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Lonesome George and the Eubanks Brothers

About The Artist

Lonesome George and the Eubanks Brothers were a hillbilly act that were performing over radio station KUOA out of Siloam Springs, Arkansas in 1952. The act was said to be quite talented and were composers and arrangers as well as vocalists and musicians. Their show as on three days a week at 6:45pm.

Songs attributed to them include:

  • Lost Highway No. 2
  • Lonesome Moon
  • Our Last Goodbye Has Been Spoken
  • There's No tomorrow For Me

Timeline and Trivia Notes

Group members included:

  • Lonesome George, emcee
  • Martin Eubanks
  • Jim Eubanks

Credits & Sources

  • Cowboy Songs No. 23; November 1952; American Folk Publications; Derby, CT

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