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I like the old outlaws like Waylon, Merle, Cash and Hank Jr. but not Willie too much.
 
 


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I like Willie best, I think.
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I used to work for Willie, Wille Nelson's Whiskey River, Greenville Ave, Dallas.  Also worked for David Allen Coe, David Allen Coe's Yellow Rose of Texas, Greenville Ave, Dallas.  Willie was OK, Coe.. not.
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David Allen Coe (forgot about him), he is the leader of the outlaws.  He used to do the Tulsa Gun Show pretty regular.  He'd pull in, in a long Cadillac limo with a license plate that read, DAC.
 
He's got some great songs but most of them can not be published here.  Here's a few of my favorites.
 
 
 
Kickboxer, I bet you can tell some good stories.  I'd love to sit around the campfire with ya sometime and hear them.


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The standing order was that when Coe came in, screw the top off a fresh quart of Jack Black and hand it to him on his way to the stage.  He drank it all before he left...
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I remember growing up listening to Johnny Cash with my parents all the time. Thunbs Up



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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

David Allen Coe (forgot about him), he is the leader of the outlaws.  He used to do the Tulsa Gun Show pretty regular.  He'd pull in, in a long Cadillac limo with a license plate that read, DAC.
 
He's got some great songs but most of them can not be published here.  Here's a few of my favorites.
 
 
 
Kickboxer, I bet you can tell some good stories.  I'd love to sit around the campfire with ya sometime and hear them.
Not in the same genre, 90's group Kris Kross...

"Warm it up, Chris..."


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Never met her...
met Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Tanya Tucker, Crystal Gayle.
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Saw Toby Keith a while back and the introduction band was a guy named... Paul Thorn... I thought he was really good, different than others have you guys heard or heard of him?
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I gotta go with Johnny Cash.  Dave Coe is a close second.

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How could I forget Mr. Daniels.
 
 
 
Look at the names on the opening credits.
 
 
 
 
 


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Awesome songsters

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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

How could I forget Mr. Daniels.
 

 


Meet Charlie and the rest of the CDB while doing a three month stay in LA back in the early 80's. Good folks. Thunbs Up



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL-1T9g5-vU

My favorite album by them.






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Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

How could I forget Mr. Daniels.
 

 


Meet Charlie and the rest of the CDB while doing a three month stay in LA back in the early 80's. Good folks. Thunbs Up



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL-1T9g5-vU

My favorite album by them.




That's what I have always heard about Charlie Daniels "just good folks".  Love the music.


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Ya'll ever heard of 'Hayseed Dixie"? 
 
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The Real Hank Williams...
Hank Snow
 
CDB... I've got a bad picture with me Charlie and friends. I've seen him live a dozen times.
 
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I'll tell y'all about a little rock in the middle of the I.O. called Diego Garcia.  Dec 19th 1986 Myself a about 600 sailors from Battle Group "Charlie" were stuck on that little Atoll for Christmas.  It was 4 dollars a minute (cash on the barrel head) to call back to the states.  I talked to my soon to be wife for 45 min.  Then headed over to a warehouse that held about 200 guys with 350 waiting to hear Loretta Lynn. It was put out that she had injured her ankle in Guam and more that likely was going to be a NO SHOW. I was stuck over on the side of the stage (not a very good seat) and had a good view of the back stage area when Loretta Lynn hobbled in on crutches.  The band and back up singer had warmed up the crowd a it was her time to sing. She dropped the crutches had someone pull off the soft cast and put a shoe on. She was hoppin' all over the back stage area but when she hit the curtain she never missed a beat.  You would have never known she had a messed up ankle. She stayed on stage for over a half hour singing and bringing a little bit of home to a bunch of squids stuck on a rock in the middle of the Indian Ocean.  I've always had respect for her after that.  Shaina's Fine, but Loretta will always be THE Queen to me.       Man I had to break out the cruise book tonight to reminisce. LOL


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Like most of the older stuff the best.  Some of the new stuff is ok.  Like the Statler Brothers and Oak Ridge Boys as well.
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