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Country Music: The Pathfinders….

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

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

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Claude Lakey – 4-Star – 1946

Bela Lam & His Green County Singers – OKeh – 1930

Uncle Bud Landress – Victor – 1930

Lee Landon – Champion – 1929

Ray Langham & His Texas Pan Handlers – Coast – 1946

Fiddlin’ Bob Larkin & Family – Vocalion – 1929

Lasses & Honey – Bluebird – 1937

Jimmie Lawson – Western – 1946

Lazy Larry – Cameo – 1928

(This is Frank Luther)

The Leake County Revelers – Columbia – 1927

The Leatherman Sisters – Bluebird – 1936

Archie Lee – Brunswick – 1930

Mandy Lee – Conqueror – 1928

Iry LeJeune with the Oklahoma Tornadoes – 1948

Lem’s Down Home Boys – Decca – 1936

Leon’s Lone Star Cowboys – Champion – 1935

Howard Leroy – Starr – 1948

“Cousin” Ford Lewis – 4-Star – 1947

Lummie Lewis and His Merrymakers – Vocalion – 1937

Rodman Lewis – Conqueror – 1929

Texas Jim Lewis & His Lone Star Cowboys – Exclusive – 1948

The Lewis Brothers – Victor – 1930

Add Lindsay – Victor – 1928

Merle Lindsey & The Oklahoma Nite Riders – Bullet – 1947

Red Lindsey – Talent – 1949

Elmo Linn – Red Barn – 1948

Big Bill Lister – Everstate – 1949

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Bill Lister & Del Dunbar – Everstate – 1949

Tobe Little – OKeh – 1928

Tommy Little & His Sunrise Rangers – Tommy’s – 1947

Hank Locklin – Gold Star – 1948

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Hank Locklin & His Rocky Mountain Playboys – 4-Star – 1949

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The Log Cabin Boys – Decca – 1935

The Logan County Trio – Supertone – 1928

The Lone Star Playboys – Blue Bonnet – 1947

The Lone Star Ranger – Conqueror – 1930

The Lonesome Cowboy – Romeo – 1931

Beverly & Jimmy Long – Bluebird – 1933

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Shorty Long & The Santa Fe Rangers – Cowboy – 1946

Shorty Long (3) on Discogs

Wesley Long – Bluebird – 1937

Tex Looney and The Western Stars – Gold Star – 1946

The Louisiana Ramblers – Blue Bonnet – 1948

The Lucky Ten Entertainers – Domino – 1927

Lulu Belle & Scotty – Conqueror – 1935

Lulu Belle & Scotty & Their Farm Boys – FM Recording – 1948

Lundsford and Bascom – OKeh – 1924

Frank Luther – Domino – 1929

Lonnie Lyons – Freedom – 1949

Mac and Bob – Conqueror – 1932

Mac & His Haywire Orchestra – Victor – 1928

(Harry McClintock)

Bruce Mac & His Famous Five – Dude – 1948

Edward MacHugh – Montgomery Ward – 1936

Uncle Dave Macon – Vocalion – 1924

Uncle Dave Macon & His Fruit-Jar Drinkers – Vocalion – 1927

Jap Magee – Brunswick – 1929

J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers – Bluebird – 1936

Wade Mainer & Zeke Morris – Bluebird – 1936

Chester Maines – Challenge – 1930

Jack Major – Brunswick – 1929

Blind Joe Mangum & Fred Shriber – Victor – 1929

Winky Manone & His Go-Group – Kem – 1949

Zeke Manners – Bluebird – 1942

Bob Manning and His Riders of the Silver Sage – Bullet – 1948

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The Maple City Four – Conqueror – 1933

Rusty Marion & The Ozark Champions – Town & Country – 1949

The Markham Brothers – Challenge – 1928

Asa Martin and Jason Roberts – Conqueror – 1932

Dude Martin & His Round-Up Gang – Eagle – 1946

Roy Martin – Homestead – 1930

Tem Martin – Bel-Tone – 1945

The Martin Melody Boys – Columbia – 1929

Frankie Marvin – Victor – 1931

Frankie Marvin with The Roy Smeck Trio – 1939

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Guy Massey – Perfect – 1925

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Louise Massey & The Westerners – Vocalion – 1939

The Massey Brothers – Coast – 1948

Johnny Mathis – Talent – 1949

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Jimmy Mattox – Gennett – 1930

