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Charie Gore

During his heyday, Charlie Gore was referred to as “the tall handsome man from West Virginia.” Through the early ’50s, he was the celebrity of Midwestern Hayride on WLW radio and tv in Cincinnati. Gore was created in Chapmanville, Western Virginia and experienced extensive radio encounter before arriving at WLW. In 1952, Gore produced his documenting debut on Syd Nathan’s Ruler label using the music “If God Can ABSOLVE YOU, So MAY I,” which do quite nicely. Between 1952 and 1956, Gore documented 36 tunes for Ruler. In the middle-’50s, he visited function in Indianapolis on radio and tv, staying until 1959, and he came back to Western Virginia and worked well like a deejay. Gore also offered a term in the Western Virginia condition legislature, and began his personal label, Blank Information, which he documented some more tunes. He eventually came back to Cincinnati, where he resided out the others of his existence, loss of life in 1984.

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