(1927 – 2012)
Kenny Roberts (Oct. 14, 1927 - ) was a country music singer, born in Lenoir City, Tennessee, but raised on a farm outside of Greenfield, Massachusetts.
He started in music at the age of 11, when he organized a band comprised entirely of young harmonica players. Later, he learned to play guitar and then bass fiddle and violin. He was inspired by Yodeling Slim Clark, Jimmie Rodgers and other singing cowboys and was known as a blue yodeler.
Roberts learned to yodel… read more
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