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Sam & Kirk McGee

One of the oldest acts on the Grand Ole Opry were Sam and Curt McGee, true Tennessee Mountaineers, who started with WSM around 1929. They did many recordings for the RCA Victor Company back then and were one of the most popular acts on the early Grand Old Opry. Sam also teamed up with Uncle Dave Macon.

Credits & Sources

  • The Vagabonds, Herald, Dean, Curt, Old Cabin Songs No. 3; Forster Music Publisher, 1934, Chicago, Illinois.

Appearance History This Month
 
April 19, 1952
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville, TN
Grand Ole Opry - Soltice

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Recordings
 
Decca
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  5348 A Brown's Ferry Blues
 
Vocalion
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  05150 A Salty Dog Blues
  05150 B C-H-I-C-K-E-N Spells Chicken
  05167 A Old Masters Run Away
  05167 B Someone Else May Be There
  05170 A Ragged Jim
  05170 B Rufus Blossom
  05171 A The Tramp


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