Little Jimmy Dickens moves from hospital to rehab
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Little Jimmy Dickens moves from hospital to rehab

Thursday, January 22, 2009 – Little Jimmy Dickens moved from a Nashville hospital to a nearby rehabilitation center Wednesday, according to Musicty City TV.

The Grand Ole Opry star had surgery to repair bleeding on his brain. At the rehab center, "he anticipates a short stay to recuperate from his surgery," the Opry management said.


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Country Music Hall Of Famer Little Jimmy Dickens, just shy of five feet tall, is proof positive that good things do indeed come in small packages. Germany's Bear Family Records, renown for its comprehensive, meticulously researched box sets, with this - the first of two sets - begins its documentation of Dickens' career in a superb none-too-small collection of 105 songs spanning four CDs from 1949-57 on Columbia. Known for novelty songs such as "Out Behind The Barn" and "A-Sleepin' At The Foot Of ...
Little Jimmy Dickens is a member of the CMA Hall of Fame; he's a seminal figure in the bridge between hillbilly and rockabilly music; he's been oneof the most popular country performers in history. This is the only domestic comprehensive overview of his music (1949-1969) available, and so, for serious collectors of country, the CD is essential. But what about the music? It's pretty terrific, too. Dickens was a master of many forms of country: work songs, sentimental ballads, boogie tunes, weepy ...


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