Sunday, November 30, 2008

Reverend F.A. & Mary Roberts on Heaven's

Reverend F.A. & Mary Roberts
32867 - Heaven Was There / Without Him
32868 - Let The Spirit Descend / I'm Building A Bridge
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Produced by Clarence Jackson's Ent., Moncks Corner, South Carolina.

Back in 1951, Clarence Jackson and his Carolina Wranglers were entertaining fans over radio station WJAY in Mullins, South Carolina. Clarence was known as "Carolina's King of the Steel Guitar". Clarence was appearing on WJAY in two different shows. He had a disc jockey show called "The Old Tobacco Barn" that was on from 5:00am to 9:00am each morning.

Later, the late Clarence "Hound Dog" Jackson had a daily radio show in the 1960s on WBER-AM in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, on which he occasionally played with a backup band including William "Hot Wire" Smith on steel guitar.

Clarence "Hound Dog" Jackson

In 1995, he privately published his autobiography titled "Ole Buttermilk and Green Onions : The Good and Bad Times"


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