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Chris Templeton


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Post  Posted 8 Nov 2018 5:46 am    
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjACVMUEiNo&feature=youtu.be
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Craig Stock


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Post  Posted 9 Nov 2018 3:56 pm    
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Thanks Chris, got to see him open for Merle on his last tour here in n.j. Thought he was great, and you did play for him for a while, is that correct?

Nice interview, humble guy.
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Chris Templeton


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Post  Posted 9 Nov 2018 4:29 pm    
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Hi Craig, yes, I played for Marty for one tour. He was making a transition from old habits.
He was great to play for, sounding just like Merle without the pressure of playing for a superstar.
We played in a biker bar in a town called Cut And Shoot, in Texas. North of Houston. Quite a place.
I was a little nervous.
I remember that because my suitcase was broken into and I lost some nice cowboy shirts and a pair of Justin boots that I got in El Paso.
My favorite song to play with him was "I Never Go Around Mirrors".
He also had a nice semi hollow body Telecaster like his dad played.
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