Charles Arthur Feathers was an American country music and rockabilly musician.
|Birth name:||Charles Arthur Feathers|
|Born:||June 12, 1932, Holly Springs, Mississippi, U.S.|
|Died:||August 29, 1998, Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.|
|IMDb:||Charlie Feathers’s IMDb|
About Charlie Feathers
Rockabilly musician who had the chart-topping hits like “Defrost Your Heart” and “Bottle to the Baby.”
A bout with meningitis left him hospitalized and at the hospital he began listening to rock and country music daily on the radio.
To get a record deal with the popular Flip label, he claimed to have arranged and written several of Elvis Presley’s songs.
He was born in a sharecropping community near Slayden, Mississippi.
Lux Interior of The Cramps learned his energetic, over-the-top vocal style from Feathers.
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- Norton Records artists
- Sun Records artists
- Country musicians from Mississippi
- Charly Records artists
- King Records artists
- American rockabilly musicians
- Songwriters from Mississippi
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