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23 Oct. Remembering the great Tommy Sosabee (23 May 1923-23 Oct 1967), popular country singer from the mid 40s through to the late ‘50s with regular slots on the Grand Ole Opry and the Ozark Jubilee. With a warm country-crooner voice somewhat similar to Eddie Arnold be began his recording career as (uncredited) lead vocalist on a few Pee Wee King’s band recordings in the late 1940s before making his own-name recording debut on the Apollo label in 1947 (see BACM’s Apollo Label collection CD352). BACM has compiled a 23 track selection, a mix of studio recordings (Coral label, early 1950s) and Ozark Jubilee radio recordings.
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