Hurshul Clothier and his Oklahoma Travers enjoyed a reputation as one of the leading
dance bands in the southwest.
In 1955, they were appearing daily over radio station KSIW out of Woodward, Oklahoma,
which is a bit northwest of Oklahoma City.
They also worked at KGEO, a television station in Enid, Oklahoma - due north of Oklahoma City.
On Saturday nights, Hurshul and the gang were appearing in Arnett, Oklahoma at was
said to be the biggest dance event in the western part of the state.
As you might expect, they made numerous personal appearances. They were entertaining
fans in Southern kansas, the Texas panhandle area and western Oklahoma.
Timeline & Trivia Notes
- Hurshul Clothier, lead and fiddle
- Gary Bloxsom, Steel guitar
- K. R. Henry, lead guitar, vocals
- Jerry Barnett, rhythm guitar and lead vocals
- Red Stevens, bass fiddle and comedy
- Billy Lane, drums
- Jo Ann Cramer, piano and vocals
Credits & Sources
- Country Song Roundup; No. 41; November 1955; American Folk
Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT