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Occupation: retired

Gender: Female
Age: 73

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Created 8/23/2003
Last Visit 7/25/2011

Mr. Thompson passed away in 2005. He was a member of BHO and his membership now belongs to his wife, Mrs. Judy Thompson. She wishes for Bobby's bio. to remain here for others to read. The following is his bio.<br> <br>Thank you.<br> <br>I played on the road with Jim and Jesse and then started playing as a studio musician in Nashville around 1967, did that as well as played Hee Haw and other television shows until i was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1984. i retired from playing in 1987. in 1988 i had to stop playing completely as i could no longer hold a pick to play with. i'm now pretty much bedbound, but i still love to talk to people about playing music.<br> <br>Bobby Thompson<br>

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