Bill Carlisle Bill Carlisle
William Toliver Carlisle performed in the 1920s, with his older brother Cliff Carlisle, at radio stations WLAP in Lexington, Kentucky and WNOX in Knoxville, Tennessee. Bill's first solo single and hit was the 1933 recording of "Rattlesnake Daddy", released on ARC Records. In the same year, he formed the Carlisle Brothers with Cliff and together, the brothers signed with Decca Records in 1938 and continued performing regularly on Kentucky country radio programs. Bill's guitar style was noted for its precision and speed, and he employed yodeling as a vocalist.

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