ERNEST TUBB - TYPED LETTER TWICE SIGNED 09/29/1975 - HFSID 68173
Sale Price $396.00
On his musical letterhead, he writes to his business agent, "I'm sure this check is O. K., but it won't hurt to get it deposited." His handwritten postscript, enclosing another check, is added.
Typed Letter signed twice: "E. T.", 1 page, 8½x11. Houston, Texas, 1975 September 29. On his personal music letterhead to "Dear Jerry", in full: "I'm sure this check is O. K., but it won't hurt to get it deposited". He has written in the amount of the check ($1,250) and added a handwritten postscript: "Another check - $1,000". 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. Normal mailing folds. Light surface creases. Corners slightly worn. Fine condition.
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