Jimmy Driftwood-Americana
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* THE JIMMY DRIFTWOOD PRIMER, A BIOGRAPHY by Richard Kent Streeter. Born in an Ozarks Mountain cabin, Jimmy walked fourteen miles a day to attend high school. He later became a schoolteacher, an RCA Victor recording star, performed at Carnegie Hall, and was a member of the Grand Ole Opry. He wrote such notable hits as The Battle of New Orleans, Tennessee Stud, The Wilderness Road, He had A Long Chain On, Damyankee Lad, Howdy Neighbor Howdy and dozens more.
____ This is the story of his family, his recordings, awards and official appointments. And, at last, in one place, the story of the historic Rackensack Folklore Society, Arkansas Folk Festival, Ozark Folk Center, Blanchard Springs Caverns, Buffalo National River and the Jimmy Driftwood Barn.
____ Photos, illustrations and a unique "resumé" provided to the Grand Ole Opry. 74 pages, paperback. Regular $10.00

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* Book is in the "American Folklife Center" at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. via Prater's Mill Foundation, Inc. & Congressional Local Legacies Project.



Last updated 11/08/2013

Jimmy Driftwood-Americana
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