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Country Music: The Pathfinders….

The 1920’s and 1930’s & the 1940’s – Before the Advent of the Record Charts – A thru K Musicians

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Selected Original Country Discography – 1920’s/1930’s/1940’s (up to 1943) A thru K Musicians

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E. F. Poss Acree – OKeh – 1924

Roy Acuff and His Crazy Tennesseeans – Conqueror – 1937

Green B. Adair – Columbia – 1927

Clarence Adams – Challenge – 1927

Dub Adams and His K-Bar Ranch Hands – Bullet – 1948

Jimmie Adams and Bud Jamison (The Rolling Stones) – Victor – 1930

(Adams Shown)

Akins Birmingham Boys – Columbia – 1929

Bella Allen & The Bush Mountain Boys – Diamond – 1946

George Allen – Rich-R-Tone – 1948

Jules Allen – Victor – 1928

Mack Allen – Harmony – 1930

(Mack Allen is Vernon Dalhart – one of the many, many alias used on recordings by Allen)

The Allen Brothers – Victor – 1929

Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats – Vocalion – 1939

Les Anderson’s Melody Wranglers – La Marr’s Star – 1945

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The Andrews Brothers – Vocalion – 1939

The Anglin Twins & Red (Anglin Brothers) – Perfect – 1938

Annie Lou & Danny Dill – Bullet – 1949

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Arizona Slim & His Grand Canyon Cowboys – Spotlight – 1946

Arkansas Barefoot Boys – OKeh – 1928

Arkansas Charlie – Vocalion – 1930

The Arkansas Woodchopper – Conqueror – 1932

The Armstrong Twins – 4-Star – 1948

Gene Arnold – Montgomery Ward – 1933

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Emry Arthur – Decca – 1935

Tom Ashley – Perfect – 1932

Ashley & Foster – Vocalion – 1933

Ashley’s Melody Makers – Perfect – 1932

Randall Atcher – Conqueror – 1941

Tex Atchison & His Santa Fe Boys – Crystal – 1948

Chet Atkins & His Colorado Mountain Boys – RCA Victor – 1947

Gene Autry – Perfect – 1933

The Back Home Boys – Varsity – 1939

Donald Baker – Regal – 1923

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

De Ford Bailey – Vocalion – 1927

The Bailey Brothers (Charles and Danny) – Rich-R-Tone – 1949

Luke Baldwin – Champion – 1931

Ira Ball – OKeh – 1931

Ray Ball – Challenge – 1929

John Baltzell – Conqueror – 1932

Emmett Bankston and Red Henderson – OKeh – 1929

The Bar X Cowboys – Bluebird – 1941

Becky Barfield – Crystal – 1949

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Johnnie Barfield – Bullet – 1946

H.M. Barnes & His Blue Ridge Rangers – Brunswick – 1930

Barnyard Steve – OKeh – 1929

Curt Barrett & the Trailsmen – Stanchel – 1946

(Harry) Barth’s Mississippians – Diva – 1928

Dewey and Gassie Bassett – Bluebird – 1941

Dr. Humphrey Bate & His Possum Hunters – Brunswick – 1928

Bucky Bates – 4-Star – 1949

Franklyn Baur – Victor – 1924

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

George Beaver – Cameo – 1923

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Leon Beaver – Rich-R-Tone – 1949

Pappy “Gube” Beaver – Capitol Americana – 1947

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Johnny Bee – Talent – 1949

The Bee Gee Tavern Band – Vocalion – 1939

Buck Beeman & His Western Pals – Yale – 1947

Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang – Vocalion – 1936

Dick Bell – Challenge – 1930

Ernie Benedict & His Range Riders – Continental – 1947

Gayle Bernard – Blue Bonnet – 1948

Brad Berry & His Tennesseans – Bullet – 1946

The Bessemer Melody Boys – Victor – 1931

The Beverly Hill Billies – Brunswick – 1930

Big Chief Henry’s Indian String Band – Victor – 1930

Big Slim (The Lone Cowboy) – Dixie – 1947

Casey Bill – Vocalion – 1937

Bud and Joe Billings – Victor – 1929

(Joe Billings Shown)

Bud Billings and Carson Robison – Montgomery Ward – 1933

(This is Frank Luther)

Billy & Jake – Continental – 1947

Bingham & Wells (The Blind Singers) – Bluebird – 1933

The Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers – Victor – 1929

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Nat Bird & Tom Collins – Brunswick – 1930

