Archie Campbell, a celebrity and chief article writer for Hee Haw from 1968, also recorded many strikes for RCA through the ’60s. Created on November 7, 1914, in Bulls Distance, TN, Campbell researched artwork at Mars Hill University, NC, and in 1936 visited work with WNOX-Knoxville’s Mid-Day Merry Proceed Round. He shifted to WDOD-Chattanooga in 1937 and remained until 1941, when he became a member of the Navy. Campbell came back to WNOX after Globe Battle II, and added a Knoxville Television show known as Nation Playhouse in 1952. The display went for six years, and he shifted to Nashville to become listed on the Grand Ole Opry. Campbell authorized to RCA Victor in 1959, soon after his Opry debut. He reached the united states Best 25 in 1960 with “Problems within the Amen Part,” but later on singles flopped. He shifted to Starday in 1962, but discovered no achievement there either. Another stint with RCA from 1966 brought the very best 20 admittance “The Men in my own Little Girl’s Existence.” Two additional singles — “The Dark End of the road” and “Inform It enjoy it Can be” — strike the very best 30 in 1968, but Campbell’s graph activity dropped after he became a member of Hee Haw in 1968. He documented several humor/music albums, including Bull Program at Bull’s Creek (with Junior Examples) along with a self-titled recording for Elektra in 1976. He also hosted the TNN interview display Yesteryear during 1984.