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Robert W. "Housewine" Roden

Robert W. "Housewine" Roden

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March 16, 2012
i know bobby thru some friends that went to simon kenton and they always talked very repectful and highly of him and he was very well loved by everyone that knew him ive never heard him play but those that did said that he was very good and enjoyed what he did.my prayers are with u and your family sincerly bonnie johnson
February 25, 2012
Shared an apartment in Lexington for a few months in 1972 with Bob and his wife Cindy. I saw them again in the summer of 1973 when I hitchhiked thru Eugene where they lived and were playing then. Sweet, funny guy. Great musician. Sad loss. Adrian Swain
February 24, 2012
I met Bob in Lexington many years ago. We all lived in a cheap rooming house and Bob and his marching band, jazz band buddies were amazing musicians. I remember he spent his rent money to provide wine for a house party..he chose Pineapple wine and we all tired of it pretty quickly. Beret, wispy goatee, black trench coat and a big grin..that was Bob. An incredible musician and a great person all around.
February 21, 2012
Rest in peace cuz.
February 04, 2012
I remember Bobby as a very talented child when I played in the Simon Kenton High School band under the direction of his dad, Robert R. Roden. At one of our concerts he played the drums for the audience. He was about 8 or 9. He got a standing ovation! It's nice to know he made music his life and that his life touched so many people. Pat Frederick Workman, SK 1960, Independence, KY

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