Billy Bishop – Challenge – 1928

Lester Pete Bivins – Montgomery Ward – 1939

Jimmie Black – OKeh – 1929

The Black Brothers – OKeh – 1931

Randy Blake with The Ranch House Boys – Gold Seal – 1947

The Blankenship Family – Victor – 1933

Rubye Blevins The Montana Cowgirl – Bluebird – 1934

Blind Andy – OKeh – 1925

(Andrew Jenkins)

The Blue Boys – OKeh – 1929

The Blue Mountain Boys with Fiddlin’ Burk Barbour – National – 1947

The Blue Ridge Highballers – Columbia – 1927

The Blue Ridge Hill Billies – Bluebird – 1936

The Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers – Victor – 1927

The Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers – Perfect – 1932

The Blue Ridge Playboys – Vocalion – 1937

Buddy Blue & His Texans – Conqueror – 1929

Jack Blue’s Texans – Banner – 1929

Paul Blunt – Bullet – 1949

Bob and Jimmy – Victor – 1931

Bob and Monte – Vocalion – 1929

Bob’s Boys – Continental – 1944

Loy Bodine – 1930

Dock Boggs – Brunswick – 1927

Bonnie Blue Eyes – Conqueror – 1940

(Loeta Applegate)

Borton and Thompson – Challenge – 1928

Leo Boswell – Columbia – 1928

Chris Bouchillon – Columbia – 1927

Charlie Bowman – Vocalion – 1926

Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers – Montgomery Ward – 1936

Big Charley Bradix – Colonial – 1949

Owen Bradley and His Tennesseans – Bullet – 1946

Slim Bradley – FM Recording – 1948

Curly Bradshaw – King of the Harmonica – Acme – 1949

(Was with Bob Wills)

Davey Branam & The Brandy Mountain Boys – Savoy – 1948

Homer Briarhopper – Bluebird – 1937

Billy Briggs and the X I T Boys – Time – 1949

Britt and Ford – Melotone – 1936

(Elton Britt shown)

The Britt Brothers – Conqueror – 1934

(Elton Britt shown below)

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Maynard Britton – Superior – 1933

The Broadcast Boys – Varsity – 1939

The Broadway Buccaroos – Cowboy – 1947

Richard Brooks and Rueben Puckett – Victor – 1927

The Broome Brothers – Crystal – 1948

Benny Brosh & His Tune Ramblers – Blue Bonnet – 1948

Cliff Brown & 101 Ranch Boys – Security – 1947

Herschel Brown & His Boys – OKeh – 1931

Milton Brown & His Brownies – Bluebird – 1934

Thomas Brown – Brunswick – 1932

The Brown Brothers – Bluebird – 1936

Cliff Bruner & His Texas Wanderers – Ayo – 1949

Larry Bryant – San Antonio – 1946

Slim Bryant & His Wildcats – Varsity – 1949

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The Buck Mt. Band – 1930

Eugene Buckley & The Peerless Quartet – Columbia – 1918

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Budge & Fudge, The Mayse Brothers – 1947

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Chuck Bullock and His Levee Loungers – Perfect – 1935

Chick Bullock – Conqueror – 1936

Samantha Bumgarner & Eva Davis – Columbia -1920

Bunch & Jennings – Challenge – 1930

The Burchfield Brothers – Capitol Americana – 1947

Fiddlin’ Jim Burke – Supertone – 1928

The Burke Brothers – Victor – 1930

Barney Burnett with Bob Miller’s Hinky Dinkers – Brunswick – 1930

The Burnett Bros. – Victor – 1932

Smiley Burnette & His Rancheros – Bullet – 1948

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Burnett & Rutherford – Columbia – 1926

High Pockets Busse with the Frontiersmen – Velvet – 1949

Billy Burton – Regal – 1924

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Slim Butcher – Varsity – 1939

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Cactus Slim & The Barn Dance Boys – FM Recording – 1948

Papa Cairo & His Boys – Colonial – 1949

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Cal and Buddy & Their Ranch Boys – Coast – 1946

Bob Calen (International Rodeo Ace) – OKeh – 1929

Calgary Kid (Allen Erwin) & His Frontier Scouts – Enterprise – 1946

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Jeff Calhoun – Madison – 1930

Idaho Call and His Sun Valley Cowboys – Coast – 1945

Bill Callahan – Cowboy – 1947

Homer Callahan – Perfect – 1934

Walter Callahan – Perfect – 1936

The Callahan Brothers – Conqueror – 1936

Hugh Cameron & The Sagebrush Serenaders – Vel-Tone – 1946

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The Campbell Brothers (Cecil and Ed) – Bluebird – 1937

