Elvis, Hank, and Me by Horace Logan
Making Musical History on the Louisiana Hayride

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Horace Logan is a living, breathing repository of country-music history. In the 1940s and '50s, Logan was the producer, emcee, talent boss, and chief architect of the Louisiana Hayride, the radio show that came to be known as the Cradle of the Stars. In his new book, Logan recalls Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and dozens more country-music giants who got their big break on the show.

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Published June 1, 1998 by St Martins Pr. 274 pages
Genres: History, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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From Hank Williams to Slim Whitman to Johnny Cash to the one and only Elvis, this recollection of country music greats is a real foot-stompin— treat.

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In The Quotable King (Cumberland House, $8.95, 188895244X) Elvis's words pop-out as categorized by Elizabeth McKeon and Linda Everett in chapters such as Early Elvis, Meet the Press, and Elvis on Elvis.

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