Hillbilly-Music.com - Keeping Country Music History Alive
Hillbilly-Music Folio Display

Who Carl Kramer
What Carl Kramer; country musician; Country Boy Eddie show
When March 14, 2008
Where Cullman, AL

Graveside services for Carl B. Kramer, 85, of Cullman will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, March 15, 2008, at Cullman Memory Gardens, Floyd Bradford officiating.

Moss-Service Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Kramer died Tuesday, March 11, at Cullman Health Care and Rehab. He was born on Oct. 31, 1922, to Simon Joseph and Barbara Hubert Kramer. He was an assistant surveyor.

He was also a talented musician. He played guitar and traveled extensively with numerous bands throughout the West in the 1940s and 1950s. He appeared on WBRC on The Country Boy Eddie Show. He played at numerous clubs in the southeast during the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.

He taught guitar lessons to many young and young at heart individuals over the past 50 years. His students and many friends now live in every state except Alaska and Hawaii and most still kept in touch with visits and cards.

Carl played the banjo, fiddle, steel guitar, electric guitar and acoustic guitar.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and two brothers, Henry Kramer and Frank Kramer.

Survivors include five nieces, Barbara (Jerry) Rucker of Mt. Olive, Deloris (Bill) Farris of Adamsville, Brenda (Jerry) Quick and Martha (Tom Baty) Morgan, both of Cullman and Karen (Stan) Arrington of Odenville; a nephew, Simon Kramer of Cullman; two great-nephews; eight great-nieces; six great-great-nephews; six great-great-nieces; and one great-great-great-nephew.

Visitation from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.

Note: User registration may be required to read this or any article on some news media sites. You are under no obligation to provide any news media site with any relevant information and we encourage the use of an email address that you want spam/advertisements sent to in such situations.)

Contact Cullman Times
Cullman Times


Yes, Hillbilly Music. You may perhaps wonder why. You may even snicker. But trust us, soon your feet will start tappin' and before you know it, you'll be comin' back for more...Hillbilly Music.

Hillbilly-music.com ...
It's about the people, the music, the history.