Thank God for men like Mr. Ferlin,
He stood up for Jesus when people wouldn't & we all know it's worse now.
The country Hymn "WINGS OF A DOVE" ---- I first heard and sang along with at a Holliness Church (Sister
Lyle--- Pastor -- Hometown-Rising Sun,MD.) just across
the Mason/Dixion Line in PA.
Please if you would (Family) - e-mail me at my e-mail address (above). I would love to tell the whole story of
a service buddy of mine and me going back as much as we could to that small red brick church just above the Mason/Dixion Line.
William H. Blake
N.C. Professional Land Surveyor #L-2179
2740 Hwy. 53 West
Burgaw, NC 28425
Yours in Christ,
CowboySlim said:June 27, 2013 2:39 pm PST
Just stopped by to pay my respects.
Thanks for the music.
Ferlin Husky would come to my hometown in Wolf Point, Montana on tour and sometimes he wouldn't even have to pretend to be Simon Crum - he was Simon Crum. He would sign the inside of our arms and we wouldn't wash for days. We loved him and since the early 60s I have been a loyal fan. RIP to one of my favorites.
John Holt said:June 17, 2013 4:35 am PST
I just now learned of Mr.Husky's passing, I loved his music as a youngster growing in Lake Worth, Fla., listening to WLIZ 1380 radio. No one I know knows any of the artists of those 1960's days, I am blessed with these memories, today's music is so pathetic, no more real quality like Ferlin Husky, Roy Druske, Faron Young, George Morgan, Joe South, Tex Ritter, Roy Clark, so many.....For me, Urban Cowboy was the beginning of the end of that genre of music, no more quality, just quantity, crappy produce it fast quantity. Thank you Husky family for preserving some of a great history for some us who remember the good days
Dave Coburn said:June 15, 2013 8:35 pm PST
I ALWAYS LOVED Ferlin music since I was a little kid in the 1950s . I heard that he had passed away on Bill Macks show and was sad upon hearing about Ferlin passing.
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