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Jeff Hyman


From:
West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 1 Feb 2009 11:28 am     Reply with quote

Gary Lee Gimble wrote:
I had to use a gallon of Head and Shoulders to get back to normal

Gary,

Did you mean Head and Shoulders and Back and Butt? :-) You ain't got enough on top to require a Gallon <vbg>.
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Bob Grado


From:
Holmdel, New Jersey
Post Posted 3 Feb 2009 4:17 am     md Reply with quote

Quote:
Is BoB G moving to Baltimore?


Only if "Red Hot Country" is getting back together.
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Gary Lee Gimble


From:
Gaithersburg, Maryland
Post Posted 3 Feb 2009 10:48 am     Reply with quote

Butch is waiting fur ya Razz Laughing He use to sneak in to watch Jay, hiding in the back....what a piece of work....
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Tommy Auldridge


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 23 Jul 2009 11:19 am     Reply with quote

BUMP>>>> Let's Get Serious! And Have Some Fun.
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Gary Lee Gimble


From:
Gaithersburg, Maryland
Post Posted 24 Jul 2009 12:19 am     Reply with quote

tommy, go back to bed Smile
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Tom McCarthy


From:
Laurel, Maryland, USA
Post Posted 2 Oct 2009 5:02 am     Hi Tommy Reply with quote

We have met on a couple of occasions; I tried out for "Pikesville Rye" once years ago as a singer/guitar player. Band picked someone else. More recently, we met at the Wheaton American Legion. I was playing with "Lost Memories" a country and oldies band. I was just packing up my Mullen when you arrived, so I guess you didn't hear me play steel. I play guitar and sing and would love to meet some interesting folks who like the classic country sound. Be wel, drop me a line sometime, Tommy (my name also)
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Tommy Auldridge


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 7 Oct 2009 7:39 am     Reply with quote

Hey Tom: I remember you, and yes, we should get together sometime. I'll send you an email and we can talk about it.
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Tommy Auldridge


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 24 Jan 2015 3:17 pm     Bump for no good reason Reply with quote

Just a bump to see if theres's any new interest. Tommy.....
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Mike Waddell


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 25 Jan 2015 6:04 pm     As a matter of fact... Reply with quote

Hey Tommy,
Add me to the list. I'm up in Harford County.
I've been playing guitar and upright bass for 20+ years and I picked a steel up off the forum about a month or so ago, but hey I'm a fast learner. I'm just a kid, if thats ok... Only 32 Very Happy
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Tommy Auldridge


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 27 Jan 2015 7:16 am     Email ? Reply with quote

Mike: I sent you an email through The Forum. I'm thinking maybe it did'nt go through. You can try to email me, or send a p.m. Thanks Tommy......
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Gary Catlin


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 2 Apr 2015 8:05 pm     Reply with quote

hay Tommy I'm a steel player on the lower eastern shore and wondering if you still had the jam that you posted in 2008 if you have time let me know I would like to come and hear the players and maybe play my self looking forword to hearing from you thanks Gary C.
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Bo Borland


From:
South Jersey -
Post Posted 3 Apr 2015 6:14 am     Reply with quote

Chesapeake Inn tonite.. MASON DIXON band
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Jeff Hyman


From:
West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 9 Jun 2015 1:32 pm     butchers Holler Reply with quote

Hay Tommy,
I haven't forgotten the invite from you and Paul Wagner to drink a few beers and talk about the old days down at your hangout at River Bend. I haven't been there yet, but from some of the stories, sounds like Butcher Holler Very Happy

JeffShobud@gmail.com
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Tommy Auldridge


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 9 Jun 2015 1:49 pm     Hedgesville Reply with quote

Jeff: Be sure to check out "The Long Branch Saloon"... Paul and I were there about two weeks ago. Probably the best music venue in the area. Tommy......
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Jeff Hyman


From:
West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 9 Jun 2015 2:12 pm     Reply with quote

Tommy,
I live 5 minutes from there.
When is your next scheduled date there?
Whats the bands name?
- Jeff
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Tommy Auldridge


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 9 Jun 2015 2:43 pm     Long Branch Reply with quote

Jeff: Paul and I have not played there yet. We're checking into it and if the money is okay, we'll try it. Tommy......
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Jeff Hyman


From:
West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 24 Jun 2015 8:41 am     Reply with quote

Tommy,
I stopped down at the Longbranch a few days ago. Did you look at the property across the street? No doubt you`re in West Virginia Very Happy . I'll come down to watch you guys if you get booked, but I have no plans on playing any bars when I get my few chops back. Heck... I could hardly get my LDG in the back of my van it was so darn heavy. Getting old[er] sucks. My muscles don't work like they use to.
See ya,
Jeff
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Tommy Auldridge


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 25 Jun 2015 3:28 am     Long Branch Saloon Reply with quote

Jeff: I still carry a D-10 push/pull Emmons. I use a hand truck by standing the case on it's end. I even use the hand truck for the amp. as well. Since I've retired, I practice every day. I have to, to keep up with all the new material. I'm filling in with different bands. I have to play with two bands today, one at a senior center in Glen Burnie from noon till two, and the second is at a shopping center in Columbia from six till eight, and then I'm heading back to River Bend Park. I think Paul and I are playing at another senior center in Tanneytown on Sunday. I'm glad to get all these jobs, while I can still do it. Most of my jobs, I get to work with Chick Hall. If you don't know who he is, let me tell you, he is one hell of a guy. He is a great Telecaster player, and he charts out everything for me. He allows me to play as much or as little as I want to in each song. Working with him is a real pleasure. He has so much etiquette. I'll catch up with you at some point. Thanks, Tommy.....
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Tommy Auldridge


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 6 Oct 2017 7:07 am     Bump for new interest Reply with quote

Just a bump to see if there is any new interest. Tommy.....
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