Some of the younger folk don't remember how well known a radio star that Lee Moore (above) was. Billed as the "old coffee drinking nighthawk" he had the 12 midnight to 6 AM show on WWVA---the Wheeling (W.Va.) Jamboree. He had several ShoBro's ( ShoBud/ Gretsch resophonic guitars ) and played live on the air, accompanying himself singing. In the 60's and 70's the FCC permitted VERY powerful radio signals.....50,000 watt 'clear channel' that reached 20 states. The artists at WWVA were competing with WSM (Grand Ol Opry) which was also heavy watts/clear channel. WWVA reached from Louisiana to New England PLUS 3 Canadian Maritime provinces. WWVA broadcast personalities were as big a star as if they were based in Nashville because of the strength of the signal. Lee Moore, Wilma Lee Cooper (who always had a Dobro in the band) and Deacon Brumfield were the 'voice of the Dobro' in 60's-70's starring on WWVA. Lee Moore was there over twenty years. The irony of his telling a "cat" joke (above) was that his big hit song for years was a novelty song called "The cat came back". If you check YouTube and type in Lee Moore you will see and hear more than several of his songs from radio days.Lee and his Dobros and his Cat song was known literally to 10's of thousands listeners in the Eastern third of the U.S.