Clarence Ganus

Gospel, Country Vocals, Songwriter Ganus Brothers Quartet

Born: July 13, 1910 Searles, AL

Lived in Birmingham, AL

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

 

In 1910, Clarence Ganus was born in Searles, Alabama. He is most famous for writing "Take A Cold Tater And Wait", and "Sleeping At The Foot Of The Bed".

Source: http://www.takinthecountryback.com/2008/07/july-13-in-takinthecountrybackcom.html

 

The traditional Civil War ballad "The Dying Soldier", also known as "Brother Green"--The second known recording was made by a singer called Clarence Ganus, who was born July 13, 1910, in Searse, Alabama. He recorded "The Dying Soldier" in 1929 for Vocalion. Another version was waxed by the famous Carter Family for Montgomery Ward in the mid-1930s.

Source: http://hillbillycountry.blogspot.com/2010_11_01_archive.html

 

My Sunny Alabama HomeClarence Ganus

Listen: http://www.juneberry78s.com/otmsampler/169%20Clarence%20Ganus%20-%20My%20Sunny%20Alabama%20Home.mp3

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