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Dottie West
Born:  October 11, 1932
Died:  September 4, 1991
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Appearance History This Month

July 4, 1965


Roanoke, VA
Dottie West

July 5, 1965


Kernersville, NC
Dottie West

July 10, 1965


McMinnville, TN
Dottie West

July 12, 1965


Chicago, IL
Dottie West

July 13, 1965


Manchester, MD
Dottie West

July 18, 1965


Port Arthur, TX
Dottie West

July 22, 1965


Toronto, ON
Dottie West

July 24, 1965


Schoeneck, PA
Dottie West

July 25, 1965


Culpepper, VA
Dottie West

July 30, 1965


Laurel, MS
Dottie West

July 31, 1965


Augusta, GA
Dottie West

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Buy this Book
Country Sunshine
The Dottie West Story
By Judy Berryhill and Frances Meeker
Eggman Publishing
1995
128 Pages
ISBN:  1886371083
 

Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

 
RCA Victor
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  47-8590 A No Sign of Living
  47-8590 B
  8900 A Mommy, Can I Still Call Him Daddy
  8900 B Suffertime
  9011 A What's Come Over My Baby
  9011 B How Many Lifetimes Will It Take
 
Starday
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  517 A Angel On Paper
  517 B No Time Will I Ever
  547 A I Lost, You Win, I'm Leavin'
  547 B I Should Start Runnin'
  574 A My Big John
  574 B Men With Evil Hearts
  724 A I'd Be Lying
  724 B Walking In The Dark


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