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Re: “The Bar That Time Forgot

Played there in 1985 I think it was along with Terry Shifflet,Eric Nelson and Brad Hutton, We were on stage and I was singing Good iime Charlie's got the blues and in walked Leon Russel (His Song) I was so nervous I didn't know rather to quit or run.But after were finished he told us we done a good job on it and shook our hand.

Posted by Larry Nelson on 08/26/2015 at 2:49 PM

Re: “He Fights the Law

Superheroes are real!

Posted by Amazed on 08/25/2015 at 7:21 AM

Re: “Rock in a Hard Place

Hi Guys Mindy and the girls were struggling originaly but it wasnt long before they became a force. I played with numerous bands then and also played almost every where the girls played. While with the Closed Book we recorded at Globe and played the window on Broad. Wobderful times. I guit playin for many years. I started back playin out just finger pickin in 2010. I ran ibto Jean on FB and sheis still a very nice lady. I wonder what mindy ever did with the chords to Stagger Lee and Hey Baby by the Bucminghams. I snuck them to her during Chemistry Class I think. They were friends and I had more than one discussion with some players that felt challenged by them. Long time ago in a place far far away. In times that were changing. Telecasterron@hotmail.com
guitarist for The KATZ a TCB band.doin Graceland and remembering when I was young. Wished I still had that 58 Strat I swapped for from Rick Key and Krystals.
Ron Tramel
Those lady's were everything you've hear and more. They were better than there recordings.

Posted by Sharon Tramel on 08/24/2015 at 9:50 PM

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