(1912 – 1996)
Daffan played steel guitar with bands in the Houston area before starting his own band, Ted Daffan and His Texans. As a band leader, he pioneered the use of the steel guitar as a lead instrument and in solos, a departure from the traditional fiddle sounds used by most country bands. Daffan's clean, distinctive sound – which combined blues and swing – and his songs influenced artists for years to come.
Like "Born to Lose," a number of Daffan… read more
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