Harmonica participant in the first twentieth century who all became the Grand Ole Opry’s initial major superstar. He discovered the harmonica at age three, developing his exclusive sound while during intercourse suffering from polio. He became a member of the Grande Ole Opry when it had been still the fledgeling WSM Barn Dance plan on an similarly fledgeling NBC Radio Network. He was the main one to gold coin the show’s brand-new name. He was created in Smith State, Tennessee, the grandson of slaves. He and Roy Acuff, another Grande Ole Opry superstar, toured together.