Home / Biography / Gene Autry

Gene Autry

Biography

Gene Autry was greater than a musician. His music, in conjunction with his professions in films and on radio and tv, made him an integral part of the mythos which has composed the American identification for days gone by century — John Wayne with a small amount of Sam Houston and Davy Crockett all rolled into one, with an excellent singing tone of voice and an hearing for music added on. He described nation music for just two years of listeners, cowboy tracks for a lot of the 20th hundred years, and American music for a lot of the planet. He was nation music’s first proper “multimedia system” superstar, the best-known nation & western vocalist on information, in films, on radio, and on tv from the first ’30s before middle-’50s. His 300 tunes slice between 1929 and 1964 consist of nine platinum record awards and something platinum record; his 93 films preserved one big chunk from the film market, delighted hundreds of thousands, and produced millionaires of many producers (in addition to Autry himself); his radio and tv shows had been even more well-known and effective; and several his tracks outside of the united states & traditional western field have grown to be American pop lifestyle touchstones. The largest selling nation & western vocalist of the center of the 20th hundred years was created Orvon Gene Autry on Sept 29, 1907, within the small Tx city of Tioga, the child of Delbert and Elnora Ozmont Autry. He was initially trained to sing at age group five by his grandfather, William T. Autry, a Baptist preacher and descendant of a number of the first settlers in Tx, contemporaries from the Houstons as well as the Crocketts (an Autry experienced died in the Alamo). The boy’s desire for music was motivated by his mom, who trained him hymns and folk tracks and examine psalms to him during the night. Autry got his initial guitar at age group 12, bought from the Sears, Roebuck & Co. catalog for eight dollars (preserved from his are a hired hands on his uncle’s plantation baling and stacking hay). By enough time he was 15, he previously played anyplace there is to execute in Tioga, including college plays and the neighborhood cafe, but produced the majority of his living doing work for the railroad as an apprentice at $35 per month. Down the road, as an effective telegraph operator, he was producing $150 per month, which days past was a comfy income for the reason that part of Tx. He was functioning the four-to-midnight change at the neighborhood telegraph workplace in Chelsea, Fine, one summer evening in 1927 when, to split up the monotony, he started strumming a electric guitar and singing silently to himself. A person came into any office; instead of insisting upon instant program, he motioned for Autry to keep singing, after that sat right down to view and pay attention while he viewed the web pages he was getting ready to send out. At one stage, visitors asked him to sing another. Finally, after shedding his copy within the counter, the client informed Autry that with some effort, he might possess another on the air, and really should consider likely to NY to pursue a performing profession. The person, whom Autry acquired recognized immediately, was Will Rogers, the humorist, article writer, and film actor, and something of the very most well-known figures within the entertainment globe of that period. Autry didn’t instantly quit his work, but simply over a yr later on he was in NY auditioning to get a representative of RCA Victor. The common sense was that he previously a good tone of voice, but should avoid pop strikes, find his personal kind of tracks and his personal sound, and get some good encounter. He was back again six months later on, on Oct 9, 1929, reducing his initial record, “My Fantasizing of You”/”My Alabama House,” for Victor. Fourteen days afterwards, Autry was creating a demonstration record for the Columbia label of Jimmie Rodgers’ “Blue Yodel No. 5.” Present that same time within the studio room had been two up-and-coming performers, Rudy Vallée and Kate Smith. Autry discovered himself getting pressured to indication an exclusive agreement with Victor, but decided instead to indication using the American Record Company. Their general supervisor, Arthur Sattherly (who afterwards record Leadbelly, among a great many other functions), persuaded Autry that while Victor was a big company and may offer additional money and an improved marketing apparatus, he’d be dropped at Victor amid its existing steady of celebrities, whereas ARC would deal with him as their most significant celebrity. Additionally, Sattherly — through some arrangements involving main retail and string stores in the united states — now got the methods to obtain Autry’s information into individuals’ hands as quickly as Victor. His 1st recordings acquired simply been released when his mom, who’d been sick for months, passed away at age 45, evidently of cancers. Autry’s father started drifting away quickly afterward, and he became the top from the family members and the primary supporter of himself, two sisters, along with a young sibling. In early Dec of 1929, Autry lower his first six edges for ARC. The music was a variety of hillbilly, blues, nation, yodel tracks, and cowboy ballads. His discovery record, “That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine,” co-written by Autry and his friend Jimmy Longer one night on the railroad depot, premiered in 1931. The tune marketed 30,000 copies within per month, and by the finish of a season 500,000 have been sold, a celebration that American Information decided to tag with the general public presentation of the gold-plated copy from the record. Autry received another platinum record when product sales later broke 1 million. Which was where in fact the notion from the Platinum Record Award was created. The record also led him right into a fresh profession on the air as Oklahoma’s Yodeling Cowboy around the Country wide Barn Dance display sponsored by WLS away from Chicago. It had been there that Autry became a significant national superstar — his record product sales rose helped by his publicity on radio. Through the early years of his profession, Autry took several important collaborators and music artists aboard. Included in this had been Fred Rose, the songwriter (afterwards in charge of “Your Cheatin’ Heart”) with whom he collaborated on a lot of his strikes, and fiddle participant Carl Cotner (who also performed sax, clarinet, and piano), who became his arranger. Autry got a knack for understanding a good track when he noticed it (though he nearly passed on the largest strike of his profession), as well as for knowing whenever a track required something extra in its agreement, nonetheless it was Cotner who was simply in a position to translate his sensibilities into musical records and agreements. Mary Ford, afterwards of Les Paul popularity, is at Autry’s band at once, and in 1936 Autry registered a 17-year-old guitarist called Merle Travis, the near future nation superstar and songwriter. By the first ’30s, Autry became one of the most dearest singers in nation & traditional western music. By 1933, he was obtaining fan letters from the hundreds weekly, and his record product sales had been just increasing. Autry’s profession might’ve been produced there, but destiny intervened once again that year, by means of the film business. The Traditional western — specifically the B Traditional western, the bottom-of-the-bill, low-budget actions oater — have been hit very difficult from the arriving of sound within the years 1927 to 1929. Viewers expected dialogue within their films, and most Traditional western stars up compared to that period had been better at traveling, roping, and capturing than reading lines. Not merely did companies and directors require something to fill the soundtracks of the films, especially in the limited costs from the B Westerns, but something to replacement for violent actions, which was getting progressively criticized by resident groups. Cowboy celebrity Ken Maynard, who was simply a great technique rider and stuntman but no vocalist, experienced tried singing tunes in some of his films, and the makers pointed out that the tracks had opted over well despite his vocal restrictions. Maynard was producing another Traditional western, In Aged Santa Fe (1934), for Mascot Photos, and maker Nat Levine made a decision to try an test, investing in a musical quantity sung by way of a professional. By sheer opportunity, the American Record Business and Mascot Photos had been locked together economically, though indirectly, and with the help through the chief executive of ARC, Levine was steered toward Autry. A telephone call brought the youthful vocalist and another ARC performer — multi-instrumentalist/comedian Smiley Burnette — out to Hollywood, where, following a quick conference and screen check, the two had been placed into In Aged Santa Fe. Autry acquired only one picture, singing a melody and contacting a square dance, but that picture became one of the most well-known elements of the film. Levine next trapped Autry and Burnette right into a Ken Maynard serial, Secret Mountain, in small supporting tasks. But Autry’s following appearance was a lot more important, because the star from the extremely successful 12-section serial The Phantom Empire. Maybe knowing that Autry was no “acting professional,” which he previously an viewers of millions currently, he, the authors, and the maker decided that he should basically play “Gene Autry,” a good-natured radio vocalist and sometime cowboy. The achievement of Autry’s early movies was not more than enough to save lots of Mascot Images, which collapsed beneath the fat of debts kept by Consolidated Film Laboratories, which do Mascot’s film digesting. In 1935, Consolidated compelled a merger of Mascot and a small number of other little studios and shaped Republic Photos, with Consolidated’s chief executive, Herbert J. Yates, in the helm. Republic thrived within the B film market, eventually dominating the complete field for another twenty years. And central to Republic’s success had been the Westerns of Gene Autry. His 1st starring Traditional western for the recently organized Republic Photos, Tumbling Tumbleweeds (released on Sept 5, 1935), which also included the performing group the Sons from the Pioneers, was a big success, and was accompanied by Melody Path, The Sagebrush Troubador, as well as the Performing Vagabond, all released through the final 90 days of 1935. Autry resolved into a plan of one film every six weeks, or eight each year, at $5,000 per film, and a formulation was quickly set up. The production beliefs on these films had been modest, commensurate with their low costs and tight capturing schedules, but inside the construction of B Westerns as well as the context of the music, these were first-rate productions. By 1937 as well as for five years after — a string which was just damaged when he enlisted within the military during World Battle II — Autry was ranked in an market survey of theatre owners among the top box-office destinations in the united states, alongside famous brands Adam Cagney and Clark Gable. Autry was the only real cowboy star to help make the list, and the only real professional from B films on the list. For Republic Images, his films had been such a money cow, therefore well-known within the southern, boundary, and western says, that this small studio room could use them in an effort to pressure “block reservation” on theatre owners and stores — that’s, theaters just got usage of the Autry films scheduled each time of year if indeed they bought most of Republic’s game titles for this season. It had been Autry’s discovery of the plan (which, in fairness, was applied by every main studio room at that time, and resulted in the anti-trust fit by the federal government that eventually pressured the studios to stop their theater stores) in early 1938 that resulted in his 1st break with Republic. The issues had been making for quite a while, over Autry’s unhappiness at under no circumstances having received a increase from his primary Mascot-era $5,000-per-movie offer, and contractual clauses — which acquired hardly ever been exercised, but concerned him non-etheless — offering Republic a talk about of his radio, personal appearance, and endorsement cash flow. After attempting unsuccessfully to work through the issues with Yates, Autry strolled from the studio room chief’s workplace and thereafter refused to record for the very first day’s capturing on a film known as Washington Cowboy, later on retitled Under Traditional western Celebrities when it became the debut of Roy Rogers. After eight weeks of legal sparring, Autry was remaining enjoined from producing live performances. Republic, however, discovered itself with an uprising of movie theater owners and stores on its hands — with out a warranty that it could have got any Autry films release a, the studio’s whole annual distribution programs had been jeopardized. By nov 1938 both sides got come to conditions, with increases for Autry and independence from probably the most onerous clauses in his older agreement. Despite his greatest efforts, nevertheless, he couldn’t help the movie theater owners on the block-booking plan, for this was right now entrenched on the market and a fundamental element of Republic’s business program. Meanwhile, his documenting profession continued, frequently in tandem with the films. Whenever Republic could, the studio room licensed the privileges to whatever strike melody Autry acquired most recently documented to utilize it as the name of his newest picture — when this is done, Republic often charged the movie theater owners somewhat even more for the film, plus they paid it, as the tune got “pre-sold” the film to the general public. The tracks kept arriving, sometimes from the films themselves, rather than always his personal: Autry’s friend Ray Whitley wrote “Back the Saddle Once again” for any 1938 George O’Brien Traditional western called Boundary G-Man, so when Autry wanted a theme tune for his very own radio present, he returned to Whitley’s tune, made several changes, and documented it himself. Alongside “That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine,” it had been the tune he would end up being most closely connected with. Autry’s profession was interrupted by his support within the armed service during World Battle II, however when he came back towards the documenting and film studios in 1945, he resumed both his performing and film professions without missing a defeat. He was still a name to become reckoned with on the container workplace, although he was under no circumstances again positioned among the very best ten money-making superstars of films. The ethnic dislocations due to World Battle II and their influence on rural and small-town America and on the film business, along with the impending introduction of television, experienced shrunk the B film market to some darkness of its 1930s glory. His films still made cash, nevertheless, and he held making them directly into the start of the 1950s, and he transferred into television creation — Autry acquired already started buying up r / c before the battle, and by the first ’50s he was owner of many television channels, a studio room, and his personal production business, where he produced his own tv program in addition to others that he possessed. His singing profession was bigger than ever before, however. Even prior to the battle, Autry got occasionally moved from nation music and obtained big, much like his 1940 strike edition of “Blueberry Hill,” which predated Fatty acids Domino’s documenting by 16 years. Following the battle, he still do cowboy and nation music such as for example “Magic Spurs” and “Sioux Town Sue,” sprinkled with periodic folk music and pop quantities. In 1949, nevertheless, Autry scored the largest single strike of his profession — and perhaps the second- or third-biggest strike music ever documented up compared to that period — with “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” a music by Johnny Marks that Autry got recorded just reluctantly, in one take by the end of a program. That same yr, he lower “(Ghost) Riders in the Sky,” lots by a previous forest ranger called Stan Jones, which became both a nation and pop music regular, trim by everyone from Vaughan Monroe to Johnny Money. With the middle-’50s, Autry’s profession acquired slowed. Rock and roll & move and R&B had been attracting youthful listeners, and a fresh generation of nation music superstars, heralded by Johnny Money and Marty Robbins, was starting to catch the attention of serious product sales. Autry, after that in his forties, still got his viewers, but he steadily receded in the limelight to wait to his burgeoning business passions. He died Oct 2, 1998.

