Personalities | Buddy Starcher | War Years | Country
(Vocals, multi-instrumentalist, 1906–2001)
Born near Ripley, West Virginia, Oby Edgar Starcher performed on radio stations in Baltimore and elsewhere. From the 1940s until the late 1960s, he recorded for various labels and wrote songs such as ‘You’ve Still Got A Place In My Heart’ and ‘I’ll Still Write Your Name’, many of which were popularized by other singers.
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