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... in his Cadillac while other acts and the Webb Family used their own transportation. Once the series of Hadacol Caravan Shows, headlined by Hank, were over the young Webb sisters were booked with Hank to tour with him a couple of more times over the next few years. They had gigs in many places [see photo below left] … including the fateful two we all know about, Charleston, West Virginia on December 31, 1952, which was cancelled due to snow, and on New Year's Day 1953 show in Canton, Ohio where
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Touring … Artists and Transportation [continued]
Hadacol Ad
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Hank Williams with his Cadillac
The Webb Sisters with Hank Williams
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they learned of Hank Williams had died. Filled with sorrow the entertainers decided as a group the show must go on. Hawkshaw Hawkins took the lead as each entertainer sang a Hank Williams song, Miss June sang A Mansion on the Hill with Shirley on harmony. Note: the video is of pretty Miss June  singing A Mansion on the Hill on Roy Scuff''s Open House Show in 1959 ... the first Australian-produced TV show made for overseas.

Speaking of caravans, from that point forward the Webb Sisters, along with their family, took to the road for the next three-plus years playing gigs with 
various entertainers. Each caravan, so to speak, of performers was loaded with the various star’s fancy 
equipment, the 5-member family and another band member or two. By 1956, 18-year-old June had decided to become a solo artist, which led to the end of the Webb Family many-year musical journey. By year’s end June had been on the Grand Ole Opry and was on her way to stardom … uh, and, uh oh, on the road again. At the time Chet Atkins was the A&R [Artists and Repertoire] man for RCA records.
Webb Family Bus prior to sprucing it up. by the way, that is young Shirley
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cars, and later their buses. By then the Webb Family had acquired an old Bus, with Harmony Sweethearts emblazoned on the side, to carry all of the
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