Chanteur et Leader Western Swing US.

In the mid-fifties a musician named Tiny Colbert fronted a band that included musicians, Eddie Miller and Durwood Haddock who were destined to become famous song-writers. Colbert played in the Odessa and Lamesa area of West Texas at this time and his band was popular there. Haddock had come into the area to work as a disc jockey at Lamesa, Tx and had first played fiddle with Colbert at Danceland in Odessa in c.1954. There is little doubt that the Tiny Colbert band played a lot of western swing and Haddock seemed to have also been a singer as well as fiddler. He had several 78 rpm releases under the name 'Durwood Daily' back then. Although the band that Tiny Colbert founded in Odessa has been mostly forgotten Miller and Haddock co-wrote the country standard 'There She Goes' and their creation lives on! Eddie Miller also co-wrote another great standard 'Please Release Me' and he also fronted a successful band "Eddie Miller & the Oklahomans". This band also toured Texas and played some western swing

Talents : Vocals

Style musical : Westen Swing

HOLES IN MY SOLES (195?)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10

Singles

1954 SP BLUE BONNET 133 (US) Bumble Bee Baby / One Little Dream
1954 SP BLUE BONNET 137 (US) What's The Use To Go On / Goin' Home Boogie
195? SP BLUE BONNET 150 (US)

Tiny COLBERT & The ENTERTAINERS - I Wish You Felt The Way I Do / Our Own Sweet Baby Boy

195? SP BLUE BONNET 154 (US) Ten In Love / My Heart Belongs To You
195? SP BLUE BONNET 158 (US) Outskirts Of Town / Holes In My Soles
195 SP BLUE BONNET 160 (US) New Joe Turner Blues / Pretty Lady

Rocky Productions 14/12/2012