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Birth Date July 28, 1948, Inez, Kentucky
Silver Hair, Blue eyes, 6' 5"

Hack and the 57s record for the "Rockabilly Hall of Fame Label" the 2002 country CD "Branded Country" is on the new "Keep It Country Label" a division of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame [] and the Traditional Country Hall of Fame. Those of you that have bought CDs or visited Hack's RHOF site will notice a different cover and name for my country CD, this decision was made after signing with the Label.

Music Stats and Brief History

1966 to 1970 played the dives and honky tonks.

1970 to 1977 with the John Moore Agency, Columbus, Ohio

1972 signed with Sandcastle Records, New York City and released 9,999,999 Tears produced by Razzy Bailey also recorded at Studio One , Doraville, Ga with producer Steve Clark

1979 recorded album at Gusto Starday studio with producer Tommy Hill

1980 recorded You been on my mind all the Way for Door Knob records, Gene Kennedy producer

1985 released Slowmotion album produced by Tommy Hill also released single Leavin's on your Mind on the Hillton Label in Nashville, TN

1998 rockabilly CD Everything's Cool produced by Tommy Hill on the Rockabilly Hall of Fame Label

2001-2002 country CD Branded Country produced by Don Bradley on Keep it Country record Label

1977-1991 at R.L Leggett's Nashville Sound and Walt Page's West Texas Music Club in Atlanta, GA as a house band. Opened for "Vern Gosdin, Billy Joe Royal, Joe Stampley, Johnny Paycheck, David Allan Coe, Razzy Bailey, Pretty Miss Norma Jean and J. D. Sumner with the Stamps". Doug Stone, Kathy Hill and Stephanie Bentley were in Hack's group

Moved from Cartersville, GA to Kingman, AZ in 1995 where he live with his wife Carol from Chepstow, Wales.

Member of the River Cruizers car club of Bullhead City, AZ and Route 66 Riders M/C club in Kingman

Hobbies: '55 Chevy Bel Air and '75 Chevy Caprice Classic Convertible

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  • Posted April, 2002            "Traditional Country Hall of Fame" Home Page