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Thanksgiving has come and gone, and we are officially in the holiday season — which means it's time to crank up holiday songs extra loud without anyone telling you different. Truthfully, the holiday season can start whenever you want it to — and no one should tell you otherwise. What are they, a Grinch? A Scrooge?
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She was She had been in failing health for several months, Saphire said Wednesday. Bee was just 10 when she started her music career, singing the Hank Williams classic "Lovesick Blues" on country star Rex Allen's radio show.
Boyd was born in a small town in Mississippi in January Due to a lack of work in that area, his father and mother, Leslie and Winnie, decided to move to Riverside in aboutwhere his father immediately got a job as a defense worker. The family lived in a little house on Gardena Drive, between Palm and Brockton avenues. Former Riverside County Sheriff Cois Byrd went to school with Boyd and his brother Kenny and remembers Boyd singing at school shows during those years.
As Christmas carolers stroll down the streets and shopping mall speakers pump out seasonal standardsyou'll likely be lulled into a nostalgic state of holiday wonderment as you recall your childhood where you spent hours listening to these very same songs. But have you ever given them any real, critical thought? When you dive into the lyrics, some of these old holiday standbys seem downright terrifying.
Bee was also well known in the s in Los AngelesCaliforniaas a regular on Hometown Jamboreea local television program featuring Tennessee Ernie Ford. Bee, who was part Native American,  was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on August 18,and raised in Bell Buckle, Tennessee  until she and her family moved to Tucson, Arizona sometime in the s. In Arizona, she was discovered by "singing cowboy" Rex Allena disc jockey in Tucson, when he heard her singing. Inwhen Bee was 11, the Beachboard family moved to the Los Angeles area.