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Harold Shot Jackson

Died Age 70   Biography
 

Weldon Myrick 

Died Age 76    Obituary
 

Pete Drake

Died Age 55   Biography
 

Jimmy Day

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10-08-1932 to 07-29-1988

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Don (Hugh) Helms

Died Age 81    Obituary
 

Hal Rugg 

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Bashful Brother Oswald

Died Age 90       Obituary
 

Tom Brumley

Died Age 73    Obituary
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Jerry Byrd

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Leon Mc Auliffe

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Curly Chalker

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Little Roy Wiggins

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 Buddy Emmons

  Died at Age 78

Legendary Steel Guitarist & Inventor

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"Buddy Emmons" will always be remembered!

His talent lives on in the music of many other country icons, not to mention his influence on the world of country music as a whole. Buddy played for so many country music artists. Buddy played pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar and guitar. More info:......>> Click Here!

  

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01-27-1937 to 07-21-2015

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Jack Boland Remembers His Good Friend DeWitt "Scotty" Scott Who Has Passed Away!

Jack Boland is so saddened by the loss of his friend DeWitt "Scotty" Scott for whom he has known for over 20 years. Scotty was a listener of Jack's show and loved the "Stars Of The Steel Guitar" portion of "Country Gold Classics" show. Scotty Scott is the founder of the International Steel Guitar Convention and is truly, the "Ambassador Of The Steel Guitar". DeWitt "Scotty" Scott is in the "Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame". The passing of our father by the Scott Family......>> Click Here!

 

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DeWitt "Scotty" Scott has gone to steel guitar heaven at age 83. Dewitt "Scotty" Scott was born on April 10, 1932 in Amarillo, Texas and died on September 23, 2015. He was a very nice guy who was always willing to take time to share what he knew. He started the annual "International Steel Guitar Convention" 40 plus years ago. Scotty played Western Swing and country music. In 1963 Scotty started Scotty's Music in the basement of his home. Scotty will be greatly missed!

My Story and the St. Louis Steel Guitar Convention and pictures......>> Click Here!

Country Stars Central Interview......>> Click Here!    Scotty's Video Interview......>> Click Here!

Rest In Peace "Scotty"......>> Click Here!    Scotty's Interesting Story......>> Click Here!

 

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 Remembering Howard Vokes Who Passed Away

 

Cowboy Howard Vokes, Pennsylvania's King of Country Music has passed away

 

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Howard D. Vokes was a very good business friend of Jack Boland for many years. He introduced Jack to many influential people in the music industry. Howard Vokes passed away Sunday, June 3, 2018 at the age of 86. He was born June 13, 1931. Howard “Cowboy” Vokes was one of 13 children born into a coal mining family from Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Later on in his career, Howard Vokes would go on to be known as the King of Pennsylvania Country. There is so much more to know about the artist, Howard D. Vokes. "Pennsylvania's Mr. Country Music", The Kentucky Colonel who has had so many successes and awards in his country music career. Howard was a stickler and firm believer in traditional country music. Howard Vokes was loved by everyone. He will be sorely missed!

 

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