By Donald S. Passman
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During his career with Wills, Ashlock was also involved with the movies that Wills made. Ashlock’s playing style had its roots in jazz. His ﬁddle style was characterized by hot breaks and hot choruses. His idol was jazz violinist Joe Venuti. ” He died on August 9, 1976, in Austin where he had moved from Claremore, Oklahoma, the previous year. At the age of sixty-one he had performed at the Broken Spoke, a country honky-tonk, three days before his death from cancer. In 1990 Ashlock was inducted into the Western Swing Society Hall of Fame.
They had one daughter but divorced in 1940. Austin’s third wife was Doris Sherrell (married in 1940 and divorced in 1946). He was then married to LouCeil Hudson from 1949 to 1966; they divorced. He married his ﬁfth wife, Gigi Theodorea, in 1967. Austin died on January 24, 1972, in Palm Springs, California, and was survived by his wife Gigi and his two daughters. He was buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. Austin received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His 1927 recording of “My Blue Heaven” received a Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1978.
All You Need to Know About the Music Business: Fifth Edition by Donald S. Passman