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  1. Kazicage Reply
    Listen to albums and songs from Johnny Bond. Join Napster and access full-length songs on your phone, computer or home audio device.
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    by Vinyl and shellac by Starday. Empty Saddles - Johnny Bond - The Singing Cowboy Rides Again by CMH Records. Tomorrow Never Comes by Johnny Bond - Topic.
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    Regional success followed, and a move to Hollywood came in , where they appeared in a Roy Rogers film, Saga of Death ciemunhandrickpebondhenamortoheadli.xyzinfo landed a spot on Gene Autry’s CBS Melody Ranch radio show in and stayed together until Wakely’s solo career took off. Meanwhile, they pulled a clever musical scam: they recorded for Decca as the Jimmy Wakely Trio and for Columbia as Johnny Bond & the.
  4. Taumi Reply
    Country Music Hall of Famer Johnny “The Singing Cowboy” Bond (1st of June - 12th June ) and his band the Red River Valley Boys are prime examples from the days when jazz informed “hillbilly” music (or maybe it was the hillbilly informing the jazz). Born Cyrus Whitfield Bond in Enville, Oklahoma, he learned ukelele and guitar headed to Oklahoma City as a teen to play dances and.
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    Find Johnny Bond discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases The Man Who Comes Around: Starday Records Branded Stock of Johnny Bond: Starday Records Johnny Bond Rides Again: Shasta .
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    Songs; Johnny Bond, vocals and guitar. Description: 1 audio disc (28 min.): analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in. Contents: Oklahoma hills --Tomorrow never comes --I'll step aside --I wonder where you are tonight --Red River Valley --Rainbow at midnight --Hot rod Lincoln --Fort Worth jail --Cimarron --Time changes everything --Oklahoma waltz.
  8. Yozshugal Reply
    Johnny Bond covered Tennessee Saturday Night, The Tiajuana Jail, A Petal from a Faded Rose, Chattanooga Choo Choo and other songs. Johnny Bond originally did Tennessee Saturday Night, The Deadwood Stage, A Petal from a Faded Rose, Chattanooga Choo Choo and other songs. Johnny Bond wrote Tomorrow Never Comes, I Wonder Where You Are Tonight and I'll Step Aside.
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    Between and , Johnny Bond was a regular on the California TV series Town Hall Party. He was also its writer. He and Ritter formed the song-publishing company Vidor Music. Bond continued to work as a musician as well, touring as a member of Autry's band.