Because of the dancing to Bill Haley's music in "Rock Around the Clock," I found this tune from 1947. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLHlLIA2MLU Mixing "country" with other genres has been going on since they started recording music for a mass market, and I'm going to guess that it was happening before they started recording people doing it. (Haley played with the group that made this record, but is not on it.) Anyhow, I'm wondering if I'm the only who can imagine doing WCS to this? Meanwhile, as sort of a bonus, here is another yodeling boogie tune, this one from the 1950s era Ranch Party show spin off from Town Hall Party in Compton, this time by Wesley Tuttle. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhuB0Wo-noE&feature=endscreen&NR=1 I've spoken with Marilyn, Wes's wife, who is the gal here, about the dancing at Town Hall. And, just the other night I had a short conversation with a young guy who was complaining about the "not country music" the dj was playing, telling him to look up Speedy West, who is playing steel here. And of course Speedy played a steel guitar made by Paul Bigsby who made custom guitars a lttle over a mile from Skippy Blair's house in Downey.