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Glen (The Lonesome Mountaineer) Ramsey

Back in 1953, Glenn was working in Asheville, North Caorlina and they called him "The Lonesome Mountaineer". They mentioned that his musical philosophy came from a feeling that music was down from the heart.

He worked for radio station WLOS in Asheville at the time and they wrote that "...his sincere, down-to-earth singing style has won him a large number of supporters". At the time, he was hoping to hook up with a band to be able to do personal appearances and meet the fans in person.

Credits & Sources

  • Country Song Roundup No. 23; April 1953; American Folk Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT

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