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Shorty Warren
and the Western Rangers
Born:  May 15, 1913
Died:  August 12, 2005
WAAT Jersey City, NJ

About The Artist

They called him the "Eastern King of Western Swing". He and his group were the featured act at Shorty's club, "The Copa Club" that was located in Secaucus, NJ. Around 1953, they had their own television show over WATV in Newark ever Sunday. They also had their own radio show over WAAT every Saturday. Shorty was said to have done his recording for Rita Records.

Along about 1948, Shorty Warren and the Western Rangers were playing at stint at The Sequoia Club in Staten Island, NY.

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

 
London
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  16027 A I Thought She Was A Local (But She Was a Fast Express)
  16027 B Stop That Wedding
 
Rita
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  102 A Back In '52
  102 B Hecklin' Blues
  115 A 25 Chickens, 35 Crows
  115 B Oh She's Gone Gone Gone
 
Yale
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  580 A Sweetheart In The Rockies
  580 B Down Echo Valley
  581 A You Can Lay An Egg
  581 B On A Ranch In Montana
  583 A Eileen
  583 B Trail To Her Heart
 
Trope
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  5154 A Back In The Good Old Days (w/Arlene Wright Trio)
  5154 B Springtime In The Rockies (w/Arlene Wright Trio)
 
Folkcraft
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  101 A How Can I Live (w/Texas Jean Valli)
  101 B A Million Years (w/Texas Jean Valli)
  1071 A Old Joe Clark
  1071 B Jessie Polka Square Dance
  1317 A Red River Valley
  1317 B Bell Bottom Trousers


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