This was a 1957 release on Roulette label by Jimmie Rogers. This single hit number one on the charts. It also hit number 7 on the country charts that year. #R-4015.
Jimmie Rodgers from Camas, Washington is the second son of Archie and Mary Rodgers. He was taught music by his mother, a piano teacher, and began performing as a child, first entertaining at a Christmas show when he was only five. He learned to play the piano and guitar, and performed locally. After attending Camas High School, and briefly taking courses at Vancouver Clark Junior College, he went to work in a paper mill; although he loved music, he was uncertain whether he could turn it into a career or not. He got drafted into the Air Force during the Korean War. During his service, he was transferred to Nashville, where he was stationed at Seward Air Force Base from 1954-1956. It was during this time that he began expanding his musical repertoire. And while he was in Nashville, he first heard the song that would become his first hit, Honeycomb.
This record from 1957 still sounds very good, it shows some wear and has some marks on the label but it does still sound good.