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Frankie More
Born:  June 22, 1906
WWVA Original Jamboree
WLS Chicago, IL

About The Artist

Born on Uncle Sam Plantation in Louisiana. He first learned to play the guitar and banjo from a worked on the plantation and later learned to sing in the church choir. He travelled to every state in the union with Stock, Variety and Presentation stage shows.

His radio career started back in 1924 over WLS Chicago, Illinois and has since played on both of the major networks. (Both? Think of what we have today...) He was known from coast to coast for his friendly presenation of programs—outstanding in the way he closes his programs

"That's all there is there ain't no more"

"God Willin', we'll be seeing you this same time to-morrow."

You see, Frankie was reared in a strict Christian home—and his faith not only clings—but he is still proud to admit his FAITH.

Frankie managed and produced over a dozen stage and radio shows. At one time he was 'Boss' of the Log Cabin Girls on WWVA (Wheeling, WV) and were '...destined to be one his biggest Successes.'