RIGHT ON THE MONEY R.S. I DIDN,T WANT TO NAME THE SONG AND MAYBE GIVE IT AWAY. AND AFTER I PUT IT UP, I THOUGHT TO MY SELF THAT I SHOULD OF SAID EVERYONE BUT JON R.S., AND ALAN TAKE A GUESS THE FIRST COUPLE DAYS. I KNEW ONE OF THE THREE OF YOU WOULD HAVE THAT ANSWER I,AM ALSO SO GLAD YOU KNEW TOO JON PEACE PAUL P.S. I CAN SEE THAT THE NEXT QUESTION WILL NEED TO BE A BIT TOUGHER RS (BUT I HAVE A FEELING YOU,LL ALSO KNOW IT TOO (COOL)
Keep it up. I think the important thing is to discuss those ledgends and pioneers who deserved to be recognized. Also, the stories are incredible and help us understand what I think is the very important of the American experience and American history that is mostly not known.
Paul, you brought up a great one and a fascinating one. I remember the reactions and looks of the young kids who were at the Newport Festival. I believe Martin Scorcase did a really strong episode about him on the Blues documentary.
I have one in mind to do that is someone still living.