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Tommy Sosebee
Born:  May 23, 1923
Died:  October 23, 1967
KWTO Ozark Jubilee
Renfro Valley Barn Dance
WSM Grand Ole Opry
KWTO Springfield, MO
WBT Charlotte, NC
WCON Atlanta, GA
WFBC Greenville, SC
WRDV Augusta, GA

About The Artist

Tommy Sosebee was from Greenville, South Carolina. Prior to 1955, he was a member of the WSM Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. By the mid-1950s, his career had taken him to Springfield, Missouri and was making regular appearances on the ABC network show, "The Ozark Jubilee".

Tommy's first hit record was "Til I Waltz Again With You".

He was married and had four kids.

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

Rec. No. Side Song Title
  61406 A Time
  61406 B That's What I Call Love
  64026 A Old Kentucky Waltz
  64026 B I Thought I'd Die (Till You Came Back To Me)
  64030 A My Tears Are Still Falling For You
  64030 B (I Don't Care) If The World Ends Tomorrow
  64062 A Dream Baby
  64062 B Columbus, G.A.
  64065 A Take Me Lord
  64065 B God Walks These Hills With Me
  64071 A I'm So Lonesome
  64071 B You Can't Erase My Memory
  64080 A She's My Easter Lily
  64080 B Easter Parade
  64087 A Mail Order Kisses
  64087 B You're Always Brand New
  64094 A The Singing Hills
  64094 B You're Fixin' To Break My Heart
  64097 A Wedding Blossoms
  64097 B Homesick, Lonesome And Sorry
  64102 A No Good Without You
  64102 B Year After Year
  64107 A New Year Bells
  64107 B Winter Wonderland
  64110 A Don't Trade Your Love For Gold
  64110 B If You Don't Believe I'm Leaving
  64120 A How Can You Smile
  64120 B Don't Waste Your Tears
  64134 A Many Miles
  64134 B Pretty Little Girl
  64144 A Savior Of The Rugged Cross
  64144 B The Lord Lives At Your House
  64154 A Love Is Deeper Than Pride
  64154 B Nervous Feeling
  64158 A Honky Tonk Waltz
  64158 B Love Me
  64164 A The Barber Shop Boogie
  64164 B Anywhere, Anyplace, Anytime
  64183 A If I Give My Heart To You
  64183 B Don't Count Me Out
  9-61330 A I May Be Lonesome
  9-61330 B Sittin' In The Backseat Of Your Heart

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