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Bill Carlisle

Nation musician through the 1940s and 1950s who was simply inducted in to the Nation Music Hall of Popularity. His tune “What Kinda Offer Can be This” charted at #4. He began performing within the 1920s on regional r / c before launching his single debut one, “Rattlesnake Daddy,” in 1933. He developed an alter ego persona known as Popular Shot Elmer for the WNOX displays Mid-Day Merry-Go-Round and Tennessee Barn Dance. His old brother is vocalist Cliff Carlisle who he sang with early in his profession. His strike 1952 tune, “Too Aged to Slice the Mustard,” was included in Rosemary Clooney.

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