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Hot as fire video of J.D. and The Grascals

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Feb 22, 2022 - 2:18:45 PM
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7726 posts since 8/30/2004

J.D. and the Grascals. The singer is on fire....J.D. is on fire too. He really lays it on at the end of the song...Jack  p.s. Kristin Scott is amazing...

Sunny Side of the Mountain

Edited by - Texasbanjo on 02/22/2022 15:39:40

Feb 22, 2022 - 3:40:14 PM
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Texasbanjo (Moderator)

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27398 posts since 8/3/2003

Great video! However, I've moved it to Other Banjo Related, as it has nothing to do with tabs.

Feb 22, 2022 - 4:04:17 PM

7726 posts since 8/30/2004

Great and thanks Sherry...Jack

Feb 22, 2022 - 6:18:55 PM

6604 posts since 10/13/2007

That was a great Grascles band. Terry and Jamie were so unique. Mr. Crowe sure enjoyed his music didn't he? He made people smile a lot. When he broke that leg one year, I think that hurt him long time. At least that is my impression. Thanks for posting Jack. Lots of good stuff to see and hear.
ken

Feb 22, 2022 - 6:24:46 PM

14777 posts since 10/30/2008

Terry Eldredge is a showman! Crowe was playing some really tasty stuff!

Feb 22, 2022 - 6:35:21 PM
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roydsjr

USA

802 posts since 5/17/2007

Loved it! Thanks for posting!

Feb 23, 2022 - 6:03:59 AM

4239 posts since 3/28/2008

Sure looks like they're enjoying themselves.

;^)

Apr 2, 2022 - 3:05:47 AM

1202 posts since 7/25/2006

quote: Crowe never broke a leg.  He Broke a arm on a Friday Night in Ohio. I  received his Boiled eggs Prank the Next Day in the Mail. When Ricly Wasson Told me who mailed those Eggs,  I told Ricky to Tell Crowe,,I hope his damn arm falls off. Crowe never let me forget that Prank,  Neither did I forget,,,,,Around me ,, He was on High alert the rest of his life,,,To this day, His family still bring up those Boiled Eggs<<<<<
Originally posted by From Greylock to Bean Blossom

That was a great Grascles band. Terry and Jamie were so unique. Mr. Crowe sure enjoyed his music didn't he? He made people smile a lot. When he broke that leg one year, I think that hurt him long time. At least that is my impression. Thanks for posting Jack. Lots of good stuff to see and hear.
ken


Edited by - Bob Rodgers on 04/02/2022 03:14:21

Apr 2, 2022 - 4:02:46 AM

6604 posts since 10/13/2007

quote:
Originally posted by Bob Rodgers
quote: Crowe never broke a leg.  He Broke a arm on a Friday Night in Ohio. I  received his Boiled eggs Prank the Next Day in the Mail. When Ricly Wasson Told me who mailed those Eggs,  I told Ricky to Tell Crowe,,I hope his damn arm falls off. Crowe never let me forget that Prank,  Neither did I forget,,,,,Around me ,, He was on High alert the rest of his life,,,To this day, His family still bring up those Boiled Eggs<<<<<
Originally posted by From Greylock to Bean Blossom

That was a great Grascles band. Terry and Jamie were so unique. Mr. Crowe sure enjoyed his music didn't he? He made people smile a lot. When he broke that leg one year, I think that hurt him long time. At least that is my impression. Thanks for posting Jack. Lots of good stuff to see and hear.
ken


 


Thanks for correcting me on the leg/arm thing. Sounds like he always found a way to laugh. But Bob, do you think that accident had any long term affects on his health?

thanks for sharing your egg story.

ken

Apr 2, 2022 - 6:28:14 AM

1202 posts since 7/25/2006


In No way did the Broke Arm have any effect on his health issues.  None what so ever,, I will not be the person to discuss those problems. Those will come from someone else.  I had discussions with Crowe concerning those Issues.  Not trying to be short with anyone,  Its out of respect for him,,,Bob

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Apr 2, 2022 - 2:55:17 PM

13223 posts since 1/15/2005

I think I have mentioned this before, but I loved talking with JD at the Banjothon the years he would be there. I always waited toward the end of the day when everyone else had finished rubbing elbows with him and he might be by himself sitting along the side of the room. I would never talk banjos, although I know he would be courteous and talk about them with me. I always talked to him about muscle cars and his granddaughter, whom he was so proud of ..... pretty obvious from the smile on his face when I would mention her. He was one of the good guys that will be sorely missed!

Apr 2, 2022 - 9:11 PM

1202 posts since 7/25/2006

Mention a Old Western Movie,  You were in  for a history lesson. He could tell you ever actor in those movies. Never seen any person with more knowledge of Old western movies.  Took him To see a huge gun collection of the old west . Thought I would never get him out of that place,,,Bad idea on my part,,we were suppose to visit that place again in 2021,  Things never worked out our way,,,

Apr 3, 2022 - 3:59:57 PM

13223 posts since 1/15/2005

quote:
Originally posted by Bob Rodgers

Mention a Old Western Movie,  You were in  for a history lesson. He could tell you ever actor in those movies. Never seen any person with more knowledge of Old western movies.  Took him To see a huge gun collection of the old west . Thought I would never get him out of that place,,,Bad idea on my part,,we were suppose to visit that place again in 2021,  Things never worked out our way,,,

 


I wish I had know that Bob...... I'm also a fan of old westerns and love the old guns of that era, particularly the Single Action Army Colts.  I have a nice one in my collection from 1919 that has never been fired.

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