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Michael Meader


From:
Michigan, USA
Post  Posted 5 May 2019 12:33 am    
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48 in july
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Leon Champion


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Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 5 May 2019 7:26 am     old
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74 MAY 1 ST
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Sonny Jenkins


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New Braunfels, Tx. 78130
Post  Posted 5 May 2019 8:14 am    
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19,,,locked in an 80 year old body,,,can't seem to break free,,,,HELP!!!!
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Barry Blackwood


Post  Posted 5 May 2019 8:58 am    
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Not nearly old enough..
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Carl Williams


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Oklahoma
Post  Posted 5 May 2019 9:17 am     Using the 100 year scale
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Old enough to sleep by myself, young enough not to want to! Big 64 thank you ...
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Wesley Medlen


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LaCygne,Ks
Post  Posted 5 May 2019 10:16 am    
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83 on 4/5/2019
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Lee Gillespie


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Cheyenne, Wy. USA
Post  Posted 8 May 2019 5:00 am     age
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WELLLLL.... Wally looks like you and I have to tip our hats to Jack Klein and Willie Sims as being the oldest pickers and grinners so far on SGF. Shucks I thought we were the TOP DOGS'. If I figure right They posted in 2017 soooo.... they should both be about 93. I hope they both are pickin and grinnin today...Lee
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Carl McLaughlin


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New Brunswick, Canada
Post  Posted 9 May 2019 10:36 am     age
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75 in June
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Bob Gondesen


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Texas, USA
Post  Posted 9 May 2019 11:46 am     How Old Are You
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GUYS , I'LL WILL BE 88 NEXT MONTH , STILL PLAYING
AND TEACHING BUT IT IS GETTING TOUGH PLAYING WITH
NUMB FEET , SOMETIME MISSING THE PEDALS .
BOB GONDESEN
LA MARQUE TX
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Lee Gillespie


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Cheyenne, Wy. USA
Post  Posted 9 May 2019 2:11 pm     Age
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DOG GONE IT BOB.... You beat me by one month. Wally and I keep getting shoved lower on the totam pole.. Ha. Happy birthday.. Lee
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Dennis Brion


From:
Atwater, Ohio USA
Post  Posted 9 May 2019 4:46 pm    
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You fellas in your 80's and 90's impress me! I sure learning this steel at 65 will keep my brain challenged enough to keep my brain functioning at max capacity for years!
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Dennis Brion


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Atwater, Ohio USA
Post  Posted 9 May 2019 4:49 pm    
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You fellas in your 80's and 90's impress me! I sure learning this steel at 65 will keep my brain challenged enough to keep my brain functioning at max capacity for years!
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Michael Sheehan


From:
Everett, Washington, USA - Heading back to Florida 2021
Post  Posted 15 May 2019 5:04 pm    
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Turning 57 in August 2019
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Gary L Reed


From:
Castle Rock, CO
Post  Posted 15 May 2019 5:28 pm    
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77 here in a few days and still can't play the dang thing!!
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Gary L Reed


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Castle Rock, CO
Post  Posted 15 May 2019 5:28 pm    
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77 here in a few days and still can't play the dang thing!!
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Jim Ives


From:
Los Angeles, California, USA
Post  Posted 16 May 2019 10:41 am    
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68....
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Damien Odell


From:
Springwood, New South Wales, Australia
Post  Posted 19 May 2019 2:55 am    
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42.
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Joachim Kettner


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Germany
Post  Posted 19 May 2019 6:39 am    
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65
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John Goux


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California, USA
Post  Posted 21 May 2019 9:51 pm    
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Willies Sims you are my new hero.
John
Ps. I’m not going to purchase a Leslie simulator...from what I read here the hearing aids will cover that effect. .
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Robert Leaman


From:
Murphy, North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 22 May 2019 7:54 am    
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Moving close to 89. Someone asked what I thought about "old age". I told them the I had no opinions since this is my first time.

MSEE
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Dennis Detweiler


From:
Solon, Iowa, US
Post  Posted 22 May 2019 8:29 am    
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Old enough that I don't remember if I posted on this previously? If I did, now I'm 70. In military terms, I'm short.
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Paul Wade


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mundelein,ill
Post  Posted 23 May 2019 5:36 am     age
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Robert Leaman wrote:
Moving close to 89. Someone asked what I thought about "old age". I told them the I had no opinions since this is my first time.

MSEE

Laughing Laughing Laughing
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Steven Pearce


From:
Port Orchard Washington, USA
Post  Posted 27 May 2019 8:52 am    
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65 this June 23rd. But hey now...
Getting older is mandatory
Growing up is optional
So, (my wife of only thirty years tells me) 65 goin on 12


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Terry Harper


From:
California, USA
Post  Posted 28 May 2019 7:51 pm    
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I'm 61

Terry Harper
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Glenn Demichele


From:
(20mi N of) Chicago Illinois, USA
Post  Posted 28 May 2019 9:15 pm    
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I'm turning 64 in July. Been playing bass since I was 15, but started steel about 40. When I told a musician friend I started playing steel, he asked me my age and said "you'll never make it". He may have been right. Hey, wait, did I tell you that already?
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