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Slim Carter
Born:  February 1, 1917
WWVA Original Jamboree
KTFI Twin Falls, ID
WCHS Charleston, WV
WCMI Ashland, KY
WKBN Youngstown, OH
WKST New Castle, PA
WMAN Mansfield, OH
WADC Akron, OH (1932)
WJW Cleveland, OH (1932)
WMMN Fairmont, WV (1934)
WWVA Wheeling, WV (1941)

Slim Carter was once on WWVA's Jamboree out of Wheeling, West Virginia. There, he met his wife, a gal known as "Brown Eyes" and later they became a performing team, Brown Eyes and Slim Carter and even won a popularity contest.

In 1950, he was being managed by Tim Spencer of Hollywood. He had also just recently recorded a few tunes for the MGM record label. In the band accompanying Slim on those recordings were a couple of legends, Merle Travis and Eddie Kirk. Those recordings were, "Penny Postcard", "Waltz for Two Broken Hearts", "Hungry Hearts", "I Would Send Roses".

He had also just signed an exclusive contract with Hill and Range Songs.

Credits & Sources

  • Country Song Roundup No. 5; April 1950; Charlton Publishing Corp.; Derby, CT.

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Rec. No. Side Song Title
  10513 A Hungry Heart
  10513 B I Would Send Roses (But They Cost Too Much)
  10619 A A Penny Post Card
  10619 B A Waltz For Two Broken Hearts
  10688 A I'm Walkin' On A Rainbow
  10688 B I'm Painting The Town With Tears
  10812 A A Million Blue Tears
  10812 B It's Hard To Say Good-Bye

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