Cannon’s Jug Stompers – Victor – 1928

Judy Canova – Varsity – 1939

Julietta Canova – Brunswick – 1928

Warren Caplinger’s Cumberland Mountain Entertainers – Vocalion – 1928

Captain Appleblossom – OKeh – 1929

Ike Cargill – Vocalion – 1931

Bill Carlisle’s Kentucky Boys – Decca – 1939

Cliff Carlisle – Banner – 1932

Russ Carlyle – Bullet – 1947

Jenks Carman – 4-Star – 1948

The Carolina Ladies Quartet – Champion -1929

The Carolina Minstrels – Challenge – 1930

The Carolina Playboys – Sonora – 1945

The Carolina Ramblers String Band – Melotone – 1932

The Carolina Tar Heels – Victor – 1927

The Carolina Twins – Victor – 1930

(Gwin Foster and A. O. Fletcher)

The Carolinians – Silvertone – 1925

Sonny Carroll & The Sunshine Trio with Shorty Warren & His Western Rangers – Western Ranger – 1949

Jenny Lou Carson – Decca – 1949

Fiddlin’ John Carson – OKeh – 1924

Fiddlin’ John Carson & His Virginia Reelers – OKeh – 1927

Rosa Lee Carson – OKeh – 1925

Buster Carter & Preston Young – Columbia – 1931

Harry Carter – Supertone – 1929

The Carter Brothers & Son – Vocalion – 1929

The Carter Family – Victor – 1929

Wilf Carter – Bluebird – 1934

Woody Carter & His Hoedown Boys – Macy’s – 1949

The Cartwright Brothers – Columbia – 1928

The Carver Boys – Paramount – 1925

Case & Johnson – Gennett – 1923

Claude Casey – Bluebird – 1939

Casey’s Old Time Fiddlers – Victor – 1931

Larry Cassidy – Capitol Americana – 1947

Billy Casteel with the Silver Sage Buckaroos – Hot Wax – 1940

Roland Cauley & Lake Howard – Perfect – 1936

Bob Causer and His Comellians – Conqueror – 1933

Jack Cawley’s Oklahoma Ridge Runners – Victor – 1930

The Central Mississippi Quartet – Vocalion – 1930

Chenoweth’s Cornfield Symphony Orchestra – OKeh – 1926

Cal Chester’s Mountaineers – Conqueror – 1932

Lew Childre – Melotone – 1936

Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress – Brunswick – 1925

(Chitwood shown here)

Ben Christian & His Texas Cowboys – 4-Star – 1948

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The Chuck Wagon Gang – Perfect – 1937

Don Churchill & His Texas Mavericks – Bullet – 1949

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Gene Clardy – Vocalion – 1930

Billy Clark – Regal – 1921

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Yodeling Slim Clark – Continental – 1947

Clark and Howell – Supertone – 1929

Al Clauser and His Oklahoma Outlaws – Conqueror – 1937

Clayton and His Melody Mountaineers – Vocalion – 1930

Tommy Clayton & the String Band – Varsity – 1948

Zeke Clements & His Western Swing-Gang – Bullet – 1948

Homer Clemens – Blue Bonnet – 1947

Bob Clifford – Vocalion – 1933

Jesse Coat – Champion – 1929

Ned Cobben – Harmony – 1929

(Coben is Arthur Fields)

Cody’s Cowboy Band – Varsity – 1939

The Cofer Brothers – OKeh – 1927

Art Coffee – Challenge – 1928

Tiny Colbert & His Entertainers – Blue Bonnet – 1948

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Michael Coleman – Decca – 1935

Speed Coley & His Hillbilly Ramblers – Tower – 1948

The Collier Trio – Brunswick – 1929

Bill Collins – Victor – 1927

(Collins is Gene Austin)

The Colonels – Brunswick – 1930

Jerry Colonna & His San Fernando Valley Pals – Capitol Americana – 1947

Bobby Colt & Three Beaus & A Peep – Admiral – 1949

Hyter Colvin – Victor – 1930

Irving Conn – Conqueror – 1934

Robert Cook’s Old Time Fiddlers – Vocalion – 1929

Walter Coon – Conqueror -1927

Walter Coon & His Joy Ride Boys – Gennett – 1929

The Coon Creek Girls – Conqueror – 1938

Stoney Cooper & His Clinch Mountain Boys – Rich-R-Tone – 1947

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Cornwall & Cleary – Perfect – 1930

