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W.S. "Fluke" Holland Drummer for Johnny Cash & Carl Perkins

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He was the drummer for Johnny Cash for 37 years, played during the original "Million Dollar Quartet" gathering at Sun Studio, was the first to ever play a set of drums at the Grand 'ol Oprey, and was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame.  Host Linda Rez has a conversation with "The Father of Drums", W.S. "Fluke" Holland.  

He shares these stories from the music history he lived:

*The car accident that slowed down Carl Perkin's career on the heels of Blue Suede Shoes.

*Thoughts about Sam Phillips of Sun Studio.

*What really happened on the day of the "Million Dollar Quartet" jam session.

*How he helped bring The Statler Brothers to the attention of Johnny Cash.

*The Bob Dylan Johnny Cash sessions

*What he and Johnny Cash talked about in private.

*The thing that turned Johnny Cash's career around.

*The REAL Johnny Cash

 

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