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Dolph Hewitt added 3 new photos to the album: Dolph Hewitt — with Muscular Dystrophy Association.
August 29, 2016
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ARKIE THE ARKANSAS WOODCHOPPER, THE SAGE RIDERS, AND JOHNNY CASH
Here are three from WGN-TV's "Barn Dance" series aired Saturday evenings live on tape from their color studios at 2501 W Bradley Place.

My Great Uncle Dolph passed away some time ago, but his memories remain. I remember the last time I saw him while visiting in Florida - he was about to sell one of his fiddles to a gentleman from Sweden, I believe. Uncle Dolph was a talented man!

If you use Spotify, you can search for "Dolph Hewitt" in your Facebook search at the top of the page and listen to him sing "I Wish I Knew."

Dolph Hewitt added 7 new photos to the album: Dolph Hewitt.
December 6, 2011

Dolph Hewitt was a performer and producer of the Barn Dance.

REX ALLENRex became a regular on WLS for several years following the war, both on the NBD and the morning "Smile-A-While" show. Hailing from Arizona, Rex was a genuine cowboy and his boyish looks made him a Barn Dance favorite. He also appeared daily on the Smile-A-...
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1955 hillbilly. Dolph Hewitt was a regular on WLS National Barn Dance and WWVA Original Jamboree. He also recorded for RCA Victor among others.
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Dolph Hewitt added 2 new photos to the album: Dolph Hewitt.
December 5, 2011