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Gil Robbins

Gil Robbins (Photo by GAB Archive/Contributor/Redferns)
Gil Robbins (Photo by GAB Archive/Contributor/Redferns)

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April 24, 2011 "Gil's leadership of The Occasional Singers was inspiring, and comes to mind frequently in many years of my music making since then. Gil was ingenious in preparing compositions, often never heard before, with a clear vision of what experience each specific piece of music could offer. Rest in peace, Gil." - James Langdell (San Mateo, CA)
April 18, 2011 "While others recall Gil's successful career, I will always remember him as drum major of the UCLA marching band c. 1950 and Mary as a flute player in the band. Gil was also a member of Phi Mu Alpha, the music fraternity at UCLA. What a glorious life Mary and Gil had together." - Ralph Shaffer (Covina, CA)
April 18, 2011 "May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow."
April 17, 2011 "To the family of the late Mr.Gil Robbins may your memories bring you comfort during this time of beravement.The family that prays together will stay together and love one another .Sweeping due for a night but joy comes in the morning.Mr.Gil will live on thru his music.Sleep own Mr.Gil Robbins." - Corletta Hardy (Garden, GA)
April 17, 2011 "i'[m old enuf to remember the highway men and your dad will be missed."
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Obituary for Gil Robbins
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Gil Robbins, a folk singer, guitarist and member of the early 1960s group the Highwaymen, has died. He was 80. Robbins died...
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