Quick Facts


Full Name Gene Autry
Date Of Birth September 29, 1907
Died October 2, 1998, Studio City, California, United States
Height 1.75 m
Profession Actor, Author, Businessperson, Television producer, Film Score Composer, Telegraphist
Nationality American
Spouse Jackie Autry, Ina Mae Spivey
Parents Delbert Autry, Elnora Ozment
Awards Grammy Hall of Fame, Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Academy of Country Music Awards Cliffie Stone Icon Award
Music Songs Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Back in the Saddle Again, Peter Cottontail, That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine, Riders in the Sky, Frosty The Snowman, Tumbling Tumbleweeds, Jingle, Jangle, Jingle, Have I Told You Lately That I Love You, Up on a House Top, You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven, At Mail Call Today, The Last Round-Up, Be Honest With Me, If It Doesn't Snow on Christmas, When It's Springtime in the Rockies, A Yodeling Hobo, Dear Hearts and Gentle People, Blue Canadian Rockies, Nine Little Reindeer, I Hang My Head and Cry, Sing Me a Song of the Saddle, Tweedle O'Twill, Deep In The Heart Of Texas, Dear Old Western Skies, Way Out West In Texas, Ridin' Down the Canyon, Do Right Daddy Blues, Dixie Cannonball, An Old Fashioned Tree, I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes, Dallas County Jail Blues
Albums Cowboy Hymns & Songs Of Inspiration, Gene Autry-Don't Fence Me In, The Last Letter, My Old Kentucky Home, Gene Autry (Doxy Collection), Gene Autry, "That's How I Got My Start" - Jimmie And The Cowboys, The Laughing Cowboy, Wonderful Soundtrack, A Gene Autry Christmas, The Christmas Cowboy, The Complete Columbia Christmas Recordings, The Essential Gene Autry, Western Classics, The Cowboy Is A Patriot, 20 Greatest Movie Hits, Cowboy Christmas, The Original Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, The Original: Gene Autry Sings Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer & Other Christmas Favorites, Year-Round Cowboy, The Voices of Christmas, Christmastime With Gene Autry, The Great Cowboy, Gene Autry's Christmas Cracker, Young Gene Autry, Gene Autry With His Little Darlin' Mary Lee, The Two Cowboys, The Essential Recordings, Gene Autry's Golden Hits, Gene Autry South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way), Goin' Back To Texas: 25 Texas Classics, The Singing Cowboy: Chapter Two, Gene Autry Greatest Hits, Platinum Christmas Collection (Original Christmas Recordings - Remastered), Sing Cowboy Sing - Gene Autry, Vol. 2, Me Myself and My Songs, Here's To The Ladies, Gene Autry - Volume 1, Singing Cowboy, San Antonio Rose, Legends Of Country, American Legend - Gene Autry, Gene Autry Top Ten, Ole Faithful, Simply the Best Of…, Hooked On Country Classics - Gene Autry, Christmas Favorites (Gene Autry`s Favorites), Caroling Caroling - Christmas Legends, Gene Autry Selected Hits Vol. 3, Don T Fence Me In, Mexicali Rose
Nominations Academy Award for Best Original Song
Movies The Phantom Empire, The Old Corral, In Old Santa Fe, Melody Ranch, Riders of the Whistling Pines, Boots and Saddles, The Big Show, The Old Barn Dance, Springtime in the Rockies, The Cowboy and the Indians, Melody Trail, Beyond the Purple Hills, Bells of Capistrano, The Sagebrush Troubadour, Round-Up Time in Texas, Trail to San Antone, Loaded Pistols, Public Cowboy No. 1, Home on the Prairie, Rim of the Canyon, In Old Monterey, The Big Sombrero, Ridin' on a Rainbow, Saddle Pals, Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm, Heart of the Rio Grande, Call of the Canyon, Git Along Little Dogies, Cowboy Serenade, Sunset in Wyoming, Gold Mine in the Sky, Sons of New Mexico, The Singing Vagabond, Colorado Sunset, Gene Autry: Texans Never Cry, Winning of the West, Gene Autry and the Mounties, Silver Canyon, Last of the Pony Riders, Home in Wyomin', Man from Music Mountain, Robin Hood of Texas, Wagon Team, Saginaw Trail, Western Jamboree, The Hills of Utah, Guns and Guitars, The Singing Hill, Stardust on the Sage, Back in the Saddle, Oh, Susanna!
TV Shows The Gene Autry Show, The Phantom Empire


