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James O’Gwynn


“The Smilin’ Irishman of Nation Music,” Wayne O’Gwynn was briefly well-known between the past due ’50s and the first ’60s. He was created a Mississippi farmboy and elevated near Hattiesburg, the boy of the mechanic along with a talented musician. He discovered your guitar as a kid from his mom, and his first influences had been Jimmie Rodgers and Hank Williams. He fallen out of quality school to greatly help out at his father’s business and later on served like a U.S. Sea for four years. During his tour of responsibility, he made a decision to become a nation singer. He produced his debut appearance throughout a marketing campaign rally to get a gubernatorial applicant while on keep. The candidate recommended O’Gwynn get in touch with Houston deejay Hal Harris, who subsequently introduced the youthful soldier to Biff Collie, the maker and sponsor of Houston Jamboree. O’Gwynn became a member of the display in 1954, as do George Jones. Ultimately he installed with renowned maker Pappy Dailey and in 1956 documented “Losing Video game.” O’Gwynn became a member of the Louisiana Hayride and released two even more singles the next yr. In 1958, he authorized with Dailey’s D label, where he finally discovered chart achievement with such tracks as the TOP “Speak to Me Lonesome Center” and “Blue Recollections,” which peaked in the very best 30. In 1959, O’Gwynn released two even more strike singles, and, by using Jim Reeves, debuted within the Grand Ole Opry. He shifted to Nashville in 1961 and made an appearance within the Opry for another two years. During this time period, he obtained two more small strikes, including “I am Dirt,” his last graph appearance. Through the 1960s, O’Gwynn caused different main and independent brands, but to no get; by the finish of the 10 years, he had shifted to Arkansas and eliminated into semi-retirement. In 1971, O’Gwynn attempted a comeback, without success.

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Full Name James O'Gwynn
Died January 19, 2011, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States
Profession Singer
Music Songs House Of Blue Lovers, My Name Is Mud, How Can I Think of Tomorrow, You're Getting All over Me, Blue Memories, Talk To Me Lonesome Heart, One Night Gone, You Don't Want to Hold Me, That's All I Got from You, Were You Ever a Stranger, It’s Not the Best Way to Live, I Won't Love You Anymore, Back In My Baby's Arms, Down On The Corner Of Love, Take the Last Look, You're Easy To Remember, Color Of The Blues, If I Could Sing A Country Song Exactly Like George Jones, Muleskinner Blues, Another Falling Tear, Red Light On My Heart, I Cry, What Can Any Man Do, Eleven Years Ago, Two Little Hearts, You've Always Won, Singing In The Jungle, If I Could Sing a Country, Don't Be Angry, I Wish You Wuz My Darling, Running For Your Love, I'm So Afraid Of Losing You Again
Albums Country Dance Time, Bubbling Over, Who Will Be the Next One, A Taste Of Honey

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61* 2001 TV Movie writer: "Talk To Me Lonesome Heart"

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