THE TEXAS TROUBADOURS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: JACK GREENE, LEON RHODES, JACK DRAKE, CAL SMITH, BUDDY CHARLETON - HFSID 300365
ERNEST TUBB AND THE TEXAS TROUBADOURS A signed black and white photograph of the band members posing in front of their touring bus Photograph Signed: "Jack/ Greene", "Leon/ Rhodes", "Jack/ Drake", "Cal Smith", B/w 10x8.
Sale Price $595.00
ERNEST TUBB AND THE TEXAS TROUBADOURS A signed black and white photograph of the band members posing in front of their touring bus Photograph Signed: "Jack/ Greene", "Leon/ Rhodes", "Jack/ Drake", "Cal Smith", B/w 10x8. Tubb is shown standing on the steps of the bus, with the 5 members posed in front of it. Singer/songwriter ERNEST TUBB (1914-1984) is said to have created the honky-tonk style of country music with his hit "Walking the Floor Over You" (1943). In 1943, the same year he joined the Grand Ole Opry, Tubb formed his band, The Texas Troubadours. Tubb was with the Opry in its first Carnegie Hall show (1947). He sang duets with Loretta Lynn in the 1960s, including the hit "Sweet Thang". He is enshrined in the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. JACK GREENE (1930-2013) was an American musician who, after forming a few of his own bands, was eventually asked to join Ernest Tubb and the Texas Troubadors. Greene played many different roles in the band including drummer, vocalist, guitarist, and M.C. Guitarist and drummer LEON RHODES was later featured in the band on TV's Hee Haw. JACK DRAKE was a bass guitarist; and CAL SMITH (1932-2013) was an American musician who began his music career young, but could not seem to find success. After working various jobs in the 1950s, Smith was discovered by the legendary Ernest Tubb, who eventually asked Smith to join the band. Smith played the guitar for the band until 1969, when he and the band parted ways. BUDDY CHARLETON (1938-2011) was an American teacher and musician most widely known for his part as a pedal steel guitarist in Ernest Tubb and the Texas Troubadors. Lightly bowed. Otherwise, fine condition.
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