KPO Radio, San Francisco
The Southern Harmony Four
1934

Southern Harmony Four

The Southern Harmony Four, featured in "Crosscuts" from the "Log O' the Day," heard every morning on KPO.

Among the performers that appeared with the Southern Harmony Four was a young Saunders King, who went on to become a legendary blues singer and guitarist. His daughter, the author Deborah King Santana, married another guitar legend, Carlos Santana.

Photo from a 1934 KPO promotional booklet, courtesy of Rich Kolm, from the files of his father, Lee Kolm. 

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