ERNEST TUBB - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CIRCA 1975 - HFSID 66118
Sale Price $270.00
He corrects an invoice, writing to a dealer that he has been undercharged!
Autograph Note signed: "Did you make an/error on this?/E. T./Please return this for my files.", 1 page, 8½x7. Sum owed also revised in signer's hand: "$138.16". Invoice from Blackwood Brothers Quartet, Nashville, Tennessee, for "5323 x8 - 42,584 tire miles for December. Dealer has neglected to add the $15 service charge to the $123.16 bill, hence Tubb's question. Ink note (unknown hand): "You are right", and marks the revised total paid. American Country-American Singer/songwriter Ernest Tubb (1914-1984) is said to have created the honky-tonk style of country music with his hit "Walking the Floor Over You" (1943). In 1943, the same year he joined the Grand Ole Opry, Tubb formed his band, The Texas Troubadours. Tubb was with the Opry in its first Carnegie Hall show (1947). He sang duets with Loretta Lynn in the 1960s, including the hit "Sweet Thang". He is enshrined in the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Creased from center fold. Staple holes in top edge. Fine condition.
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