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That made me famous. Lol

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Bopping.org identifies this shot from the WDXI-AM Studios Mid-1950s as Earl White (fiddle), J. O. White (mandolin) Howard Curley Griffin (singer/guitar), Bill Wallace (guitar), ??? (steel), David (bass).  Curley Griffin, the credited co-writer with Carl Perkins of Boppin the Blues and Dixie Fried, had a show at WDXI-AM and singer-band leader.

Bopping.org identifies this shot from the WDXI-AM Studios Mid-1950's as Earl White (fiddle), J. O. White (mandolin) Howard "Curley" Griffin (singer/guitar), Bill Wallace (guitar), ??? (steel), David (bass). Curley Griffin, the credited co-writer with Carl Perkins of "Boppin' the Blues" and "Dixie Fried," had a show at WDXI-AM and singer-band leader. ... See MoreSee Less

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James Earl was from Savannah and was married to cousin. He went on to play over 50 years on the Grand Ole Opry every Friday and Saturday night. He died a couple of years ago. His wife Anita does not have this picture. Thank you for posting it.

Howard Curley Griffin (Disc Jockey at WDXI-AM in Jackson, TN) is the credited co-writer with Carl Perkins of Dixie Fried and Boppin the Blues 
According to bopping.org the photo from the Mid-1950s shows Curley Griffin, Earl White, Helen Griffin, David, Charlie Rhodes.

Howard "Curley" Griffin (Disc Jockey at WDXI-AM in Jackson, TN) is the credited co-writer with Carl Perkins of "Dixie Fried" and "Boppin' the Blues"
According to bopping.org the photo from the Mid-1950's shows Curley Griffin, Earl White, Helen Griffin, David, Charlie Rhodes.
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