Guitariste Rockabilly US né Arthur Countryman, le 18 Mai 1938 à Kinsley (Kansas). Freddy Countryman a enregistré chez WED/ Western et La Rae Records. Il est décédé le 21 Juin 2009.

US Rockabilly guitarist born Arthur Countryman on May 18, 1938 in Kinsley, the son of John D. and Ardis Cornell Countryman. He lived most of his life in Kinsley. He graduated from Kinsley High School in 1956. He was an Army veteran. Freddy was employed as a pattern maker for Douglas Aircraft in Los Angeles for 15 years. He then became a self-employed contractor in Kinsley. His true passion was guitar and played in several bands. One of his recordings was featured as a Billboard Magazine Top 10. He was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Freddy Countryman  passed away on Sunday, June 21, 2009.

Talent : Guitar, Vocals

Style musical : Rockabilly

FREDDY'S POLKA (1958)

BACK UP AND PUSH (1962)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10

DISCOGRAPHY

Singles

10/1958 SP PROTONE TT-204-R (US) I Can't Help It (Mike CALLAHAN with FLEET & FREDDY) / Foolish Dreams (Mike CALLAHAN with Fleet TOMLISON & Freddy COUNTRYMAN)
1958 SP PROTONE TT-205-R (US)

Pad (instr.) (FLEET & FREDDY) / Freddy's Polka (Freddy COUNTRYMAN)
11/1961 SP WESTERN W.E.D. 21 (US) FREDDY & LONIE - Allen's Way (instr.) / Wildwood Flower (inst.)
03/1962 SP W.E.D. 23 (US) Back Up And Push (instr.) / The Raven (instr.)
1962 ? SP W.E.D 102 (US) Flight U-2  (inst.) / Downtown (instr.)
1962 ? SP WESTERN W.E.D. 106 (US) Cocaine Blues / ?
05/1962 SP WED 124/5 (US) The Big Itch (FREDDY & The RAVEN'S) / Another Love (instr.) (FREDDY & The RAVENS)
196? SP LA RAE 501 (US) FREDDY & LONNIE - Hot Doggin' (instr.) / The Falcon (instr.)



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