  • Facts
  • Filmography
  • Awards
  • Salaries
  • Quotes
  • Trademarks
  • Pictures

#Fact
1 In 1952 he bought the Monogram Ranch which had been used in Western films since 1915 and went onto be used in the film High Noon and the television series Gunsmoke.
2 Inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame in 1979 as a stock contractor.
3 He was a first cousin, twice removed, of actors Randy Quaid and Dennis Quaid. Gene's maternal grandparents, Andrew Clinton Ozment and Margaret Malinda Pierce, were also Dennis and Randy's paternal great-great-grandparents.
4 Business address: 5828 W. Sunset Blvd, Hollwyood CA 90028
5 Business address: 4383 ColFax Ave. Studio City, CA 91604
6 The Ocotillo Lodge in Palm Springs was once owned by Gene Autry. It has been used for film location shoots. It features a Mid-Century Architectural Design.
7 Was a Boy Scout.
8 He was a lifelong Republican and an avid supporter of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan.
9 There was an alternate version of Gene's first starring film, "The Phantom Empire"(1935), a 12 chapter serial. Though the plot and end result were the same, Gene's character(himself) is missing towards the end of the film, with not even a reference to his earlier presence. The film continues with the other cast members. Gene was temporarily unavailable and the film was almost shelved, but Gene finally returned to complete the film. That alternate version was last aired, locally in in NYC, in the early 1950s, perhaps by mistake, on a local feature program, titled "Time For Avdventure"(TV). The shows' host, Rex Marshall,possibly unaware, made no mention of Gene's sudden absence from the film. There appear to be no reported sightings of that version since.
10 Of his 92 starring features, only The Strawberry Roan (1948) and The Big Sombrero (1949) were filmed and released in color. Additionally, only the last season, 1955-56, of his long running TV series, "The Gene Autry Show"(1950) was filmed and broadcast in color.
11 Once tried to open a restaurant in Chicago. Local Mafia chieftains demanded a cut for their "permission" to start business. Autry refused to pay up. On the opening night gangsters appeared and told the staff to leave, and then destroyed the entire restaurant. Autry closed down and returned to the west coast.
12 Gene did a lot work with preserving artifacts of the "Old West", including many Indian relics, and had a museum containing many of these articles.
13 On 8 February 1960, he was awarded 5 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: for Motion Pictures at 6644 Hollywood Boulevard; Radio at 6520 Hollywood Boulevard; Recording at 6384 Hollywood Boulevard; Television at 6667 Hollywood Boulevard; and Live Performance at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. He is the only person with 5 stars on the Walk of Fame.
14 In 1992 he was said to be worth $320 million.
15 On January 1st, 1942, the small town of Berwyn (Carter County, Oklahoma) changed its name and became 'Gene Autry'.
16 In 1940, the National Association of Theater Owners voted him the fourth biggest box office attraction, behind Mickey Rooney, Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy.
17 In response to his millions of young fans who wanted to be like Gene Autry, he developed a code of conduct, "The Cowboy Code", which is as follows: 1. The Cowboy must never shoot first, hit a smaller man, or take unfair advantage. 2. He must never go back on his word, or a trust confided in him. 3. He must always tell the truth. 4. He must be gentle with children, the elderly, and animals. 5. He must not advocate or possess racially or religiously intolerant ideas. 6. He must help people in distress. 7. He must be a good worker. 8. He must keep himself clean in thought, speech, action, and personal habits. 9. He must respect women, parents, and his nation's laws. 10. The Cowboy is a patriot.
18 During World War II, when he left Republic Pictures to join the U.S. Army, he was the only officer allowed to wear cowboy boots with his uniform.
19 During the war, he was awarded the American Campaign Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, and the World War II Victory Medal.
20 Owned Golden West Broadcasters, which owned and operated San Francisco AM radio station KSFO, Los Angeles television station KTLA channel 5, and Los Angeles AM radio station KMPC.
21 Biography in: "American National Biography". Supplement 1, pp. 19-22. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
22 The California/Anaheim Angels franchise retired #26 in his honor.
23 More than 50 years after the last Gene Autry western, he is better known to later generations as a singer. His remastered vintage recordings of "Here Comes Santa Claus" and "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" remain very popular holiday standards into the 21st century.
24 He was the most popular of the "singing cowboys." In his heyday he was making six to eight feature westerns a year.
25 Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1972.
26 Inducted into the Hall of Great Westerners of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1980.
27 Grandson of an itinerant preacher, he became a multi-millionaire through his investments and real estate holdings.
28 Elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1969.
29 Interred at Forest Lawn (Hollywood Hills), Los Angeles, California, USA, in the Sheltering Hills section, Grave #1048.
30 According to a Hollywood legend, published in The Orange County Register after his death, Autry was discovered singing in a telegraph office in Oklahoma by Will Rogers. Rogers told him that he had a pretty good voice, and suggested that he go to Hollywood where he could make some money singing in the movies. Gene followed Rogers' advice and became "The Singing Cowboy." Autry himself related this story in an interview with Cecil B. DeMille on the Lux Radio Drama Hour. In the interview, Gene added that the next time he saw Rogers was in Hollywood. According to Gene, Will just nodded and said, "I see you made it, kid."
31 Autry was the first owner of the Los Angeles Angels American League baseball club, subsequently renamed the California Angels when the team was relocated to Anaheim in 1966. (The team has been renamed twice: the Anaheim Angels, and now the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.) A radio station owner, Autry was interested in acquiring the broadcasting rights to the Angels games when he found out the team, part of the American League's first expansion, was for sale. He bought it. Autry owned the team in its entirety from its first year of play, 1961, until 1997, when he sold part of the franchise to Disney, who renamed the team the Anaheim Angels. Autry's widow sold the rest of the team to Disney after his death the next year at the age of 91.
32 His first hit record was "That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine" in 1932.


Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Carolina Moon 1940 performer: "Carolina Moon" 1928, "At the Rodeo" 1940, "Dreaming Dreams That Won't Come True" 1940, "Say Si Si" 1935 - uncredited / writer: "At the Rodeo" 1940, "Dreaming Dreams That Won't Come True" 1940 - uncredited
Gaucho Serenade 1940 lyrics: "Keep Rollin' Lazy Longhorns" - uncredited / music: "Headin' for the Wide Open Spaces", "A Song at Sunset", "Keep Rollin' Lazy Longhorns" - uncredited / performer: "The Gaucho Serenade" 1939, "Headin' for the Wide Open Spaces", "A Song at Sunset", "The Singing Hills" 1940, "Keep Rollin' Lazy Longhorns" - uncredited
Shooting High 1940 lyrics: "Shanty of Dreams" 1940, "Only One Love in a Lifetime" 1940, "Little Old Band of Gold" 1939 / music: "Shanty of Dreams" 1940, "Only One Love in a Lifetime" 1940, "Little Old Band of Gold" 1939 / performer: "Wanderers" 1937, "Shanty of Dreams" 1940, "Only One Love in a Lifetime" 1940, "Little Old Band of Gold" 1939
Rancho Grande 1940 "Alla En El Rancho Grande" 1934, uncredited / lyrics: "Dude Ranch Cow Hands" 1938, "There'll Never Be Another Pal Like You" 1940, "I Don't Belong in Your World" 1939 - uncredited / music: "Dude Ranch Cow Hands" 1938, "There'll Never Be Another Pal Like You" 1940, "I Don't Belong in Your World" 1939 - uncredited / performer: "Alla En El Rancho Grande" 1934, "Whistle" 1940, "Dude Ranch Cow Hands" 1938, "There'll Never Be Another Pal Like You" 1940, "I Don't Belong in Your World" 1939 - uncredited
South of the Border 1939 "South of the Border" 1939, "Moon of Manana", uncredited / lyrics: "Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye" 1939 - uncredited / music: "Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye" 1939 - uncredited / performer: "South of the Border" 1939, "Come to the Fiesta", "Moon of Manana", "Girl of My Dreams" 1928, "Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye" 1939, "When the Cactus Blooms Again", "Horse Opry" - uncredited / writer: "Moon of Manana", "Merry-Go-Roundup", "When the Cactus Blooms Again" - uncredited
Rovin' Tumbleweeds 1939 lyrics: "Paradise in the Moonlight" 1939, "A Girl Like You and a Night Like This" - uncredited / music: "Paradise in the Moonlight" 1939, "A Girl Like You and a Night Like This" - uncredited / performer: "Away Out Yonder" 1939, "Ole Peaceful River" 1939, "Paradise in the Moonlight" 1939, "Back in the Saddle Again" 1938, "A Girl Like You and a Night Like This" - uncredited / writer: "Back in the Saddle Again" 1938 - uncredited
In Old Monterey 1939 "It Happened in Monterey" 1930, uncredited / performer: "It Happened in Monterey" 1930, "Born in the Saddle" 1939, "My Buddy" 1922, "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" 1934, "Little Pardner" 1939, "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean" 1843, "The Vacant Chair We Shall Meet But We Shall Miss Him" 1861 - uncredited / writer: "Born in the Saddle" 1939, "Little Pardner" 1939 - uncredited
Colorado Sunset 1939 "Colorado Sunset" 1939 / performer: "On the Merry Old Way Back Home", "Poor Little Dogie" 1939, "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" 1897, "Seven Years with the Wrong Woman" - uncredited / writer: "Poor Little Dogie" 1939 - uncredited
Mountain Rhythm 1939 "Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet" 1909, uncredited / performer: "Highways Are Happy Ways When They Lead the Way to Home", "It Makes No Difference Now" 1938, "It Was Only a Hobo's Dream" 1939, "Old MacDonald Had a Farm", "The Old Grey Mare", "Long, Long Ago" 1883, "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers!" 1879, "Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet" 1909, "Gold Mine in Your Heart" 1939 - uncredited / writer: "It Was Only a Hobo's Dream" 1939, "Gold Mine in Your Heart" 1939, "Knights of the Open Road" 1939 - uncredited
Blue Montana Skies 1939 performer: "Rockin' in the Saddle" 1939, "'Neath the Blue Montana Skies" 1939, "The Old Geezer" 1939, "Famous Men of the West", "I Just Want You" 1939 - uncredited / writer: "Rockin' in the Saddle" 1939, "'Neath the Blue Montana Skies" 1939, "The Old Geezer" 1939, "Famous Men of the West", "I Just Want You" 1939 - uncredited
Mexicali Rose 1939 "Mexicali Rose" 1923, uncredited / lyrics: "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven" 1939 - uncredited / music: "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven" 1939 - uncredited / performer: "Mexicali Rose" 1923, "Robin Hood", "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven" 1939, "Alla En El Rancho Grande" 1934 - uncredited
Home on the Prairie 1939 lyrics: "I'm Gonna Round Up My Blues" 1939 - uncredited / music: "I'm Gonna Round Up My Blues" 1939 - uncredited / performer: "I'm Gonna Round Up My Blues" 1939, "Moonlight On The Ranchhouse", "Big Bull Frog" - uncredited
Western Jamboree 1938 lyrics: "Old November Moon" 1938, "I Love the Morning", "Paradise in the Moonlight" 1938 - uncredited / music: "Old November Moon" 1938, "I Love the Morning", "Paradise in the Moonlight" 1938 - uncredited / performer: "The Cowboy's Dream Roll On, Little Dogies, Roll On", "Cielito Lindo", "Old November Moon" 1938, "I Love the Morning", "When the Bloom Is on the Sage Round Up Time in Texas" 1930 - uncredited / writer: "Balloon Song" - uncredited
Rhythm of the Saddle 1938 lyrics: "Merry Go Roundup" 1938, "The Old Trail" 1938 - uncredited / music: "Merry Go Roundup" 1938, "The Old Trail" 1938 - uncredited / performer: "Merry Go Roundup" 1938, "Oh! Ladies" 1938, "When Mother Nature Sings Her Lullaby" 1938, "The Old Trail" 1938, "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" 1910 - uncredited / writer: "Oh! Ladies" 1938 - uncredited
Prairie Moon 1938 "The West, a Nest, and You" 1922, uncredited / lyrics: "Rhythm of the Hoofbeats" 1938 - uncredited / music: "Rhythm of the Hoofbeats" 1938 - uncredited / performer: "Rhythm of the Hoofbeats" 1938, "The Girl in the Middle of My Heart" 1938, "In the Jailhouse Now" 1928, "The West, a Nest, and You" 1922 - uncredited
Man from Music Mountain 1938 "Love, Burning Love", uncredited / lyrics: "I'm Beginning to Care" 1938 - uncredited / music: "I'm Beginning to Care" 1938 - uncredited / performer: "There's a Little Deserted Town on the Prairie", "The Man From Music Mountain", "I'm Beginning to Care" 1938, "Good Bye, Pinto" - uncredited / writer: "There's a Little Deserted Town on the Prairie", "Love, Burning Love", "Good Bye, Pinto" - uncredited
Gold Mine in the Sky 1938 performer: "There's A Gold Mine in the Sky" 1937, "Hummin' When We're Comin' Round the Bend" uncredited, "Dude Ranch Cowhands" 1938, "I'd Love to Call You My Sweetheart" 1926 uncredited, "Hike Yaa Move Along" uncredited, "As Long as I Have My Horse" 1938 / writer: "Dude Ranch Cowhands" 1938, "As Long as I Have My Horse" 1938
Under Western Stars 1938 writer: "Listen to the Rhythm of the Range"
The Old Barn Dance 1938 "At the Old Barn Dance" 1938, uncredited / lyrics: "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven" 1938 - uncredited / music: "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven" 1938 - uncredited / performer: "Ten Little Miles" 1938, "Rocky Mountain Rose", "At the Old Barn Dance" 1938, "Roamin' Around the Range", "Old Chisholm Trail Come a Ti Yi Yippee Yippee Yay" - uncredited
Manhattan Merry-Go-Round 1937 performer: "It's Round Up Time in Reno" - uncredited / writer: "It's Round Up Time in Reno" - uncredited
Springtime in the Rockies 1937 "When It's Springtime in the Rockies", uncredited / lyrics: "Give Me a Pony and an Open Prairie" 1937 - uncredited / music: "Give Me a Pony and an Open Prairie" 1937 - uncredited / performer: "When It's Springtime in the Rockies", "Give Me a Pony and an Open Prairie" 1937, "The Moon is Ridin'", "There'll Be a Hayridin' Wedding in June", "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven" - uncredited / writer: "There'll Be a Hayridin' Wedding in June", "Down in the Land of Zulu", "You're the Only Star in M
Boots and Saddles 1937 "Take Me Back To My Boots and Saddle" 1935, uncredited / lyrics: "Ridin' the Range" 1937 - uncredited / music: "Ridin' the Range" 1937 - uncredited / performer: "Take Me Back To My Boots and Saddle" 1935, "Ridin' the Range" 1937, "The One Rose That's Left in My Heart", "Why did I Get Married" - uncredited
Western Gold 1937 writer: "Echoes of the Trail"
Public Cowboy No. 1 1937 performer: "Wanderers" 1937, "The West Ain't What It Used to Be" 1937, "I Picked Up the Trail When I Found You" 1937, "Old Buck-A-Roo" 1937 - uncredited
Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge 1937 lyrics: "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle" 1937 - uncredited / music: "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle" 1937 - uncredited / performer: "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle" 1937, "Hittin' the Trail", "The Millhouse Wild West Show", "Back in Santa Fe" - uncredited
Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm 1937 "Mexicali Rose" 1923, uncredited / lyrics: "I Hate to Say Goodbye to the Prairie" 1937, "The Dying Cowgirl" 1937 - uncredited / music: "I Hate to Say Goodbye to the Prairie" 1937, "The Dying Cowgirl" 1937 - uncredited / performer: "The Old Home Place" 1937, "I Hate to Say Goodbye to the Prairie" 1937, "Mexicali Rose" 1923 - uncredited
Git Along Little Dogies 1937 "Stock Selling Song We're the Boys From the Circle A", uncredited / performer: "Git Along Little Dogie", "Chinatown My Chinatown" 1906, "If You Want to Be a Cowboy" 1937, "In the Valley Where the Sun Goes Down", "Happy Days Are Here Again" 1929 - uncredited
Round-Up Time in Texas 1937 "When the Bloom Is on the Sage" 1930, uncredited / performer: "When the Bloom Is on the Sage" 1930, "Old Chisholm Trail Come a Ti Yi Yippee Yippee Yay", "Uncle Noah's Ark" 1937, "Prairie Rose" 1937, "Moon of Desire", "Caveman" - uncredited / writer: "Uncle Noah's Ark" 1937 - uncredited
The Old Corral 1936 "The Old Corral", uncredited / performer: "The Old Corral", "In the Heart of the West", "Money Ain't No Use Anyway", "So Long Old Pinto" - uncredited / writer: "Money Ain't No Use Anyway" - uncredited
