Country music performer. Born November 8, 1909. Died January 31, 1981. Full name: Scott Greene Wiseman. Career most active 1930s-1940s. Singer, songwriter, banjo player, and recording artist. With his wife “Lulu Belle” (real name: Myrtle Eleanor Cooper; Born December 24, 1913; Died February 8, 1999) formed the country duo Lulu Belle & Scotty. Popular performer on the WLS National Barn Dance. Songwriting credits include the country classics “Mountain Dew,” and “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You.” Member, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
1967 October 19
Country performer Scotty Wiseman recalls highlights from his music career. Discussion includes the start of the Lulu Belle & Scotty performing team; his childhood and early influences; his association with Bradley Kincaid; his early performances; his educational background; and a description of his donations to the Country Music Foundation, including Lulu Belle’s award for her election as Radio Queen of 1936, and the original sheet music of “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You.”