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Jimmie Rodgers, whose smooth voice straddled the line between pop and country and brought him a string of hits — none bigger than his first record, “Honeycomb,” in 1957 — died on Jan. 18 in...
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Rogers led a Jackrabbits defense that led the FCS in rushing defense (88.1 yards per game) and total...
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Jimmie Rodgers (pop singer) 12 languages James Frederick Rodgers (September 18, 1933 – January 18, 2021) was an American singer and actor. Rodgers had a run of hits and mainstream popularity in the 1950s and 1960s.
Pop singer Jimmie Rodgers has died at the age of 87. (Photo by Michael Levin/Corbis via Getty Images) Rodgers also made a transition into acting in the 60s with an appearance on the series...
Jimmie Rodgers: 20 Greatest Hits Jimmie Rodgers VOCAL · 2001 Preview 1 Kisses Sweeter Than Wine 2:18 2 Honeycomb 2:11 3 Are You Really Mine 2:17 4 Secretly 2:35 5 Bimbombey 2:11 6 The Long Hot Sumner Theme 2:50 7 Waltzing Matilda 2:31 8 When Our Love Began 2:52 9 Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again 2:12 10 The World I Used to Know 2:37 11
Remembered for a few singing hits of the late '50s and early '60s, Jimmie managed to prevail but at a much slower pace. He was born September 18, 1933 in Camas, Washington, a few months after beloved Country Music Hall of Fame singer Jimmie Rodgers (known as "The Singing Brakeman") died of consumption.
May 26, 1933 Birthplace Meridian, Mississippi Musical Significance and Early Career Jimmie Rodgers, known professionally as the “Singing Brakeman” and “America’s Blue Yodeler,” was in the first class of inductees honored by the Country Music Hall of Fame and is widely known as “The Father of Country Music.”
James Charles Rodgers (September 8, 1897 – May 26, 1933) was an American singer-songwriter and musician who rose to popularity in the late 1920s. Widely regarded as "the Father of Country Music",  he is best known for his distinctive rhythmic yodeling, unusual for a music star of his era.
Jimmy Rogers (June 3, 1924 – December 19, 1997)  was an American Chicago blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player, best known for his work as a member of Muddy Waters 's band in the early 1950s. 
Jimmie Rodgers was born James Charles Rodgers outside Meridian, Mississippi, on September 8, 1897. Since his father, Aaron Rodgers, worked on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, Jimmie Rodgers grew up traveling, especially after his mother, Eliza Rodgers, died when Jimmie was only five or six.