Carolina Cotton – Crystal – 1948

Jim Couch – OKeh – 1926

 

The County Harmonizers – Silvertone – 1924

Cousin Wilbur & Blondie Brooks – Bullet – 1949

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Cowboy Dixon & His Western Plainsmen – Dude – 1945

Cowboy Phil & The Golden West Girls – 4-Star – 1947

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Bill Cox – Perfect – 1934

Bill Cox and Cliff Hobbs – Perfect – 1937

Audry Jean Crabtree – Talent – 1949

Riley Crabtree – Talent – 1949

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Francis Craig – Bullet – 1948

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Cowboy Ed Crane – Conqueror – 1931

Cranford & Thompson – Gennett – 1929

Al Craver – Columbia – 1930

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Crocker & Cannon – Challenge – 1929

Crocker & Cannon – Challenge – 1930

Crockett’s Kentucky Mountaineers – Brunswick – 1930

The Crook Brothers’ String Band – Victor – 1929

Cross & McCart – Columbia – 1927

Hugh Cross & Riley Puckett – Columbia – 1928

Tim Cross & His Ozark Vagabonds – Red Barn – 1948

Frank & Phil Crow – Victor – 1931

The Crowder Brothers – Perfect – 1936

Paul Crutchfield – OKeh – 1928

The Cruthers Brothers – OKeh – 1929

The Crystal Springs Ramblers – Vocalion – 1937

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The Cumberland Ridge Runners – Conqueror – 1933

Ken Curtis – Bullet – 1948

Dave Cutrell – OKeh – 1926

Shorty Cyr & The Slow Pokes – Western – 1946

Ted Daffan & His Texans – Columbia – 1949

Dusty Dale & The Trail Blazers – Trilon – 1947

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Jimmie Dale & His Prides of the Prairie – Continental – 1947

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Vernon Dalhart – Victor – 1919

(Recorded under scores of aliases)

Walter Dalton – Perfect – 1928

This is Frankie Marvin)

Tommy Dandurand & His Gang of W.L.S. – Silvertone – 1927

Gail Daniels – 4-Star – 1949

Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton – Columbia – 1929

Mountain Dew Dare – OKeh – 1928

Chuck Darling – Victor – 1930

Bill Darnel with Alvy West and The Little Band – Coral – 1949

Dave and Howard – Victor – 1931

Cal Davenport and His Gang – Vocalion – 1930

Homer Davenport & the Young Brothers – Gennett – 1925

Jean Davidson – Crystal – 1949

Art Davis and His Rhythm Riders – Bullet – 1948

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C.W. Davis – Gennett – 1928

Jewel Davis – OKeh – 1927

Jimmie Davis – Victor – 1930

Lefty Davis & the Rhythm Boys – 4-Star – 1949

Stu Davis & The Northwesters – Sonora – 1946

Walter Davis – Perfect – 1932

Dolly Dawn and Her Dawn Patrol – Vocalion – 1938

Jack Dawson – Decca – 1938

J. W. Day – Victor – 1928

The Deal Family – Columbia – 1929

Eddie Dean & His Boys – Varsity – 1949

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Jimmie and Eddie Dean – Conqueror – 1935

The De Kalb Folks – Savoy – 1946

Margan Denmnon – OKeh – 1929

Big Jim De Noone – 4-Star – 1949

Doc Denning & 4 Star-Rangers – 4-Star – 1946

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Dick Devall – Timely Tunes – 1931

Al Dexter – Perfect – 1937

Bobby Dick – Red Barn – 1948

The Tom Dickey Show Boys – Montgomery Ward – 1939

(Was a member of the Tune Wranglers)

Bob Dickson – Bluebird – 1936

Charles Dickson – Oriole – 1927

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Tommy Dilbeck and His Rock Candy Mountain Boys – Bullet – 1948

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Danny Dill – Bullet – 1949

John Dilleshaw (Dilly) & The Dill Pickles – Vocalion – 1930

John Dilleshaw & The String Marvel – OKeh – 1929

Ace Dinning & The Dude Ranch Boys – Tri-State – 1948

The Dixie Melody Boys – Acme – 1949

The Dixie Ramblers – Perfect – 1937

The Dixie Reelers – Bluebird – 1937

The Dixie Stompers – Velvet Tone – 1927

(This band went by many different names)

Dixie Trio – Perfect – 1924

Art Dixon & His Melody Mustang – Sonora – 1947

Bob Dixon – Victor – 1933

Sheriff Bob Dixon – Admiral – 1949

The Dixon Brothers – Bluebird – 1936

The Dizzy Trio – Victor – 1924

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Johnny Dodds – OKeh – 1930

(This is an alias for Gene Autry)

