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Tex Fletcher (1910–1987)

Tex Fletcher was born Geremino Bisceglia in Harrison, New York, the fifth of eight children. His parents, Michael (a stonemason) and Josephine, were Italian immigrants. Tex left home at age 15, joined a circus and traveled across the US and Canada. He settled in South Dakota, where he learned to handle horses and cattle, becoming a "real" cowboy. ... See full bio »

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Six-Gun Rhythm
Six-Gun Rhythm Tex Fletcher
Down on the Barn
Down on the Barn Guitar Player


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 1938 Down on the Barn (Short)
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 1939 Six-Gun Rhythm (performer: "There's a Cabin in the Valley", "When I Get Back on the Range", "They Won't Stretch My Neck If I Know It", "Git Along Little Doggies", "Lonesome Cowboy")

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He joined ASCAP in 1950, and his chief musical collaborators were Leonard Whitcup, Richard Kuhn, and George Henkel. His popular song compositions include "Lyin' Lips", "Holdin' Hands", "Will Bill Hickok", "Butterfingers", "Pearls and Wine" and "The Wall You Built". See more »


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