Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes artist, musician and writer Robert Haydon.
My name is Bob Haydon and I started playing the guitar when I was 12, the banjo when I was 14. I didn't start writing my first book until I was 65. Here's a quick version of how this has all come together: As a Musician: I played rock'n roll in the late 50's, early 60's with Steve Miller (of the Steve Miller Band). Boz Scaggs and Buddy Miller, Steve's brother, alternated on bass. With Baron Cass and Rodger Gaulding, we were called The Marksmen. Steve has stated on many occasions that we were the first Rock band in Dallas and I agree. In 1998 I released a bluegrass instrumental CD, "Collage," with Mike Auldridge, Steve Miller, Steve Kaufman, Andy Owens and some other top-notch players. "Collage" is available at countysales.com. I Graduated from SMU with a BFA and my paintings can be seen at the Connally Street Gallery in Sulphur Springs, Texas
My fiction book "The Panhandle Murders" is available at almost all online book sites. Kensinger is my current release.
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