Jimmie Dolan – Colonial – 1949

Rambling Jimmy Dolan – 4-Star – 1948

Dolly Dimples & Her Country Cousins – Hill & Country – 1949

Al Donahue – 4-Star – 1946

The Donaldson Trio – Bluebird – 1933

Donna Lee – Frontier – 1949

Hugh Donovan – Columbia – 1918

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Tommy Dover & His Texas Rhythm Boys – Macy’s – 1949

The Down Homers – Lamb – 1947

(Rock and Roll pioneer Bill Haley was a member of this group for a time)

Buster Doss & The Arkansas Playboys – Talent – 1949

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Bill Drake – Bullet – 1949

Frank Dudgeon – Champion – 1933

Del Dunbar the ‘D Bar’ Ranch Hand – Everstate – 1949

Uncle Eck Dunford – Victor – 1928

Mellie Dunham & His Orchestra – Victor – 1926

 

Barney Dunroe – Champion – 1929

Dupree’s Rome Boys – OKeh – 1929

ED Durlacher & The Top Hands – Sonora – 1946

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Marland Duvy Duvall & His Royal Buckaroos – Trans World – 1948

Dyke’s Magic City Trio with Hub Mahaffey – Brunswick – 1927

Dick Dyson – Bullet – 1949

Dick Dyson & His Texas Cowhands – Tri-State – 1948

Dick Dyson & His Musical Texans – Tri-State – 1948

Johnny Eager & His Eager Beavers – Grand – 1948

The East Texas Serenaders – Decca – 1937

Edward & Miss Olive Boone – Gennett – 1930

Craven Edwards & His Lazy K-Ranch Boys – Diamond – 1946

Elkins Stringed Steppers – OKeh – 1927

Bill Elliott and Bob Mitchell – Victor – 1932

Tommy Elliott with Doc Savage’s Swingbillies – Folke – 1949

Dusty Ellison & His Saddle Dusters – 4-Star – 1947

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Tom Emerson’s Mountaineers – Bluebird – 1939

Rody Erickson & His Dude Ranch Boys – Black & White – 1948

Milton Estes & The Musical Millers – Bullet – 1947

Dale Evans with Art West & The Sunset Riders – Bel-Tone – 1945

Frank Evans – Challenge – 1929

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

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John B. Evans – Brunswick – 1929

Redd Evans & His Billy Boys – Vocalion – 1939

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Roy Evans – Columbia – 1931

Billy Everetts – 4-Star – 1948

Ezra of the Beverly Hillbillies – Electro-Vox – 1934

Bob Fagan – Challenge – 1930

Dude Fargo & His Rhythm Riders – Fargo – 1946

Boots Faye – Coast – 1946

Terry Fell & The Fellers – 4-Star – 1947

Bob Ferguson and His Scalawaggers – Columbia – 1929

Jim Ferguson – Dude – 1948

Fiddler Joe & His Boys – OKeh – 1926

Artie Fields – Fortune – 1946

Taylor Flanagan and His Trio – Brunswick – 1932

Fleming and Townsend – Bluebird – 1930

Tex Fletcher – Flint – 1948

Fletcher & Foster – Victor – 1930

The Floyd County Ramblers – Victor – 1931

David Foley – Challenge – 1928

Red Foley – Melotone – 1936

Billy Folger & The Barn Dance Boys – FM Recording – 1948

The Folkraft Country Dance Orchestra – Folkraft – 1946

Elzie Ford & Leo Boswell – Columbia – 1927

Oscar Ford – Columbia – 1930

The Fort Worth Doughboys – Bluebird – 1933 (Light Crust Doughboys)

Gene Fosdick’s Hoosiers – Vocalion – 1923

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Gwen Foster – Victor – 1927

Sally Foster & The Travelers – Decca – 1937

Larry Fotine – Decca – 1949

The Four Aces – Trilon – 1946

The Four Hoosiers – Challenge – 1927

Four Pickled Peppers – Bluebird – 1939

The 4-Star 5 – 4-Star – 1946

The Four Stars – OKeh – 1934

The Four Virginians – OKeh – 1928

Cody Fox and His Yellow Jackets – Vocalion – 1937

Red Fox An’ His Pack O’ Hungry Hounds – Town & Country – 1949

The Fox Chasers – OKeh – 1930

Frank “The Floorshow” & His Combo – Continental – 1948

Wally Fowler – Capitol Americana – 1948

(From the Oak Ridge Quartet)

