JACK GREENE - DOCUMENT SIGNED 02/06/1968 - HFSID 66301
Sale Price $288.00
The singer signed this credit statement with First American National Bank for $2026.70
Document Signed: "Jack H. Greene" in black ink, 1p. 6x9¼. Dated: February 6, 1968, Nashville, Tennessee. In Part: "For value received, the undersigned, jointly and severally promise to pay to the order of FIRST AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK of Nashville Two Thousand-Twenty six…" Jack Greene (1930-2013) was a country musician who won many awards over the course of his decades-long career. His debut album There Goes My Everything (1966) rocketed to #1 on the U.S. Country Top 100 chart and reached the U.S. Billboard 100 as well. Of the sixteen albums he released from 1966 to 1980, only two failed to break into the U.S. Country Top 100 chart. In 1967, he earned four awards that put him in the upper echelon of country singers: he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry, and he won Single of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, and Album of the Year from the Country Music Association. The song “There Goes My Everything” was #1 on the Billboard charts for seven weeks and the album of the same title topped the charts for four weeks. Greene, who had started his career as a drummer with the Peachtree Cowboys and Ernest Tubb's Texas Troubador Band, followed his 1967 success with a number of other hits, including "All The Time", "What Locks the Door?", "You Are My Treasure", "Lord, Is That Me?", and "Statue of a Fool" (all number one hits) as well as two #1 albums. Later in his career, Greene, who was called "the Garth Brooks of his era", sang and recorded with his wife, Jeannie Seeley. At age 80, Greene, who still performed at the Grand Ole Opry, released a new compilation album titled Precious Memories, Treasured Friends. The album consists of duets her performed with Seeley, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Little Jimmy Dickens, and many other country music greats. He did not retire from performing until 2011, just two years before his death. Edges lightly creased. Horizontal fold. Bank stamped. Slightly toned. Staple holes at blank left margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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