Title: Western Dance In Hi-Fi
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Dave Stogner and The Western Rhythmairs hosted a show at the Big Fresno Barn Dance for more than ten years in the 1950s. Stogner recorded for Four Star Records, Decca and Mosrite Records. He co-wrote the song Black Cat Stomp with Joe Holley. Stogner and his band appeared on television and radio shows throughout the San Joaquin Valley including a show on Channel 17 in Bakersfield in the early 1960s. Stogner was elected to the Western Swing Hall of Fame in Sacramento in 1988. National and Regional Sponsors During the 1950s Dave Stogner and his band hosted TV shows in Fresno. His show on the ABC affiliate station was sponsored by Coca-Cola exclusively. During that time Coke sponsored Dave's show on the west coast and The Eddie Fisher Show on the east coast. Regional sponsors included Dave's own brand of western style boots, "The Official Dave Stogner Boot".
David Stout "Dave" Stogner (1920–1989) was one of the premier Western swing musicians playing on the West Coast. Known as the "West Coast King of Western Swing", Stogner moved to California to pursue a musical career with the encouragement from fellow Texan, Milton Brown. Although famous for his long-time big band, The Western Rhythmaires, his first band was called The Arkansawyers.
Stogner visited Nashville, Tennessee, striking up friendships and working relationships with many noted country music artists, some of whom he booked into the Big Fresno Barn where he was a big local favourite. Playing mainly in the western swing mode of musicians such as Milton Brown and Bob Wills, Stogner’s band started out as a quintet but later became a septet. Stogner chose to stay close to Fresno, playing the Big Fresno Barn weekly throughout the 50s and he also had a five-times weekly television spot in the region. One of Stogner’s two sons is Daryl Stogner, who played in his father’s band for several years, and later embarked on a solo career.
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American Hi-Fi is the debut studio album by American rock band American Hi-Fi. It was released on February 27, 2001, by Island Records. It features the successful single "Flavor of the Weak. The album peaked at on the US Billboard 200 and stayed on the charts for 25 weeks. The album went on to sell over 750,000 copies that year and the band toured with artists like Elvis Costello, Matchbox Twenty, Sum 41, and Bon Jovi and was followed by a worldwide tour.
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If nothing else, they'll give your hi-fi a workout and, hopefully, broaden your musical horizons at least a little. MORE: The best tracks to test your music system. Radiohead – Hail To The Thief (2003). Astonishingly, she ended up recording her vocals for the album in a single hour-long session. Bach here gave solos to each orchestral family of instruments, so in hi-fi terms it's about as comprehensive a workout as you'll find in terms of detail and tonality. Like this? Try Beatrice Rana Prokofiev & Tchaikovsky Piano Concertos. Percy Sledge – The Percy Sledge Way (1967).
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Songwriter – Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell ParishViolin – Joe Holley
Songwriter – Duke Ellington
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Songwriter – Cliff Friend, Dave FranklinVocals – Dave Stogner
Songwriter – Joe Bishop, Woody Herman