FARON "THE SHERIFF" YOUNG - MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ROY DRUSKY - HFSID 305674
FARON "THE SHERIFF" YOUNG & ROY DRUSKY The Country Music Hall of Famer and Grand Ole Opry star are shown on opposite sides of this black and white magazine photograph. Magazine Photograph signed: "Faron Young" and on verso "Roy Drusky/1960", B/w 8x10½.
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FARON "THE SHERIFF" YOUNG & ROY DRUSKY
The Country Music Hall of Famer and Grand Ole Opry star are shown on opposite sides of this black and white magazine photograph.
Magazine Photograph signed: "Faron Young" and on verso "Roy Drusky/1960", B/w 8x10½. One of country music's most popular entertainers for over 30 years, FARON YOUNG (1932-1996) had 79 Top 10 hits, including "Hello Walls", "Sweet Dreams", "I Miss You Already", "Going Steady", "Four in the Morning", "Step Aside" and "This Little Girl of Mine". He and his band, considered one of the best show and dance bands in the genre, were popular on both tours and on television, and Young also brought his talents to the big screen, appearing in such films as Hidden Guns (which earned him his nickname, "The Sheriff") and Country Music Holiday. Young was enshrined in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999, three years after his death. Country music singer/songwriter ROY DRUSKY (1930-2004) was known as the "country crooner" and "the Perry Como of country music" for his smooth vocals. Drusky, who wrote several hit songs (including "Alone With You") for Faron Young, signed his own recording contract with Decca in 1958 and became a regular performer with the Grand Ole Opry the following year. In the 1960s and early 1970s, over 40 of his recordings charted, including "Another", "Anymore", "Three Hearts in a Tangle" and "Second-Hand Rose". Drusky, who also released a dozens of albums, turned to country gospel in the 1990s. He had made his film debut in 1965's Forty-Acre Feud and appeared in two films in 1966. Slightly worn at edges. ¼-inch tear at top left corner. Otherwise, fine condition.
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