Harold Maus – Bluebird – 1933

Billie Maxwell (The Cow Girl Singer) – Victor – 1929

Jimmy Mayo and His Mojave Mesquiteers – Crystal – 1949

Palmer McAbee – Victor – 1928

Dickie McBride & the Ranch Hands – 1949

David McCarn – Victor – 1930

The McClendon Brothers with Georgia Dell – Bluebird – 1937

Harry McClintock – Victor – 1929

Smiling Ed McConnell – Champion – 1931

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The McCravy Brothers – Victor – 1929

(Frank and James)

Louis McDaniel & Gid Smith – Timely Tunes – 1931

John A. McDermott – Brunswick – 1926

William McElligott – Decca – 1938

Lester McFarland & Robert Gardner – Vocalion – 1930

McGee & Ardoin with Anda Antoin – Brunswick – 1932

Sam McGee – Vocalion – 1926

John McGhee – Perfect – 1935

Mac McGuire & His Harmony Rangers – Quaker – 1946

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Kenny McKenzie with Chuck Mulkern & His Western Band – FM Recording – 1948

McLaughlin’s Old Time Melody Makers – Vocalion – 1929

Jack McLean – Coast – 1947

Harry McLintock – Victor – 1928

Clayton McMichen & the Home Town Boys – Columbia – 1927

Clayton McMichen & the Georgia Wildcats – Continental – 1944

The McNulty Family – Decca – 137

The McQuaig Twins – 4-Star – 1947

The Melody Sisters Trio – Acme – 1949

Tex Melton – Talent – 1949

The Original Memphis Five – Vocalion – 1923

Mert’s HOme Town Serenaders – Vocalion – 1929

Willis Meyers & His Bar X Ranch Boys – Cowboy – 1947

Arthur Miles – Victor – 1929

Paul Miles and His Red Fox Chasers – Gennett – 1926

The Bob Miller Trio – Montgomery Ward – 1933

Charlotte Miller with Bob Miller and His Hinky Dinkers – Brunswick – 1930

David Miller – Gennett – 1927

Emmett Miller and His Georgia Crackers – Bluebird – 1936

The Red Miller Trio – Bullet – 1948

Miller’s Bullfrog Entertainers – OKeh – 1930

Morris Mills & The Rithumakers – 4-Star – 1949

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Billy Milton & His One Man Band – Gennett – 1928

Hoyt Ming and His Pep Steppers – Victor – 1928

The Mississippi ‘Possum Hunters – Victor – 1931

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The Missouri Pacific Lines Booster Quarter – Victor – 1929

Charlie Mitchell and His Kentucky Ridge Runners – Melotone – 1936

The Mitchell Brothers & the Sunshine Ramblers – Melotone – 1937

The Mobile Trio – Gennett – 1923

The Modern Mountaineers – Bluebird – 1942

The Monroe Brothers (Charles and Bill) – Bluebird – 1936

Patsy Montana & The Prairie Ramblers – Melotone – 1935

Montana Slim – Bluebird – 1936

Clyde Moody – Bullet – 1948

Oklahoma Ed Moody – Coast – 1945

Bill Mooney & His Cactus Twisters – Imperial Folk Music – 1949

Moonshine Dave – Champion – 1929

Moonshine Kate – OKeh – 1930

The Moonshiners – Victor – 1930

Alan Moore – Crystal – 1948

Byrd Moore – Gennett – 1928

Carl “Deacon” Moore – 4-Star – 1948

Oliver Moore – Challenge – 1930

Wally Moore & His Tennesseans – Savoy – 1949

William Moore & His Country Cousins – Acme – 1949

The Moore Sisters – Sonora – 1946

“Peg” Moreland – Victor – 1928

Shorty Morris – Rich-R-Tone – 1949

The Morris Family – Vocalion – 1930

The Mulkey Brothers – Rich-R-Tone – 1947

Peter Muller’s Band – Decca – 1939

Red Murrell & His Ozark Play Boys – Atlas – 1946

The Murray Sisters with the Sleepy Hollow Ranch Cowboys and Cowgirls – Cowboy – 1946

Murray and Scanian – Conqueror – 1930

Red Murrell & His Ozark Mountain Boys – Gold Seal – 1949

Charles Nabel – OKeh – 1925

Narmour and Smith – OKeh – 1930

Len Nash & His Country Boys – Brunswick – 1930

The National Barn Dance Orchestra – Bluebird – 1933

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The Nations Brothers (Shelton and Marshall) – Perfect – 1936

(Shelton Nations shown)

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Fiddlin’ Dave Neal – Challenge – 1927

