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About The Prairie Ramblers
The Prairie Ramblers began broadcasting on Chicago radio station WLS-AM with new vocalist Patsy Montana in 1933. They continued performing and recording under this name until 1952, playing country, hillbilly music, gospel, and pop songs. They were the backing group on Montana's platinum hit "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart." Group members included Jack Taylor on bass, Chick Hurt on mandolin, and Alan Crocket and, later, Tex Atchison on fiddle