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The Kentucky Colonels

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Intensifying bluegrass band the Kentucky Colonels had a brief but renowned career through the folk revival from the past due ’50s and early ’60s. The music group was shaped in LA in the first ’50s by brothers Roland, Eric, and Clarence Light and their sister Joann. When Joann lowered out, the three brothers started billing themselves because the Three Small Nation Boys and made an appearance on local tv after winning 1st prize inside a skill competition. In 1958, Arkansas indigenous Billy Ray Lathum became their banjo participant and Dobro participant Leroy Mack became a member of the band another 12 months. Latham’s introduction allowed Roland White colored to change to mandolin, his device of choice. Because the Nation Males, the group documented its 1st single, “I’m Mind Over Heels deeply in love with You.” They started showing up on Town Hall Party and Hometown Jamboree and documenting on Gene Autry’s label. Bassist and banjoist Roger Bush became a member of the music group in 1961 after Eric decreased out to marry. Three Small Nation Boys then documented Songs, Styles & Laughs from your Andy Griffith Display for Capitol. Prior to the 12 months was out, Roland was drafted and still left the band for just two years, departing them with out a mandolinist. The group cut its 1st recording on Briar, which disliked the band’s moniker and recommended some names, the very best which was the Kentucky Colonels. In 1963, fiddler Bobby Sloane became a member of the Colonels and Roland came back aswell. By this time around, the Colonels experienced begun to assemble a pursuing through their U.S. trips, and made an appearance at both UCLA and Newport folk celebrations in 1964. The music group recorded many albums and made an appearance in the film The Farmer’s Additional Daughter. They actually became popular musically when fiddler Scott Stoneman changed Sloane, but split up soon thereafter in 1965, using the members heading their separate methods.

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Full Name Kentucky Colonels
Music Songs Take Off Your Cheaters, I Am a Pilgrim, Lee Highway Blues, When You're Smiling, If You're Ever Gonna Love Me, Long Journey Home, I Might Take You Back Again, Shuckin' the Corn, New River Train, Mother's Milk Routine, Black Ridge Ramble, Pickin' Flat, Introduction: Jerry Garcia, A Woman Named Ruth, You Won't Be Satisfied That Way, Memphis Special, Shady Grove, New Soldiers Joy, Get Down on Your Knees & Pray, Bucking Mule, Farewell Blues, Don't Let Your Deal Go Down, Alabama Jubilee, Jimmy's Barnyard Shuffle, I'll Be Coming Home Tomorrow, Banjo Picking Fever, There Ain'T Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone, Three Finger Blues, LeRoy's Ramble, Won't You Call Me Darling, Howdy Hoss, Let Me Fall
Albums Appalachian Swing!, Clarence White and the Kentucky Colonels, Livin' in the Past, Live In Holland, Live in Holland 1973, Bush, Lathum, White, Kentucky Colonels1966, Live in Sweden 1973, 1965-1966: Featuring Roland and Clarence White, Long Journey Home, The New Sound of Bluegrass America - featuring Clarence White, Gordon Terry, Roger Bush, LeRoy Mack and Billy Ray Lathum


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The Phynx 1970 Colonel Sanders (as Colonel Harland Sanders)

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Smash Cut 2009 the producers wish to thank
Opening Night 1977 thanks - as Colonel Sanders

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Self

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Praise the Lord 1979 TV Series Himself
Donahue 1975 TV Series Himself
The Dick Cavett Show 1971 TV Series Himself - Guest
The David Frost Show 1970 TV Series Himself
Hell's Bloody Devils 1970 Himself (uncredited)
Laugh-In 1968 TV Series Himself
Blast-Off Girls 1967 Himself (as Colonel Sanders)
The Big Mouth 1967 Himself (uncredited)
I've Got a Secret 1964 TV Series Himself - Contestant
What's My Line? 1963 TV Series Himself - Contestant

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Kiseki taiken! Anbiribabô 2013 TV Series documentary Himself
Modern Marvels 2010 TV Series documentary Himself
American Eats 2006 TV Series documentary Himself
Biography 1998 TV Series documentary Himself / Himself - as Colonel Sanders

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