Lulu Belle

Lulu Belle and Scotty

Lulu Belle and Scotty

Lulu Belle was the stage name of Myrtle Eleanor Cooper. She and her husband, Scott Greene Wiseman, were one of the most popular country music acts in the 1930s. They regularly performed on National Barn Dance on WLS-AM in Chicago. In 1938, she was named Favorite Female Radio Star by the readers of Radio Guide magazine. She and Scotty retired from show business in 1958. She went on to a career in politics and served in the North Carolina House of Representatives from 1975 to 1978. Lulu Belle died in 1999.

The Recordings

Madame I've Come to Marry You

 record label Group: Lulu Belle and Scotty
Label: Conqueror Matrix Number: Conqueror (8593)
Record Type: Double sided 10 inch 78 RPM
Date Recorded: October 30, 1935
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The Farmer's Daughter

 record label Group: Lulu Belle
Label: Conqueror Matrix Number: Conqueror (8593)
Record Type: Double sided 10 inch 78 RPM
Date Recorded: October 30, 1935
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Little Black Moustache

 record label Group: Lulu Belle accompanied by Rambling Red Foley
Label: Conqueror Matrix Number: Conqueror (8315)
Record Type: Double sided 10 inch 78 RPM
Date Recorded: March 1934
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Daffy Over Taffy

 record label Group: Lulu Belle accompanied by Rambling Red Foley
Label: Conqueror Matrix Number: Conqueror (8315)
Record Type: Double sided 10 inch 78 RPM
Date Recorded: March 1934
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