Songwriter and promoter Sheriff Tex Davis remains to be perhaps one of the most colorful personas in nation music background — he also co-wrote perhaps one of the most influential strikes of the first rock & move period, Gene Vincent’s seminal “Be-Bop-A-Lula.” Given birth to William Doucette in Connecticut in 1914, he offered in World Battle II before you begin his profession in broadcasting, putting your signature on on like a disk jockey with Norfolk, VA-based WLOW. Fearing his surname was improper for nation radio, he developed the “Sheriff Tex Davis” moniker during his first day time face to face, as well as the name trapped. In 1954 Davis relocated anywhere to WCMS, also reserving country acts to try out the Norfolk Industry. Furthermore, he decided to manage hometown item Vincent, a U.S. Navy experienced who was simply a fixture of the neighborhood nightclub circuit. Collectively they co-wrote “Be-Bop-A-Lula” in 1956 — Vincent authorized to Capitol immediately after, although the track was relegated towards the B-side of his debut solitary, “Woman Like.” Nevertheless, publisher Expenses Lowery pressed up promotional copies of “Be-Bop-A-Lula” and mailed these to radio stores over the U.S., developing a grassroots strike. The record produced Vincent a celebrity, but while he and Davis collaborated on several extra compositions, their collaboration proved short. Davis came back to radio, however in 1967 relocated to Nashville to operate in the marketing promotions division of Monument Information, where he championed the professions of nation superstars like Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson, and Jeannie Seely. After fighting a long disease, Davis passed away in Nashville on August 29, 2007 — he was 93.
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