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Wills, Bob definitions

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U.S. country-music fiddler, singer, and songwriter. Born in Kosse, Texas, Wills learned fiddle from his father. In Tulsa in 1934 he formed the Texas Playboys; their radio performances made him a star in the Southwest, and in 1942 the group moved to California, performing in dance halls and films. They pioneered the "western swing" genre, which blended traditional hoedown fiddling with big-band swing and blues. Wills's best-known compositions include "San Antonio Rose" and "Panhandle Rag.".



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