The Big Show 1936 performer: "The Martins and the Coys" 1936, "Mad About You" 1936, "Wild and Wooly West", "Nobody's Darlin' But Mine" 1935, "Ole Faithful" 1934 - uncredited
Ride, Ranger, Ride 1936 performer: "Ride Ranger Ride" 1936, "On the Sunset Trail" 1936 - uncredited
The Three Mesquiteers 1936 writer: "Wagon Team" - uncredited
Oh, Susanna! 1936 "Water Wheel", uncredited / performer: "Oh! Susanna" 1848, "Dear Old Western Skies" 1936, "Honeymoon Trail", "Water Wheel" - uncredited / writer: "Dear Old Western Skies" 1936 - uncredited
Guns and Guitars 1936 lyrics: "Ridin' All Day" 1936, "Guns and Guitars" 1936 - uncredited / music: "Ridin' All Day" 1936, "Guns and Guitars" 1936 - uncredited / performer: "Ridin' All Day" 1936, "The Cowboy Medicine Show" 1935, "Guns and Guitars" 1936, "Dreamy Valley" - uncredited / writer: "The Cowboy Medicine Show" 1935 - uncredited
The Singing Cowboy 1936 "Rainbow Trail" 1936, uncredited / lyrics: "There's an Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight", "My Old Saddle Pal" 1936, "I'll Be Thinking of You, Little Gal" - uncredited / music: "There's an Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight", "My Old Saddle Pal" 1936, "I'll Be Thinking of You, Little Gal" - uncredited / performer: "There's an Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight", "Ya Hoo", "True Blue Bill", "Rainbow Trail" 1936, "Down in Slumberland", "My Old Saddle Pal" 1936, "I'll Be Thinking of You, Little Ga
Comin' 'Round the Mountain 1936 "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain", uncredited / performer: "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain", "Chiquita" 1936, "When the Campfire Is Low on the Prairie" 1936 - uncredited
Red River Valley 1936 "Red River Valley" 1936, uncredited / lyrics: "Yodeling Cowboy" 1936 - uncredited / music: "Yodeling Cowboy" 1936 - uncredited / performer: "Red River Valley" 1936, "Yodeling Cowboy" 1936 - uncredited / writer: "Fetch Me Down My Trusty '45" 1936 - uncredited
The Singing Vagabond 1935 "Honeymoon Trail" 1935, uncredited / lyrics: "Wagon Train" 1935 - uncredited / music: "Wagon Train" 1935 - uncredited / performer: "Singing Vagabonds" 1935, "Honeymoon Trail" 1935, "Friends Of The Prairie, Farewell" 1935 - uncredited
Sagebrush Troubadour 1935 "On the Prairie" 1935, uncredited / lyrics: "Way Out West in Texas" 1935, "End of the Trail" 1935, "I'd Love a Home in the Mountains" 1935, "When the Moon Shines on the Mississippi Valley" 1934 - uncredited / music: "Way Out West in Texas" 1935, "End of the Trail" 1935, "I'd Love a Home in the Mountains" 1935, "When the Moon Shines on the Mississippi Valley" 1934 - uncredited / performer: "Way Out West in Texas" 1935, "On the Prairie" 1935, "End of the Trail" 1935, "I'd Love a Home in the Mounta
Melody Trail 1935 lyrics: "Hold On Little Dogies Hold On" 1935, "Way Down on Bottom" 1935, "A Lone Cowboy on the Lone Prairie" 1935, "Western Lullaby" 1935, "My Neighbor Hates Music" 1935, "Where Will the Wedding Supper Be?" 1935 - uncredited / music: "Hold On Little Dogies Hold On" 1935, "Way Down on Bottom" 1935, "A Lone Cowboy on the Lone Prairie" 1935, "Western Lullaby" 1935, "My Neighbor Hates Music" 1935, "Where Will the Wedding Supper Be?" 1935 - uncredited / performer: "Hold On Little Dogies Hold On" 1935
Tumbling Tumbleweeds 1935 "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" 1934, uncredited / lyrics: "Yodel Your Troubles Away" 1935, "Corn-fed and Rusty" 1935, "Riding Down the Canyon" 1935, "That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine" 1935 - uncredited / music: "Yodel Your Troubles Away" 1935, "Corn-fed and Rusty" 1935, "Riding Down the Canyon" 1935, "That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine" 1935 - uncredited / performer: "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" 1934, "Yodel Your Troubles Away" 1935, "Riding Down the Canyon" 1935, "That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine" 1935 - uncre
The Phantom Empire 1935 lyrics: "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine" / music: "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine" / performer: "Uncle Noah's Ark" uncredited, "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine" / writer: "Uncle Noah's Ark" - uncredited
In Old Santa Fe 1934 lyrics: "Mama Don't Like Music Played in Here" / music: "Mama Don't Like Music Played in Here" / performer: "Down In Old Santa Fe", "Wyoming Waltz"
Office Christmas Party 2016 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane"
All the Way 2016 TV Movie performer: "Don't Fence Me In"
Krampus 2015/I performer: "Up on the House Top Ho! Ho! Ho!"
Independent Lens 2015 TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode
The Man in the High Castle TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2015 writer - 1 episode, 2015
Pitch Perfect 2 2015 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane"
Eggnog 2014 Short writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
The Big Bang Theory 2014 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Get Santa 2014 lyrics: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Tidsrejsen 2014 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Glee 2013 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Gimme Shelter 2013 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane/Housetop Celebration"
The Lone Ranger 2013 performer: "Tumbling Tumbleweeds"
42 2013 performer: "Be Honest With Me" / writer: "Be Honest With Me"
American Horror Story TV Series lyrics - 1 episode, 2012 performer - 1 episode, 2012
Christmas in Compton 2012 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2010-2011 TV Series writer - 3 episodes
The Last Ride 2011 performer: "Back In The Saddle Again" / writer: "Back In The Saddle Again"
Fubar: Balls to the Wall 2010 performer: "He's a Chubby Little Fellow" / writer: "He's a Chubby Little Fellow"
Back in the Saddle 2010 Short writer: "Back in the Saddle Again"
Temple Grandin 2010 TV Movie performer: "Silver Bells" 1950
Country's Greatest Stars Live: Vol. 1 2010 Video performer: "Introduction/ Long-Haired Daddy Of Mine" / writer: "Introduction/ Long-Haired Daddy Of Mine", "Back In The Saddle Again"
The Cleveland Show 2009 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Bones 2009 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Nativity! 2009 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Public Enemies 2009 performer: "The Last Round Up"
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story 2009 Documentary performer: "Gold Can Buy Anything But Love"
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1930s: Dancing Away the Great Depression 2009 Video documentary performer: "On the Sunset Trail" - uncredited
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 2008 TV Series writer - 1 episode
My Name Is Earl TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2008 writer - 1 episode, 2008 lyrics - 1 episode, 2006
Axe Massacre 2008 Short writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
W. 2008/I performer: "Deep in the Heart of Texas"
Radio City Christmas Spectacular 2007 TV Movie writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus" - uncredited
Fred Claus 2007 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane", "Ludacrismas"
American Idol 2007 TV Series 1 episode
Snow Angels 2007/I performer: "In the Heart of the West" / writer: "In the Heart of the West"
Las Vegas 2006 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Malcolm in the Middle TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2004 writer - 1 episode, 2004
The Polar Express 2004 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane"
The Stepford Wives 2004 lyrics: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane" 1947 / music: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane" 1947
The Simpsons TV Series music - 1 episode, 2003 writer - 1 episode, 1997
7th Heaven TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2003 writer - 1 episode, 2003
Phoenix Nights 2002 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Flower & Garnet 2002 performer: "Red River Valley"
On the Edge 2001 performer: "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer"
Roswell 2000 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dana Carvey 1999 TV Special writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane" - uncredited
Saturday Night Live Christmas 1999 Video writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane" - uncredited
Futurama 1999 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Man on the Moon 1999 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus" 1947
I'll Be Home for Christmas 1998 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Mystery Science Theater 3000 1998 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Christmas Unwrapped: The History of Christmas 1997 TV Movie documentary "Here Comes Santa Claus" excerpt
Johns 1996 performer: "Jingle Bells" 1857
Radioland Murders 1994 writer: "Back in the Saddle Again"
The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus" 1947
Sleepless in Seattle 1993 performer: "Back In The Saddle Again" / writer: "Back In The Saddle Again"
RoboCop 3 1993 performer: "Here Comes Santa Claus" / writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Northern Exposure 1991 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Scenes from a Mall 1991 performer: "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 1989 performer: "Here Comes Santa Claus" / writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Great Balls of Fire! 1989 performer: "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer"
Saturday Night Live 1987 TV Series lyrics - 1 episode
A Smoky Mountain Christmas 1986 TV Movie writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Better Off Dead... 1985 writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
984: Prisoner of the Future 1982 TV Movie as Autry, "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Some Kind of Hero 1982 writer: "Back in the Saddle Again"
A Chipmunk Christmas 1981 TV Movie writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane"
M*A*S*H 1975-1981 TV Series writer - 4 episodes
Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey 1977 TV Short writer: "Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey"
Kinky Tricks 1977 performer: "Back in the Saddle Again" - uncredited
Semi-Tough 1977 performer: "Back In The Saddle Again", "You're The Only Good Thing That's Happened To Me", "Be Honest With Me", "Here Comes Santa Claus", "Rounded Up In Glory", "Don't Bite The Hand That's Feeding You" - uncredited / writer: "Back In The Saddle Again", "Be Honest With Me", "Here Comes Santa Claus" - uncredited
The Sonny and Cher Show 1976 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch 1976 lyrics: "Riding Down the Canyon", "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine" - uncredited / music: "Riding Down the Canyon", "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine" - uncredited / performer: "Riding Down the Canyon", "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine" - uncredited
The Year Without a Santa Claus 1974 TV Movie writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Female Trouble 1974 performer: "Jingle Bells"
Paper Moon 1973 performer: "Nobody's Darlin' But Mine" 1936 - uncredited
Myra Breckinridge 1970 performer: "There's Only One Love in a Lifetime" - uncredited / writer: "There's Only One Love in a Lifetime" - uncredited
Fanfare 1965 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Ranch Party 1957 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Columbia World of Sports: Rodeo Daredevils 1956 Documentary short lyrics: "Back in the Saddle Again"
The Gene Autry Show TV Series performer - 82 episodes, 1950 - 1955 writer - 46 episodes, 1950 - 1955 arranger - 2 episodes, 1952 - 1955
The Liberace Show 1953 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Last of the Pony Riders 1953 performer: "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle" / writer: "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle"
Saginaw Trail 1953 performer: "Beautiful Dreamer", "When It's Prayer-Meeting Time in the Hollow"
Pack Train 1953 performer: "God's Little Candles", "Wagon Train" / writer: "God's Little Candles", "Wagon Train"
Goldtown Ghost Riders 1953 performer: "Goldmine in Your Heart", "Pancho's Widow" - uncredited / writer: "Goldmine in Your Heart" - uncredited
On Top of Old Smoky 1953 writer: "I Hang My Head and Cry"
Winning of the West 1953 lyrics: "I'm a Cowpoke Pokin' Along" 1950 - uncredited / music: "I'm a Cowpoke Pokin' Along" 1950 - uncredited / performer: "I'm a Cowpoke Pokin' Along" 1950, "Cowboy Blues" 1947 - uncredited / writer: "Cowboy Blues" 1947, "Fetch Me Down My Trusty '45" 1952 - uncredited
Blue Canadian Rockies 1952 performer: "Blue Canadian Rockies", "Anytime", "Mama Don't Allow No Music" / writer: "Blue Canadian Rockies", "Mama Don't Allow No Music"
Wagon Team 1952 performer: "Back in the Saddle Again", "In and Out of the Jailhouse", "Howdy Friends and Neighbors" / writer: "Back in the Saddle Again"
Barbed Wire 1952 performer: "Mexicali Rose", "Old Buckaroo"
Apache Country 1952 performer: "Cold, Cold Heart", "The Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along", "Crime Will Never Pay"
Night Stage to Galveston 1952 performer: "A Heart as Big as Texas", "Down in Slumberland"
The Old West 1952 performer: "Somebody Bigger Than You and I", "Music By the Angels"
Valley of Fire 1951 performer: "On Top Of Old Smoky", "Here's To The Ladies"
The Hills of Utah 1951 performer: "Peter Cottontail", "Utah"
Silver Canyon 1951 performer: "Ridin' Down the Canyon", "Fort Worth Jail" / writer: "Ridin' Down the Canyon"
Whirlwind 1951 writer: "Twiddle O'Twill"
Texans Never Cry 1951 performer: "Ride, Ranger, Ride", "Texans Never Cry" / writer: "Texans Never Cry"
Gene Autry and The Mounties 1951 performer: "Blue Canadian Rockies", "Onteora Great Land in the Sky" - uncredited
The Blazing Sun 1950 performer: "Brush Those Tears From Your Eyes", "Along The Navajo Trail"
Indian Territory 1950 performer: "Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy", "When the Campfire is Low on the Prairie"
Beyond the Purple Hills 1950 performer: "Beyond the Purple Hills", "Dear Hearts and Gentle People", "The Girl I Left Behind Me"
Hoedown 1950 performer: "I Can't Shake the Sands of Texas from My Shoes" / writer: "I Can't Shake the Sands of Texas from My Shoes"
Cow Town 1950 performer: "Powder Your Face With Sunshine", "Buffalo Gals", "Down in the Valley", "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie The Cowboy's Lament" - uncredited
Sons of New Mexico 1949 performer: "I Can't Shake the Sands of Texas From My Shoes", "Honey, I'm In Love With You", "There's A Rainbow On The Rio Colorado" / writer: "I Can't Shake the Sands of Texas From My Shoes", "There's A Rainbow On The Rio Colorado"
Riders in the Sky 1949 performer: "Ghost Riders In The Sky", "It Makes No Difference Now", "Cowboy's Lament" Streets of Laredo
The Cowboy and the Indians 1949 performer: "One Little Indian Boy", "Silent Night", "America the Beautiful" / writer: "Here Comes Santa Claus"
Rim of the Canyon 1949 performer: "You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven", "Rim Of The Canyon" / writer: "You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven"
Riders of the Whistling Pines 1949 performer: "It's My Lazy Day", "Toolie Oolie Doolie", "Hair of Gold", "Let's Go", "Every Time I Feel The Spirit", "Little Big Dry"
The Big Sombrero 1949 performer: "You Belong To My Heart", "Rancho Pillow", "My Adobe Hacienda", "Goodbye to Old Mexico", "I'm Thankful For Small Favors", "Oh, My Darlin' Clementine", "Trail To Mexico" - uncredited
Loaded Pistols 1948 performer: "Loaded Pistols", "When The Bloom Is On The Sage", "A Boy From Texas, A Girl From Tennessee", "Jimmy-Crack-Corn", "Pretty Mary" / writer: "Pretty Mary"
The Strawberry Roan 1948 performer: "The Strawberry Roan", "Texas Sandman", "The Angel Song When the Angels turn the lights on in Heaven", "Can't Shake the Sands of Texas From My Shoes", "When the White Roses Bloom in Red River Valley"
The Last Round-up 1947 performer: "An Apple For the Teacher", "The Last Round-up", "You Can't See the Sun When You're Crying", "One Hundred and Sixty Acres", "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain"
Smoky River Serenade 1947 music: "I Just Saddle My Pinto and Ride" - uncredited
Robin Hood of Texas 1947 performer: "The Merry-Go-Roundup", "Good Old-Fashioned Hoedown", "Going Back To Texas", "You're the Moment of a Lifetime" / writer: "The Merry-Go-Roundup", "Good Old-Fashioned Hoedown"
Saddle Pals 1947 lyrics: "I Wish I Never Had Met Sunshine"
Twilight on the Rio Grande 1947 "Twilight on the Rio Grande" / performer: "The Old Lamplighter"
Trail to San Antone 1947 performer: "The Cowboy Blues", "Shame on You", "By the River of the Roses", "That's My Home", "Down the Trail To San Antone" / writer: "The Cowboy Blues"
Sioux City Sue 1946/I performer: "Sioux City Sue", "Someday You'll Want Me To Want You", "You Stole My Heart", "Yours Quiereme Mucho"
Flaming Bullets 1945 writer: "I Hang My Head and Cry", "Be Honest With Me"
Cowboy from Lonesome River 1944 writer: "Rocky Canyon"
Man from Music Mountain 1943 writer: "I'm Beginning to Care"
Strictly in the Groove 1942 writer: "Be Honest With Me'
Bells of Capistrano 1942 performer: "Don't Bite The Hand That's Feeding You", "Forgive Me", "At Sundown"
Call of the Canyon 1942 performer: "Montana Plains", "Somebody Else Is Taking My Place", " Give Me Back My Boots And Saddle", "Call of the Canyon"
Stardust on the Sage 1942 lyrics: "You'll Be Sorry" 1942 - uncredited / music: "You'll Be Sorry" 1942 - uncredited / performer: "Good Night Sweetheart" 1931, "You'll Be Sorry" 1942, "When the Roses Bloom Again" 1942, "I'll Never Let You Go, Little Darlin'" 1943?, "You Are My Sunshine" 1940, "Home on the Range" 1904, "Deep in the Heart of Texas" 1942 - uncredited
Home in Wyomin' 1942 performer: "Any Bonds Today", "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes", "Tweedle O'Twill" / writer: "Tweedle O'Twill", "Be Honest with Me"
Shepherd of the Ozarks 1942 writer: "Dreams That Won't Come True"
Heart of the Rio Grande 1942 performer: "Deep in the Heart of Texas" / writer: "I'll Wait For You", "Rocky Canyon"
Cowboy Serenade 1942 performer: "The Cowboy Serenade When I'm Smokin' My Last Cigarette", "Sweethearts or Strangers", "Nobody Knows"
Sierra Sue 1941 performer: "Be Honest With Me", "Ridin' the Range", "Sierra Sue", "I'll Be True While You're Gone" - uncredited / writer: "Be Honest With Me", "Ridin' the Range", "I'll Be True While You're Gone" - uncredited
Down Mexico Way 1941 performer: "Maria Elena", "Beer Barrel Polka" uncredited
Under Fiesta Stars 1941 performer: "Cowboy, Cowboy", "Under Fiesta Stars" / writer: "Under Fiesta Stars", "Purple Sage in the Twilight"
Sunset in Wyoming 1941 writer: "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle"
The Singing Hill 1941 performer: "Blueberry Hill" / writer: "Good Old-Fashioned Hoedown", "There'll Never Be Another Pal Like You"
Back in the Saddle 1941 "Back in the Saddle Again" / performer: "Back in the Saddle Again", "You Are My Sunshine", "He's in the Jailhouse Now"
Ridin' on a Rainbow 1941 performer: "Be Honest With Me", "Ridin' on a Rainbow", "Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie" / writer: "Be Honest With Me"
Texas Terrors 1940 writer: "Listen to the Rhythm of the Range" 1937 - uncredited
Melody Ranch 1940 "Stake Your Claim on Melody Ranch" 1940, uncredited / lyrics: "We Never Dream the Same Dream Twice" 1940 - uncredited / music: "We Never Dream the Same Dream Twice" 1940 - uncredited / performer: "Stake Your Claim on Melody Ranch" 1940, "Rodeo Rose" 1940, "We Never Dream the Same Dream Twice" 1940, "Call of the Canyon" 1940 - uncredited
Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride 1940 "Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride" 1938, uncredited / performer: "When the Work's All Done This Fall After the Roundup", "Eleven More Months and Ten More Days" 1930 uncredited, "Woodpecker Song" 1940 uncredited, "Leanin' on the Ole Top Rail" 1939 uncredited, "On the Range" uncredited / writer: "Oh! Oh! Oh!" 1940, "On the Range" - uncredited

