Don Boner Biography

Don BonerBorn: Ft.Sill, OK June 3 1944.

Biography: At 13 Don started his own record company, CAR Records Inc. His first release on the label was “Kidnapped “, a novelty recording that got lot of air play and was on jukeboxes all over Nashville and became the number one song in Sparta, TN. Over the next several years Don made many recordings and releases including a Johnny and The Moonlighters cover of Hank Williams recording “You Win Again” which made a bullet in Billboard Magazine.

Don wrote several songs with the late Vince Matthews and then moved from Nashville to work in radio as a DJ and sales in Indiana. Along the way Don has been a Deputy Sheriff and has worked in Real Estate. Don has also worked at The New York Film Academy. In 2002, Don established his film company and wrote and directed three short films: “Ripple”, “The Bumbling Detective”, and “Welcome To Kentucky”. His movie, “Losers Lounge”, became Don’s first feature film in 2004, His next feature film was “Somewhere In Indiana” which premiered in Indianapolis in 2004.

Current Status: Don lives in Indianapolis and is very active in screen writing, mystery novels, and producing feature films.

Inducted: September 11, 2007 at the First Annual Inductions Awards Ceremony in Oklahoma, City, OK.

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