Big Expenses Lister switched his early 1950’s stint as Hank Williams’ starting act and rhythm guitarist into many hits when he documented versions of Williams’ tunes, “Countryfied,” “THE TINY Home We Built Just above the Hill,” and, most memorably, “There is a Tear in my own Ale. His skill like a performer held his profession afloat lengthy after he halted producing hit tunes, and his honky-tonk design drew from in the united states spectrum. His relatively raw sound might have held him from being truly a industrial smash, but his almost 50-year career held soldiering on anyhow.
|1||He and his wife, Lila, were married for 65 years until her death.|
|2||He is survived by his son, Weldon E. Lister.|
|American Masters||2004||TV Series documentary||Himself|
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