A Country Music Legend, Doc Williams, Looking Back.
In this autobiographical memoir, told in a folksy, conversational style, Doc recounts the saga of his country music career, life and years of broadcasting and appearing on the Jamboree over WWVA radio of Wheeling. Replete with many photos from those years of travel, shows and Jamboree broadcasts, fans will enjoy reading about Doc and Chickie's life as country music entertainers who brought the Jamboree and WWVA country music to the many listeners throughout the North East and Canada.
This book has been a career fulfilling project that came about at the urging of Doc and Chickie's many devoted fans and is presented in a distinctive fireside chat style that will give readers the feeling of having a friendly, personal talk with the beloved entertainer.
Doc's daughter, Barbara, aka Peeper, worked closely with her Dad to put it all together, select the pictures and compile it into a warm and inviting read that will take fans inside the daily life and profession of a pair of country music's memorable entertainers.
Length: 184 pages
Size: 8.5 inches by 11 inches
Full color cover and nearly 200 black & white photos