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Autry Inman

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b. Robert Autry Inman, 6 January 1929, Florence, Alabama, USA, d. 6 Sept 1988. An early on prodigy, Inman performed guitar at age five with 12, he produced his music group, the Alabama Blue Children. He performed on various regional r / c and in the middle-40s, he begun to show up on the WWVA Wheeling Jamboree. He made an appearance over the Grand Ole Opry in 1947, where he became friendly with Cowboy Copas. He performed bass for Copas’s Oklahoma Cowboys in 1949 and 1950, before spending another two years using George Morgan. In 1953, documenting for Decca Information, he enjoyed lots 4 country strike with “That’s FINE”, but didn’t obtain a follow-up strike using the label. He produced additional recordings for RCA-Victor Information (1958-60), United Performers Information (1960) and Mercury Information (1962), without selecting chart achievement (in 1961, he produced his very own Lakeside label and released a live record). In 1963, his Sims documenting of “The Volunteer” produced the very best 25. He documented two risqué live albums for Jubilee the next year and finally returned towards the graphs in 1968, with “The Ballad Of Two Brothers”, a patriotic narrative shipped over strains from the “Fight Hymn FROM THE Republic”. It reached amount 14 in the united states graphs and in addition crossed to become a Best 50 pop strike. He made an appearance in two movies, A Face WITHIN THE Group (1957) and Music Town USA (1966), and released additional albums, but accomplished no further graph success.

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Full Name Autry Inman
Died September 6, 1988, Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States
Profession Singer-songwriter
Music Songs Ballad of Two Brothers, It Would Be a Doggone Lie, Be Bop Baby, The Volunteer, Mary Nell, Happy Go Lucky, Dream Boat, Uh-Huh-Honey, Stop Stallin', World's Worst Loser, Just Smile as You Go By, Footsteps of the Bride, Six Rounds Of Love And Hate, You've Got To Leave Those Other Guys Alone, Remember the Night, Under the Moon, I Wear It Well, Pucker Up, Tell Me Now, Look over Your Shoulder, Let's Take the Long Way Home, Ballad Of J.F.K., You Gotta Leave Those Guys Alone, Double Cross, Your New Love Song, Does Your Sweetheart Seem Different Lately, Back to Dixie, Big Sam, Don't Drop It, I Wanna Make Love, Day Dreamin', Wildwood Flower
Albums Last Records Club Heroes: Autry Inman, Autry Inman: Studio 102 Essentials, Be Bop Baby - The Rockabilly Years, Hillbilly Classics, The Oklahoma Cowboy


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Dolly Parton: Early Morning Breeze 2014 Video short writer: "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby"
Opry Video Classics: Pioneers 2007 Video writer: "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby"
Dolly Parton & Friends on the Country Train 2003 Video writer: "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby"

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Music City U.S.A. 1966 Documentary Autry Inman

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