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Louise Massey
Born:  August 10, 1902
Died:  June 22, 1983
WLS National Barn Dance

About The Artist

Her name was Louise Massey Mabie, but was called Louise Massey. She performed with the group called the Westerners. Grew up with her family on a ranch in New Mexico. Said to have been riding the range at an age when most girls were just learning to stand up on their roller skates.

They said she knew how to handle a rope and had won several prizes in fancy riding at southwestern rodeo events.

Timeline and Trivia Notes

  • Dot and Allen Massey, both of the Westerners were her brothers.
  • Married to Milt Mabie, also with the Westerners
  • Daughter, named Joy
  • Was 14 years old when she won her first horse race at a Texas rodeo

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

 
Columbia
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  20117 A My Adobe Hacienda
  20117 B Starlight Schottische
  20135 B Honey Song
  20249 A Goin' Down To Santa Fe Town
  20249 B Riding Down The Old Texas Trail
  20252 A Mistakes
  20252 B Tears On My Pillow
  20331 A Quiera Mi Jesusita
  20331 B Beer And Skittles
  37332 B Starlight Scottische
  37631 B When White Azeleas Start Blooming
  37653 B Tears On My Pillow
  37744 B Ye Old Rye Waltz
  37754 A Beer And Skittles
  37754 B Quiera Mi Jesusita


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