b. c.1940, USA. Employed in tv as information anchor at Cleveland’s WEWS, Hambrick’s desire for nation music prompted him to record an recording in 1972. Thoughtfully conceived and carried out, it was made by Wayne Moss as well as the assisting music artists included harmonica participant Charlie McCoy. Years later the record attained cult position. Immediate response, though, was poor and Hambrick came back to his profession being a broadcaster. He still left WEWS in 1975 and thereafter proved helpful as information anchor at channels in LA, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and NY before retiring to Mississippi. He proceeds to make performances on soundtrack and occasionally onscreen for promos and advertisements.