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The All American Cowboy 1985 TV Movie
Alias Jesse James 1959 Gene Autry (scenes deleted)
The Gene Autry Show 1950-1955 TV Series Gene Autry Sheriff Gene Autry Marshal Gene Autry ...
Last of the Pony Riders 1953 Gene Autry
Saginaw Trail 1953 Gene Autry
Pack Train 1953 Gene Autry
Goldtown Ghost Riders 1953 Gene Autry
On Top of Old Smoky 1953 Gene Autry
Winning of the West 1953 Gene Autry
Blue Canadian Rockies 1952 Gene Autry
Wagon Team 1952 Gene Autry
Rainbow 'Round My Shoulders 1952 Gene Autry (uncredited)
Barbed Wire 1952 Gene Autry
Apache Country 1952 Gene Autry
Night Stage to Galveston 1952 Gene Autry
The Old West 1952 Gene Autry
Valley of Fire 1951 Gene Autry
The Hills of Utah 1951 Dr. Gene Autry
Silver Canyon 1951 Gene Autry
Whirlwind 1951 Gene Autry - aka The Whirlwind
Texans Never Cry 1951 Gene Autry
Gene Autry and The Mounties 1951 Gene Autry
The Blazing Sun 1950 Gene Autry
Indian Territory 1950 Gene Autry
Beyond the Purple Hills 1950 Gene Autry
Hoedown 1950 Gene Autry (voice, uncredited)
Cow Town 1950 Gene Autry
Mule Train 1950 U.S. Marshal Gene Autry
Sons of New Mexico 1949 Gene Autry
Riders in the Sky 1949 Gene Autry
The Cowboy and the Indians 1949 Gene Autry
Rim of the Canyon 1949 Gene Autry Marshal Steve Autry
Riders of the Whistling Pines 1949 Gene Autry
The Big Sombrero 1949 Gene Autry
Loaded Pistols 1948 Gene Autry
The Strawberry Roan 1948 Gene Autry
The Last Round-up 1947 Gene Autry
Robin Hood of Texas 1947 Gene Autry
Saddle Pals 1947 Gene Autry
Twilight on the Rio Grande 1947 Gene Autry
Trail to San Antone 1947 Gene Autry
Sioux City Sue 1946/I Gene Autry
Bells of Capistrano 1942 Gene Autry
Call of the Canyon 1942 Gene Autry
Stardust on the Sage 1942 Gene Autry
Home in Wyomin' 1942 Gene Autry
Heart of the Rio Grande 1942 Gene Autry
Cowboy Serenade 1942 Gene Autry
Sierra Sue 1941 Gene Autry
Down Mexico Way 1941 Gene Autry
Under Fiesta Stars 1941 Gene Autry
Sunset in Wyoming 1941 Gene Autry
The Singing Hill 1941 Gene Autry
Back in the Saddle 1941 Gene Autry
Ridin' on a Rainbow 1941 Gene Autry
Melody Ranch 1940 Gene Autry
Rodeo Dough 1940 Short Gene Autry
Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride 1940 Gene Autry
Carolina Moon 1940 Gene Autry
Gaucho Serenade 1940 Gene Autry
Shooting High 1940 Will Carson
Rancho Grande 1940 Gene Autry
South of the Border 1939 Gene Autry
Rovin' Tumbleweeds 1939 Gene Autry
In Old Monterey 1939 Gene Autry
Colorado Sunset 1939 Gene Autry
Mountain Rhythm 1939 Gene Autry
Blue Montana Skies 1939 Gene Autry
Mexicali Rose 1939 Gene Autry
Home on the Prairie 1939 Gene Autry
Western Jamboree 1938 Gene Autry
Rhythm of the Saddle 1938 Gene Autry
Prairie Moon 1938 Gene Autry
Man from Music Mountain 1938 Gene Autry
Gold Mine in the Sky 1938 Gene Autry
The Old Barn Dance 1938 Gene Autry
Manhattan Merry-Go-Round 1937 Gene Autry
Springtime in the Rockies 1937 Gene Autry
Boots and Saddles 1937 Gene Autry
Public Cowboy No. 1 1937 Deputy Sheriff Gene Autry
Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge 1937 Gene Autry
Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm 1937 Gene Autry
Git Along Little Dogies 1937 Gene Autry
Round-Up Time in Texas 1937 Gene Autry
The Old Corral 1936 Sheriff Gene Autry
The Big Show 1936 Gene Autry / Tom Ford
Ride, Ranger, Ride 1936 Texas Ranger Gene Autry
Oh, Susanna! 1936 Gene Autry
Guns and Guitars 1936 Gene Autry
The Singing Cowboy 1936 Gene Autry
Comin' 'Round the Mountain 1936 Gene Autry
Red River Valley 1936 Gene Autry
The Singing Vagabond 1935 Captain Tex Autry
Sagebrush Troubadour 1935 Gene Autry
Melody Trail 1935 Gene Autry
Tumbling Tumbleweeds 1935 Gene Autry
The Phantom Empire 1935 Gene Autry
Mystery Mountain 1934 Thomas - Teamster [Ch. 6, 7] (uncredited)
In Old Santa Fe 1934 Gene Autry

