Fiddler Country US né le 24 Juillet 1918. Casey Clark est décédé le 21 Août 1999. Il fut élu au Michigan Country Music Hall Of Fame en 1972.

US Country fiddler born July 24, 1918. Casey Clark died Aug. 21, 1999. He was elected to the Michigan Country Music Hall Of Fame in 1972.

Talents : Fiddle, Leader

Style musical : Traditional Country, Hillbilly Boogie

LOST JOHN (1956)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10 20

DISCOGRAPHY

78 t. & Singles

1952 ? SP F. J. C. 1676 5US)

My Lonely Heart (Casey CLARK & The LAZY RANCH BOYS) / Vocals : Ray MORRISON) / Honeymoon Express (Casey CLARK & The LAZY RANCH BOYS) / Vocals : Hank WINTERS)

1954 78 t. BOULEVARD 101 (US) Casey CLARK & His LAZY RANCH BOYS - Out Of The Darkness / Chockin' The Reeds
05/1956 SP SAGE & SAND 45-220 (US) Lost John (Casey CLARK & The LAZY RANCH BOYS) / Vocals by Barefoot BROWNIE with Quartet) / Pot Of Gold (Casey CLARK & The LAZY RANCH BOYS / Vocals by Herb WILLIAMS)
1957 SP SAGE 45-237 (US) Casey CLARK & His LAZY RANCH BOYS - Blues Stay Away From Me / Much Too Much
1957 SP SAGE 45-243 (US)

Evelyn Harlene with Casey Clark’s Band - I Wanta Be Free / I've Got The Blues

05/1959 SP SAGE 45-293 (US) Evelyn Harlene with Casey Clark’s LAZY RANCH BOYS - Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye / I Was Number One
1964 SP Happy Hearts HH-145 (US)

Paul Franklin with Casey Clark & His Lazy Ranch Boys - Big House / Suddenly - You're Gone




Album

1963 LP 12" Crown CLP 5334 (mono) / CST 334 (stereo) (US)

In Memorial To Lonnie Barron - Country Music Star - Lonnie Barron with Casey ClarkEvelyn Harlene - Casey Clark & The Lazy Ranch Boys : Lost John / Pot Of Gold / Okie Jones with The Lazy Ranch Boys : Could You, Would You / Casey Clark & The Lazy Ranch Boys : Much Too Much / Evelyn Harlene : Oregon Home / Lonnie Barron with The Farm Boys : Sentimental Me / You're Not The First Girl / Lonnie Barron : Don't Doubt My Love / Please Blue Heart / Teenage Queen

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