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  • #76
    When I walk into a building wearing my signature attire of faded dusty ball cap, T-shirt, ripped and mud stained faded blue jeans and sneakers, and I'm like..




    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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    • #77
      Dr. John, he of New Orleans gumbo, passed away on June 6th, at age 77....



      And known for his "New Orleans "voodoo rock":









      The life and times of Dr. John:



      His music was "a gumbo of rock, blues, jazz, funk, and New Orleans voodoo mysticism":

      https://www.nbcnews.com/news/obituar...es-77-n1014831

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      Last edited by CMD; 06-09-2019, 03:45 PM.
      Rhode Island

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      • #78
        Folks Here’s a Song I Wrote last year. ‘The Old Wagon’ Recorded in the Man Cave. Vocals all Guitars and Mandolin by me. I’ve been playing guitar and writing songs since 1969’. https://youtu.be/HP-M_9ZAoto
        Last edited by Sage hen jack; 06-12-2019, 10:51 AM.

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        • gregszybala
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          Very nice, like your style and the work on that guitar is beautiful.

        • Kentucky point
          Kentucky point commented
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          I sense a movie soundtrack is in your future!

        • JoshinMO
          JoshinMO commented
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          I clicked on The link several times in The last 2 or 3 Day's but haven't been able to get to a Video.

      • #79
        Thanks CMD.🇺🇸

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        • #80
          Thanks for the Compliments guys. Music is one of my many passions. I also Create Custom Guitars/Native American/Western Art. notice the Abalone Arrowheads on the Guitar bridge😜. I Build one Guitar a year. It takes me 4 months, all by hand. I Name each one after a famous Native American! The one in the PIC is Named the ‘Washakie’ after the famous Shoshone Chief from western Wyoming
          Last edited by Sage hen jack; 06-12-2019, 10:59 AM.

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