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Buddy Starcher

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Mar 16, 1906

Buddy Starcher (Oby Edgar Starcher) was born in Ripley

1933

Buddy Starcher became popular performer at WCHS Charleston

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1946

Buddy Starcher cut his first recordings on Four Star

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1949

Buddy Starcher's "I'll Still Write Your Name in the Sand" became a hit

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1960

Buddy Starcher returned to Charleston

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1966

Buddy Starcher recorded "History Repeats itself" for Boone Records

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Nov 02, 2001

Buddy Startcher died in Harrisonburg, Virginia

Oct 24, 2015

Buddy Starcher was inducted into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame

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