Country performer and disc jockey. Born 1910. Died 1985. Recorded for the Nashville-based Bullet Records during the late 1940s. Songwriting credits include “Good-bye, Little Sweetheart” (recorded by Bob Wills).
1970 May 15
Disc jockey and country performer Tex Justus gives an overview of his career. Discussion includes his early musical interests; the start of his career as a disc jockey and memories from those early years; his early music career; a description of early stage performances; his experiences as a traveling performer; recording for Bullet Records; his songwriting; his product endorsements; memories of country performers he worked with, including Red Foley and Bob Wills; pursuing a career in radio; and comments on the future of country music.