraio, Jenni, Ben, Recordmantime, Fortapache, Artfoot, Yougottohavestuff, Vynil33rpm, Officialfuel, Re-In-Vintage And last but not least, BB2!!! Thanks one and all here much for the love and support!!! Allways!!!

    5. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 7 months ago
      I keep going back to "Cotton Eyed Joe"
    6. Brunswick Brunswick, 7 months ago
      PhilDMorris, Lol! Thanks for the link up! And Thanks for the Love!!

    7. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 6 months ago
      I love the sound of this one, reminds me of a differnt sound than regular country !~
    8. Brunswick Brunswick, 6 months ago
      Phil...Early Country Music was quite diffrent. Mostly percussion hardly and when piano got mixed in they slapped the Genre Lable of Honky Tink! Lol! It all really stemmed back to cowboy songs, even as far back as the writings of Stephen Foster, 'Oh Susanna', 'Camptown Race's, etc. Thanks for hearing the Music and not just listening..a big difference between the 2!!

    9. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 6 months ago
      Yes, it di..d remind me of Gene Autrey and Roy Rogers.
    10. Brunswick Brunswick, 6 months ago
      AnythingObscure, Thanking you kindly!!,
      PhilDMorris, Jimmy Rodgers???


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