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Jim Bulliet

b. c. 1916, USA, d. USA. During Globe Battle II, Bulliet proved helpful for WSM radio place in Nashville. In 1945 he founded the initial record business in Nashville, Bullet Information, making his initial schedules at WSM’s studios. Shortly after he established his label up with a press to make 78s permitting his company to be self-sufficient. Bulliet’s plan was to encourage unfamiliar performers who he thought merited interest. In 1946 he documented Chet Atkins in Cincinnati, Ohio, around the guitarist’s 1st session. Other performers he documented early within their profession included nation vocalist Sheb Wooley, boogie-woogie pianist Cecil Gant (documenting ‘Nashville Jumps’, ‘Teach Period Blues’, ‘9th Road Jive’, ‘Cecil’s Jam Program’, and ‘Rose Space’), and music group innovator Francis Craig (who experienced a big success with ‘Near You’ in 1947). Bulleit was also an early on promoter of B.B. Ruler, who performed ‘Miss Martha Ruler’ on the Bulliet-produced recording program in 1949. Bullet Information folded in 1952.

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