Hubert A. Nelson (vocal & steel) and James D. Touchstone (guitar & harmonica). Among the oldest recorded electric steel guitar music (probably a Rickenbacker Frying Pan). The weeping of that instrument became an essential hallmark in C&W music. Hawaiian guitars became popular in the States when Hawaii became the 50th state of the nation (shortly before WW I).
Lone Star Cowboys [alias The Shelton Brothers + Leon Chappelear]
Shelton Brothers [for RCA Bluebird, two years later for Decca]
Cliff Carlisle [as You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone]
Dixon Brothers [as Honey It's Just Because]
Dick Stabile [with Bunny Berigan on trumpet]
Saddle Tramps [as Just Because #3]
Elvis Presley [on his first lp; knew this from The Shelton Brothers (see also: Aura Lee)]
Urbanus [melody in Madammen Met Een Bontjas]
Credited to the Shelton Brothers (Art & Casey) since the Lone Star Cowboys version. In fact a musical variation on Shine (see there).