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Jim Heffernan


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Haddon Heights NJ
Post  Posted 5 Jul 2001 12:13 pm    
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Are there any steel players out there in the area of McCook, NB
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Craig A Davidson


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Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin USA
Post  Posted 5 Jul 2001 5:00 pm    
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Jim, I played a gig in McCook about 14 years ago and became aquainted with a fellow by the name of Jerry Hunnicut. Do you know him? He was one of the "Diamonds". What a nice guy he was. We were in a pinch and he helped us out.

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Jim Heffernan


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Haddon Heights NJ
Post  Posted 6 Jul 2001 11:51 am    
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Thanks, I was looking for someone to rent gear from for a gig. But all is changed and I can use my own now. Thanks anyway
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Don Walters


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Saskatchewan Canada
Post  Posted 6 Jul 2001 12:34 pm    
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Just for the sake of clarity, NB is New Brunswick, Canada. Nebraska is NE
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wayne yakes md


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denver, colorado
Post  Posted 12 Jul 2001 7:22 am    
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Chuck Lettes played all over Nebraska when he was the steel player for "Sour Mash", a legendary Nebraska band. He now lives in Denver and occasionally plays reunions with "Sour Mash" in Omaha. Maybe he knows a few steel players in the area.
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