Colonel Jack and Shorty's Hillbillies

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


9855. Colonel Jack and Shorty's Hillbillies. April 1934. Program #12. Crazy Waters Company syndication. Sponsored by: Crazy Mineral Water. The program claims to originate from the Crazy Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas. It was actually recorded in New York City. The Crazy Orchestra, The Crazy Trio, Colonel Jack, Shorty's Hillbillies, Shorty Fincher, Sue Fincher, Rawhide Fincher, Jimmy Maze, Eddie Ross. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

9853. Colonel Jack and Shorty's Hillbillies. April 1934. Program #9. Crazy Waters Company syndication. Sponsored by: Crazy Mineral Water. The program claims to originate from the Crazy Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas. It was actually recorded in New York City. The Crazy Trio, Jack Amlon, Colonel Jack, Shorty's Hillbillies, Shorty Fincher, Sue Fincher, Rawhide Fincher, Jimmy Maze, Eddie Ross. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

9854. Colonel Jack and Shorty's Hillbillies. April 1934. Program #10. Crazy Waters Company syndication. Sponsored by: Crazy Mineral Water. The program claims to originate from the Crazy Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas. It was actually recorded in New York City. The Crazy Orchestra, The Crazy Trio, Colonel Jack, Shorty's Hillbillies, Shorty Fincher, Sue Fincher, Rawhide Fincher, Jimmy Maze, Eddie Ross. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

5507. Colonel Jack and Shorty's Hillbillies. April 1934. Program #16. Crazy Waters Company syndication. Sponsored by: Crazy Water Crystals. The program claims to originate from the Crazy Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas. It was actually recorded in New York City. The first tune is, "The Hog Trough Reel." Colonel Jack, Shorty's Hillbillies, The Crazy Orchestra, The Crazy Trio, Shorty Fincher, Sue Fincher, Rawhide Fincher, Jimmy Maze, Eddie Ross. 13:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5506. Colonel Jack and Shorty's Hillbillies. April 1934. Program #14. Crazy Waters Company syndication. Sponsored by: Crazy Water Crystals. The program claims to originate from the Crazy Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas. It was actually recorded in New York City. The first tune is, "Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet." Colonel Jack, Shorty's Hillbillies, The Crazy Orchestra, The Crazy Trio, Shorty Fincher, Sue Fincher, Rawhide Fincher, Jimmy Maze, Eddie Ross. 13:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5505. Colonel Jack and Shorty's Hillbillies. April 1934. Program #8. Crazy Waters Company syndication. Sponsored by: Crazy Water Crystals. The program claims to originate from the Crazy Hotel, Mineral wells, Texas. It was actually recorded in New York City. The first is, "Under The Double Eagle" (played as a hoedown). Colonel Jack, Shorty's Hillbillies, The Crazy Orchestra, The Crazy Trio, Shorty Fincher, Sue Fincher, Rawhide Fincher, Jimmy Maze, Eddie Ross. 13:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5504. Colonel Jack and Shorty's Hillbillies. April 1934. Program #6. Crazy Waters Company syndication. Sponsored by: Crazy Water Crystals. The program claims to originate from the Crazy Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas. It was actually recorded in New York City at the WOR studios. This water helps attain proper 'limination, which cures almost anything that ails you. The commercials are read to a background of sighing violins. The second tune is, "Moonlight On The Colorado." The program was removed from the air in 1940 by the Federal Trade Commission because of the exaggerated medical claims. Colonel Jack, Shorty's Hillbillies, The Crazy Orchestra, The Crazy Trio, Shorty Fincher (guitar), Sue Fincher (vocals), Rawhide Fincher (bass, vocals), Jimmy Maze (fiddle), Eddie Ross (banjo, fiddle). 13:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 7 programs.