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ABOUT ED BRUCE

American songwriter, artist, and actor Ed Bruce maintained a successful career for more than four decades. The songs he wrote and sang are legendary, “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys”, “After All,” “Girls, Women, and Ladies,” “When You Fall In Love, Everything’s A Waltz and My First Taste Of Texas are just a few of the self-penned hit songs by this great artist. Ed was born in Keiser, Arkansas, on December 29, 1939. While still very young, his family moved across the river to Memphis, and he claimed Tennessee as his home. Ed started writing songs in his early teens and, in 1957 while a senior in high school, he signed his first record deal with the hometown label, legendary Sun Records.

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