Duel Frady – Victor – 1927

Tex Frances & the Forty-Niners – Range – 1949

Frankie & Johnny – Conqueror – 1931

The Franklin Brothers – Dixie – 1947

Frannie Lee & The Westerners – Quaker – 1946

Porky Freeman & His Trio – 4-Star – 1948

The Frisco Players – Madison – 1930

Fritz and His Band – Montgomery Ward – 1938

The Frontiersmen – Crystal – 1948

Jep Fuller – Vocalion – 1927

Art Gabbard & His Dixie Melodeers – Dixie – 1947

Clarence Ganus – Vocalion – 1929

Aubrey Gass with the Easteners – Gold Star – 1947

Joe & Zeb Gaunt – Harmony – 1930

David Gauthier – Broadway – 1931

Red Gay & Jack Wellman – Brunswick – 1931

Whit Gaydon – Victor – 1930

Bob Gene with Eddie Miller & His Oklahomans – Cormac 1949

Gene and Glenn (Jack and Lena) – Victor – 1930

The Gentry Brothers – Victor – 1929

The Georgia Crackers – OKeh – 1928

The Georgia Melody Boys – Broadway – 1927

The Georgia Serenaders – Supertone – 1929

The Georgia Yellow Hammers – Victor – 1927

The Georgians – Velvet Tone – 1929

The Gibbs Brothers with Claude Davis – Vocalion – 1931

Jack Gillette & The Tennessee Ramblers – Bullet – 1947

Henry C. Gilliland – Victor – 1923

The Girls of the Golden West – Bluebird – 1933

Golden & Hughes – Columbia – 1920

The Golden Melody Boys – Paramount – 1927

Herald Goodman & His Tennessee Valley Boys – Bluebird – 1938

The Graham Brothers – Victor – 1932

Jack Grant and His 7 V-4 Ranch Boys – Crystal – 1948

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A. A. Gray – OKeh – 1924

Otto Gray’s Oklahoma Cowboy Band – Gennett – 1928

Shirley Gray – Spotlight – 1946

Grayson and Whitter – Victor – 1928

Amos Greene – Supertone – 1930

Lem Greene – OKeh – 1930

Professor and Mrs. Greene – Paramount – 1929

The Greene Brothers – OKeh – 1930

Bobby Gregory & His Cactus Cowboys – Continental – 1949

Smiling Ed Gregory & The Rocky Mountain Boys – Bullet – 1949

Jack Gress with Bennie Olsen’s Rancho Serenaders – Westernair – 1947

Rex Griffin – Decca – 1939

Mel Griggs and His Sons of the Saddle – Atomic 1946

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Grisham & Daughter – Columbia – 1928

Bill Grubbs & The Oklahoma Ramblers – Blue Bonnet – 1947

Chuck Guillroy & His Rhythm Boys – Colonial – 1949

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Gunboat Billy & The Sparrow – Victor – 1932

Art Gunn & His Arizona Playboys – Macy’s – 1949

Jack Guthrie & His Oklahomans – Capitol Americana – 1947

The Hackberry Ramblers – Bluebird – 1936

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Jack Haight’s Kadoolers – Texstar – 1949

Evelyn Haire & Her Swingtime Cowgirls – Hot Wax – 1940

Monte Hale & The Saddle Lads – Bel-Tone – 1945

Theron Hale & Daughters – Victor – 1929

Travis B. Hale – Victor – 1927

Travis B. Hale & E. J. Derry, Jr. – Victor – 1927

Ambrose Haley and His Ozark Ramblers – Conqueror – 1937

Bill Haley & The 4 Aces Of Western Swing – Cowboy – 1948

Ben Hall – Talent – 1949

Ewen Hall (The Cowboy Minstrel) – Vocalion – 1927

Fred “Sugar” Hall & His Sugar Babies – OKeh – 1930

Hank Hall – Bluebird – 1933

Roy Hall & His Blue Ridge Entertainers – Conqueror – 1938

Roy Hall & His Cohutta Mountain Boys – Fortune – 1949

Sonny Hall – Blue Bonnet – 1947

Wendall Hall and the Shannon Quartet – Victor – 1920

The Hall Brothers – Bluebird – 1937

The Halliday Brothers – Jewel – 1927

Claudie Ham & His Radio Playboys – Macy’s – 1949

Stuart Hamblen & His Lucky Stars – 4-Star – 1947

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Paul Hamblin – Victor – 1930

