Mac Curtis


Birth name, Wesley Erwin Curtis, Jr. aka Mac Curtis

always klick on pic’s.

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

Born Jan. 16, 1939, Died Sept. 16, 2013 (aged 74), Weaterford, Texas


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Mac Curtis   Mac Curtis


Wesley Erwin "Mac" Curtis, Jr. (January 16, 1939 – September 16, 2013) was an American rockabilly musician.


Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Curtis began playing guitar at the age of 12, entering local talent competitions. In 1954, his family moved to Weatherford, Texas, and while there he formed a band with two classmates, Jim and Ken Galbraith. They played at school events, but during one of the events, their show was shut down due to sexually suggestive on-stage movements.[1] Instead, the group played locally, and in 1955 they were offered a deal with King Records, who released their debut single, "If I Had Me a Woman


Original release  KING 45-4927 (US) 05/1956

This release, repro KING K-4927 [1975?]

Just so you call me  //  If I had me a woman

If I Had Me a Woman - 1956

Original release  KING 45-4995 (US) 11/1956

This release, repro KING K-4995 [1975?]

That ain't nothin' but right  //  Don’t you love me

That Ain’t Nothin’ But Right - 1956

More Mac Curtis   King K-5059 ’57  &  King K-5107 / K-5121 ’58

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