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June 6, 2012
June 6, 2012
Many times Doc's music took me down to the valley to pray, it aloud me to cry then picked me up and pointed me in the right direction. We have his music, Heaven has a new star. Have a great journey Doc; greet Merle for us, until we meet again.
June 5, 2012
The weight of Doc's passing is hard to bear ;but at the same time thought of his presence thru his music will ring like church bells on the mountain top!
June 5, 2012
I first heard of Doc in 1962. I was 24, now I'm 74. While in college I picked up the guitar & I was immediately attracted. My own dad had been a country player in the twenties. I first saw him at the old Second-Fret club in Philadelphia in 1964. He entered the stage from the floor above by an old narrow cast iron spiral staircase.Using one hand on the rail & the other with his guitar. It was love at first site. I saw him several times at the old Main-Point coffee house in suburban Philly. I could have reached out and touched him. I will miss him dearly. I was driving in my car while listening to him singing "Your lone Journey Home" I wept. He was a great man. So humble, so humble! Thanks Doc for 50 years.
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