Stu Davis: Canada’s Cowboy Troubadour
This essay is a profile of Stu Davis, a Canadian musical composer, performer, and radio/television host between 1939 and 1971. With his many recordings, constant on-air presence, and easy-going personality, he popularized country and western music to mainstream Canadian (as well as American and European) audiences.
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