One of the most consistently popular TV shows of the '60s, The Beverly Hillbillies portrayed the culture clash that took place when a family of poor country people struck it rich and relocated to L. But by the time the show reached the air, that phenomenon was hardly a novelty—not because of black gold or Texas tea, but music. Western swing, singing-cowboy movies, and the growing country-western market allowed many musicians to make their fortunes in Hollywood, in the process redefining what it meant to be a country star.
Swinging Hollywood Hillbilly Cowboys. Various Artists Total duration: 5 h.
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By Libby Calaway. Banish any thoughts of dusty cowfolk swinging lassos from atop an F-train — the ones in N. I mean, George Jones wears this stuff! Non-musicians are also fans, as Hughes discovered when Julia Roberts outbid him on a Nudie suit at the well-stocked downtown vintage store Resurrection.
Interestingly enough, Jack's father decided to change the family name to Patton because there were too many other employees at the carpet mills with the name of Piecuch. If you want more trivia, one of Jack's boyhood friends was a fellow by the name of Issur Danielovitch, who later changed his name, too and gamed a fair measure of fame himself, Kirk Douglas. Jack honed his musical background working at traditional Polish weddings, dance halls and roller skating rinks of the day, learning to play the violin, accordion.