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Radio Days I (1938-1940)

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Born: 05 November 1919 in Roslyn, SD

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Most famous as a regular performer and assistant conductor on The Lawrence Welk Show, Myron Floren was also one of polka's finest accordion players. Floren was born of Norwegian parentage on November 5, 1919, in Roslyn, SD; although some sources list nearby Webster instead, Floren's family actually lived on a farm in between the two towns, and Roslyn claims him as its own. Floren first heard the accordion at a neighbor's house party when he was seven years old, and quickly talked his father into...
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