BAKER STREET NOUVEAUTÉS
- TINSLEY ELLIS - MOMENTS OF TRUTH [Alligator Records]
° Tell The Truth
BAKER STREET NOUVEAUTÉS
- ALISON HEAFNER - SONGS [Unsigned]
BAKER STREET AUSSIE NOUVEAUTÉS
The Jerry Lee LEwis Concert is January 31st. The only tickets availabe are $27. You can contact our Box Office at 1.866.447.3275, ext. 30356 to purchase tickets. For booking a room, I have included on this e-mail our Call Center/Reservations Manager and Supervisor who will be able to assist with booking a room. You should receive an e-mail from them later for more details. Or you can call them at 1.866.447.3275, and press 0 for the Call Center. They will be happy to assist you.
Yakoki (thank you),
Admin. Assistant of HR
Pearl River ResortHalito,
The Resort has a limited number of rooms available for Saturday, Jan. 31, 2009 at Golden Moon.
The rooms are booking fast due to the Jerry Lewis concert.
The rate at this time is $159, rates flucuate based on availability.
You may call the toll free number and speak with the reservation agent to book, they wil be happy to assist.
I just checked and the box office will be open at 3pm today.
If we can be of further assistance, please advise.
Yakoki, (Thank You)
Call Center Supervisor
Pearl River Resort
THE KILLER http://jerryleelewis.com/
Subject: devil make a third
image courtesy of http://www.pearlriverresort.com/new-entertainment-concerts.htmlfrom: ROCKIN' Rodney Justo
subject: Speaking of Jerry Lee.
When I went to Nashville to make my first record, the day before I was going to record, Ray Stevens took me to a Jerry Lee Lewis recording session.
I'd met Jerry Lee a couple of times before because I'd worked dates with him, but he surely had no idea who I was.
Now remember, I was 19 years old and I'd never even SEEN a studio, and here I am at a session, watching a legend record.
This guy walks in like he's the owner,says hi to everybody sits down at the piano, and proceeds to play like it's his living room.
They recorded the standard four songs in the three hour session. (Try THAT nowadays)
Live, no "punch me in", no overdubs, just authentic, Rock and Roll.
One song was called "I'm on Fire" and he never came close to singin' it the same way twice.
I never did hear the record.
I always said that, I wish it had been a big hit so I could say that I was there when it was recorded.
Well, it wasn't.
But I WAS there when it was recorded, and it's enough.
Go Killer!ya might wanna stay east as there is a grand jam Feb 7th at BB Kings NYC for my 65th b'day celebration.
Al KooperNote from Tom Sorrells, local District Attorney
"When I first went to work in the courthouse I got interested in devil make a third. There was only one copy in the library special collection and you could not take it out. Lemma Baxley had some portions copied. I would go to Judge Baxley and he could tell you who all the characters in the book were since his father and grandfather helped found the town. that has been a long time. later I got a copy when it was again in publication but I had forgotten who he said each one was."
from: Bama Queen
I finally got a pic of Wayne's Headstone. One of his granddaughter's friends took it while in Washington recently. I'm glad to have it, but so, so sad.
left to right: Dave Robinson, Amos Tindell, Bobby Goldsboro, John Rainey Adkins, Gerald Hall
top to bottom: John Rainey Adkins, Bobby Goldsboro, Amos Tindell, Dave Robinson
Robert, I was searching the web for Amos Tindell and saw your post on the DHS '68 website regarding him. I grew up 2 houses down from him on West Newton Street and was friends with his daughters back in the 70's. They would come down from Birmingham and stay with him and his parents for the summers and some holidays. I was actually trying to find Jeannie and Wenda.
If you have any info, I would appreciate it.