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Texas Music Legends

This is an unreleased Bobby Boyd song, a ballad about his personal salvation experience. Bobby, a long time friend, sold me his rights to the song in 2012 in his living room at Willie Nelson's condos in Spicewood where he and Cassondra lived before he passed away. Joe Forlini is playing the guitar and is a world class talent in his own right.

    I have loved this song since the first time I heard it.  Bobby's last hit song before he passed away is "Three Nails and a Cross" by George Strait.  His most sold song is, "Two of a Kind" by Garth Brooks.  Please go to YouTube    and leave a comment if you think this is a hit. The photo is one I took in the Texas School of Music Studio in Shepherd, Texas. The men are L-R Doug Milford who produced Bobby's last album, Doc Richards, a local talent that won the Willie Nelson sing alike contest, Bobby Boyd, an East Texas Music Legend, Bubba Haley, a local celebrity and writer, The Legendary Roy Head and Buck Evans who was a house guitarist at the Grand Ole Oprey.


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