The Black Ace - Teardrops To Reality
A meaningful thread in the fabric of Alberta, Canada’s music tapestry was the Jimmie Rodgers-style balladeer Allan M. Kirby, known to radio listeners of the 1930s and live audiences through the 1970s as “The Black Ace Yodeling Hitch Hiker.” Long a fixture at the Calgary Stampede, Kirby was a prodigious songwriter. Thanks to the dedication of Kirby’s daughter Marie, this compendium of his words put to fresh melodies (and some of his own) has been issued, providing “new” entries into the general Western...
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