As a young announcer in the mid-1960s at WPLY, Plymouth, Wisconsin, I became familiar with Ferlin's music, spinning his tunes on ancient turntables to warmth of an equally old vacuum tube powered 500 Watt transmitter. Now, living in rural Florida, I've started a small FM station where Ferlin lives on. Visit WZQR.FM and enjoy Ferlin and the other greats from bygone days.
Robert D Huskey Sr said:July 29, 2014 3:52 pm PST
My great grand father was Delafayette Huskey. He had a brother Lewis. I am told Lewis was Ferlins grand father. You wouldn't have a picture of Ferlins grandfather I could see? I have Delafayette's picture.
Trace Harrill said:July 12, 2014 5:15 pm PST
I was born in Nashville,Tenn,I lived on 15th Ave.N just 3 doors down from Mr.Husky and behind the Broadcast Studio where he and many of his fellow artist would perform.I don't know much but when he would come out,jump into his car with his name plaque on the door he was always ready with a smile and something sweet to say to us kids on the block.I'm now 64 and a professional musician myself.I'm certain,Nashville and his kind manner had a whole lot to do in the shaping of my life.Little things mean a lot and he meant and still does play a happy role in my memories and makeup.
Eddie Wallace said:July 6, 2014 10:33 am PST
One of the best,his songs were a treat to listen to ,he left us too soon
Jim Tribble said:June 8, 2014 4:56 am PST
I was introduced to Ferlin by a close friend way back in 1964, started buying albums (With Gone) and build a good collection of vinyl, tapes, CDs, and now varied internet sites. I was pleased to finally end up in a city where I could attend his show. That was the first time I encountered Simon Crum. I laughed so hard I cried and almost pulled a muscle in my mid-section. I was also invited to go backstage and meet with him. He was a most gracious gentleman. Bless him and his family.
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