Chanteur Country US born Joseph Lee Franklin, le 8 Juillet 1929 à Avery County (Caroline du Nord). Joe Franklin a enregistré chez Blue Ridge, MGM, Mercury et Renown Records. Il est décédé le 22 Mars 2001 à Asheville (Caroline du Nord).

US Country singer born Joseph Lee Franklin, July 8, 1929 in Avery County (North Carolina). Joe Franklin recorded at Blue Ridge, MGM, Mercury Records and Renown. He died March 22, 2001 in Asheville (North Carolina).

Talents : Vocals

Style musical : Traditional Country, Rockabilly, Rock 'n' Roll

There'll Be No Wedding Bells For Me (Joe Franklin & His Mimosa Boys)

Half Hearted Love (1953) (Joe Franklin & His Mimosa Boys)

If I Could Just Make It In (1953 ?) (Joe Franklin & His Mimosa Boys)

Hillbilly Boy (1953) (Joe Franklin & The Mimosa Boys)

Hitch-Hikin’ Blues (1953) (Joe Franklin & The Mimosa Boys)

Dance Me To Death (1958) (The Hi-Liters / lead Vocals by Joe Franklin)

Cha Cha Rock (1958) (The Hi-Liters / lead Vocals by Daryl Petty)

Swanee River Rock (1960) (Joe Franklin with The Hi-Liters)

The Belle Of Tennessee (1960) (Joe Franklin with The Hi-Liters)

 

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10

DISCOGRAPHY

Singles

1953 SP BLUE RIDGE 401 (US) Joe Franklin & His MIMOSA BOYS - There'll Be No Wedding Bells For Me / Half Hearted Love
1953 ? SP BLUE RIDGE 202 (US) Joe Franklin & His MIMOSA BOYS - If I Could Just Make It In / ?
1953 SP MGM K-11612 (US) Joe Franklin & The MIMOSA BOYS - Hillbilly Boy / Hitch-Hikin’ Blues
06/1958 SP MERCURY 71342X45 (US) Dance Me To Death (The Hi-Liters / lead Vocals by Joe Franklin) / Cha Cha Rock (The Hi-Liters / lead Vocals by Daryl Petty)
10/1959 SP RENOWN RA-113 (US) Joe Franklin With The Hi-Liters - Who Put The Pep In The Punch / True Blue
1960 SP RENOWN RA-114 (US) Joe Franklin With The Hi-Liters - Swanee River Rock / The Belle Of Tennessee





Unissued Track

1958 MERCURY unissued - (Ace CD 708 (#9)) Big Bad Wolf (The Hi-Liters)

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