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  1. Jun 26,  · In the Jailhouse Now #2-Jimmie Rodgers by Kyle Johnson. Jimmie Rogers: My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans() (Jimmie Rodgers - California Blues) by xxxMarnixxx.
  2. May 26,  · Jimmie’s fame quickly grew, leading to a string of hits, television guest appearances, world tours, and even a short-lived budget-starved TV series, “The Jimmie Rodgers Show.” “I was.
  3. Jimmie Rodgers - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (Windmills Of Your Mind) by Tedrick Leong. Jimmie Rodgers - If I Were The Man (Child Of Clay) by Tedrick Leong. Jimmie Rodgers - I Wanna Be Free - by philsmusic JIMMY ROGERS - " YOU'RE THE ONE " by jnorman
  4. James Charles Rodgers (September 8, – May 26, ) was an American singer-songwriter and musician who rose to popularity in the late s. Widely regarded as "the Father of Country Music", he is best known for his distinctive rhythmic emfolpartlictioplos.wabnostneltagsgasidedenbuconkinghind.infoinfol for a music star of his era, Rodgers rose to prominence based upon his recordings, among country music's earliest, rather than concert.
  5. Sep 12,  · 5 things to know about Jimmie Rodgers, 'The Father of Country Music' Born in Meridian, Mississippi in , Jimmie Rodgers was known as 'The Singing Brakeman' or 'The Blue Yodeler.'.
  6. Jimmie was the youngest of three sons of Aaron Woodberry Rodgers, who had moved from Alabama to Meridian to work as foreman of a railroad maintenance crew. In , his mother Eliza (Bozeman) died (probably from tuberculosis), and following his father’s remarriage, in , he and elder brother Talmage went to live with their Aunt Dora, who.
  7. Remembered for a few singing hits of the late 50s and early 60s, Jimmie managed to prevail but at a much slower pace. He was born September 18, in Camas, Washington, a few months after beloved Country Music Hall of Fame singer Jimmie Rodgers (known as .
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