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Stories From the Road #12

This is part of a series of posts I’ve entitled, “Stories From the Road.” Each week I will post a new story from Rick Sikes, a Texas musician who traveled the roads of Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and out to California for well over twenty years. 728 more words

Writing And Music

Moody River - Pat Boone

Moody River is song by an American singer called Pat Boone. The song is about a boy who went to a lake to meet his girlfriend but when he gets there he finds that she has committed suicide after cheating on him. 53 more words

Suicide

Ain't That A Shame: Fats Domino; Pat Boone; Cheap Trick

Hello there! This is another entry in our blog series Tim’s Cover Story Goes to the Movies. In these posts, we review a rock and roll tune that features prominently in a film. 3,433 more words

Rock And Roll

Veteran Hollywood Actor Snags Dove Award

Yesterday, the Dove Awards tweeted, “Congratulations to Pat Boone, this year’s recipient of the @SoundExchange #FairPlay Award! #FairPlayFairPay”

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Entertainment

47. Pat Boone - I'll Be Home (1956)

In December 1952 when the singles chart was in its infancy, London was gripped by the worst smog outbreak it had ever known. The Great Smog of London lasted five days and is believed to have killed approximately 12,000 people. 534 more words

Music