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The week following "the flip" I spent a week on the 'other side' - a lot. D.O.A., eventually pulled the plug days later. The Angels spoke "Matthew, it's time to get up" waving a finger at me, as usuall. So, I got up. Sorta. I heard the Angels sing. Not sure actual music, cause if so, certainly Landon Walker would of been strumming aside his marvelous voice. From football, thru life, yes the Pub too, I spent time with Landon. The should-be local star purchased The Old Milton School to display older talens like David Allen Coe, RIcky Scaggs, Juice Newton, Hank Williams III, The Confederate Railroad and more. It died when he did. But Landon's songs came alive with a CD given as gifts for Christmas in 2000,: a heart attack took him from us in Feb. 2001. Never released. I put it away - sadness of "Living On The Edge." Then forgot on TBI took me "once over the edge'. Its helped to rewrite erased thoughts of who I am, how I survived. My interview with the dead. However, very much 'Live' from the Milton Studio; will be "Hoosier Maniacs" Doug Arthur. A musician turned Sound Tech, turned Producer turned owner of a recording studio - Badd Vibrations will visit. Into the cornfields from Whittier, Calf in 1969. 'Art' graduated from Tri in '71 as a drummer for "The Rotten Berry Jam. A few bands and talents later, he opened a recording studio called ''BaddVibrations" in '87, Mr. Arthur also tunes and rebuilds pianos; currently doctoring an antique pump organ. The black jacket makes him a Harley rider, current owner of seven bikes. 1952 Pan Head is the joy of summer,.Jeff 'Beck' Sourbeer hopes to stop by,- He Rocks! Amara Riccio has graduated! And we hope to hear from her after her busy, weekend.
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