THE RANDOLPH FAMILY
THE RANDOLPH FAMILY
Author: CHRIS HUSKEY
Pages: 204
Language: English

The Randolph Family is the inspiring story of pioneer country music entertainer Norman Randolph who contracted tuberculosis while in his mid-twenties, but formed his own family band before his three oldest children were even teenagers. Beginning in late 1939, the group played at Tennessee radio stations WROL, Knoxville- WHUB, Cookeville- and WNOX, Knoxville, before disbanding at WDOD, Chattanooga over a decade later. The book also covers the history of country music in Knoxville during the 1940’-s, and includes more than 100 vintage photographs..

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