Born Horace Leon Chappelear, Gilmer, Texas, 1 August 1909, died 23 October 1962, Gladewater, Texas. One of the founders of what became known as 'Western Swing', his first solo recordings came about in 1932.
Singles & EPs
|1756||Leon Chappel*||I'm A Do-Right Daddy / Take Your Time Mama (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||1756||US||1951||Sell This Version|
|1954||Leon Chappel*||Booger Blues / You're A Lovin' Woman (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||1954||US||1952||Sell This Version|
|S-16497||Leon Chappelear||Little Joe The Wrangler / I'd Like To Be In Texas For The Round Up In The Spring||Champion (5)||S-16497||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|OJL-1001||Leon Chappelear / Leon's Lone Star Cowboys*||Leon Chappelear / Leon's Lone Star Cowboys* - Western Swing Chronicles Vol. 2: Original Recordings, 1932 - 1937 (CD, Comp)||Origin Jazz Library||OJL-1001||US||2002||Sell This Version|