From Larry Flint—
Come help us celebrate 50 years of the Sour Mash Boys!
Sunday, September 18, 4 PM – 8 PM at Sally O’Brien’s
It’s 50 years this month since John Lincoln Wright began a new chapter in New England Country Music history and founded the Sour Mash Boys. We want to mark this anniversary with a reunion gig, which will feature some of the original band members and some fan-favorites from among Lincoln’s many band line-ups.
Pedal steel player John Macy, fiddler Bill Henderson, drummer Dave Kinsman, and Larry Flint of the early ’70’s band will be performing, as well as Sour Mash Boys & Girls from the last half-century. Peggy McDonald, wife of the late John McDonald, will also be there to represent his contribution to Sour Mash history.
Come join us to hear some great music and raise a glass to John Lincoln Wright and the Sour Mash Boys.
Sunday, September 18th, starting at 4 pm, at Sally O’Brien’s, 335 Somerville Ave., Union Square, Somerville. $10 cover.
Wow! This ought to be fun!
I have seen only one other 7 inch 33 13/RPM disk, one featuring Jimmie Dickens. When the 45 format was first sold by RCA in the mid 1950’s, either Capitol or Columbia (?) tried to compete with this format with 7 inch 33 1/3, small-hole records, even to the point of marketing small record players just for that size, similar to the tiny 45 RPM players. They were not very successful.
I still have the Jimmy Dickens record.
Great. Will pass the word to country
Cindy lane adams from true country
Hey, two Cindys! 🙂