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September 14, 2020

Billy Hughes

14 Sept. Birthday of legendary fiddler and multi instrumentalist Billy Hughes (14 Sept 1908 d. 1995), nowadays perhaps best remembered for his fiddle playing on Jack Guthrie sessions and also for his songwriting credits including writing Red Foley’s 1948 hit, Tennessee Saturday Night. He recorded relatively little under his own name (or names, for some he used “Dude Fargo”) but BACM managed to put together a CD’s-worth of his recordings, many of them Hughes’ own compositions, a few somewhat risqué!

BILLY HUGHES – Rose Of The Alamo. BACM CD 608

4 STAR ROUNDUP Vol. 2. B.A.C.M. 357

A TASTE OF KING Vol 1. 1945-54. B.A.C.M. 93 Soppin’ Up The Gravy

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