5 edition of Louisiana Hayride Years found in the catalog.
September 4, 1999 by St. Martin"s Griffin .
Written in English
|Contributions||Hank Williams (Foreword), Johnny Cash (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Elvis the Louisiana Hayride years ; This book is a nice pictorial display of Elvis's time on the Hayride. The book it's self is really more of a scrap book featuring fan photos, Elvis's Hayride contracts, concert posters, live shots and some Elvis hand written letters to fans/5(3).
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The host of the country music radio program Louisiana Hayrid /5. The result is a new coffee table book -- "Cradle of the Louisiana Hayride Years book, KWKH & The Louisiana Hayride.'' Early years of Shreveport radio Louisiana Hayride Years book and Author: Scott Ferrell. Elvis: The Louisiana Hayride Years is a spectacular chronicle of a rising career.
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February 10th, Andy Hogue 0. The Louisiana Hayride Years book that every country music lover in America will want to read. and Me: Making Musical History on the Louisiana Hayride," and it¿s a tremendously more accurate title than the abbreviated "Louisiana Hayride Years." Although Logan was the guiding light of the show, serving as its creator and producer during its first ten years, his 4/5(1).
Louisiana Hayride: Cradle of the Stars documents the popular Louisiana based Country and Western radio program that played host to some of the first broadcast performances by legends like Hank Williams Sr., Johnny Cash, and George Jones. ELVIS BOOK LOUISIANA HAYRIDE Louisiana Hayride Years book NICE LIKE NEW.
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$ $ + $ Shipping. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not Seller Rating: % positive. Kent is the son of Hayride owner David Kent, and he was present for many of Louisiana Hayride Years book events described in the book. He also is the author of "Elvis: The Louisiana Hayride Years," and has more than ‘The Complete Louisiana Hayride Archives ’ Tracklist First Louisiana Hayride Show - 16th October 1.
Hayride Begins Jingle 2. Introduction/ That's All Right 3. Blue Moon of Kentucky January 15th 4. Hearts of Stone 5. That’s All Right 6. Tweedle Dee January 22nd 7. Money Honey 8.
Blue Moon of Kentucky 9. Louisiana Hayride Show, Wilkie, Saskatchewan. K likes. The Louisiana Hayride was a live radio show which ran from to It started the careers of /5(61).
These 20 CDs comprise over 25 hours of music captured on-stage in the s, ‘50s, and ‘60s at KWKH’s legendary Louisiana Hayride radio show. Staged live in Shreveport, the Hayride featured national country music stars, soon-to-be legends, regional break-outs, and talented : Various Artists.
The Louisiana Hayride - Texas Street, SuiteShreveport, Louisiana - Rated 5 based on 6 Reviews "It is a stepping stone to the Grand Ole 5/5(6). Louisiana Hayride Years book Hayride was a larger venture than the station had previously attempted. The show aired for three hours on Saturday nights and was based Louisiana Hayride Years book KWKH shows from the s, including the station's variety shows and its regionally popular Saturday Night Roundup.
The Louisiana Hayride went on the air on April 3,and was immediately popular. Great book that covers the early years of Presley`s rise to fame with the Louisiana Hayride. Large format folio. pages. Many rare photos of Elvis and the other musicians who worked side by side with him as they toured through mostly Southern states Rating: % positive.
The Louisiana Hayride is on its way back, and in a big way. Arguably the 2nd most iconic and influential music program in country music history, only rivaled in stature by The Grand Ole Opry, it’s been an effort that has lasted over 20 years and seen a major renovation of the radio program’s original home of The Municipal Auditorium in Shreveport, Louisiana that has.
In the mids, Shreveport emerged as a recording and entertainment mecca – largely in part to its popular Louisiana Hayride live radio show that debuted on April 3,on KWKH, a migwatt station reaching 28 states. Bythe program was syndicated on the CBS radio network, expanding its broadcast to affiliates across.
Finally, fifty years after Elvis' first appearance on the Louisiana Hayride a book, documenting the shows from which we all know the recordings, came out. The book is written by Frank Page (announcer at the Hayride) and Joey Kent (owner of the remains of the Hayride) and published by J.A.T.
Publishing. The Louisiana Hayride was the brainchild of Horace Lee Logan, who first became a radio host on Shreveport’s KWKH-AM in at the age of Because most of the talented country artists who got.
The Louisiana Hayride Years: Making Musical History in Country's Golden Age by Horace Logan with Bill Sloan St. Martin's Griffin, pp., $ (paper).
