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January 24, 2015
Ferlin Husky worked at the Forest Park Highlands after he came out of the Merchant Marines, at the Skeet Balls, I believe, near the photo studio where I worked at the Highlands in about 1945. He walked me home one night and asked me if I wanted to go out with him and his guitar and sit in at some bar or saloon and play and sing. I was too young for that. He went by the name of George at the Highlands. Years later I met his cousin, Homer Husky, when he was my manager at Walgreen and he confirmed Ferlin went by the name of George at that time.
April 26, 2014
one of the best country western singers that ever lived we miss you
April 22, 2014
Igrew up on Ferlins music along with HankSr my fave song was WINGS OF A DOVE he is very much missed
April 12, 2014
I heard him sing at a bar in Miami, Fl. in 1972 or 1973 I remember telling my husband that he song the song great and my husband told me he should because there his song and he told me who he was after that Ferlin Husky came up to me and grab a beer coster from the bar and sign it and gave it to me.I was so shock couldn't say a word but I still have it to this day.R.I.P.
Paulette Adams ( Trumann, Ar.)
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