Well, here it is the day after Christmas (I’m still saying Christmas as there still is no ‘war’ to be fought) and our stats will be down today as most of you have other things going on. A lot of you dislike my Country Music posts—not all, but some—so I’ll post one today when some of you won’t be paying attention. In other words I’m trying to sneak one by you.
My brothers and I met Stonewall Jackson at Winter Gardens nightclub in Elizabethtown, Ohio in 1967. I know it was 1967, because I remember the album he had out at the time—“Help Stamp Out Loneliness.” Why I remember this, I have no idea. You know, stuff just stays in your head.
My father was a big fan of Stonewall’s and Dad got to meet him and shake his hand. I’m glad Mr. Jackson was a good old country boy about it as my father got a kick out of this.
“Don’t Be Angry” was a song by father loved. I’m going to put it up here today in his memory.
Now, I’m sneaking away.
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