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Tiny Scott
and His Westerners
CKLB Oshawa, ON

He was born Walter M. Scott, but Canadian country music fans knew him as Tiny Scott, one of their finest fiddle players.

By 1954, he had his own group, Tiny Scott and his Westerners.

For a time, he had a show over radio station CKLB out of Oshawa, Ontario in Canada.

His personal appearance tours up to that time included such venues as the Oshawa Valley, the Maritimes, the King's County Fair in Sussex, New Brunswick.

Other notable venues he appeared at included the Palace Pier and the Canadian Legion Hall in Toronto. He also appeared at another famed Toronto venue, the Door Lounge.

Credits & Sources

  • Cowboy Songs; No. 31; January-February 1954; American Folk Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT

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