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  1. Tolar Reply

    We gave cowboy music radio host Charley Engel the daunting task of choosing the Top 20 core cowboy songs of the last 20 years, and he didn''t disappoint. Here they are!

  2. Monris Reply

    Directed by Mack V. Wright. With Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Lois Wilde, Lon Chaney Jr.. Gene heads for the big city to convince a coffee company to sponsor a radio broadcast so he can raise the money for an operation which will save a girl from being crippled for life.

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    Notable actors Ken Maynard. Ken Maynard was the screen's first singing cowboy. He first appeared in silent motion pictures in and in addition to acting also did stunt work. His horsemanship and rugged good looks made Maynard a cowboy star. He recorded two songs with Columbia Records before making his first film with a musical soundtrack. He sang two songs in Sons of the Saddle ().

  4. Kagazil Reply

    Ken Carson: 1: Daniel Boone (The Daddy of Them All) / May Heaven Forgive You: Ken Carson: 2: Hawkeye: Ken Carson: 2: Hide and Seek / Let Her Go, Let Her Go: Ken Carson with Don Costa and His Orchestra: 2 — Dear Angels Above / Orchids in the Moonlight: Ken Carson with Bert Pederson and His Orchestra: 1 — Gypsy, Tell My.

  5. Magal Reply

    You can purchase the companion CD, Songs from Why the Cowboy Sings, in the Western Folklife Center Gift Shop. Call x to order. Funders for this project were: Why the Cowboy Sings was also made possible by the generous support of the Dick Burton Foundation, Wes and Sue Dixon, and Anne Pattee.

  6. Vunos Reply

    A series featuring excerpts from Johnny Carson's `Tonight Show.' See Also. Johnny sings "Rhinestone Cowboy"; Joan Embery brings a llama, a chimpanzee and a .

  7. Kazigore Reply

    Ken Carson (November 14, – April 7, ) was an American entertainer primarily known for singing Western music. He was an early member of the Sons of the Pioneers, appearing with that group in 22 of Roy Rogers ' films. His voice was featured on their iconic recordings of Tumbling Tumbleweeds and Cool Water.

  8. Goltigis Reply

    Ken Carson, Soundtrack: Lights of Old Santa Fe. Ken Carson was born on November 14, in Coalgate, Oklahoma, USA as Hubert Paul Flatt. He was an actor, known for Lights of Old Santa Fe (), Sunset in El Dorado () and San Fernando Valley (). He died on April 7, in Jacksonville, Florida, USA.

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