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Jack Stapp (December 8, 1912 in Nashville, United States - December 20, 1980) was a country music manager. He co-wrote, with Harry Stone, the popular song "Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy". He also founded Tree International Publishing, a music publisher, based in Nashville.
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- Paul Kingsbury (ed.) (1998) The Encyclopedia of Country Music: The Ultimate Guide to the Music, p. 503, ISBN 0-19-511671-2 .
- Barry McCloud (1995) Definitive Country: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Country Music and Its Performers, p. 761-2, ISBN 0-399-52144-5 .
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