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Tony and Domenic
WWVA Original Jamboree

About the Group

About The Group

They called them the WWVA Jamboree's "wildest comedians". They were said to have done anything for a laugh. And to prove that, the hard falls they took during 1935 "...qualifed them for feature spots on wrestling shows..."

Now if you look at the picture carefully, the one on the right bears an uncanny resemblance to one Frankie More, also of the WWVA at one time and also a promoter of country acts later on. But we found in the 3rd Annual Goodwill Tour guide published by WWVA that Mr. More didn't show up on WWVA's doorsteps until 1936.