Shoot the breeze! (Page 25)
KeithJ: I havn't had a drink in couple weeks but this evening I will in honor of the over 1500 who died in 1912 April 15th on the HMS Titanic ,,
The last survivor was Eliza Gladys "Millvina" Dean (2 February 1912 – 31 May 2009 age 97 ,,,she was 2 months old while on the ship .
KeithJ: My computer I put together 7 years ago from parts and still using Windows XP Pro but the PC board is 10 years old AMD Athlon 64 with a 2,4 gigahertz processor and only 1.5 gig of ram memory . and mostly pirated software.
LoisS: CCR, nice! Neil Young Did they know you to pull you up there with them or is that why you were there, to jam with them. Either way its a cool memory to have. You have a very nice voice for that kind of music.
KeithJ: Neil made me go up and fill in with some others on some songs in their background with harmonica or bass and or rhythm guitar at times ,,,my voice used to have a higher pitch then as compared to that video . ,,,My great uncle was country legend Ralph Stanley they used his song in that movie "Brother where art thou",,,,,song "Man of Constant Sorrow"
I had a wife die April 8th 2010 she was a Young and her cousin was country guy fame Farron Young,,her Birthday was April 6th amd Mine is April 24th and my sister Died April 23rd 2012 but her Birthday was December 25th ,,,kind of a sad month for me.
KeithJ: I lived in Indiana 4 years ago all my life and Bobby Helms the guy who done original "Jingle bell rock" song lived near me he used to loan me out , we hung out in Sweetwood studios but that is long defunct and gone,, Bobby Died in 1997.