Frank Neal & His Boys – Challenge – 1927

Fiddlin’ Frank Nelson – Challenge – 1927

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Bill Nettles and His Dixie Blue Boys – Vocalion – 1937

Jim New – Timely Tunes – 1931

Charlie Newman – OKeh – 1927

Elmer Newman with the Sleepy Hollow Ranch Cowboys and Cowgirls – Cowboy – 1946

Pancake Pete Newman – Cowboy – 1946

Roy Newman and His Boys – Vocalion – 1939

Ruby Newman with the Funny Boners – Victor – 1933

Slim Newman with Cactus Andy & the Texas Dandies – 1946

Bob Nichols & Riley Puckett – Columbia – 1928

(Bob Nichols shown)

Cowboy Sam Nichols & His Rangesters – Stanchel – 1946

W.A. Nichol’s Western Aces – S & G Records – 1947

Slumber Nichols

The Nichols Brothers – Victor – 1931

The Nite Owls – Vocalion – 1938

Hoyle Nix & His West Texas Cowboys – Talent – 1949

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Fate Norris  and the Tanner Boys – Columbia – 1927

(Fate Norris shown)

Land Norris – OKeh – 1926

The North Carolina Cooper Boys – OKeh – 1928

The North Carolina Ridge Runners – Security – 1947

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The Northlanders – Vocalion – 1929

Frank Novak and His Rootin’ Tootin’ Boys – Melotone – 1937

The Oakridge Quartet – Capitol Americana – 1947

Charlie Oaks – Vocalion – 1925

Lee O’Daniel & His Hillbilly Boys – Vocalion – 1936

Lee O’Daniel & His Light Crust Doughboys – Vocalion – 1934

Doreen O’Dare – Decca – 1934

Doye O’Dell – Exclusive – 1947

Chester Odum & His Western Rhythm Boys – Tri-State – 1948

The Oklahoma Sweethearts – Capitol Americana – 1947

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Old Henry & His Musicians – Cameo – 1926

Gene O’Quin – Talent – 1949

Tom Owens WLS Barn Dance Trio – Silvertone – 1926

The Ozark Rambler – Paramount – 1932

Jack Padgett the Texas Warngler – Talent – 1949

Butterball Paige & The Red River Boys – Bullet – 1949

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Slick Palmer – Bluebird – 1930

The Palmer Sisters – Victor – 1929

Andy Parker & The Plainsmen – Capitol Americana – 1948

Chubby Parker – Conqueror – 1931

Duke Parks and His Boys – Supertone – 1930

Dick Parman – Gennett – 1929

“Happy” Jim Parsons & The Boys of Company B – Standard – 1942

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Fiddlin’ Jim Pate – Victor – 1929

Patt Patterson and Lois Dexter – Melotone – 1932

Ray and Ina Patterson – Gold Star – 1949

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Red Patterson’s Piedmont Log Rollers – Victor – 1927

Leon Payne – Bullet – 1948

Dusty Payton – Macy’s – 1949

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The Peaceful Valley Folks – Decca – 1935

Ray Pearl – Bullet – 1947

Bess Pennington – Vocalion – 1930

Hank Penny and His Radio Cowboys – Vocalion – 1938

Jack Perkins – 4-Star – 1949

Owen Perry with the Happy Hillbillies – Bullet – 1947

Austin Pete & The Evangeline Playboys – Feature – 1948

Walter C. Peterson – Gennett – 1927

The Philyaw Brothers – Melotone – 1938

The Pickard Family – Coast – 1947

Dad Pickard – Regal – 1929

Pie Plant Pete – Conqueror – 1935

Pie Plant Pete & Bashful Harmonica Joe – Process – 1948

(Bashful Harmonica Joe shown)

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Jack Pierce and the Oklahoma Cowboys – Bluebird – 1937

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The Pine Mountain Boys – Victor 1931

The Pine Ridge Boys – Bluebird – 1939

The Pine Ridge Ramblers – Bluebird – 1938

The Pine State Playboys – Bluebird – 1938

The Pipers Gap Ramblers – OKeh – 1928

The Plainsmen – Coast – 1946

The Plantation Boys – Bluebird – 1936

The Plymouth Vermont Old Time Barn Dance Orchestra – OKeh – 1927

Charlie Poole – Columbia – 1925

Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers – 1930

Pope’s Arkansas Mountaineers – Victor – 28

The Poplin/Woods Tennessee String Band – Victor – 1929

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Powder River Jack & Kitty Lee – Victor – 1931

