Chanteur Rockabilly US originaire de Tomahawk (Kentucky).

US Rockabilly singer from Tomahawk (Kentucky).

Talents : Singer

Style musical : Rockabilly, Traditional Country
 

Grandma Rock And Roll (1957)

Turning The Tables (1957)

Polka Dot Bikini No. #2 (1963)

Little Bit Of Love (1963)

Somebody To Love (1965)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000

DISCOGRAPHY

Singles

03/1957 SP DESS 7001 (US) Gene SISCO with The RAMBLIN' RAMBLERS - Block Of Ice You Call A Heart / Grandma Rock And Roll
10/1957 SP DESS 7003 (US) No Use For Me To Cry (Gene SISCO & Homer WOOTEN / Sonny CURTIS - Steel, Roger BOSHIER - Bass) / Turning The Tables (Gene SISCO / Sonny CURTIS - Steel, Roger BOSHIER - Bass)
1963 SP HILLTOP 1888 (US) Gene SISCO & The DEACONS - Polka Dot Bikini No. #2 / Little Bit Of Love
1964 SP CO-DAY 11213/4 (US) G. SISCO - D. BAUMAN - Torchered Man  / Save It
1965 SP Bay Shore 1/2 (US)

Somebody To Love / Help Me To The Door

1966 SP B & 4 817B-9593 (US)

Block Of Ice You Call A Heart / Bar Stool Down At Joe's

1967 SP B & 4 817B-2542 (US)

All I See Is A Prison Cell / Ladder Of Love

1968 SP B & 4 817B-2602 (US)

Drunkards Bad Dream / Please Come Back

1970 ? SP S-E-Y Enterprises ‎SEY-101-45 (US)

Tell Jimmy Daddy Tried / Champion Of Fools

1972 ? SP Triple G 30639/40 (US)

The Devil In Me / Rosieís Bar And Gril




Album

1972 ? LP 12" Triple G RSS 4602 (US)

Coal  Digginí Country Boy - Coal DigginíCountry Boy / How Much More Can I Stand / Half A Mile Down / Champion Of Fools / Iíll Toe The Mark And Walk The Line / Tell Jimmy Daddy Dies / Iím Happy With My Happines Today / Union Trouble At Home / Hello Heartache / One More Round

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