The Crystal Springs Ramblers were among the western golf swing bands to sprout in the wake of Bob Wills & His Tx Playboys as well as the Light Crust Doughboys. They documented only four edges, all for Vocalion, which “Fort Worthy of Stomp” may be the most long lasting. Their account circa 1938 included Hyperlink Davis on vocals and fiddle, Earl Drivers playing tenor sax, Joe Holley on fiddle, J.B. Brinkley on electric guitar, Morris Deason on banjo, Lauren Mitchell on piano, Jimmy Makado on bass, and Homer Kinnaird for the drums. The group got its name through the Crystal Springs Ballroom, northwest of Fort Worthy of, where these were the house music group. Numerous music artists got their begin there before shifting onto larger and better rings, as well as the ballroom’s (and presumably the band’s) most satsified customers reportedly included loan company robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. J. B. Brinkley would afterwards be a person in the Light Crust Doughboys and a significant Fort Worth-based program guitarist.