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The Westerners w Louis Massey, My Gal on the Rio Grande,The Santa Fe Trail

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The Westerners w Louis Massey, My Gal on the Rio Grande,The Santa Fe Trail

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Thursday 8 1934 Conqueror (1928 - 1941)

8434 C808=1 Westerners w Louis Massey, My Gal on the Rio Grande

(Chicago) 11/8/1934

Vocal with Instrumental Accompaniment

The Westerners with Massey Family

 

C809=2 The Santa Fe Trail

(Chicago) 11/8/1934

Louise Massey (born Victoria Louise Massey: 10 August 1902 – 20 June 1983 in San Angelo, Texas), American singer and songwriter born in Midland, Texas. At the age of 15, Louise married Milton Mabie, who also joined the group

In 1930, the quintet known as "the Westerners" included Louise, Curt and Allen Massey, Milton Mabie, and Larry Wellington, who had replaced Henry Massey. Louise, with her flamboyant Spanish-style costumes, became the focal point of the act and received lead billing.

In the early 1940s, the Westerners were "well known for numerous radio appearances" and were appearing on Plantation Party broadcasts three nights a week. Louise Massey recorded for several record labels including Vocalion Records, OKeh Records, and Conqueror Records.

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