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Cousin Emmy (1903–1980)

Popular radio country music singer of the 1940s and 1950s, Cousin Emmy seldom recorded but was a top draw on the live country music circuit. Famous for his mastery of the banjo, one of Emmy's most famous songs "Ruby Are You Mad" topped country charts in 1971 in a remake by Buck Owens. See full bio »

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Known For

Festival Herself
Swing in the Saddle
Swing in the Saddle 'Cousin Emmy"
The Second Greatest Sex
The Jack Benny Program


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 1955 The Second Greatest Sex
Cousin Emmy (as Cynthia May Carver)
 1944 Swing in the Saddle
'Cousin Emmy"
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 1944 Swing in the Saddle (performer: "You're the Dream, I'm the Dreamer", "By the River Sainte Marie", "Free Little Bird", "Rocky Hills Blues" - uncredited) / (writer: "Free Little Bird", "Rocky Hills Blues" - uncredited)
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 1967 Festival (Documentary)
 1962 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series)
- Jack Takes in a Boarder (1962) ... Herself
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 1993 The Women of Country (TV Movie)

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Cynthia May Carver

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