John Hammond – Gennett – 1925

Dick Handley – Challenge – 1930

Howard Haney – Vocalion – 1928

Ford Hanford (of Myers and Hanford) – Victor – 1921

“Pop” Hanks & His Boys – Velvet Tone – 1929

Happy Fats and His Rayne-Bo Ramblers – Bluebird – 1941

The Happy Four – Columbia – 1928

The Happy Valley Family – Conqueror – 1935

Big Ed Hardage & the Texas Jay Boys – Dude – 1948

Chuck Harding & His Colorado Cowhands – Blue Bonnet – 1947

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Kenny Hardy & Jimmy Wiseman the Fiddlin’ Fool – 4-Star – 1949

Sid Harkreader & Uncle Dave Macon – Vocalion – 1924

(Harkreader shown)

Clem Harmon & Prince Albert Hunt – OKeh – 1929

(Prince Albert Hunt shown here)

Richard Harold – Columbia – 1928

Dixie Harper & Her All Gold Drifters – Dude – 1948

Oscar & Doc Harper – OKeh – 1930

Oscar Harper’s Texas String Band – OKeh – 1928

Redd Harper – Exclusive – 1948

Redd Harper on Discogs

Harper & Turner – Supertone – 1930

Kelly Harrell – Montgomery Ward – 1933

Buddy Harris & His Trinity Valley Boys – Dude – 1948

Buddy Harris & His Lone Star Playboys – Blue Bonnet – 1948

Frank Harris – Columbia – 1926

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Happy Bud Harrison – Vocalion – 1930

Charles Harrison – Victor – 1913

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Zeb Harrelson & M. B. Padgett – OKeh – 1927

Dick Hart The Lone Texan – Dixie – 1947

Hal Hart – 4-Star – 1949

Dick Hartman’s Tennessee Ramblers – Bluebird – 1935

The Hartwig Brothers – Vocalion – 1930

Roy Harvey – Columbia – 1927

Uncle Ben Hawkins – Supertone – 1928

Uncle Jim Hawkins – Challenge – 1926

Nap Hayes & Matthew Prater – OKeh – 1928

Bill Helms & His Upson County Band – Victor – 1926

Johnny Henderson & The Hired Hands – Tops – 1949

Smiling Max Henderson & His Ranch Hands – Serenade – 1949

Red Henderson – OKeh – 1929

Fisher Hendley & His Aristocratice Pigs – Conqueror – 1938

Hendley & Small – Victor – 1931

The Henry County Four – Challenge – 1928

Charlie Herald & His Roundup Rangers – Decca – 1934

Herman the Hermit with Cliffie Stone Orchestra – Gold Seal – 1946

Bennie Hess & His Nation’s Playboys – Opera – 1948

Bennie Hess with the Texas Dandies – Black & White – 1947

Ollie Hess – Paramount – 1932

Al Hesson & The Sons of the Alamo – Talent – 1949

Grady Hester & The Texans – Gold Star – 1949

The Hickory Nuts – 1928

Johnny Hicks – Talent – 1949

The Hi-Flyers – Conqueror – 1941

The Higgins Sisters – Victor – 1930

Luke Highnight & His Ozark Strutters – Vocalion – 1930

Hank Hill & His Hill Toppers – Savoy – 1943

Jess Hillard & His Aces – Montgomery Ward – 1936

Jimmy Hinchee – Continental – 1947

The Hobbs Brothers – Conqueror – 1929

Almoth Hodges with Bob Miller’s Hinky Dinkers – Brunswick – 1930

Willard Hodgin (Banjo Joe) – Victor – 1928

Wallace Hodgins – Conqueror – 1928

Adolph Hofner and His Texans – Bluebird – 1938

Roy Hogsed & The Rainbow Riders – Coast – 1947

Andy Hokum and His Pals of the West – Crystal – 1949

Jack Holden & The Georgia Boys – Red Barn – 1948

(Jack Holden far right)

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Texas Holle & Smokey Rogers – 4-Star – 1947

The Hollywood Hillbilly Orchestra – Victor – 1930

Holman and Robinson – Timely Tunes – 1931

Honeyboy & Sassafrass – Brunswick – 1930

Sol Hoopii & His Novelty Five – Decca – 1938

The Hoosier Hot Shots – Conqueror – 1939

Al Hopkins & His Buckle Busters – Brunswick – 1929

Dan Hornsby & His Lion’s Den Trio – Columbia – 1931

Vaughn Horton & His Polka Debs – Columbia – 1947

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Wm. B. Houchens – Gennett – 1923

