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News in Photos as of June 10, 2018 Week
By John Gavin, Sunday, June 17, 2018


Marty Robbins, Country Music Legend, had the

No 1 hit, A White Sport Coat and A Pink Carnation,

61 Years Ago on June 10, 1957.

Remembering Stacy Phillips, Master of The Dobro in Bluegrass Music and fiddle player, who Passed away on June 4/18 at age 73 in SA
Remembering D.J. Fontana who passed away on June 13/18 in Nashville at age of 87. He was the former drummer of Elvis Presley until 1968. He recorded 460 Presley cuts for RCA and appeared in many of Presley's movies. He appeared with Elvis on the famous Ed Sullivan Show and on Presley's 1968 Comeback TV Special. He is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and The Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Remembering Legend Matt (Guitar) Murphy Blues Artist Who Passed Away on June 15/18 at age 88. He was guitarist for The Blues Brothers and Sideman for Blues Legends Howlin' Jack, Muddy Waters and Memphis Slim
Remembering Bob Fuller, Montreal old-school country-music legend Bob Fuller who has passed away at 84 on June 12/18 in Montreal who suffered with diabetes and dementia. He was born in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. He was keeping old-time country and bluegrass alive for over 40 years.Remembering singer Billy Thunderkloud from BC/Alberta who passed away on June 5/18 at age 70 in Florida. He died from a stroke and pneumonia. His greatest achievement was when he was chosen Outstanding Indian of the Year in 1975. He and his band, The Chieftones performed at President Nixon's second Inaugural Ball.