Andy Starr

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Andy Starr (born "Franklin Delano Gulledge" on October 21, 1932 near Combs, Arkansas; died September 12, 2003 in Fayetteville, Arkansas) was a rockabilly musician once described by Billboard as "one of the more noteworthy Presley disciples." However poor song selection and other difficulties made him never chart. "Andy Starr" recorded on Holiday Inn Records as Frank Starr. He spent time performing in Alaska as Frank Starr, did Gospel music, and also ran as a long-shot candidate in the United States presidential election, 1996.[1]

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  1. ^ Rockabilly Hall of Fame Page

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