Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed doing a duet of "Jerry's Breakdown." I forget how good of a guitar player Jerry Reed was . . .
Funny thing . . . Jerry was interviewed several times saying that if not for Chet Atkins, he would have never had a hit record.
In Chet's biography, Chet writes that he owed so much to Jerry for showing him some new stuff that revitalized Chet's career as a result.
Amazing . . .
I guess I should thank my friends Joe, Floyd, Alan and Sean for showing me guitar stuff, in the process inspiring me to become a better player.
I am blessed.
God's grace still amazes me . . . ><>
There is little doubt that the most famous guitar in the world, or at least the most famous Martin guitar, is Willie Nelson's guitar, ...
I remember when this young man was a young boy who came down every Sunday when I led the Children's Time in worship at First United ...
I reported several weeks ago that I had taken two of my acoustic guitars in for repairs. I recently dropped my Martin D-18 retro onto a ...