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SOLD! <br>EDDIE SHULER!<br>Legendary Louisiana SWAMP POP Record Producer<br>Founder of GOLDBAND RECORDS<br>Signed Photo

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This great 8x10 promo photo of Eddie Shuler's 1940s group, the Reveliers, is a reproduction - but Mr. Shuler's autograph is the real deal.

Eddie Shuler is one of those great behind the scenes songwriter/producers whose name might not be a household word, but whose impact on the music scene can be felt worldwide.

Shuler began the label in 1945 and gave many Cajun and counrty performers their first break - including a 13 year old Dolly Parton.

Just a sampling of the acts that Shuler helped to put on the musical map: Freddie Fender, Jimmy C. Newman, Rockin' Sidney, Boozoo Chavis, Al Ferrier, Gene Terry, Juke Boy Bonner, Iry LeJune, J. B. Fusilier, Alphee Bergeron, Ron Bertrand, Sidney Brown, and Shorty LeBlanc, Guitar Junior, Big Chenier, Katie Webster, Cleveland Crochet and the Sugar Bees, Cookie and the Cupcakes, and Phil Phillips.

Eddie Shuler is also a fine musician in his own right, having been a member of the legendary Cajun group The Hackberry Ramblers and, of course, his own band, The Reveliers.

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