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Southland Echoes - Pgm 49-19

November 10th, 2008

Note:  This program contains racial stereotyping themes that may be offensive to some listeners.

A listener to the blog emailed me to let me know of his interest in the history of the "Grand Ol' Opry" and his delight in hearing "Southland Echoes", which features Opry performers Jam-up and Honey.

So, let's give another episode a spin from the series.  Program 49-19, probably syndicated in 1949, includes "Right Will Always Win" and "I've Changed My Mind", sung by the Homeland Harmony Quartet and "My Little Yoho Lady" and "At the Old Barn Dance" performed by the Jones Sisters.  Jam-up and Honey do a comedy routine about a horse that one sold to the other.

The show, originally sponsored by Black Draught Laxative and Cardui for Women, was transferred from an original red vinyl transcription from the Nelson Chesman Company, Chattanooga.

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  • R. T. McMunn

    I enjoyed the program very much. Brou8ght some old memories. Thanks!

    Jun 3, 2010 at 10:21 pm
  • chuck devore

    i realy liked the radio skow and liked the theme song that came on with it i use to be able to play it but cant remember how it goes, i know it was played in E chord

    May 22, 2012 at 9:01 am