If Stan Fritts looked similar to a Nebraska barber when compared to a musician, that could be because he was one. Unsure about the financial stability from the musical trade in the ’30s and ’40s, he went to university for barbers and proved helpful in the trade whenever gigs dry out. But if it turned out up to him to cut all of the locks in Nebraska, the hippie period would have began much quicker. Fritts was way too busy using the Korn Kobblers, both a dance music group and foolish novelty combo that performed nationally between 1938 and 1954. Fritts acted as the frontman for the group although officially there is no real head. Whatever the real heirachy backstage, the actual fact that Fritts performed lots of the group’s vocals was cause more than enough for him to appear to be the first choice so far as the viewers was worried. Fritts began like a drummer because he was uninterested; as reported in music folios published in the height from the group’s recognition, there wasn’t actually much to accomplish in his Nebraska hometown except have a tendency the crop of corn, having a “c.” Since his first assignments like a performer had been along with his family’s music group, he might not need actually got a choice in the problem. He later on added trombone but under no circumstances knocked from the drums, his musical doubling increasing the on-stage hysteria from the Korn Kobblers. He also adored to rubdown a washboard, permitting yet another kind of corn to get a posture of prominence in data regarding Fritts. Relating to a biography released by Southern Music, Fritts created corns for the ends of his fingertips due to thimbling his oversize washboard, rack-mounted with different honking car horns from around the world. “Will there be anything crazier than that?” the biography asks, indicating that its authors have yet to attempt a serious research of insanity. Such study would ultimately lead back again to groups like the Korn Kobblers, additional crazy members which included Marty Yellow metal, Nels Laakso, Harry Turen, Charles Koenig, and Howard McElroy. The group was produced in the design of the hysterically well-known Hoosier Hot Pictures throughout a period when open public demand was high for just about any kind of mix of vaudeville and hillbilly. Fritts and his hayseed pals performed on radio, recordings, stage and in films. Fritts also performed in the past due ’30s with Freddie Fisher as well as the Schnicklefritzers, another “corn” music group. A one-man music group set-up made by Fritts during his executing career is area of the long lasting exhibit on the Country wide Music Museum from the School of South Dakota in Vermillion.