It's in superb condition, unfaded and really like new. And it comes with three recipes, "Sonny Boy Cornsticks," "Sonny Boy Waffles" and "Sonny Boy Hush Puppies."
According to the Old State House Museum in Little Rock, in 1941 Sonny Boy and Lockwood approached the new station's owner Sam Anderson and asked if they could play on the air. Anderson explained that they would need a sponsor, and sent them to Max Moore of the Interstate Grocery Company, who was looking for a program to advertise the company's exclusive brand, King Biscuit Flour. They struck a deal and the duo went on every day at noon.
T he show , "King Biscuit Time," was an ... read more