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Annie Oakley 1956 TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
Buffalo Bill, Jr. 1955-1956 TV Series executive producer - 3 episodes
The Gene Autry Show 1950-1955 TV Series executive producer - 4 episodes
Saginaw Trail 1953 executive producer - uncredited
Death Valley Days 1952 TV Series executive producer
The Range Rider 1951 TV Series executive producer
Riders in the Sky 1949 executive producer - uncredited

Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Springtime in the Rockies 1937 songs by
Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge 1937 songs by
Round-Up Time in Texas 1937 songs by
Oh, Susanna! 1936 songs by
Guns and Guitars 1936 songs
Sagebrush Troubadour 1935 songs by

Composer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Here Comes Santa Claus 2003 Short

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Hollywood Follies 1994 TV Movie stock footage

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 32nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards 1997 TV Special Himself
An Evening of Country Greats: A Hall of Fame Celebration 1996 TV Special Honoree
The Life and Times of Marty Robbins 1995 TV Movie Himself
Gene Autry, Melody of the West 1994 Documentary Himself
Cliffhangers! Adventures from the Thrill Factory 1993 Video documentary Himself
Sleazemania on Parade 1992 Video documentary Himself
The Republic Pictures Story 1991 TV Movie documentary Himself
Grammy Living Legends 1989 TV Movie Himself
The 7th Annual Golden Boot Awards 1989 TV Special Himself
Talking Pictures 1988 TV Series documentary Himself
KTLA at 40: A Celebration of Los Angeles Television 1986 TV Movie Himself
All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan 1985 TV Special Himself
Monsters, Madmen & Machines: 25 Years of Science Fiction 1984 TV Movie documentary actor 'Phantom Empire'
Salute! 1983 TV Series Himself
Late Night with David Letterman 1982 TV Series Himself
Hollywood's Diamond Jubilee 1978 TV Special Himself - Cameo
This Is Your Life 1972 TV Series Himself
The David Frost Show 1970 TV Series Himself
The Mike Douglas Show 1970 TV Series Himself - Actor / Vocalist
Silent Treatment 1968 Documentary Himself
The Joey Bishop Show 1968 TV Series Himself
The Merv Griffin Show 1967 TV Series Himself
Here's Hollywood 1962 TV Series Himself
The Red Skelton Hour 1961 TV Series Himself
Ozark Jubilee 1960 TV Series Himself - Host / Singer
Person to Person 1960 TV Series documentary Himself
It Happened in Hollywood 1960 TV Series documentary Himself
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show 1956-1959 TV Series Himself - Singer / Himself - Guest
The Arthur Murray Party 1959 TV Series Himself
Wide Wide World 1958 TV Series documentary Himself
The Big Record 1957 TV Series Himself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall 1957 TV Series Himself
Columbia World of Sports: Rodeo Daredevils 1956 Documentary short Himself - Rodeo Guest Star
Screen Snapshots: The Great Al Jolson 1955 Documentary short Himself
The Ed Sullivan Show 1953-1955 TV Series Himself
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Stars on Parade 1954 Documentary short Himself
What's My Line? 1953 TV Series Himself - Mystery Guest
Music-Hall 1953 TV Series Himself - with Champion
Screen Snapshots: Fun in the Sun 1952 Documentary short Himself - Golf Player
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Goes Western 1951 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood's Famous Feet 1950 Documentary short Himself (uncredited)
Screen Actors 1950 Documentary short Himself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Rodeo 1949 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots Series 27, No. 1: Hollywood Cowboys 1947 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots Series 23, No. 1: Hollywood in Uniform 1943 Documentary short Himself
Meet the Stars #8: Stars Past and Present 1941 Documentary short Himself
Meet the Stars #7: Meet Roy Rogers 1941 Documentary short Himself
Meet the Stars #6: Stars at Play 1941 Documentary short Himself
Unusual Occupations 1940/I Documentary short Himself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots Series 19, No. 8: Cowboy Jubilee 1940 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots: Seeing Hollywood 1940 Documentary short Himself - Rose Bowl Parade-Rodeo-Singer
Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 4 1938 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 1 1938 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 7 1938 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 13 1937 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 7 1937 Documentary short Himself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Joy of Country 2011 TV Movie
Country's Greatest Stars Live: Vol. 1 2010 Video Himself
The 51st Annual Grammy Awards 2009 TV Special Himself - Honoree
Gene Autry: White Hat, Silver Screen 2007 TV Movie documentary
The Last Western 2007 Documentary Himself
My Music: Country Pop Legends 2006 TV Movie Himself
Christmas in Tinseltown 2004 Video documentary short Himself
Christmas from Hollywood 2003 Video documentary Himself
Images of Indians: How Hollywood Stereotyped the Native American 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself / Gene Autry (from The Cowboy and the Indians (1949)) (uncredited)
Golden Saddles, Silver Spurs 2000 TV Movie documentary
The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1999 TV Special Himself - Memorial Tribute
The 71st Annual Academy Awards 1999 TV Special Himself - Special Memorial Tribute
Film Breaks 1999 TV Series documentary
The Fifties 1997 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself (at the microphone) (uncredited)
America's Music: The Roots of Country 1996 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself (1996)
Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio 1991 Documentary Himself - Sings (uncredited)
The West That Never Was 1987 TV Movie documentary
Bad Girls in the Movies 1986 Documentary Cowboy (uncredited)
Cowboys of the Saturday Matinee 1984 Video documentary
Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch 1976 Gene Autry
It's Showtime 1976 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
Mondo Hollywood 1967 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
Hollywood and the Stars 1964 TV Series Himself
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Bronc Busters 1955 Short Himself
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Cowboy Stars 1955 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots: Memories in Uniform 1954 Documentary short Himself
Screen Snapshots: Out West in Hollywood 1953 Documentary short Himself (uncredited)
Men with Steel Faces 1940 Gene Autry

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1995 Founder's Award Golden Boot Awards
1987 Special Award of Merit Publicists Guild of America
1983 Golden Boot Golden Boot Awards
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At. 6644 Hollywood Blvd.
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television Awarded February 8, 1960 at 6667 Hollywood Blvd.
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Recording Awarded February 8, 1960 at 6384 Hollywood Blvd.
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Radio Awarded February 8, 1960 at 6520 Hollywood Blvd.
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Live Performance Awarded April 6, 1987 at 7000 Hollywood Blvd.

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1942 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Music, Original Song Ridin' on a Rainbow (1941) · Fred Rose

TitleSalary
The Gene Autry Show (1950) $12,500 per week
Shooting High (1940) $25,000
Comin' 'Round the Mountain (1936) $100 per week
The Oregon Trail (1936) $100 per week
The Singing Vagabond (1935) $100 per week
Melody Trail (1935) $100 per week
The Phantom Empire (1935) $150 per week
Mystery Mountain (1934) $100 per week
In Old Santa Fe (1934) $100 per week

#Quote
1 [on Gail Davis] There are lots of girls who can ride and shoot and lots who can act, but the girl who could do both just couldn't be found. Then this kid came along and I didn't have any more problems. A whole generation of children grew up with Gail Davis playing Annie Oakley on television. Before that she co-starred with me in several of my movies. She also toured with me on a number of occasions. Gail was an extremely talented individual. She had a kind, generous heart and brought so much joy to so many children. She never stopped doing that right up to the day she passed away.
2 [in 1988] To tell you the truth, I even think there's room for a singin' cowboy today.
3 I happened to come along in an era when movies were changing. That was about 1934. There was a break between the great silent screen stars--Buck Jones, Tom Mix and Hoot Gibson--and the new crop that was to come along. I was the first of the singing cowboys. If I'd come into pictures five years earlier or five years later, I might not have succeeded. As I look over my life, I'd say the most important thing is to be at the right place at the right time.
4 My movies were always clean. Parents didn't need a babysitter. For 50 cents they could send their kids down to see my pictures and know they would be entertained wholesomely.
5 [in 1942] I think the he-men in the movies belong in the Army, Marine, Navy or Air Corps. All of these he-men in the movies realize that right now is the time to get into the service. Every movie cowboy ought to devote time to the Army winning, or to helping win, until the war is over--the same as any other American citizen. The Army needs all the young men it can get, and if I can set a good example for the young men I'll be mighty proud.
6 [about his "image" as a cowboy star] I couldn't shoot a man in the back. I couldn't take a drink at a bar. They would have run me out of town.
7 [on the difference between modern westerns and the westerns made during his day] I could never have played scenes like where The Sundance Kid kicks the guy in the nuts [in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)] or anything like Clint Eastwood does.
8 [on Errol Flynn] He spent more time on a bar stool, or in court, or in the headlines, or in bed, than anyone I knew.
9 In my day, most people thought dance hall girls actually danced.
10 [on the music industry] It occurs to me that music, with the possible exception of riding a bull, is the most uncertain way to make a living I know. In either case you can get bucked off, thrown, stepped on, trampled--if you get on at all. At best, it is a short and bumpy ride.
11 [in a conversation with director Frank McDonald about his career] I'm not a good actor, a good rider or a particularly good singer, but they seem to like what I do, so I'll keep on doing it as long as they want.

#Trademark
1 Song: "Back in the Saddle Again", horse: Champion

Check Also

Iswhat?!

A freewheeling hip-hop trio, Iswhat?! targets live performance just like the Origins, but rather than …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *