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"Big Bill" Lister January 5, 1923 – December 1, 2009 was an American honky tonk country music singer Born Weldon E Lister, he was nicknamed "Radio's Tallest Singing Cowboy," standing over 6-foot-7 without his cowboy boots and hat
- 1 Life and career
- 2 Discography
- 3 References
- 4 External links
Life and career
For several years in the 1950s, he traveled with Hank Williams, Sr, as the opening act for Williams and his "Drifting Cowboys" As a regular performer on the Grand Ole Opry, Lister worked with most of the stars of the day, including Little Jimmy Dickens, String Bean, Minnie Pearl, Del Wood, The Carter Family, and others He was also a recording artist for both Everstate and Capitol Records He is probably best known for his ties to Williams' song "There's a Tear in My Beer" Lister recorded the song in the 1950s, after Williams gave him a demo recording Years later, after Lister's wife found the old demo recording in their attic, Lister gave the recording to Williams' son, Hank Williams, Jr Junior went on to record an overdubbed version of the song in 1988, in which late father and son sang together, some 40 years apart That recording won a Grammy Award and a Country Music Association CMA Award in 1989
After leaving professional music in the early '60s, Lister became one of the best firearms engravers of his generation Other Lister recordings included "RC Cola and a Moon Pie," recorded for Capitol Records in 1951
Big Bill Lister's return to commercial recording came in 1983 with the album "Sho' 'Nuff Country Stuff! The Second Time Around," produced for Slim Richey's Tex-Grass label by D Lee Thomas and Michael H Price, with accompaniment by the Salt Lick Foundation, a Texas string band that includes Lister's nephew, Harris Kirby Lister performed extensively during 1983 in Dallas and Fort Worth with the Salt Lick Foundation and with Michael H Price and Slim Richey's jazz ensemble, Diddy Wah Diddy
|1983||Sho' 'Nuff Country Stuff! The Second Time Around||Tex-Grass Records|
|1999||There's a Tear in My Beer||Bear Family|
|2004||Remembering Hank Williams||Heart of Texas|
- ^ a b , Bill Lister, ‘Tallest Singing Cowboy,’ New York Times, December 5, 2009
- ^ a b "Archived copy" Archived from the original on 2008-06-21 Retrieved 2008-06-21 , Big Bill Lister Website
- ^ Big Bill Lister sings "RC Cola and a Moon Pie" on YouTube
- Official Website of Big Bill Lister
- Weldon Lister, Fine Hand Engraving of Fine Firearms, Knives and other Collectibles
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