Smokey Rogers, for his a long time playing within the California’s American swing scene, is most beneficial known for penning the common ballad “Gone.” The tune proceeded to go nowhere when Ferlin Husky first documented it in 1952, however when Husky re-recorded Eliminated in 1956, it proceeded to go straight to the very best of the united states graphs, where it remained for eight weeks and also crossed to the pop graphs. Rogers also co-wrote “Spanish Fandango” with American swing ruler Bob Wills, that was released in 1947. In 1949, Rogers acquired a modest strike with “JUST A LITTLE Bird EXPLAINED.” From 1949, Rogers made an appearance in a few of Universal’s pre-music video “musical featurettes” alongside Tex Williams. Rogers proved helpful for a long time with Williams, as he also do with Spade Cooley. By no means camera timid, Rogers hosted his personal Television show in NORTH PARK in the 1950s.
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|Ready to Ride||1950||Short||Smokey|
|Western Courage||1950||Short||Smokey Rogers|
|The Fargo Phantom||1950||Short||Smokey Rogers|
|South of Santa Fe||1949||Short||Smokey|
|Coyote Canyon||1949||Short||Smokey (as 'Smokey' Rogers)|
|The Pecos Pistol||1949||Short||Smokey|
|The Girl from Gunsight||1949||Short||Smokey|
|Nevada Trail||1949||Short||Mayor Smokey Rogers|
|Silver Butte||1949||Short||'Smokey' Rogers|
|West of Laramie||1949||Short||Deputy Smokey|
|Tex Williams & Orchestra in Western Whoopee||1948||Short||Member Tex Williams Orchestra|
|Texas Panhandle||1945||Guitarist (uncredited)|
|My Chickashay Gal||1945||Short||Band Singer|
|Rockin' in the Rockies||1945||Smokey - Member Spade Cooley Band (uncredited)|
|Take Me Back to Tulsa||1944||Short||Guitarist|
|Devil Riders||1943||Band Member (uncredited)|
|Desert Hearts||1985||writer: "GONE"|
|The Graham Kennedy Show||1973||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Country Music||1972||writer: "Gone"|
|Western Courage||1950||Short performer: "The Marshal of Jackson Hole Wyomin'", "The West Is Callin' Me Home", "Western Courage"|
|Everybody's Dancin'||1950||writer: "Tennessee Wagoner"|
|The Fargo Phantom||1950||Short performer: "A Song in Your Heart", "In Old Montana', "Thar's Gold in Them Thar Hills"|
|Coyote Canyon||1949||Short performer: "High-Tailin' Along to Glory", "Waltz of the West"|
|The Pecos Pistol||1949||Short performer: "Captain Jinks of the Texas Rangers", "Anybody Hankerin' for Some Doin's?", "You Ain't Jist A-Whoofin'"|
|Silver Butte||1949||Short performer: "In the Heart of the Cow Country", "That Fellow Manuelo", "Fiesta"|
|Cheyenne Cowboy||1949||Short performer: "A Cowpoke Gits No Rest at All", "A Man's Best Friend Is a Woman", "Sun in the Sky", "That Good Old Western Music"|
|Outlaws of the Rockies||1945||writer: "Do Ya or Don'tcha?"|
|Spade Cooley: King of Western Swing||1945||Short writer: "Tennessee Wagoner" - uncredited|
|Tex Williams' Western Varieties||1951||Short||Himself|
|Tex Williams and His Western Caravan||1947||Short||Himself|
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