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The Rhythm Wreckers

For several years during the late 1930s, the Rhythm Wreckers played a popular radio program in Los Angeles. The group featured the Chicago-based cornetist Muggsy Spanier and a tow-headed boy yodeler named Whitey McPherson, about whom little is known. The amplified Hawaiian steel guitar is probably played by Danny Stewart, a veteran of Andy Iona's Islanders. The Rhythm Wreckers recorded five of Jimmie Rodgers' songs during their three 1937 recording sessions for Vocalion, indicating that McPherson most likely had them in his regular repertoire.

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