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Homer and Jethro made several appearances on The Johnny Cash Show during the 1970-1971 season, though they weren't considered regulars. During one appearance, they reprised their old hit "Baby, It's Cold Outside" with June Carter Cash as part of a skit. Both were also established jazz musicians, who were deeply influenced by the European gypsy string jazz of Django Reinhardt. A final album for RCA, The Far-Out World of Homer and Jethro, followed in 1972 and the sleeve included a message from Burns playing tribute to Haynes. After Haynes' passing, Burns tried to maintain the duo with a new "Homer", guitarist Ken Eidson, but the effort was short-lived. Burns continued recording and performing solo and with Chicago folk singer Steve Goodman. He died in 1989 from prostate cancer. There's Nothing Like An Old Hippie (1968). Live at Vanderbilt U (RCA) (1968). Cool Crazy Christmas (RCA) (1968).
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The implication of course being that there were only two members of such a club. Indeed, from the opening introduction, by Hee Haw stalwart Archie Campbell the humor is towards them, rather than at others. Haynes and Burns were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001. Homer and Jethro Fracture Frank Loesser (RCA). Barefoot Ballads (RCA). The Worst of Homer and Jethro (RCA). Life Can be Miserable (RCA). At the Country Club (RCA) (1960) (recorded live in 1960).
A show's MC forgot their names and introduced them as "Homer and Jethro," giving them their stage names. Their parodies earned them a BMI award, a gold record, and a 1959 Grammy, and their popularity caused Kellogg's to feature them in a series of commercials for Corn Flakes. The partnership continued until Homer's death from a heart attack while preparing for a concert in August, 1971.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Homer & Jethro At The Country Club (1960) by Homer & Jethro. This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/194 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Homer & Jethro at the Country Club. There's Nothin' Like an Old Hippie. Fractured Folk Songs.
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