Eddie Powers – Harmony – 1929

Fiddlin’ Powers and Family – Victor – 1924

The Prairie Ramblers – Bluebird – 1934

Charlie Prescott – Challenge – 1928

Long, Lean, Lanky, Lew Preston & His Men of the Range – Folke – 1949

Terry Preston – 4-Star – 1949

(This is Ferlin Husky)

Jesse Price – Capitol Americana – 1947

Melvin Price & the Santa Fe Rangers – Redal – 1949

Richard Prine & His Allstars – Ayo – 1949

 

Holland Puckett – Silvertone – 1927

Riley Puckett – Columbia – 1924

Pete Pyle – Bluebird – 1941

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Louis E. Quinn – Melotone – 1934

The Radio Imps – Conqueror – 1930

Radio Mac – Victor – 1930

Railroad Bill – Melotone – 1933

The Rainbow Riders – Dixie – 1949

The Raley Brothers & Woody Carter – Macy’s – 1949

The Rambling Rangers – Vocalion – 1938

The Ranch House Boys – Gold Seal – 1947

Rand & Foster – Supertone – 1929

The Range Riders – Vocalion – 1937

The Range Wreckers – Vocalion – 1937

The Rangemen – Crystal – 1948

Ole Rasmussen & His Nebraska Cornhuskers – Crystal – 1949

Aulton Ray – Silvertone – 1927

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The Ray Brothers – Bluebird – 1935

The Reaves White County Ramblers – Vocalion – 1929

Red River Dave – Continental – 1944

Red River Dave with Sula’s Texas Rangers – Continental – 1945

Red River Dave with The Texas Tophands – 1947

Blind Alfred Reed – Victor – 1928

L.K. Reeder – OKeh – 1926

Jack Reedy & His Walker Mountain String Band – Brunswick – 1928

Phil Reeve and Ernest Moody – Victor – 1927

Goebel Reeves The Texas Drifter – Panachoro – 1931

Jim Reeves – Macy’s – 1949

(Jim’s first released single)

Dick Reinhart and His Universal Cowboys – Conqueror – 1941

George Reneau – Vocalion – 1924

Jimmie Revard & His Oklahoma Playboys – Everstate – 1949

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William Rexroat’s Cedar Crest Singers – Vocalion – 1929

Dusty Rhodes – Brunswick – 1929

Rhubarb Red – Montgomery Ward – 1937

The Rhythm Rangers with Brit Wood – Highway – 1949

Hoke Rice & His Hoky Poky Boys – Brunswick – 1931

Ed Rice – Vocalion – 1928

Ralph Richardson – OKeh – 1928

The Ridge Rangers – Range – 1949

The Ridgels Fountain Citians – Vocalion – 1930

George Riley (The Yodeling Rustler) – Perfect – 1930

Skeet Ring & the Hillbilly Swingsters – Fortune – 1949

Jack Rivers & His Muddy Creek Cowboys – Trilon – 1946

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Jack Rivers & His Texas Tornadoes – Trilon – 1946

The Riverside Ramblers – Bluebird – 1937

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The Roane County Ramblers – Columbia – 1928

The Roanoke Jug Band – OKeh – 1930

Shortbuckle Roark & Family – Victor – 1928

Fiddlin’ Doc Roberts – Conqueror – 1933

Dan Roberts and His Home Towners – Perfect – 1932

Edith Roberts – Banner – 1930

Smokey Roberts 101 Ranch Boys – Security – 1947

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The Roberts Brothers Trio – Bel-Tone – 1946

Roberts & Rose – Melotone – 1933

A.C. Eck Robertson – Victor – 1922

Robinson & Holman – Timely Tunes – 1931

Carson Robison – Victor – 1927

The Carson Robison Trio – Conqueror – 1930

Vin Roddie with the Country Gentlemen – Eagle – 1946

Homer Rodeheaver – Victor – 1921

Jesse Rodgers – Montgomery Ward – 1936

Jimmie Rodgers – Victor – 1927

Mrs. Jimmie Rodgers – Bluebird – 1936

The Rodeo Trio – Victor – 1929

The Roe Brothers & Morrell – Columbia – 1927

Cowboy Rogers – Continental – 1944

Ernest Rogers – Victor – 1927

Jesse Rogers & His 49ers – Cowboy – 1948

Judy Rogers – Victor – 1933

Roy Rogers – Decca – 1949

Smokey Buck Rogers & His Four Star Rangers – 4-Star – 1945

Jack Rose – OKeh – 1929

Vincent Rose – Conqueror – 1935

The Rose Trio – Montgomery Ward – 1933

Arthur Ross & His Westerners – Diva – 1929

Jack Ross – Trilon – 1947

The Ross Rhythm Rascals – Decca – 1937

The Rounders – Domino – 1928

Seven Rowe Brothers – Talent – 1949

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The Roxy Male Quartet – Conqueror – 1931

