Chanteur Country US né Harvey Chambers le 25 Avril 1916 à Alexandria (Louisiane). Il a enregistré chez Jet et Goldband Records. Harvey Chambers est mort à 41 ans d'un cancer du poumon le 18 Janvier 1958 à Alexandria (Louisiane).

US Country singer born Harvey Chambers, April 25, 1916 in Alexandria, Louisiana. He wrote and recorded music with his wife Mattie Chambers. In 1955 they did one of their first recordings on the Jet label in Hollywood, California, owned by country singer Bennie Hess. The two songs released was Gumbo Jubilee & Crawfish Gumbo, both uptempo hillbilly.
They had song writing contracts with Acuff Rose Publishing Company and always wrote their own songs. The most succesful song they wrote was a tune called "Big Sandy" that was recorded by Little Jimmy Dickens in 1956.
Like many country singers in the late 1950s Harvey Chambers decided to try his hand at Rockabilly music and In 1957 he recorded his most famous songs, "New Way Rockin" & "Girl In Red Blue Jeans" on Goldband records in Lake Charles, Louisiana. On these songs Chambers is playing lead guitar and singing as Hopeless Homer.
Harvey Chambers died at age 41 from lung cancer, January 18, 1958 in Alexandria, Louisiana.

Talents : Vocals, Guitar, Songwriter

Style musical : Traditional Country, Rockabilly

GUMBO JUBILEE (1955) (Harvey Chambers)

CRAWFISH GUMBO (1955) (Harvey Chambers)

New Way Rockin (1957) (Hopeless Homer)

The Girl In The Red Blue Jeans (1957) (Hopeless Homer)

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11/1955 SP JET 1923 (US) Harvey Chambers his Southland Guitar & Bayou Strings - Gumbo Jubilee / Crawfish Gumbo
04/1957 SP GOLDBAND G-1040 (US) Hopeless Homer - New Way Rockin / The Girl In The Red Blue Jeans

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