Hi! I grew up listening to Ferlin Husky and I sure wish I couldve had the opportunity to meet him. He and my grandmother Evelyn Husky were cousins and I wouldve not only enjoyed meeting him but I would love to meet some of my extended family on the Husky side as well. :) I would really enjoy learning about the family history and our genealogy. Id love to hear from some of the family and swap some info. Hope to hear from you soon!! :-)
dieter said:October 7, 2014 4:46 pm PST
as a kid we always heard Ferlin Husky, Don Gibson, and Johnny Cash around the house, fond memories of good food, good times, good music period. And what a wonderful tribute to that man that made us smile and feel good with this wonderful web page. Thank you, it's made my day and brought memories forgotten till just now. Thanks again. Top of the Day, loved it all.
Rae Lopez said:October 5, 2014 6:46 pm PST
I simply adored Ferlin's SINCE YOU'VE GONE. He was simply beautiful raw talent. And I'm not even a fan of country and western music.
Rae Monsanto said:October 4, 2014 7:58 pm PST
I adored Ferlin, especially when he sang SINCE YOU'VE GONE. Absolutely adored his voice.
Cynthia McGee said:September 12, 2014 7:32 am PST
My name is Cynthia McGee. I was a little girl about 8 years old in Chicago around 1968 and they would commercially advertise on our channel 9 the song of this man singing "I saw God by the Seashore" and I was totally enamored by this song. It touched me so greatly even at the tender age of eight. That was about 46 years ago and recently I had to find out who sang this song because to this day it still touches my heart. I was impressed by this song, but even more impressed with the life of Ferlin Husky when I found out who he was. I just wanted you to know that an impact was made on a little black girl in Chicago, Illinois around 1968 through that song "I saw God" that still burns in my heart today
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