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Andy Doll
Born:  March 5, 1921
Died:  October 3, 1984
KOEL Waterloo, IA

About The Artist

Andy Doll was a rural school teacher at one time til he decided to be a hillbilly entertainer. Around the late 1950s, early 1960s, he had his own radio show over KOEL out of Iowa.

Credits & Sources

  • Portions of Discography Listing courtesy of Hillbilly Reasearcher Team; Tricker, Turner and Sax

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Hub City - The Andy Doll Band

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

Rec. No. Side Song Title
  101/103 A Rollin Rhythm
  101/103 B Hey Ba Ba Re Bop
  102/104 A Have I Lived (This Way Too Long)
  102/104 B Jeanie
  2-109 A The Butterfly
  2-109 A Hawaiian War Chant
  6636 A The Banjo Waltz
  6636 B Bugle Blues
  8320 A Why
  8320 B Soon
  AD-0989 A Letters Have No Arms
  AD-0989 B Stockade Rock
  K80W 3408/9 A Sandy Haired Stranger
  K80W 3408/9 B Wild Side Of Life
  L07W 4783/4 A Wild Desire
  L07W 4783/4 B Wait
  L7OW 4627 A Boogie Walk
  L7OW 4628 B Yankee Rouser
  L7OW 4785 A Send Her Back To Me (v/Gene Jay)
  L7OW 4787 B Have I Lived (v/Gene Jay)
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  345 A You Can’t Stop Me From Dreaming
  345 B That’s Life (Ho Ho)
  587 A Honey Dew
  587 B Goodbye Mary Ann
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  E3KW-6345 A Goofus
  E3KW-6345 B Steel Guitar Rag

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