Fiddle tune. An instrumental really, but here some vocal lines were added to attract more buyers.
John Dilleshaw & A.A. Gray [at the beginning of A Georgia Barbecue At Stone Mountain]
William H. Stepp [Lomax recording in Kentucky for the Library of Congress]
Hank Garland [as instrumental Sugarfoot Rag]
Red Foley [with Hank Garland, vocal version; lyrics: Vaughn Horton; hit C&W]
Freddie Mitchell [idem]
Art Lund [idem]
Porter Wagoner [again with Hank Garland]
Browns [with Chet Atkins]
Jerry Reed [C&W hit]
Coteau [neo cajun; all as Sugarfoot Rag]
Hank Garland was one of Nashville's key session guitarists until his (nearly) fatal car accident in '63. You can hear him in a.o. Bop-A-Lena (Ronnie Self), Oh Lonesome Me (Don Gibson), Hound Dog, A Fool Such As I, Stuck On You, A Big Hunk O' Love, It's Now Or Never, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Surrender, His Latest Flame, Can't Help Falling In Love, Crying In The Chapel and Little Sister (Elvis Presley).