Jerry Scoggins Net Worth

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Jerry Scoggins (September 30, 1911 – December 7, 2004) was an American country/western singer, guitarist, and band leader. He performed on radio, in movies, and on television from the 1930s thru the 1980s. He was noted for his work with Gene Autry and Bing Crosby and especially for singing "The Ballad of Jed Clampett", the theme song to the 1960s sitcom "The Beverly Hillbillies".Scoggins was born in Mount Pleasant, Texas in 1911. He sang and played guitar on Dallas radio stations in the early 1930s and in 1936 formed his own group, the Cass County Kids, with John Dodson and Fred Martin. Ten years later in 1946, country music and cowboy legend Gene Autry changed their name to the Cass County Boys when he hired them to work on his Melody Ranch radio program. They appeared in 17 of his films and worked with him on radio and TV for 12 years while also appearing with Bing Crosby on early 1950s TV. In 1996 the Boys were inducted into Western Music Hall of Fame. They also received a Golden Boot Award from the Motion Picture and Television Fund.In 1962, Scoggins was working as a stockbroker and singing on weekends when he was asked to sing the theme song for a new sitcom, called "The Beverly Hillbillies". Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs played guitar and banjo while he sang the lyrics. The Ballad of Jed Clampett was a smash hit on the charts.In 1993, a retired Scoggins learned that 20th Century Fox was making a film version of the series. He called their offices only to be told that they'd had no idea he was still alive. The studio preferred Johnny Cash or Willie Nelson to sing the theme song, but the director, Penelope Spheeris, insisted on Scoggins getting the job, which he did. He figured he'd probably sung the ballad over 1,000 times since the original recording.Scoggins died in 2004, from natural causes, in his Westlake Village, California home.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthSeptember 30, 1911
Place Of BirthMount Pleasant, Texas, USA
ProfessionMusic Department, Actor, Soundtrack
Star SignLibra
1He was working as a stockbroker, singing only on weekends, when he was asked to sing the theme song for the pilot for The Beverly Hillbillies (1962).
2Was the lead singer on The Beverly Hillbillies (1962) theme, "The Ballad of Jed Clampett". Lester Flatt did the singing on the Columbia recording.

Music Department

The Beverly Hillbillies1962-1971TV Series singer - 261 episodes


The Gene Autry Show1950-1955TV SeriesGuitarist / Jerry / Ranch Hand / ...
On Top of Old Smoky1953Jerry - Cass County Boys Band (uncredited)
Blue Canadian Rockies1952Guitarist (uncredited)
Wagon Team1952Guitar Player, Cass County Boys (uncredited)
Barbed Wire1952Guitar-Playing Singing Cowhand (uncredited)
Apache Country1952Guitarist (uncredited)
Valley of Fire1951Guitarist (uncredited)
The Kid from Amarillo1951Jerry (leader, Cass County Boys)
Holiday Rhythm1950Jerry - The Cass County Boys (as Cass County Boys)
Indian Territory1950Guitar Player (uncredited)
Beyond the Purple Hills1950Guitar Player (uncredited)
Tucson1949Member of Cass County Trio (uncredited)
Riders of the Whistling Pines1949Forester Jerry, Guitar Player (as The Cass County Boys)
Loaded Pistols1948Guitarist (uncredited)
Trail to Laredo1948Guitarist (uncredited)
Last Days of Boot Hill1947Guitar Player (uncredited)
Buckaroo from Powder River1947Guitar Player (as The Cass County Boys)
Robin Hood of Texas1947Guitar Player Jerry (as The Cass County Boys)
Saddle Pals1947Jerry - Guitar Player with Cass County Boys (uncredited)
Twilight on the Rio Grande1947Guitar Player Jerry - Cass County Boys (uncredited)
Trail to San Antone1947Jerry, Guitar Player (Cass Country Boys) (uncredited)
Sioux City Sue1946/IGuitar Player Jerry (uncredited)


The Beverly Hillbillies1993performer: "BALLAD OF JED CLAMPETT"
Petticoat Junction1969TV Series performer - 1 episode
Wagon Team1952"Jubilee"


Gene Autry, Melody of the West1994DocumentaryHimself
The Legend of the Beverly Hillbillies1993TV Special documentaryHimself

Known for movies

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