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The Georgia Wildcats. Slim quit his electricians job in 1931 to join the Melody Men, a popular new string band lead by the Skillet-Lickers' fiddler Clayton McMichen. Slim spent the next six years in McMichen’s band that was later renamed the Georgia Wildcats. McMichen’s Wildcats recorded for Columbia Records in the fall of 1931, The band left Atlanta to appear on radio stations in Cincinnati, Chicago, St Louis, Louisville, Cleveland, New York and elsewhere. The Georgia Wildcats appeared live on KDKA in Pittsburgh in 1931. In 1949 Slim Bryant and His Wildcats appeared live from the Syria Mosque on the first television broadcast ever in Pittsburgh’s history 1949. That was the beginning of the ten years of appearances of WDTV which became KDKA-TV in 1955. The half hour show sponsored by Iron City Bar initially ran on Saturday nights and later moved to Fridays.
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Slim Bryant Thomas Hoyt Bryant, known to family and friends as "Slim," met Perry Bechtel in Atlanta 1929. McMichen and Bryant reconstituted the Georgia Wildcats in Louisville that fall, around the time Slim bought his first Gibson. They sold it to me for the dealer’s price – half off, he recalls. The spring of ’33 saw them settling in at Chicago’s WLS National Barn Dance with a lineup including McMichen, Slim, and guitarist Jack Dunigan.
Lyrics & chords of Slim Bryant And His Wildcats. After spending nearly nine years working with Georgia fiddler Clayton McMichen as part of his band, the Georgia Wildcats, Bryant and most of the band separated from McMichen and moved to Pittsburgh in 1940 where he and the Georgia Wildcats became regulars on KDKA's new early morning Farm Hour.