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Acquiring the nickname 'Lefty' after disposing of several opponents with his left hand during an unsuccessful attempt to become a Golden Gloves boxing champion, the Corsicana, Texas-born (1928) singer-songwriter-guitarist began life as William Orville Frizzell.

A childhood performer, at 17 he could be found playing the honky-tonks and dives of Dallas and Waco, molding his early, In 1950, Frizzell exploded onto the charts with, "If You've Got the Money, I've Got the Time", claiming a chart position for some 20 weeks.[1].

In the history of Country Music, a direct line can be drawn from Jimmie Rodgers to Lefty Frizzell to Merle Haggard to George Strait. Their styles and themes are similar but each has added something new to the genre. --Preceding unsigned comment added by Steve Pastor (talk o contribs) 00:36, 12 January 2008 (UTC)


Label, catalogue numbers, matrix numbers? Chart positions - pop or country & western? Details?PJtP (talk) 07:38, 30 May 2008 (UTC)

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