Tommy Ryan – Vocalion – 1937

Rye’s Blue Yodelers (Rye Forrest) – Hot Wax – 1940

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Rye’s Red River Blue Yoldelers – Universal – 1942

The Saddle Dusters – Crystal – 1948

The Saddle Sore Six – Folkraft – 1949

The Saddle Tramps – Vocalion – 1937

Joseph Samuels – Silvertone – 1921

Mack & Jeanie Sanders – Red Barn – 1948

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The Dick Sanford Trio – Bluebird – 1933

J. P. Sauceman – Rich-R-Tone – 1948

Jimmy Saul – 4-Star – 1949

B. E. Scott – Silvertone – 1926

Ramblin’ Tommy Scott – Bullet – 1947

The Scottsdale String Band – OKeh – 1931

Jim Seaney – Challenge – 1928

Harold Selman – OKeh – 1928

Jilson Setters (J.W. Day) – Victor – 1929

The Sheffield Male Quartet – Victor – 1927

The Shelor Family – Victor – 1927

The Shelton Brothers – Decca – 1935

Riley Sheperd & Shorty Long – Hi-Tone – 1949

Arkie Shibley & His Mt. Dew Boys – The Mae-Mae – 1948

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Uncle Joe Shippee – Pathe – 1926

The Short Brothers – OKeh – 1928

Carl Shrum & His Rhythm Rangers – 1948

Walt Shrum & His Colorado Hillbillies – Westernair – 1946

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Bill Simmons & His California Cowboys – Victor – 1931

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Matt Simmons & Frank Miller – OKeh – 1927

Singin’ Sam – Banner – 1932

The Singing Sentinels – Sonora – 1946

Sister Katty Marie with the D. B. Trio – Down Beat – 1946

The Six Westernaires – Black & White – 1945

Asher Sizemore & Little Jimmie – Bluebird – 1934

Jimmie Skinner – Red Barn – 1948

Skyland Scotty – Conqueror – 1935

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Sunny Skylar & The Texas Townsmen – Bullet – 1949

Bob Skyles & The Skyrockets – Bluebird – 1937

Slim Jim & the Vagabond Kid (Ernest & Clarence Iverson) – FM Recording – 1948

Sloane & Threadgill – Brunswick – 1929

(Grandpa) Lester Smallwood – Victor – 1930

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Bedrick Smeage & His Eight Aces – 1948

Roy Smeck and His Tropical Serenaders – Conqueror – 1935

Arthur Smith and His Dixie Liners – Bluebird – 1938

Blaine Smith – Bullet – 1947

Dr. Champion Smith’s Hoss Hair Pullers – RCA – 1929

Hank Smith – Vocalion – 1929

Harry Smith – OKeh – 1928

Jerry Smith with Jack Lester & His Trail Blazers – FM Recording – 1947

(Jack Lester shown)

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Jim Smith & The Buccaneers – Varsity – 1948

Jimmy Smith – Victor – 1926

Joe Smith The Colorado Cowboy – Bluebird – 1934

Kid Smith & Family – Perfect – 1937

Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Hounds – OKeh – 1920

Merritt Smith & Keith Pooser – OKeh – 1929

Ray Smith & His Pinetoppers – National – 1948

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Slim Smith – Victor – 1931

(Bernard Smith)

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Smitty Smith & His Lone Star Rangers – Macy’s – 1949

Smokey Smith & The Gold Coast Boys – Crystal – 1948

Thunder Smith – Gold Star – 1947

Smith & Woodlieff – Gennett – 1929

Smith’s Garage Fiddle Band – Vocalion – 1929

Smokey and Jean – Crystal – 1948

(Most likely Smokey Smith)

The Smokey Mt. Fiddler Trio – Bluebird – 1936

The Smoky Mountain Ramblers – Vocalion – 1930

The Smoky Mountain Twins – Regal – 1927

The Smyth County Ramblers – Victor – 1929

Solomon & Hughes – Victor – 1930

The Songcopators with Virgil Bingham – Bluebird – 1934

Rudy Sooter & His Californias – Black & White – 1946

Eddie Sosby & the Radio Rangers – Melody Trail – 1949

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The South Georgia Highballers – OKeh – 1927

