Joe Hayes

Born 4 April 1926. Died 2 March 1973
Joe Hayes
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1926-04-04
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Joe Hayes

Joe Hayes Biography (Wikipedia)

Joe Herman "Red" Hayes was a fiddle player and singer-songwriter who co wrote "A Satisfied Mind" with Jack Rhodes. He was born April 4, 1926, in Garden Valley, Texas near Tyler. He was touring [1] in Manchester UK with Faron Young and Vassar Clements as the "Country Deputies with Connie Smith when he died on stage on March 2, 1973 [2]. He is buried in Garden Valley, Texas.

"Red was more of a musician than a singer but a good songwriter, when I knew him on his UK tour he had a ranch in the USA where he let underprivileged children stay." Mary Oglesby (Country Couples).

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