About The Artist
Lindy Rose was just a 22-year old talented singer entertaining audiences in the Hollywood, California area in 1954. She was no stranger to attention by that time. When she was just three, she began singing and yodeling, then two years later, took up acrobatic dancing. When she reached twelve years of age, she had mastered the accordion.
She also was a prolific songwriter, said to have written over 100 tunes by 1954.
She was a guest artist with Andy Parker and his Plainsmen and Ted Johnson's Westerners.
To give us an idea of what tunes she was noted for, a 1954 article mentiones her most requested tunes were "Kaw-Liga", "Diesel Smoke" and "Walkin' to Misouri".
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