Frans van Zijst said:February 19, 2014 2:48 am PST
Ferlin Husky, Simon Crum, what he did was amazing. Good songs, good music and laughs when he did his Simon Crum-performance. His voice will always be remembered, Greetings from The Netherlands.
joan morgan atkinson said:February 15, 2014 2:19 am PST
I was born in the sixties, and from the island of Jamaica. I am absolutely mesmerized by this man. I never heard of him until I realized that he was the singer of one of my all time favorite song. It became an obsession to find out everything about him. He is so saint like.
DonBedrosian said:February 9, 2014 7:11 pm PST
After a long search I finally got an lp copy of Boulevard of Broken Dreams. I owned a record shop in Fresno Ca for about 10 years and never saw one, I am thrilled and thankful to you folks for having this website. Good health and happiness to all the Husky family and freinds
Audra Brock said:January 28, 2014 11:32 am PST
I am the Exec. of Estate of Ruby Allmond. Ruby wrote the song "I Mustn't Pass This Way Again" that Ferlin did a great recording of on one of his best albums. Recently I heard from a young man in Austin, TX, who had just heard this song. He said, "Why, My grandmother used to sing and play that song for us when we were children and visited with her in the summer." We really liked it."
Thank you on behalf of Ruby Allmond.
Kevin Rumrill said:January 25, 2014 8:24 pm PST
Ferlin was of my fathers generation. Although I never had the honor of seeing Ferlin in person, through my father and the music both he & I love so dearly I feel I knew Ferlin personally. The generation of people born in the 20's & early 30's new a hard time and lived their life with honor. Ferlin sang his songs with honor & meaning. He will be missed with many as we start to loose that great generation.
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