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Red Sovine
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    (July 17, 1918-April 4, 1980)
    Born in Charleston, West Virginia
    Born Woodrow Wilson Sovine
    Nicknamed ‘King of the Narrations’
    Albums include ‘Giddy Up Go,’ ‘Phantom 309’ and ‘Teddy Bear’
    Singles include ‘Why Baby Why,’ ‘Giddy Up Go,’ ‘Phantom 309,’ ‘It’ll Come Back,’ ‘Daddy’s Girl,’ ‘Teddy Bear’ and ‘Little Joe’
    He was nicknamed ‘The Old Syrup Sopper.’
    On the pop charts, he was a one-hit wonder.
    He suffered his fatal heart attack while driving a van through Nashville on Good Friday.
    And he has his own… YouTube channel!
    So-VINE — pretty simple and straightforward, right?
    He was born into poverty.
    He learned guitar from his mother.
    He specialized in spoken-word truck-oriented material.
    He replaced Hank Williams Sr., who would go to the Grand Ole Opry, on the Louisiana Hayride (1949; he joined the Opry seven years later).
    Following his death, it became a tradition to advertise his greatest hits collection – ‘The Best of Red Sovine’ – on television, for new generations.

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