Riley Crabtree - When Hank Williams Met Jimmie Rodgers ~ I'll Make You Want Me FLAC album
Riley Crabtree - When Hank Williams Met Jimmie Rodgers Riley was born on his parents' farm in Mount Pleasant, Texas, in 1912 as the youngest of eight.
Jimmie Rodgers) Was born in Meridian,Mississippi on Sept. His birth name is (James Charles Rodgers)
When Hank Williams Met Jimmie Rodgers. There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight. I'd Still Want You. 3:00. I Won't Be Home No More. Please Don't Let Me Love You. 2:16.
Jimmie Rodgers (country singer). When the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum was established in 1961, Rodgers was one of the first three (the others were music publisher and songwriter Fred Rose and singer-songwriter Hank Williams) to be inducted. Rodgers was elected to the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970 and, as an early influence, to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1986. Fellow Meridian, MS native Steve Forbert's tribute album to Jimmie Rodgers, Any Old Time, was nominated for a 2004 Grammy in the best traditional folk category. On May 24, 1978, the United States Postal Service issued a 13-cent commemorative stamp honoring Rodgers, the first in its long-running Performing Arts Series. She Was Happy Till She Met You".
James Frederick Rodgers (born September 18, 1933 in Camas, Washington) is an American singer. Rodgers had a brief run of mainstream popularity in the 1950s and 1960s with a string of crossover singles that ranked highly on the Billboard Pop Singles, Hot Country and Western Sides and Hot Rhythm and Blues Sides charts; in the 1960s, Rodgers had more modest successes with adult contemporary music.
Jimmie Rodgers facts: Jimmie Rodgers (1897-1933), known as "The Mississippi Blue Yodeler" and "The Singing Brakeman,"was the first nationally-known country music star. He influenced many later performers from Hank Snow and Ernest Tubb to Lefty Frizzell. He influenced many later performers from Hank Snow and Ernest Tubb to Lefty Frizzell and Merle Haggard. Rodgers was the first musician to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Born in Meridian, Mississippi, on September 8, 1897, Rodgers grew up in hard times. He was the third son of Aaron Rodgers, a maintenance-of-way railroad foreman for the Mobile & Ohio Railroad. His mother died when he was four and Rodgers went to live with his mother's sister, a former teacher who had degrees in music and English
Lucinda Williams will be the headliner at the Jimmie Rodgers Festival in Meridian in May. (Photo: File/Invision/AP). Jimmie was born here in Meridian, but we want to show how his impact was felt across the state and country. Much like Williams, McMurtry found his stride relatively late in his musical career. Williams recorded the first album of her career "Ramblin" at Jackson's Malaco Studios in 1979, but her career did not begin to rise until a self-titled release in 1988, and 1994's breakout "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road" solidified her claim as one of the most talented songwriters of the genre. Jackson's Ardenland booking company was brought onboard by the Jimmie Rodgers Foundation in 2014 to reinvigorate the festival that Jones said had become stale.
Watch the video for Blue Yodel from Jimmie Rodgers's Recordings 1927-1933 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Blue Yodel Jimmie Rodgers. Peach Pickin' Time in Georgia. I Just Don't Like This Kind of Livin'.
Both Rodgers and Williams depict a South that is more visceral because of the emotions contained in their music. Rodgers and Williams feature a "realism" in their music that shows struggle, heartache, and a sense of the disempowerment towards which many in the South, and all over the United States, could find easy connection. Williams and Rodgers do not articulate an overall vision of economic success, political power, and socially exclusive notions of the good. Both Rodgers and Williams depict a South that is more visceral because of the emotions contained in their music. When the Country Music Hall of Fame began, Rodgers and Williams were two of the first three artists enshrined primarily because of their ability to reflect a state of being where pain and hurt could only find reasonable avenue through song.
Jimmie does not get on computers at all and would certainly not speak to people the way I have seen what is sent to me. REMEMBER IF YOU RECEIVE SOMETHING SUPPOSEDLY FROM JIMMIE, it is bogus.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): CO 50459
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): CO 50460