They were drafted into the . Army during World War II but served separately; they reunited in Knoxville in 1945, and in 1947 they performed on WLW-AM 's Midwestern Hayride in Cincinnati. They sang exaggerated hillbilly-styled versions of pop standards as their comedic hook, with Haynes on guitar and Burns on mandolin . They originally recorded for King Records , where they also worked as session musicians backing other artists until a dispute over song credits with label owner Syd Nathan led Nathan to release them from the label. The duo and other stars were fired by new management at WLW in 1948, and after a brief tour, they moved to Springfield, Missouri and performed on KWTO-AM with Chet Atkins , the Carter Family and Slim Wilson . [2]


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