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  1. Roy Rogers (born Leonard Slye) moved to California in 1930, aged 18. He played in such musical groups as The Hollywood Hillbillies, Rocky Mountaineers, Texas Outlaws, and his own group, the International Cowboys. In 1934 he formed a group with Bob Nolan called Sons of the Pioneers. While in that group he was known as Leonard Slye, then Dick Weston.

  2. Roy and Dale composed and performed hundreds of songs for commercial sale, their movies, television series, and their radio shows. The iconic “Happy Trails”, penned by Dale Evans, was the theme song for 100 episodes of the Roy Rogers TV series and also the closing song for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah.

  3. Roy Rogers Restaurants 4991 New Design Rd Suite 109 Frederick, MD 21703

  4. Oct 13, 2021 · Roy Rogers, a Western-themed fast-food chain named after the Cincinnati-born singer and actor, is returning to the area. One Holland Corp. is partnering with the Roy Rogers chain to expand into ...

  5. Oct 13, 2021 · Roy Rogers has an outstanding menu with a higher quality of food than what you see at most quick service restaurants and has a reputation of cleanliness, consistent service and a friendly staff ...

  6. Oct 07, 2020 · 3. Roy Rogers Jr. Roy Jr or "Dusty" as he's more commonly known, is the only biological son of Roy Rogers. His mother Grace passed away due to complications from childbirth shortly after he was born.

  7. The first Roy Rogers Museum was opened in California, followed by the more permanent location in Branson, Missouri. The museum dates back to 1957 and for decades served as the premiere stop on the trail for true Roy Rogers fans. Inside the museum was a plethora of artifacts from Rogers’ career: flashy plastic saddles, leather cowboy boots in ...

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