Stuart Hamblen (born Carl Stuart Hamblen; October 20, 1908 – March 8, 1989) was an American entertainer who became one of radio's first singing cowboys in 1926, going on to become a singer, actor, radio show host, and songwriter, later undergoing a Christian conversion and becoming a Temperance movement supporter and recurring candidate for political office. He is best known as the composer of the song This Ole House (1954), most notably recorded by Rosemary Clooney and Shakin' Stevens.
Stuart Hamblen (born October 20, 1908, Kellyville, Texas, USA - died March 8, 1989, Santa Monica, California, USA) was an American singer and songwriter. He was one of radio's first singing cowboys, and later became a Christian songwriter, temperance supporter and recurring candidate for political office. En Grupos: The Cowboy Church Sunday School. Variaciones: Verlas todas Stuart Hamblen.
Stuart Hamblen - When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder. This 'Ole House - The Story Behind The Song Told By Stuart Hamblen. 1954 HITS ARCHIVE: This Ole House - Stuart Hamblen ( C&W hit). Many times his drinking landed him in jail for public brawling and other destructive behavior.
Stuart Hamblen (October 20, 1908–March 8, 1989), born Carl Stuart Hamblen, was one of American radio's first singing cowboys in 1926, and later became a Christian songwriter, temperance supporter and recurring candidate for political office.
Stuart Hamblen was American radio's first singing cowboy in 1926, and later became a Christian songwriter, temperance supporter and recurring candidate for political office. Hamblen was born to the family of an itinerant Methodist preacher on 20 October 1908, in Kelleyville, Texas, USA. He married to Suzy Daniels and fathered two children with her. Hamblen's father was Dr. J. H. Hamblen, a minister in the Methodist Church in Texas, who in 1946 founded the Evangelical Methodist Church denomination in Abilene, Texas. From 1931-52, Hamblen had a series of highly popular radio programs on the West Coast of the United States. He was the first artist signed by Decca Records in 1934.
Features Song Lyrics for Stuart Hamblen's Singing Cowboy album. 1. This Ole House Lyrics. 2. Open Up Your Heart (And Let The Sun Shine In) Lyrics. Stuart Hamblen Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Stuart Hamblen became one of American radio's first singing cowboys in 1926, going on to become a singer, actor, radio show. He subsequently gave up gambling and horse racing, and entered Christian broadcasting with his radio show
Writer: Stuart Hamblen, Composers: Stuart Hamblen. 03. The Lord Is Counting on You. The Cowboy Church Sunday School. Writer: Stuart Hamblen, Composers: Stuart Hamblen. 04. Go on By. 05. The Little Black Sheep.
The name alone evokes a big, beefy hard-livin' type and that's exactly what Stuart Hamblen was. Popular for singing hits like "My Mary" and "Texas Plains" during the '40s, Hamblen was also cast as the ranch "tough" in many cowboy flicks of the era, as his reputation with the bottle served him well . .Hamblen, however, eventually found God and left country music altogether, opting to host an . based radio show, named with Hamblen's trademark flare, The Cowboy Church of the Air. ~ Steve Kurutz.
|A1||It Is No Secret||7:19|
|A2||My Religion's Not Old Fashioned||2:03|
|A3||Do You Know Jesus?||3:13|
|A4||Friends I Know||2:14|
|B1||This Ole House||8:45|
|B2||Keep This In Mind||2:58|
|B3||I've Got So Many Million Years||1:39|
|WDS 3007||Stuart Hamblen||The Cowboy Church (LP)||Word||WDS 3007||UK||1973|