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Reggie Kniphfer
 
 Square Dance Caller
 
ID: 135
 

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Reggie Kniphfer

Norman "Reggie" Kniphfer, 87, of Fayetteville passed away June 22, 2018. Reggie grew up in Savannah, GA and played 1st chair trumpet, plus other instruments, in his school band. Reggie helped form a dance band (The Starlighters) who played at many teen dances and other functions. They disbanded to serve in the military during the Korean conflict. Reggie was a baseball player and tried out for some pro teams, including the NY Yankees. He ended up playing semi-pro baseball in Savannah. His baseball manager and the manager's wife got Reggie and his wife involved in square dancing. He started square dancing in March 1959 and began calling in December 1959. Reggie and family moved to Fayetteville, NC where he took the position of comptroller for Chrysler Corporation. He has called for many clubs and taught many dancers since Dec 1959. He has started many clubs and two of them are still dancing after 30 years! Reggie started Tarheel Records in 1998 and was the owner and producer. He has been on the staff of numerous festivals throughout the southeast. He was inducted into the Square Dance Callers Association Hall of Fame and was a 50 plus year member. His many hobbies included fishing, flying, bowling and softball. He was a member of Hope Mills United Methodist Church and was an ardent Mason and Shriner. Left to cherish his memory are his son, David Kniphfer; daughter, Cynthia Clow and husband Wayne; a grandson, Adam Kniphfer and wife Gina; and a great-grandson, David Andres Kniphfer.

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Recordings by Reggie Kniphfer:
       
 
Alone With You  (cue sheet)  Singing Call, Tarheel 147
 
Dancing With You  (sample clip) (cue sheet)  Singing Call, Tarheel 101
 
Don't Borrow Sugar  (sample clip) (cue sheet)  Singing Call, Square Tunes 115
 
I Don't Know Why  Singing Call -- with co-artist Monk Moore, Tarheel 136
 
I Had A Beautiful Time  (sample clip) (cue sheet) (lyrics)  Singing Call, Tarheel 116
 
I Saw The Light  (lyrics)  Singing Call, Tarheel 157
 
I'm Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms  Singing Call, Tarheel 169
 
Juanita Jones  (sample clip) (cue sheet) (lyrics)  Singing Call, Tarheel 102
 
Somebody Loves You  (cue sheet) (lyrics)  Singing Call, Tarheel 155
 
That's When I Miss You Most  (sample clip) (cue sheet) (lyrics)  Singing Call, Tarheel 104
 
Tiny Bubbles  (sample clip) (cue sheet) (lyrics)  Singing Call, Tarheel 109
 
What's Her Name  (cue sheet) (lyrics)  Singing Call, Tarheel 172
 
Wonder Could I Live Here Anymore  (cue sheet) (lyrics)  Singing Call, Tarheel 124

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