Yellow Rose Of Texas

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Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you so much Chrisann for the feature in the group Weekly FUN for all Mediums!

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you Kristina for the feature in the group Austin Texas iPhone Cases.

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you so much Robert for the feature in the group Nature Photography. :>)

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you so much Nadine and Bob for the feature in the Artists news group. :>)

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you so much Sandra for the feature in the group Memories and Nostalgia. :>)

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you so much Michael for the feature in the group Artistic Innovations!

Lawrence, ka - United States

HOW COULD I NOT?

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you for the feature in the Why Not Group!! :>)

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you Jim for the feature in the group Comfortable Art. :>)

Statesboro, GA - United States

I remember them all too! I loved Roy and Dale. From The Yellow Rose of Texas to Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer! What a fun trip down memory lane!! Your comments are always so much fun! Thank you!!

Lawrence, ka - United States

I remember Gene well. Born in Texas, working for the railroad in Oklahoma and singing on the platform while waiting for the train. Heard by Will Rogers who told him to take his act to Hollywood which he did big time. Left in 1942 to fly C-46s over "The Hump" (the himalayas) India to China through mountains some of which were twice as high as the service ceiling on a C-46. The route was paved with downed airplanes. He gave all his salary to the Army/Navy relief fund. He was a rare bird. An enlisted Pilot with three stripes. When he left Hollywood to go to war the studio hired a different singing cowboy. His name was Roy Rogers for $75.00 a week. His wife (Dale Evans) made $150,00 dollars a week. He bought "Trigger" his horse from the studio on the payment plan. (best money he ever spent) Trigger was a Stallion never gelded, but was gentle when children were placed on his back. When Gene came back he bought a radio station which became a major TV station and the California Angels. When he died he was worth about $300,000,000.00 dollars. So much for a "Good old Boy" who killed about a fifth per day when he came home from war. Gene also sold one hell of a lot of records including "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer." His pronunciation of the lyrics was one of the best ever.

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you for the feature in the group Beauty. :>)

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you Ricky for the feature in the group Texas Brand Art. :>)

Statesboro, GA - United States

Thank you Dora Sofia for the feature in the group Visions of Spring. :>)

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