The Southern Melody Boys – Bluebird – 1937

The Southern Moonlight Entertainers – Vocalion – 1930

The Southland Six – Vocalion – 1923

Smith Spadachene – Gold Star – 1949

The Irene Spain Family – OKeh – 1929

The Buddy Spencer Trio – Melody – 1934

Elizabeth Spencer – Banner – 1930

The Spooney Five – Columbia – 1927

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Carl T. Sprague – Victor – 1927

Deuce Spriggens – Coast – 1947

Joe St. Clair The Cowboy of the Air – Bullet – 1948

The Stamps Quartet – Montgomery Ward – 1933

Roba Stanley and William Patterson – OKeh – 1925

The Stanley Brothers – Rich-R-Tone – 1947

The Stanley Trio – OKeh – 1925

The Stapleton Brothers – Victor – 1931

Buddy Starcher & The All Star Round Up – 4-Star – 1946

Billy Starr & The Ozark Champions – Town & Country – 1948

The Steelman Sisters – Melotone – 1937

Steve & His Hot Shots – Victor – 1930

Freddy Stewart & The Sweet Swingsters – Bel-Tone – 1946

Joe Stewart – Talent – 1949

Charles Lewis Stine – Columbia – 1925

Ocie Stockard & The Wanderers – Bluebird – 1938

Lowe Stokes – Columbia – 1928

The Stone Mountain Boys – Supertone – 1930

Cliffie Stonehead & His Band – Bel-Tone – 1945

Ernest Stoneman – Gennett – 1927

Ernest Stoneman & The Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers – Victor – 1928

Ernest Stoneman’s Dixie Mountaineers – Victor – 1929

The Ernest V.  Stoneman’s Trio – OKeh – 1927

The Stoneman Family – Victor – 1930

Willie Stoneman – Gennett – 1928

Stoney & Buster with the Buckaroos – Dude – 1948

Carl Story (The Palomino Kid) – Blue Bonnet – 1948

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Stove Pipe No. 1 – Columbia – 1928

(Sam Jones)

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George Strange & His Memory Ranch Boys – Crystal – 1949

Texas Bill Strength & His Saddlepals – 4-Star – 1949

Billy Strickland – Sylvan – 1949

Uncle “Am” Stuart – Vocalion – 1924

Uncle John Stuart (The One Man Band) – Challenge – 1928

The Stubble Jumpers – Enterprise – 1948

Judge Sturdy’s Orchestra – Victor – 1926

Sunshine Sue & Her Rangers – Astra – 1947

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The Sweet Violet Boys – Vocalion – 1935

(Chuck Hurt Shown)

The Jewel Swift Cowboys – Vocalion – 1939

Milt Taggart’s Eleven Vagabonds – Victor – 1930

Arthur Tanner & His Corn-Shuckers – Columbia – 1927

Gid Tanner – Columbia – 1925

Tin Ear Tanner & His Back Room Boys – Bel-Tone – 1946

(This is Merle Travis)

Jimmy Tarlton & Tom Darby – Melotone – 1933

Taylor and Davis with the Cumberland Ridge Runners – Perfect – 1934

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Dusty Taylor – Westernair – 1947

Jim Taylor & Bill Shelby – Gannett – 1929

Joe Taylor (The Cowboy Auctioneer) & His Tailormades, The Indiana Red Birds – Red Bird – 1949

John Taylor – Victor – 1921

Taylor’s Kentucky Boys – Gennett – 1927

Taylor’s Louisiana Melody Makers – Victor – 1930

The Tennessee Happy Boys – Jewel – 1927

he Tennessee Mountaineers – Victor 1927

The Tennessee Ramblers – Brunswick – 1928

The Tennessee Tooters – Vocalion – 1925

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Tennessee Van & the Cumberland River Boys – Gold Star – 1948

Georgia Boy Terry – Southern – 1945

Norwood Tew (The Old Left Hander) – Bluebird – 1937

Tex Dunn & His Arizona Cowboys – Bluebird – 1938

Tex Slim – Continental – 1944

(Also recorded as “Slim Tex”)

