The Importance of the Guitar Man Sessions Long have we lauded the ’68 Comeback Special and deservedly so, but every triumph has its genesis and it is reasonable to say Elvis artistic comeback was with his eager involvement in the May 1966 How Great Thou Art sessions and resulting album.
September 03, 2008 | Randy Lewis | Times Staff Writer Jerry Reed, whose roles in three “Smokey and the Bandit” Southern comedy films opposite Burt Reynolds often overshadowed his gifts as a prolific country singer-songwriter and virtuoso guitarist, died Monday at his home outside Nashville of complications from emphysema. He was 71.
I came across this contract on eBay today:
Jerry Reed Promo for Mid-South Wrestling compliments of UniversalWrestling.com
Humorous song from Tim Wilson’s 1997 album “Tuned Up”.
Egyptian movie poster of the movie “High Ballin” from 1978.
Another time Jerry came in to record a PSA for Murci Homes, an organization for special needs children.
Old West Gazette was a daily radio show written and produced by Bob Sanders. The program was sponsored by Greyhound Bus.