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Oklahoma Sweethearts
KXLA Pasadena, CA

About The Group

The Oklahoma Sweethears were a sister act. Their real names were Jean and Jane Leeper and were both from Oklahoma.

Their parents gave them their first music lessons. Their first professional appearance was over radio station KVOO in Tulsa, Oklahoma as tiny kids in a Christmas "playlet". An article we found in the Sept/Oct 1949 issue of Country Song Roundup mentions they were appeared on the "Briar Hoppers" and the "WLS National Barn Dance". And also had their own show called "Cross Road Symphony", but no mention of what network or station that it originated from.

Both were said to be about five feet seven and having light brown hair and blue eyes.

Sound Sample—(YouTube Video Format)


Have You Ever Been Lonely

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

 
Capitol
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  1455 A Little Miss Mischief
  1455 B Somewhere In Old Wyoming
  1564 A Call Me Sweetheart
  1564 B Don't Steal Daddy's Medal
  40024 A Remember Me
  40024 B I Won't Care
  40053 A When You�re Out Cheating With Somebody Else
  40053 B The Ties That Bind Have Been Broken
  40070 A A Bridal Bouquet
  40070 B Have You Ever Been Lonely
  40105 A I�ve Got A Heart (That�s Broken In Two)
  40105 B Sewing Patches On My Heart
  40124 A I Won�t Be Waiting For You
  40124 B If You Don�t Love Me
  40134 A (I�ve Been Lonely) Ever Since You Went Away
  40134 B Somewhere In Utah
  40288 A Hopalong Cassidy
  40288 B I Didn�t Mean To Cry
 
Capitol Americana
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  40053 A The Ties That Bind Have Been Broken
  40053 B When You're Out Cheating With Someone Else
  40070 A Have You Ever Been Lonely
  40070 B A Bridal Bouquet


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