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    Cool OT - Just wanderink

    How many of you know or have known someone who is or was famous (beside yourself) in music?

    For myself, I knew that guy that everyone heard of in the seventies and had quite a career in mobile homes. No, really ... Do you?

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    I know Gary!

    What do I win?

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    For what its worth, I know this guy: www.tonypalmer.org

    I once met Sonny Boy Williamson, but that was in another world
    Derek
    Things may come and things may go but the art school dance goes on forever
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    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx View Post
    How many of you know or have known someone who is or was famous (beside yourself) in music?

    For myself, I knew that guy that everyone heard of in the seventies and had quite a career in mobile homes. No, really ... Do you?
    Not gonna name drop but too many to mention, played with most of my hero's over the years but sadly that part of my life is in the past. Sure was fun though

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    I played bass in Jim Reeves' band years ago. I was just a young lad. It was an interesting and fun experience.

    Jim Reeves was a smooth country singer who had quite a few hit records during his prime.

    I also worked an extended gig on bass with Ray Stephens, The King Of Comedy Music.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    When I was a young child I was bounced on the knee in my house by Dizzy Gillespie

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    Both my parents were members of a famous choir back in the fifties, sixties.
    They were active in the musical world, so my sister and I met:

    a. Toon Vranken, musician, director of that choir
    b. Johan Weegenhuise, pianist and composer
    c. Marius Flothuis, musicologist, composer
    d. Frank Martin, composer

    Raymond

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