Slim Whitman was an American singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist that received a net worth of fifty million. Thin Whitman was created in Tampa, Florida in January 1923 and passed out in June 2013. Whitman was known for the yodeling of his plus his 3 octave range falsetto. Over the career of his more than 120 million documents were sold by him and toured with Elvis Presley. In addition to singing Slim had the acoustic guitar. Even though Whitman was famous in America he'd improved success in Europe & amp; most important the United Kingdom. He held a Guinness World Record for probably the longest time at #1 on the UK Singles Chart with his 1955 hit individual "Rose Marie". Whitman's debut studio album America's Favorite Folk Artist was launched in 1954. Throughout the career of his he released a total of fifty one albums. Whitman's 1977 albums Red River Valley and Home on the number reached #1 as well as #2 on the UK charts respectively. Several of the popular singles of his incorporate "Indian Love Call", "Keep It a Secret", "Secret Love", "Singing Hills", "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen!", and "Guess Who". Whitman was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during 1709 Vine Street. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Walkway of the Stars in 1968. Thin Whitman passed away on June nineteen, 2013 in the age of ninety from heart failure.
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