Col. Parker really turned music into the "music business". I'm sure there are other examples. Col. Tom might be one of the most recognizable.
Music, on the sales level of the Eagles, is a business and no different than any other venture.
I don't blame Henely for trying to protect his artistic...
Yes. Send me a couple of them.
Then skin it and throw it on the Weber.
Send the skin to a good boot maker, couple pair of boots and maybe a belt or a guitar strap.
I saw a snakeskin covered Twin Reverb once. I thought it was cool.
The "Ranch Show" would have been Tom Brumley. Live in London and into the Hee Haw era would have been Jay Dee Maness. Who knows after Jay Dee.
Jay Dee was with the Desert Rose Band.
I remember seeing Curly in the mid-eighties in a little cabaret in Laughlin, Nevada. Just himself and a backing...