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Yes, I know and in my country music collection here in Norway, I'm the lucky owner of one of his very first 78s on the Bluebird label 4741-A / 4741-B. 'My San Antonio Mamma' and 'The Prisoned Cowboy' 😁
We are looking forward to visiting the museum this summer!
I just won an award for Hank Snow and. the Battery Radio,Pigeon Forge Awards Show ,also many comments from fans
A song I wrote couple years ago still on charts
Hank has always been my favorite entertainer . I have almost all his recordings. And very proud of them.
Yes I did. Hank is my first
Country music hero. Saw him in Oslo 1970. Have all his recordings .
A great Canadian artist
Looking forward to having plans to play at the Hank Snow Show this yr
He eas very popular in Australia during the 1940s, and although Wilf Carter had more Australian releases, his Blue Velvet Band (1936) was the best selling non-Australian record at the time. He toured Australia in the 1970s and was surprised at how much fans liked his older stuff. He later recorded an album especially for his New Zealand fans -- imo one of his best ever albums.
Yes I did know that Hank will always be my hero
And I was born in 1938 in Montreal just five miles away from the RCA recording facilities where Hank was recording. Hank was very big in Montreal. I still have about ten of his Bluebird Recordings from that plant. It was a great experience to meet him backstage at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in the early 60's. I have all of his recordings that Bear Records put out on CD's.