The Day The Music Died

I realize that the recent flooding in Nashville has imposed a frightful toll of hardship in all the many ways that such disasters always do, but as a musician and recording engineer I find this particularly poignant.

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  1. JK says

    Well now Malcolm,

    The Internet works in mysterious ways. I know the owner of one of those clubs mentioned on the link, you too Jeffery. But over the years I’ve lost “quick” contact. Strangely Malcolm, you may have a degree of at least indirect acquaintance yourself.

    The owner’s Dad invented something used in the music industry, sold the patent to Motorola. I’m almost certain used first onstage by a fella with the initials “DLJ.”

    Jeffery, I figure with that tidbit you’ll recall (but you also recall one of my peccadillos). There were three kids, and the “one” might have been in your class.

    Should any of the concerned come across this post and be curious, my Dad – airplanes.

    And if I can be of any help, I’m reachable.

    Posted May 9, 2010 at 9:41 am | Permalink
  2. The three kids were all younger than I.

    Jeffery Hodges

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    Posted May 9, 2010 at 4:41 pm | Permalink