The Dixiebelles were an early 1960s girl group from Memphis with an old timey, Dixieland jazz sound. They are best remembered for their chart debut song, "(Down At) Papa Joe's," which became a Top 10 hit in 1963. This was soon followed by "Southtown, U.S.A." (1964), which peaked at #15. They also had a minor hit with "New York Town" (1964). The Dixiebelles (a.k.a. the Dixiebelles with Cornbread and Jerry) consisted of Shirley Thomas, Mary Hunt, and Mildred Pratcher. Jerry Smith provided honky-tonk piano accompaniment.
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The Dixiebelles With Cornbread And Jerry
- (Down At) Papa Joe's 1963
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