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July 03, 2012
I would Like to send Mr Grants family the words to a song i have written as a tribute to him. I`m play slap bass and guitar and a big fan of Johnnys . I cant seem to find how to get a message to them. email Address is elvismemphisjedi@yahoo.co.uk. Many thanks RIP
July 03, 2012
I have wrote a tribute to him.Elvis Memphis
February 03, 2012
Miss you, Marshall. God Bless.
December 30, 2011
Marshall made my life special from the first time I met him. He was never afraid to say what he thought and I have always valued what he did for me in the world of country music.
November 10, 2011
Marshall was a wonderful friend for 25 years. I will miss him forever.
September 18, 2011
so sad to learn of his death,may he rest in peace,jack kane.
August 30, 2011
A true gentleman, a great entertainer
Thankyou for your contribution to country music
May you be enjoying catching up with John, June, Carl, Luther and Waylon in heaven.

Pamela (Australia)
August 29, 2011
To all the members of Marshall's family my deepest sympathy. He was a wonderful man. I was first introduced to Johnny Cash in 1964, and got to be an opening act in 1968. I was introduced to Marshall at that time. Over the years he was with Johnny if I showed up at a concert he would always bring me backstage. In 2006 after I recorded an album called "Rockabilly Heart" with songs I wrote about growing up at the birth of rock & roll,
I sent Marshall a copy and when I spoke with him after he had heard it, he was very complimentary of our attempt to capture the old sound. I was able to see Johnny one last time on his final tour and my son was able to meet him also. I cherish my memories of Marshall and all those good times with the Cash troupe. I know he will be greatly missed. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Marty Wendell
Valley Falls, NY
August 15, 2011
As a teenager in the Mid 1970s I started listening to Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits on Sun Records and discovered the incredible music that Marshal Grant and Luther Perkins recorded along side Johnny Cash at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis back in the 1950s. Marshal will go down as one of the greatest Bass players in the History of Rockabilly and Country Music. With his unique sound, he inspired a generation of Bass players worldwide. Without Marshall Grant and Luther Perkins there might never have been a Johnny Cash. Hey Marshal, say hello to Carl Perkins for me up there in Rock N Roll Heaven and thanks again for all the great music. A true legend, now you belong to the Ages!
August 15, 2011
Jesus called. Rest in pease.

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3 days before he passed away. sound check aug 3rd 2011

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