I love it girl
This kimono from Muse is absolutely gorgeous. I invested in one and know that I will enjoy it for years to come.
Charlotte your Dad was a great man.I wrestled against Jackie in the early 70's I was known as Ronnie Blastine . Jackie and I had a great match. Jackie and Spunkin can keep battling it out now.
I just love reading all the comments and stories about my daddy!! Ty for taking the time to show your respect .. He was a good man, an awesome dad and made Wrestling hall of fame and Wrestler of the decade!!! He loved his fans and was loved by many! Not sure where the info came from but he was 82, 2 days before his 83rd birthday when he passed very peacefully surrounded by his 3 daughters and 1 grand daughter. Oh .. and LTC??? Wth are you talking about?? You sayin my dad was a lost soul??? No sir PALLY!!! My daddy had the best of both worlds!! He was married 42 years to my wonderful step mom, we always sat at the table together as a family for meals and Always ssaid Grace before we ate!! Quit hatin and judge your own life! Thanks again for all the kind words!! Charlotte
I just saw my first JM concert recently, and he, at 79, was just as impressive as when I listened to his albums as a youngster. So, now, I am obsessed and listen to him every day. I also agree he should be recognized by the Kennedy Center, and did nominate him. I do believe it is long overdue.
Thank you for wearing fake fur! It looks great and no fur baby was harmed.
I downloaded and watched this on iTunes. I was so taken with it that since there was not a sountrack available for purchase I used the song listing on the official website and scoured iTunes and Amazon for the song downloads and created my own :-)
Thanks again for the love and support of Marcella!
It was such a fun night and her band rocked the zydeco songs as well as their own material. They did a killer version, U2 style of Baby Please Come Home backing Terrance.
The Memphis music community has a wonderful history and tradition of supporting their artists and their artists supporting one another. This is not always the case in other places and it shows an evolved and intelligent music culture.
We toured Stax museum when we were there this time with my family in from NC, (Marcella's grandparents). This unity was so obvious as I toured the museum and it really showed the integrity of how even the most celebrated and successful Memphis music artists supported one another. Very righteous!
Here is the link to the Facebook page for The Old Forest photos https://www.facebook.com/theoldforestphotos
Good stuff T.... keep it going proud of you. . #TheLoveDr
I think this is a novel everyone should read to find out what we need to do to take care of our own healthcare and be aware of the pitfalls within the medical system. "Follow the money" seems to be the mantra of the drug industry, the insurance system, and even some of the medical professionals themselves! Know how to be aware!
Interestingly layered musical construction. Compelling lyrics.
Successful video entertainment. Would watch again. 10/10.
Joe Boone thank you
I would love to read this! Thank you! You are adding another piece of Memphis' music history with this new book. I recently heard a really good blues-rock band from Texas who were coming through here. They said they had been to so many places, they no longer knew which town they were in, but they said they always knew when they were in Memphis because it is special.
Very proud of this young man.
I love listening to your station giving proper tribute to the "King of Rock & Roll". However, I hear so much of repeat songs, when there are hundreds we never get to hear at all. I've given a short list of songs I hope you will incorporate in the daily shows - ones I would just LOVE to hear again! Memories of my youth from a 70 yr. old Fan - Thank You! Victoria
Anyway You Want Me - 1956
Don't Forbid Me - 1956
I Want you, I Need You, I Love You - 1956
Love Me 1956
Old Shep 1956
Don't - 1958
She's Not You - 1962
Please Don't Stop Loving Me - 1965
Twelve of Never - - 1974
Unchained melody - 1977
Mongo, it is I, the tall, skinny fast running runaway from Mississippi 1972. ?3 Did not recognize you on show until I saw painting of you falling for your space as the pickers went through your travels.
Great Gizmos pic but that's not Rich Coffee--that's Sam Murphy!
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