Monthly Archives: September 2013

Playing Guy Clark’s guitars

I was saddened to learn of the death of Guy Clark in The Tennessean. It was a treat to spend some time with this songwriter’s songwriter and a personal hero in 2013. Here’s the blog about that experience I hope … Continue reading

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“Doctor” Dr. John in Nashville

It must have been the right time. I was definitely in the right place. Dr. John entered the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Ford Theater for a one-hour interview and performance in conjunction with the Americana Music Association Conference in … Continue reading

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One shirt, with pedigree

The blue embroidered guitars with gold wings seemed to fly off the shirt in Lansky Brothers at the Peabody straight to me. I could almost hear some heavenly Memphis guitar licks as I viewed them on the shirt’s black background. … Continue reading

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Dim Lights and Catfights- revisited

Dim Lights and Catfights During the late 1980s and early 1990s, I sang at the Officers Club Dining Room at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky every week for a very nice event featuring prime rib, shrimp and so forth. Officers, retired officers, … Continue reading

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