Hank Williams - Louisiana Hayride final appearance
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First recording is part two of the complete audio recording from the film The Girl From Tobacco Row, created by Tex Ritter and released in 1966. Second record contains Hank Williams final performance on radio program Louisiana Hayride, on radio station KWKH (Radio station : Shreveport, La.), a recording of Hank Williams apologizing from his sick bed for a no show in Washington D.C. in January of 1952, and a sort speech by Hank Williams, in which he endorses Neil McCormack for Sheriff in Florida.
- Hank Williams
- Digital Library of Tennessee
- Contributing Institution
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- Ritter, Tex, 1905-1974
Faye, Rita, 1944
Smith, Arthur, 1898-1971
Mountaineers (Musical group : Hal Lone Pine)
KWKH (Radio station : Shreveport, La.)
Louisiana hayride (Radio program)
Williams, Hank, 1923-1953
- 1/4 inch -- 2 half tracks7.5 ips
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