July 11, 2017 @
Really love this article. I, too, believe in preserving the pioneers of Country music, and I am making sure they are not forgotten! One of those pioneers is Redd Stewart, Pee Wee King’s Golden West Cowboy, who was inducted into Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame way back in 1970. He was one of the first to be inducted. We have built a tribute site to him, along with the pioneers that started Country music many, many years ago, and have been tossed aside. Hope you will visit our site: http://www.reddstewart.com
PS Not sure if Jeffrey Steele remembers, but we met him at the Music Garden Dedication in (2009) – Billy Stewart, Redd’s son was the one that escorted Patti Page to the stage for Tennessee Waltz, the song his dad co-wrote with Pee Wee King in 1948.
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