b. 28 Dec 1914, Nanimo, near Vancouver, Uk Columbia, Canada. The kid of the miner, Blinkhorn acquired ambitions to be always a vocalist and was playing electric guitar and performing cowboy music on regional radio at age 13. Encouraged with the recordings of Carson Robison and Jimmie Rodgers, he afterwards produced the BC Rangers. Through the entire 30s, his performing and yodelling on CJOR Vancouver and his looks, with his equine Silver precious metal, at countless locations for his display’s sponsors Father’s Cookies, obtained him a significant reputation through the entire Province. In 1938, his sponsors opened up a branch in Australia and, locating himself struggling to protected a recording agreement in Canada in those days, Blinkhorn used their recommendation to try his good fortune in Australia, where in fact the competition was much less brutal. He was quickly performing frequently on both Australian radio with personal appearances. Only using his own acoustic guitar for accompaniment, he produced his 1st six recordings for Regal Zonophone Information on 27 Oct 1939 another six in July 1940. When Globe Battle II interrupted his profession, he noticed military assistance in New Guinea as well as the Philippines, where his capability to speak Japanese noticed him used as an interpreter. In 1947, this time around with a support group, he produced additional recordings, including his mentioned edition of ‘Sunny Queensland’. He continuing to execute for a couple of years, before apparently losing curiosity. After marrying, he resolved in Sydney, later on doing work for the College or university of New South Wales. Through the early 50s, he produced his last recordings for Fidelity, including many square dance information, whereon he proven his talent like a caller, without doubt learned like a son in his indigenous Canada. Arterial disease, in 1974, resulted in him dropping a calf, but he retrieved and was quickly back again to his normal content self.