Eddie Bond

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Despite never becoming a major national figure, Eddie Bond has carved out a place as a rockabilly and country star, as well as a radio personality, for 40 years. A contemporary of Elvis Presley and a fixture in Memphis and on the Louisiana Hayride in the mid-1950s, Bond was one of the best singers of the period, and led the Stompers, one of the hottest bands, but he never broke out the way Elvis did. His records, whether rockabilly, country, or gospel, however, were among the best to come from Memphis from the mid-1950s through the 1960s, and have helped Bond remain a much loved country/rockabilly performer into the 1990s.
-- All Music Guide

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