Hank Wilton and The Rovin' Rangers

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About the author:
D. Larry Patterson is a retired US Air Force Colonel and former DoD Management Consultant. Originally from Mission Hills, Kansas (a suburb of Kansas City, Mo.), he is a long time resident of Fort Worth, where he lives with his wife Carol and several pampered pussycats. He has written four novels, several collections of short stories and novellas, a collection of "Pulp" Poetry, several children's books, and a non-fiction book about his father-in-law PFC Bernard F. "Mac" McCarty who was the first Marine to set foot on Yokosuka Naval Air Base in Japan during the Occupation Of Tokyo Bay 30 Aug 1945. As an experienced freelance writer and photographer, he contributed numerous feature articles and photographs to a wide variety of national and international publications. Having always had a passion for Classic Rock/C&W, plus Blues and Jazz from the 1920s, he has written and recorded nearly 500 original songs in his studio. He and Carol divide their time between Fort Worth, the Colorado Rockies and Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas.

Hank Wilton and The Rovin' Rangers

Authored by D. Larry Patterson
Edition: 1

From the very first glimpse Henry Wilton caught of Hank Williams hunched over the mic moanin' the Love Sick Blues up there on the Grand Ole Opry stage in the Ryman Auditorium, he knew what his destiny was: be a hillbilly star just like ole Hank. Henry changed his name to Hank, bought a guitar, formed the Rovin' Rangers, and the rest is history. This then is the "feel good" story about how a good ole boy from Okmulgee, Oklahoma and a lil' ole po' girl from Foat Wuth (as she often referred to herself) chased their elusive dream until they finally caught it.

Publication Date:
1494754525 / 9781494754525
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6.69" x 9.61"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / General

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