Gene Boone: One Man Band

Title

Gene Boone: One Man Band

Description

Gene Boone records himself singing and playing instruments for his sister, Hazel Rhymer, and her husband, Johnny Rhymer. The first minute of the recording features Gene Boone greeting Hazel, reminiscing about Farmer's Federation picnics, describing the instruments he uses in recordings, and providing music for Bob Ponder's music store in Fletcher, North Carolina and Country Earl's restaurant in Glenville, North Carolina. Side A includes songs such as "Burglar Man" and "Cold, Cold Heart." Side B includes a medley of patriotic and military songs and songs such as "Hillbilly Fever" and "Why Don't You Haul Off And Get Religion" among others.

Subject

Musicians -- North Carolina, Western
Country music
Gospel music

Format

mp3
Sound recordings

Extent

00:24:57 (Side A)
00:24:42 (Side B)

Language

English

Type

Sound

Identifier

825_TAPE_12_SIDE_A_GeneBoone_onemanband_MA

Coverage

North Carolina, Western

Rights Holder

Appalachian State University

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Collection

Citation

“Gene Boone: One Man Band,” Appalachian State University Libraries Digital Collections, accessed September 18, 2021, https://omeka.library.appstate.edu/items/show/46491.