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February 23, 2014
Now you can play for GOD
August 31, 2013
Link Wray was a Guitar God May he rest in peace
January 22, 2009
I am very sorry for your loss as a family. It is so hard to lose a loved one be it a father or brother,uncle, son or friend. It must also be hard to know that in this case he is missed by so many thousands of fans. I knew of Link when I was quite young, my neighbor would play him for hours starting in the morning on Saturdays while working in his garage. This would be mixed in with the likes of Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison and others that were slinging out good riffs and a western swing feel. I remember asking him what that sound was and he introduced me to the power of Link and his driving guitar. It's been many years and with great sorrow I will say I did not know until recently of his passing. So in a better late than ever fashion I would like to send all my condolences and prayers to the Wray and extended families.
God Bless
November 22, 2008
ms. leslie soreson
rest in peace to the wray family
April 07, 2007
I would be happy to send you some photos taken back in the late 50's when I played with Link Wray, if you will tell me how? My name is Steve Forest. The one photo was taken at a bar known as "Someplace Else", in the suburbs of D.C. I played rhythm guitar, keyboard, sax and harmonica.

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