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17th January. Anniversary of country performer and broadcaster RAMBLIN’ LOU SCHRIVER (Louis Albert “Ramblin’ Lou” Schriver, July 19, 1929 – January 17, 2016), popular in the Niagara Falls region of New York State back in the late 40s / early 50s. His Twin Pine Mountaineers band included his multi-instrumentalist wife Joanie Marshall, who played guitar, fiddle and banjo. Passionate about country music he became renowned not only as a performer but also as a broadcaster (station WWOL in Buffalo on the shores of Lake Erie in upstate New York). He had talent and built a loyal radio audience and his show was able to attract the big names from Nashville and the West Coast to guest on. Our compilation has a nice mix of original compositions, traditional songs and classic country songs like Gene Autry’s Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine, Roy Acuff’s Radio Station SAVED and Hank Snow’s Brand On My Heart.
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