Jim Reeves Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: August 20, 1923 in nr. Galloway, Panola County, Texas
Died: July 31, 1964 in Brentwood, Williamson Co., Tennessee
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From 1955 through 1969, "Gentleman" Jim Reeves (1923-1964), was consistently in the country and pop charts, which is all the more remarkable because Reeves was killed when his private plane crashed outside Nashville in 1964. His pop singles, including "Four Walls" (1957) and "He'll Have to Go" (1959), defined both Reeves' style and an entire era of country music. Jim Carroll was a songwriter who wrote most of Jim Reeves' hit songs, including "Stand at Your Window", "Little Ole Dime" and "Uno Ino". He also wrote and arranged music for Harvey Mandel and Bonnie Raitt.
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