Louisiana Hayride, country music show that aired owatt KWKH radio in Shreveport, Louisiana, from April 3,through Novembermore than straight Saturday three-hour show, performed live in Shreveport’s Municipal Auditorium, was created and hosted by KWKH program director, Horace Logan.
It was also broadcast over CBS. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
The Louisiana Hayride was on each Saturday night from Shreveport, Louisiana on radio station KWKH. It began with an announcement on the local paper on Ma Henry Clay, the general manager of KWKH announced that a new radio.
Enjoy 4 days of non-stop entertainment. Watch 6 World class Elvis Tribute Artist recreate 9 Full Elvis Concerts, A Gospel and Inspirational Performance, A Tribute to the Movie Years, The Leather Special, The Vegas Concerts, The Louisiana Hayride & other Elvis Performance’s that took place in Louisiana.
All backed by a 16 piece band. Also included in the book is an essay on the past, present and future of the Louisiana Hayride written by Maggie and Alton Warwick. Chris Brown, an archivist at Centenary College of Louisiana and co-author of the wonderful Shreveport Songs blog, contributed to At the Louisiana Hayride Tonight, as well.
Page Book. The set also includes a page hard back book with informative text and many rare and new photographs that were due to be shown first, in the upcoming FTD Sun book.
Tracklist. First Louisiana Hayride Show - 16th October 1. Hayride Begins Jingle 2. Introduction/That's All Right 3. Blue Moon of Kentucky.
January 15th The Hayride’s Decennium Tour Opens In Covington In Just Eight Days. February 19th, Jeff Sadow 0 SADOW: Not A Fan Of Bills Changing. Joey Kent is an expert on The Louisiana Hayride, with critically acclaimed books, CDs and articles to his credit. He lectures on Hayride history and is a popular interview subject.
Joey is also the author of “Elvis: The Louisiana Hayride Years”. He is an archivist, historian and public speaker. On a Saturday night inHank Williams stepped onto the stage of the Louisiana Hayride and sang Lovesick Blues. Up to that point, Williams's yodeling style had been pigeon-holed as hillbilly music, cutting him off from the mainstream of popular music.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold, Book Vinyl release of The Complete Louisiana Hayride Archives on Discogs/5(16). On a Saturday night inHank Williams stepped onto the stage of the Louisiana Hayride and sang "Lovesick Blues." Up to that point, Williams's yodeling style had been pigeon-holed as hillbilly music, cutting him off from the mainstream of popular music.
Taking a chance on this untried artist, the Hayride--a radio "barn dance" or country music variety show. Courtesy of Noel Memorial Library- Louisiana State University in Shreveport. KWKH Radio Station. Unidentified. T he Louisiana Hayride was a radio barn dance broadcast from Shreveport’s Municipal Auditorium between and The show is perhaps most famous for spotlighting two icons of post-World War II American popular music—Hank Williams and Elvis Presley—at.
KWKH radio announcer Frank Page introduced Elvis on his first radio broadcast from the Louisiana Hayride inside Shreveport, Louisiana's Municiple Auditorium, Octo He left Memphis on a.
The Louisiana Hayride collection documents radio history in Shreveport, Louisiana, with emphasis on the Louisiana Hayride country music program. Major topics include the earliest radio broadcasts in Shreveport, the founding and growth of KWKH radio under owner/broadcaster W.K. Henderson, and legendary performances from the Louisiana Hayride program, which was.
The Louisiana Hayride came along 20 years after the Grand Ole Opry had set up in Nashville, Tenn. The Opry was already in the s seen as the establishment - conservative, ripe for some upstart. Read this book on Questia. Louisiana has swept America's first dictatorship into history.
Twelve years ago its people went on a spree--a Louisiana hayride for. New life for the Louisiana Hayride in the form of a box set. It's called "At the Louisiana Hayride Tonight" -- 20 CD's with 25 hours of broadcasts across the show's lifespan, featuring Author: TW Starr. Year of the Louisiana Hayride Adam Duvernay, [email protected] Published p.m.
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"Louisiana Hayride" performed by Nanette Fabray and the Chorus in the musical film “The Band Wagon ()”.Comes in an LP-sized box with a page hardcover book (also LP-sized) with in-depth notes about the shows, download pdf artists and the songs. The book also contains a detailed Louisiana Hayride timeline, plus rare pictures and contemporary advertisements, posters and flyers.
The CDs are housed in digipacks inside the box (2 CDs per digipack)/5(9). In ebook massive new disc, song compilation titled At The Ebook Hayride Tonight, Bear Family Records offers a deep dive into the show's ghts include an unreleased recording of Williams performing "I'm A Long Gone Daddy," the full set containing the famous moment where Hayride emcee Horace Logan announced, "Elvis has .