Theodore "Teddy" Reynolds
Date of Birth: July 12, 1931 Houston, TX
Date of Death: October 1, 1998 Houston, TX
Place of Burial: Paradise North Cemetery
10401 W. Montgomery Road
Houston, TX 77088
Has Marker: Unknown
Grave Location: Unknown
Summer's On Its Way / Why, Baby, Why?, Sittin' In With (558)
Puppy Dogs / Sad And Blue, Mercury Records (71281X45)
Somebody's Shaking My Cherry Tree / I Wanna Be There With You, Freko Records (FR-017)
Ed Wiley And His After Hour Rhythm, Blues After Blues / Cry, Cry Baby, Sittin' In With (545)
Gulf Coast Blues, Volume 1, Black Top Records (BT 1055)
Grady Gaines & The Texas Upsetters, Full Gain, Black Top Records (CD BT-1041)
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