Sonny Houston & The Trailsmen – Continental – 1949

John Henry Howard – Gennett – 1925

Lake Howard – Melotone – 1935

Pappy Howard & the Conn. Kernels – Bullet – 1947

The Three Howard Boys – Challenge – 1928

The Howington Brothers & the Tennessee Haymakers – Loop – 1949

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Uncle Steve Hubbard & His Boys – Gennett – 1927

Ardie Hudson & The Western Aces – Stanchel – 1946

Charles Huff (Oklahoma’s Own Cowboy Singer) – Crystal – 1948

Billy Hughes’ Pecos Pals (Pals of the Pecos) – 4-Star – 1947

Dan Hughey – Champion – 1930

The Humphries Brothers – OKeh – 1931

(Cowboy) Jack Hunt & His Rhythm Ranch Hands – Process – 1947

Pete Hunter & The Dude Ranchers – 4-Star – 1949

The Hutchens Brothers – Champion – 1930

Frank Hutchison – OKeh – 1926

H. K. Hutchison – Gennett – 1928

Red Ingle – Enterprise – 1947

Autry Inman – Bullet – 1949

The International Novelty Orchestra – Victor – 1924

Jerry Irby & His Texas Ranchers – Hill-Billy Hit Parade – 1949

Harvey Irwin – OKeh – 1926

Jake & Carl – Melotone – 1938

Dick James and the Coast Ranch Hands – Coast – 1946

Jesse James & All the Boys – Blue Bonnet – 1947

Archie Jeffries & His Blue Sky Boys – Blue Bonnet – 1947

Frank Jenkins of Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters – Gennett – 1927

“Gooby” Jenkins – OKeh – 1927

Jess Jenkins – Challenge – 1928

Leroy Jenkins & His Texas Showboys – Dude – 1948

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Polly Jenkins with Uncle Dan & Texas Rose – Cowboy – 1948

Herb Jennings – Champion – 1926

Jerry Jericho – 4-Star – 1949

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Buffalo Johnson & His Melody Rangers – Rich-R-Tone – 1946

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Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers – OKeh – 1928

Earl Johnson & The Dixie Entertainers – Victor – 1930

Gene Johnson – Timely Tunes – 1931

Johnny Johnson – Banner – 1935

Tex Johnson  Varsity – 1948

The Johnson Brothers – Victor – 1929

Billy Jones & Ernest Hare (The Happiness Boys) – Domino – 1925

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Buddy Jones – Decca – 1939

Charlie Jones & His Kentucky Corn Crackers – Vargo – 1948

Dickie Jones & His Rhythm Rangers – Macy’s – 1949

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Gene Jones – Gold Star – 1949

Jerry Jordan – Supertone – 1929

The Jordan Brothers – Bluebird – 1937

Josie – Melotone – 1936

Carl Journell – 4-Star – 1949

Dick Justice – Brunswick – 1930

“Tex” Justus & The Texas Cowboys – Bullet – 1947

Frank Kamplain – Nadsco – 1922

The Kanawah Singers – Brunswick – 1927

Karl and Harty – Conqueror – 1935

Alfred Karnes – Victor – 1927

Irving Kaufman – Victor – 1914

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Buell Kazee – Brunswick – 1927

Rusty Keefer – Cowboy -1948

Hank Keene – Montgomery Ward – 1933

Marty Kellner (The Fiddlin’ Cowboy) – Gennett – 1926

Jack Kenney & His Lone Star Playboys – Spotlight – 1946

The Kentucky Colonels – Vocalion – 1923

The Kentucky Girls – Columbia – 1928

Kentucky Jess & Neal Burris – Red Barn – 1948

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The Kentucky Mountain Boys – 1930

The Kentucky Serenaders – Supertone – 1928

The Kessinger Brothers – Brunswick – 1928

Don Kidwell & His Red River Valley Boys – Sylvan – 1949

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Kim & Nyland – Victor – 1927

Kincaid and Bradley – Supertone – 1929

Brad King & His Dude Ranch Gang – Crystal – 1949

Curley King & His Tennessee Hilltoppers – Rich-R-Tone- 1949

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Fred Kirby – Montgomery Ward – 1937

Eddie Kirk – Capitol Americana – 1948

Eddie Kirkeby – Conqueror – 1930

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Joe Knight – Talent – 1949

Vance Knowles & Red Lay – Bluebird – 1936

The Korn Kobblers – MGM – 1947

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