GEORGE MORGAN - INSCRIBED PROGRAM SIGNED - HFSID 63291
Sale Price $198.00
He inscribes a program for the Grand Ole Opry to a fan
Program inscribed and signed: "Thanks Marian/George Morgan" on cover, 56 p, 8½x11. WSM's Official Grand Ole Opry History-Picture Book. After country crooner George Morgan (1924-1975) replaced Eddy Arnold at the Grand Ole Opry in 1948, he recorded a number of hit country singles, including "Candy Kisses", one of the songs that he wrote, which topped the country charts for three weeks and gave Morgan his nickname, "The Candy Kid". Over his three-decade career, Morgan also scored in the Top 10 on the country charts with his singles "Please Don't Let Me Love You", "Rainbow in My Heart", "All I Need is Some More Lovin'", "Room Full of Roses", "Cry-Baby Heart", "I Love Everything About You", "Almost", "I'm In Love Again" and "You're the Only Good Thing (That's Happened to Me)". Morgan starred at the Grand Ole Opry until 1956, when he left to host a TV program, but returned to the Opry three years later. Morgan, he father of country singer Lorrie Morgan, witnessed the debut of his 13-year-old daughter at the Opry in 1973, but, unfortunately he did not live to see her success in the 1980s; Morgan died of a heart attack in 1975. Lightly creased. Lightly chipped and soiled at lower edge, worn at right edge. Stray ink mark at lower left margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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