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Curly Fox

Through the ’40s and ’50s, Curly Fox and Texas Ruby had been the preeminent couple group in country music. Fox continues to be among the great hillbilly fiddlers, while Ruby was among the 1st female singers to become major celebrity. Curly was created Arnim LeRoy Fox in Graysville, Tennessee. His …

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The Shelton Brothers

Bob and Joe Shelton were one of the more successful sibling acts of the period, at least in line with the amount of recordings they produced — 150 edges lower for Decca alone, in addition to tracks for Victor and Ruler. They aren’t heard about very much today on reissues, …

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Merle Shelton

Merle Shelton had an excellent music lineage, as the sibling of Joe and Bob Shelton (co-authors with Sid Robin of 1927’s of “BECAUSE”) and a previous person in the Shelton Brothers Music group in the ’40s. He spent the majority of his profession like a sideman, and everything in the …

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Bob Shelton

Bob and Joe Shelton were among the more lucrative sibling works of their period, at least predicated on the amount of recordings they produced — 150 edges lower for Decca alone, aswell as tracks for Victor and Ruler. They aren’t heard about very much today on reissues, partly because a …

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Joe Shelton

Bob and Joe Shelton were among the more lucrative sibling works of their period, at least predicated on the amount of recordings they produced — 150 edges lower for Decca alone, aswell as tracks for Victor and Ruler. They aren’t heard about very much today on reissues, partly because a …

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