The Texas Night Hawks – OKeh – 1929

The Texas Rhythm Boys – Royalty – 1948

The Texas Round-Up Gang – Blue Bonnet – 1947

The Texas Top Hands – Savoy – 1946

The Texas Troubadours – Bullet – 1946

The Texas Wanderers – Decca – 1939

The Texas Wranglers – Texstar – 1949

The Texstar Playboys – Texstar – 1948

Dick Thomas – National – 1945

Dick Thomas with the Santa Fe Rangers – National – 1947

Ernest Thompson – Columbia – 1924

Floyd Thompson & His Home Towners with Jack Tilson – Vocalion – 1929

Glen Thompson & His Dixie Playboys – Glen Thompson – 1946

Hank Thompson & His Brazos Valley Boys – Capitol American

Uncle Jimmie Thompson – Columbia – 1927

Tommy Thompson & All the Boys – 4-Star – 1949

Fred Thornton & The Sons of the Golden West – Melody Trail – 1949

The Three Little Maids – Conqueror – 1933

The Three Old Cronies – Vocalion – 1926

The Three Tobacco Tags (Crazy Tobacco Tags) – Bluebird – 1938

The Tietge Sisters – Victor – 1927

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Tom and Chuck – Victor – 1931

Tom and Don – Bluebird – 1934

Tom & Jerry – Champion – 1930

Tom and Roy – Bluebird – 1934

Pinky Tomlin – Exclusive – 1949

Tommie and Willie – Champion – 1938

Jed Tompkins – Velvet Tone – 1930

Welby Toomey – Gennett – 1927

The Travelers – Decca – 1935

Tex Travers with Cliffie Stone Orchestra and the Sunshine Girls – Gold Seal – 1947

The Trenton Melody Makers – 1926

Barney Trimble & His Oklahomans – Velvet Tone – 1928

Tumblewee Ludy – Quaker – 1948

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The Tune Wranglers – Bluebird – 1936

The Turkey Mountain Singers – Victor – 1931

Buck Turner – Melotone – 1937

Cowboy Dallas Turner “The Roving Ranger” – Continental – 1949

“Hobo” Jack Turner (Thomas Ernest Hare) – Diva – 1928

Lemmuel Turner – Victor – 1929

Rex Turner & The Westerners – Varsity – 1948

Sid Turner – Perfect – 1924

(This is Vernon Dalhart)

Zeb Turner – Bullet – 1947

Zeke Turner – Savoy – 1946

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The Turney Brothers – Victor – 1929

Bill Tutt – 4-Star – 1948

Wesley Tuttle & His Texas Stars – Capitol Americana – 1947

The Tweedy Brothers – Silverton – 1926

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The Twilight Riders – Varsity – 1949

Johnny Tyler & The Riders of the Rio Grande – Stanchel – 1946

Uncle Buck The Singing D.J. & The Ridge Riders – Range – 1949

Uncle Henry’s Original Kentucky Mountaineers – Capitol Americana – 1947

Jack Urban The Rovin’ Miner – Melotone – 1935

Deacon Utley & the Smile A While Quartet – Columbia – 1948

The Vagabonds – Montgomery Ward – 1933

Val & Pete – OKeh – 1928

Vance’s Tennessee Breakdowners – OKeh – 1927

Barney Vardeman & His Drifting Texans – Macy’s – 1949

The Vass Family – Decca – 1937

Vaughan’s Tex Quartet – Victor – 1930

Al Vaughn – 4-Star – 1948

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Douglas Venable & His Bar-X Ranch Hand – Western – 1946

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Woody Vernon and the Southern Stars – Gold Star – 1947

John Vincent’s Californians – Conqueror – 1929

The Virginia Mountain Boomers – Gennett – 1928

The Virginia Ramblers – Timely Tunes – 1931

Ray Wade & His Rhythm Rangers – Coast – 1945

Hub Wagoner – 4-Star – 1949

George Walburn & Emmett Hethcox – OKeh – 1927

Buddy Walker – 4-Star – 1948

Jimmy Walker & His Western Stars – Coast – 1946

Rembert Wall & His Green Valley Boys – 1949

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Frank (Frankie) Wallace – Conqueror – 1928

