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Rusty Draper (Farrell H. Draper)

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Biography

Kirksville, Missouri, USA
Singer Farrell "Rusty" Draper was one of the biggest American singing stars of the 1950s, pioneering a pop/country crossover sound that scored him a string of million-selling hit singles. A sometime actor and radio presenter, he worked at a radio station at Des Moines, Iowa, where he often filled in for sportscaster--and future U.S. president--Ronald Reagan. He established himself on the 1950s music scene with such songs as "Gambler's Guitar" and "Shifting Whispering Sands". His biggest hit in the UK was "Mule Skinner Blues" in 1960. Read more...

Actor

Character: Rusty Draper

Rhythms with Rusty 1956

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Character: Himself - Singer

The Colgate Comedy Hour 1950

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Character: Himself

In Melbourne Tonight 1957

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