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Texas country singer Tony Douglas entertained five decades worth of fans, scoring hit singles and albums along the way both with his band the Shrimpers and later on his own. The Versatile Tony Douglas first appeared in 1969. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Paula Records Studio Masters. This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue master source. It may contain noise, distortion or other artifacts, and may also contain audio which is limited in bandwidth or dynamic range, due to the technology used at the time of its original creation
278. Tony Douglas & His Shrimpers. Title (Format) Heart (7", Promo). Category Country Year.
On his return to America Douglas landed a spot on the Cowtown Hoedown, a weekly live show broadcast by KCUL from Fort Worth, Texas. He recorded his first single "Old Blue Monday" for the show's own name label, and shortly afterwards was invited to join The Louisiana Hayride in 1957. He remained a popular live attraction until the venerable show's closure three years later. The last of these, "Shrimpin'", became a local hit in 1961 and earned the combo the nickname Tony Douglas And The Shrimpers. Douglas made his national breakthrough on Vee Jay Records, reaching the country Top 30 with "His And Hers", but the label's bankruptcy precluded the singer earning any royalties. An album of the same name later appeared on Sims Records, but despite further releases for Paula Records Douglas remained absent from the charts for the rest of the decade.
Tony Douglas (April 12, 1929 – January 22, 2013) was an American country music singer based in Athens, Texas, United States. His song "Shrimpin'" (1961) led to the formation of Tony Douglas and the Shrimpers. Douglas reached the top 30 on the Billboard country chart with "His And Hers", and then "Thank You For Touching My Life" (1973), "My Last Day", and "If I Can Make It (Through The Mornin')" (1975). Douglas had suffered from lymphoma. He died in 2013 at the age of 83.
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