• Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1958-12-06 - Pre-recorded messages

    Hank Williams

    Pre-recorded messages from Roy Acuff, Red Foley, and Tennessee Ernie Ford, as well as a steamboat whistle sound effect and an excerpt of I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry. Used during the 1958-12-06 Prince…

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  • Hank Williams: Beyond the Legend Part 1

    Hank Williams Sr, Minnie Pearl, Roy Acuff, Lycrecia Williams, Kyle Cantrell

    Part 1 of 3. Recording is of the documentary Hank Williams: Beyond the Legend. Documentary is hosted by Kyle Cantrell and includes commentary Roy Acuff (performer), Minnie Pearl (performer), and Lycre…

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  • Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1958-12-06 - Part 2

    Chet Atkins, Minnie Pearl, Pee Wee King, Old Hickory Singers, Marty Robbins

    Part 2 of Prince Albert tobacco sponsored Grand Ole Opry segment from December 6, 1958. This show celebrates the 1000th network broadcast of the Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry, featuring Grant Turner (a…

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  • Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1958-12-06 - Part 1

    Bill Monroe, Blue Grass Boys, Pee Wee King, Fruit Jar Drinkers, Hank Williams

    Part 1 of Prince Albert tobacco sponsored Grand Ole Opry segment from December 6, 1958. This show celebrates the 1000th network broadcast of the Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry, featuring Grant Turner (a…

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  • Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1949-11-19 - Part 2

    Little Jimmy Dickens, Red Foley, Hank Williams, Minnie Pearl, Roy Acuff

    Part 2 of Prince Albert tobacco sponsored Grand Ole Opry show from November 19, 1949. Featuring Grant Turner (announcer), Red Foley (host, performer) and the Cumberland Valley Boys (performers), Judy…

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  • Elizabeth Schlappi Roy Acuff collection audio tapes

    Roy Acuff

    Radio and television programs recorded off air in 1956 by Roy Acuff biographer Elizabeth Schlappi.

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  • Tribute to the Country Music Hall of Fame Reel #1

    Tex Ritter, Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Acuff, Ernest Tubb, Jim Denny, Eddy Arnold, Dave Macon, A. P. Carter, Hank Williams, Art Satherley

    The recording is of Tex Ritter (host) introducing Country Music Hall of Fame members: Jimmie Rodgers (musician), Roy Acuff (musician), George D. Hay (radio personality), Ernest Tubb (musician), Jim De…

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  • Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1949-11-19 - Part 1

    Red Foley, Cumberland Valley Boys, Rod Brasfield, Judy Martin

    Part 1 of Prince Albert tobacco sponsored Grand Ole Opry show from November 19, 1949. Featuring Grant Turner (announcer), Red Foley (host, performer) and the Cumberland Valley Boys (performers), Judy…

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  • Various Song Excerpts - Old museum music row location - Artist Gallery exhibition

    Roy Acuff, Bill Anderson, Eddy Arnold, Gene Autry, Johnny Bond, Elton Britt, Jimmie Rodgers, The Carter Family, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas, Vernon Dalhart, Skeeter Davis, Jimmy Dean, Bing…

    Various recording excerpts of performances featuring Roy Acuff (performer)' Bill Anderson (performer), Eddy Arnold (performer), Gene Autry (performer), Johnny Bond (performer), Elton Britt (performer)…

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  • Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1949-11-26 - Part 2

    Red Foley, Minnie Pearl, Rod Brasfield, Roy Acuff, Smoky Mountain Boys

    Part 2 of Prince Albert tobacco sponsored Grand Ole Opry show from November 26, 1949. Featuring Grant Turner (announcer), Red Foley (host, performer), Hank Williams (performer), Jimmy Riddle (performe…

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  • Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1949-11-26 - Part 1

    Red Foley, Hank Williams, Jimmy Riddle, Rod Brasfield, Helen Harris, Little Jimmy Dickens

    Part 1 of Prince Albert tobacco sponsored Grand Ole Opry show from November 26, 1949. Featuring Grant Turner (announcer), Red Foley (host, performer), Hank Williams (performer), Jimmy Riddle (performe…

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