Hank Snow

Hank Snow

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Description
Born Clarence Eugene Snow (1914-1999) and known as "The Singing Ranger," Hank Snow possessed one of the most distinctive voices and styles in country music. Rooted in the folk songs of his native Canada, Snow's music included the "blue yodels" of his idol Jimmie Rodgers, cowboy songs, Tin Pan Alley standards, and songs written by himself and other Nashville tunesmiths. In 1951, he and Anita Carter hit the record charts with "Bluebird Island" and its B-side, "Down the Trail of Achin' Hearts."
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
photograph
print
2003
maker
Horenstein, Henry
Place Made
United States: Tennessee, Nashville-Davidson, Grand Ole Opry
Associated Place
United States: Tennessee, Nashville-Davidson, Ryman Theater
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 8 in x 10 in; 20.32 cm x 25.4 cm
ID Number
2003.0169.053
accession number
2003.0169
catalog number
2003.0169.053
Credit Line
Horenstein, Henry
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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