|Birth: ||Dec. 24, 1913|
|Death: ||Feb. 8, 1999|
North Carolina, USA
Myrtle Eleanor Cooper,
married in 1934 to
Scott Greene Wiseman
b:11-08-1908 Spruce Pine, North Caroina. d:01-31-1981, Gainsville, Florida.
Lulu Belle and Scotty
They were one of the major Country Music stars of the 1930's and 1940's. The sweethearts of country music.
A few things to remember about Lulu Belle & Scotty:
(1)National Barn Dance on WLS-AM Chicago.
(2)Grand Ole Opry (Barn Dance) on national radio with a regular listening audience of 20 million.
(3)One of their most popular songs they penned, "Have I told you lately that I loved you".
(4)Recorded by Lula Bell, "Does your chewing gum lose it's flavor on the bed post over night".
(5)In 1938 Lulu Bell was named, "Favorite Female Radio Star" by the readers of Radio Guide Magazine.
(6)Recording labels Vocalion Records, Columbia records, Bluebird Records, and Starday Records.
(7)In the early 1960's appeared in several movies, "Shine On Harvest Moon 1938", "County Fair 1941", and "National Barn Dance 1944".
(8)Lulu Belle and Scotty never forgot their roots, and when possible, they came home and performed at the Carolina Theatre in Spruce Pine, North Carolina.
Lulu Bell and Scotty retired in 1958; started teaching and Lula Bell served two terms in the North Carolina House Of Representatives.
After Scotty died Lulu Bell remarried Ernest Stamey in 1983, soon after recorded another album.
(1)Scotty Wiseman in the Nashville Songwitters Hall Of Fame.
(2)Lulu Belle and Scotty at hillbilly music.com
(3)The 1934 WLS radio family album; Lulu Belle.
Country Music duos,
Starday Records Artist,
Columbia Records Artist,
Musical groups from North Carolina.
John Reed Cooper (1889 - 1967)
Sidney Marie Knupp Cooper (1895 - 1984)
Ernest Nelson Stamey (1920 - 1999)
Scott G Wiseman (1909 - 1981)*
Linda Wiseman Johnston (1936 - 2002)*
Myrtle Eleanor Cooper Wiseman (1913 - 1999)
Charles Reed Azel Cooper (1917 - 1989)*
Pine Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Roger Phillip Burnett
Record added: Apr 18, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13992723
You and Scotty were my mother's favorites, and a big part of my childhood. Thanks for all the lovely entertainment. Rest in peace, you are remembered.|
Added: Apr. 4, 2014
YOU WERE ONE OF MY FAVORITE SINGERS LULA BELLE. REST IN PEACE|
Barbara Hunnicutt Edwards
Added: Jun. 4, 2013
Added: Jul. 1, 2012
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