Butter Ball Paige
B. Paige, J. Jacobs, J.P. Copsey
Charayjim Music BMI
produced in Nashville by Ray Petersen
Hubert McBride Paige
Hubert McBride Paige is the birth name of Tommy "Butterball" Paige who was a Nashville steel guitar musician, song writer and lead guitar player in the Ernest Tubb Band, until he was fired by the band leader in 1949. He recorded for Bullet Records in the early fifties and was doing some platter talk in various towns (Miami, WBAL, Baltimore, WNAO. Raleigh, N. C, where he opened up the "Tobacco Barn Drive-In Grill," named after his DJ program.
In 1968, he was named A&R director for the tiny Rose Records and manager of the affiliated publishing company, CharayJim Music. located at 801 17th Avenue South, Nashville, which also was the address of Sims Records.
One Ray Petersen produced these Rose releases.and might have been the label owner.