In 1947, Pee Wee Miller was a member of the WFIL Hayloft Hoedown. The radio
show was heard each Saturday night at 10:30pm. When he was with them at the
time, they wrote he had started his career some 12 years earlier in Canada,
his native land.
He was a singer who could play the guitar and bass. Was said to have been
featured on radio stations in the northeast in Boston, New York and Philadelphia.
He had been with the Hayloft Hoedown for about a year when the article was
written and had become a recent member of the "Sleepy Hollow Ranch Gang", too.
After his stint in the military service for World War II, he restarted his
career in New York at the Village Barn.
Credits & Sources
- Song and Picture Barn Dance Magazine, Issue No. 3, 1947; published
by Song and Picture Barn Dance Magazine, Chicago, IL.