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Lew Childre - On The Air - 1946 (Full Album)





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Original radio transcriptions recorded 1946



Reissued on the 1981 LP \"On The Air - 1946 - Volume 1\" (Old Homestead OHCS-132).


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Lewis Everett Childre, or as fans know him, Lew Childre, that Boy From Alabam, was born to Judge C. T. and Ada (Atwell) Childre in Opp, Alabama. He also had a brother, Winford and a sister, Opal.

In 1923 after completing pre-med studies at the University of Alabama, Lew Childre, joined the Milt Tolbert tent show in North Carolina. He entertained by singing songs that were popular at the time. He also honed his talents as a buck dancer and comedian.

Soon Lew put together his own jazz band, The Alabama Cotton Pickers. One of the young members was Lawrence Welk. Welk would later become famous in his own right as leader of his band and television show.

About 1925 old time music was becoming quite popular. Lew decided to make a change to this type music. He learned to play the guitar using a steel bar. In 1929 and 1930 Lew worked as a solo artist on stations in San Angelo, Texas and Hot Springs, Arkansas.....

http://www.hillbilly-music.com/artists/story/index.php?id=11994
Dan Albums Thursday, 27th May, 2021 @ 11:18 am



 
Lewis Everett Childre, or as fans know him, Lew Childre, that Boy From Alabam, was born to Judge C. T. and Ada (Atwell) Childre in Opp, Alabama. He also had a brother, Winford and a sister, Opal.

In 1923 after completing pre-med studies at the University of Alabama, Lew Childre, joined the Milt Tolbert tent show in North Carolina. He entertained by singing songs that were popular at the time. He also honed his talents as a buck dancer and comedian.

Soon Lew put together his own jazz band, The Alabama Cotton Pickers. One of the young members was Lawrence Welk. Welk would later become famous in his own right as leader of his band and television show.

About 1925 old time music was becoming quite popular. Lew decided to make a change to this type music. He learned to play the guitar using a steel bar. In 1929 and 1930 Lew worked as a solo artist on stations in San Angelo, Texas and Hot Springs, Arkansas.....

http://www.hillbilly-music.com/artists/story/index.php?id=11994
Dan Albums Thursday, 27th May, 2021 @ 11:18 am



 
Lewis Everett Childre, or as fans know him, Lew Childre, that Boy From Alabam, was born to Judge C. T. and Ada (Atwell) Childre in Opp, Alabama. He also had a brother, Winford and a sister, Opal.

In 1923 after completing pre-med studies at the University of Alabama, Lew Childre, joined the Milt Tolbert tent show in North Carolina. He entertained by singing songs that were popular at the time. He also honed his talents as a buck dancer and comedian.

Soon Lew put together his own jazz band, The Alabama Cotton Pickers. One of the young members was Lawrence Welk. Welk would later become famous in his own right as leader of his band and television show.

About 1925 old time music was becoming quite popular. Lew decided to make a change to this type music. He learned to play the guitar using a steel bar. In 1929 and 1930 Lew worked as a solo artist on stations in San Angelo, Texas and Hot Springs, Arkansas.....

http://www.hillbilly-music.com/artists/story/index.php?id=11994
Dan Thursday, 27th May, 2021 @ 11:18 am


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