Ted Wallace – Conqueror – 1928

Doc Walsh – Victor – 1930

Hank Warner – Conqueror – 1935

Yodelin’ Jimmy Warner – Champion – 1928

Louis Warfield – Paramount – 1928

Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers – Victor – 1929

Cliff Warren – Everstate – 1949

Shorty Warren & His Western Rangers – Cowboy – 1948

The Washboard Wonders – Bluebird – 1936

Ozie Waters & The Colorado Hillbillies – Coast – 1945

The Watkin’s Band – Victor – 1929

Dr. Claude Watson & L. W. McCreigton – OKeh – 1926

Harvey Watson – Challenge – 1927

Larry Wayne & The Sun Valley Pioneers – Cowboy – 1949

Weary Willie – Perfect – 1929

Cowboy Pal Lloyd Weaver – Bullet – 1948

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J. D. Weaver – OKeh – 1925

Lloyd Weaver & His Pals of the Saddle – Blue Bonnet – 1947

Weaver & Wiggins – Broadway – 1927

Jack Web the 101 Ranch Cowboy – Victor – 1930

The Weems String Band – Columbia – 1928

Frank Welling and The Red Brush Rowdies – Paramount – 1929

The Wenatchee Mountaineers – Conqueror – 1934

Billy West & Bob Thomas – Silvertone – 1926

Ed (Jake) West – Challenge – 1929

Kelly West & His Friendly Country Boys – 1947

Otis West & His All Star Cowboys – Dude – 1948

Ted West – Red Barn – 1948

Wayne West with the Frontiersmen – Velvet – 1949

The West Virginia Coon Hunters – Victor – 1927

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The West Virginia Snake Hunters – Brunswick – 1927

The West Virginia Night Owls – Victor – 1928

The Western Aces – Lamb – 1947

The Westernaires with the Cliffie Stonehead Band – Bel-Tone – 1945

The Westerners (Massey Family) – Conqueror – 1937

Paul Westmoreland & His Peco River Boys – San Antonio – 1946

Don Weston with Cal Shrum & His Rhythm Rangers – Westernaire – 1945

Kim Weston & The Barn Dance Gang – FM Recording – 1948

Frank Wheeler & Monroe Lamb – Montgomery Ward – 1934

Bob White – Domino – 1928

George White – OKeh – 1929

Harold White – Conqueror – 1933

John White – Conqueror – 1939

Zeb White – Vocalion – 1928

The Reaves White County Ramblers – Vocalion – 1928

Whitey & Hogan – Cowboy – 1948

Smokey Joe Whitfield – Gilt-Edge – 1945

Ray Whitley – Conqueror – 1935

Smiley Whitley & the Texans – Everstate – 1949

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The J.B. Whitmire Blue Sky Trio – Bluebird – 1939

Henry Whitter – OKeh – 1924

Henry Whitter’s Virginia Breakdowners – OKeh – 1925

The Wiggins Brothers – Brunswick – 1928

Pee Wee Wiley – Gilt-Edge – 1945

Billy Williams and The Pecos River Rogues – RCA Victor – 1945

Jack (Tex) Williams & The Hired Hands – Tops – 1949

Marc Williams – Decca – 1934

Slim Williams with The Sons of the Pioneers – Fortune – 1949

Tex Williams & His Western Caravan – Capitol Americana – 1947

Zeke Williams and His Rambling Cowboys – Vocalion – 1937

The Williamson Brothers – OKeh – 1927

Foy Willing & His Riders of the Purple Sage – Capitol Americana – 1948

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys – Vocalion – 1935

Johnnie Lee Wills & His Boys – Bullet – 1949

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Billy Wilson & The Blue Rangers – Cowboy – 1947

Buck Wilson & His Rangers – Harmony – 1930

(Member Arthur Fields shown)

Charlie Wilson and His Hayloft Boys – Montgomery Ward – 1939

Jimmy Wilson’s Catfish String Band – Victor – 1929

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Happy Wilson & His Golden River Boys – Vulcan – 1948

Tommy Wilson with the Sammy Incardona Orchestra – Gold Star – 1947

The Wisdom Sisters – Columbia – 1927

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J.B. Wise – 4-Star – 1949

Austin Wood & The Missouri Swingsters – Town & Country – 1949

Brit Wood with Cal Shrum & His Rhythm Rangers – Westernair – 1945

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Smokey Wood & His Wood Chips – Bluebird – 1937

Ephram Woodie & The Henpecked Husbands – Columbia – 1929

Sheb Wooley & His Calumet Indians – Blue Bonnet – 1947

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Jimmy Work – Trophy – 1945

Arlene Wright with Shorty Warren – Trope – 1949

The Wright Family – Melotone – 1937

Skeets Yaney & The Ozark Champions – Town & Country – 1947

Jimmy Yate’s Boll Weevils – Victor – 1929

Yorgi Yorgesson – S & G Records – 1949

(Harry Stuart)

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The York Brothers – Universal – 1939

Art Young & His Cactus Kickers – Frontier – 1949

Jess Young’s Tennessee Band – Columbia – 1928

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