RED FOLEY - INSCRIBED MAGAZINE ARTICLE SIGNED CIRCA 1956 - HFSID 59266
Sale Price $637.50
RED FOLEY. Magazine Page inscribed and signed: "To Maggie/Red Foley", 1p, 8½x11. Photograph, b/w with brown hue, 4¼x6¼, at left; printed biography at right. Circa 1956. Red Foley (1910-1968), featured on WLS Radio's National Barn Dance in the 1930s, became a Grand Ole Opry headliner in the late 1940s, symbolizing changes then affecting country music. Foley was the first country artist to have his own radio program, co-hosted by Red Skelton, and the first major performer to record in Nashville (1945). He hosted TV's country showcase, The Ozark Jubilee, from 1954-1960. Borrowing from many styles, Foley's top-selling recordings ranged from boogie-woogie to gospel songs. His many hits included "Smoke on the Water" (1944) and "Peace in the Valley" (1951). Foley was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1967. Slightly creased, diagonal crease at the "F" and "l" of Foley. Light show through of print on verso. Fine condition. Framed in the Gallery of History style: 18x21¼.
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