Jimmie Rodgers (2)


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Years active 1957-2010? See J. Rodgers

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Camas, Washington, USA

Born September 18, 1933 (age 85 [2018])

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Jimmie Rodgers (2)

  James Frederick Rodgers aka Jimmie Rodgers (2)

 (born September 18, 1933, Camas, Washington) is an American singer. Rodgers had a brief run of mainstream popularity in the late 1950s with a string of crossover singles that ranked highly on the Billboard Pop SinglesHot Country and Western Sides and Hot Rhythm and Blues Sides charts; in the 1960s, Rodgers had more modest successes with adult contemporary musicHe is not related to the earlier country singer Jimmie C. Rodgers, who coincidentally died the same year the younger Rodgers was born. Among country audiences, the younger Rodgers is often known as Jimmie F. Rodgers to differentiate the two.

Career: Rodgers was taught music by his mother, learned to play the piano and guitar, and joined a band called "The Melodies" started by violinist Phil Clark, while he served in the United States Air Force in Korea.  Like a number of other entertainers of the era, he was one of the contestants on Arthur Godfrey's talent show on the radio. When Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore left RCA Victor for Morris Levy's company, Roulette Records, they became aware of Rodgers' talent and signed him up. … Read all the original text here >>> Jimmie Rodgers (2)

Collectors Gold Vol 13 [1993]

Honeycomb - 1957

Soldier Won’t You Marry Me - 1957

Oh Oh, I’m Falling In Love Again - 1957

Bimbombay - 1957

Woman From Liberia - 1957

Honeycomb Vol.2

Froggy Went A-Courtin’ - 1961


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