Mae Boren Axton (September 14, 1914 – April 9, 1997) was known in the music industry as the "Queen Mother of Nashville." She co-wrote the Elvis Presley hit single "Heartbreak Hotel"  with Tommy Durden. She worked with Mel Tillis, Reba McEntire, Willie Nelson, Eddy Arnold, Tanya Tucker, Johnny Tillotson, and Blake Shelton . Personal life
The multitalented, high-energy Mae also worked as a music promoter, disc jockey, and high-school teacher. Mae is further known for being the mother of songwriter, singer, and actor Hoyt Axton. Early life. Mae was born as Mae Boren on September 14, 1914, in Bardwell, Texas. Her family moved to Oklahoma when she was a child.
14 de abr. de 1997 · Mae Boren (Mae Boren Axton), songwriter: born Bardwell, Texas 14 September 1914; married John Axton (two sons); died Hendersonville, Tennessee 9 April 1997.
9 de abr. de 1997 · Mae Boren Axton. American songwriter who co-wrote "Heartbreak Hotel," and the mother of singer/songwriter Hoyt Axton. Read Full Biography. STREAM OR BUY:
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AXTON, MAE BOREN (1914–1997). Born in Bardwell, Texas, September 14, 1914, songwriter Mae Boren was the only daughter of M. L. and Nannie Boren. Among her eight brothers was Oklahoma Congressman Lyle H. Boren. The Borens moved to Oklahoma when she was two years old. Mae Boren attended college at East Central State College (now East Central ...
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