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Preston Page said:   December 18, 2013 9:43 am PST
I played the fiddle for Terry Preston in Salinas, California in 1950 -- he wa great entertainer at that early stage of his career -- we wee both in our early twenties at the time... He is sorely missed already..go with God, Terry... Pepper

Bruce Gibbons said:   December 15, 2013 9:36 am PST
Watching Ferlin's videos I think my favrote hands down is Gone when he added his fantastic bass to for having such a high pich voice it's hard to belive he had sucha great bass. Once again Ferlin RIP! You are missed.

Rich McCarver said:   December 12, 2013 8:45 am PST
When I was a kid my Dad and I use to listen to Ferlin Husky's LP's on a very large RCA cabinet stereo. Every Saturday afternoon! Dad and Ferlin have both passed now but they together have left me with great memories. I'm from Farmington MO but never had the chance to meet or see Ferlin in concert. Best wishes!

Ralph Armitage said:   December 7, 2013 11:14 pm PST
Happy Birthday Ferlin. Gone not forgotten. One of the best singers ever.

Wanette Robertson Turner said:   December 7, 2013 9:58 pm PST
The world lost a great gift when Ferlin passed. I'd like to share a memory - I was a female vocalist in Branson, MO in the early 90s. Ferlin had a morning show at the Cristy Lane Theatre, where I was fortunate enough to land the job to open for him and also sing backup for him with another gal in the second half of the show. Hands down Ferlin was the sweetest and kindest professional entertainer I've ever worked with over the years and there have been many. When I left the show, he actually teared up and wept with me as I was saying goodbye. He truly cared about me. He treated me with respect and was a tremendous encourager. I loved singing with him on stage and when he would act like Simon Crum, it always made me laugh. I will miss you Ferlin. The world and I, was fortunate to know you. - Wanette

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