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Photo of Clyde J. "Red" Foley Author: Top Talent, Inc., Springfield, Missouri Source:

Full Name: Clyde Julian Foley
Description: Vocalist, Composer, USA
Known For: The writer of - OLD SHEP - and many more.
Instruments: Guitar
Music Styles: Country
Location: United States of America
Web Site: http://www.clydefoleycummins.com/RedFoley.php
Date Born: 7th June 1910
Location Born: Blue Lick, Kentucky, United States of America
Date Died: 19th September 1968
Location Died: Fortwayne, Indiana, United States of America
Cause Of Death: Heart failure
Summary: In 1941,Foley signed a lifetime contract with Decca Records. He also released "Old Shep" in 1941, a song he wrote with Arthur Willis in 1933 about a dog he owned as a boy (in reality, his German shepherd, poisoned by a neighbor, was named Hoover).
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