BETTY CODY - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 279991
Sale Price $126.00
Inscribed 8x10 photo of the country star of the early 1950s
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To/Charles/with/Best Wishes/Betty Cody". B/w, 8x10. Betty Cody, raised in Maine by French Canadian parents, was a country music favorite of the early 1950s, with a nationwide program on ABC radio and a touring duet with husband Harold Breau (known as Lone Pine).Her hit songs, mostly tearful ballads of heartache and loss, included "Please Throw Away the Glass" and "Don't Believe Everything You Read About Love." When her marriage to Lone Pine broke up in 1954, Cody turned down an offer from future Presley manager Colonel Parker to move to Nashville, returning instead to Lewiston, Maine to work in a factory and raise her three kids. (One son, Lenny Breau, became a well known jazz musician.) The next year, Patsy Cline began the recording career that would make her, not Betty Cody, the successor to Kitty Wells as the queen of heartache, but Cody's contribution - solo and with Lone Pine - has recently been recognized with recorded compilations. Fine condition.
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