I worked with Fred off and on for some years. He helped me distribute my most successful output and was always supportive. A true friend to NL musicians. Condolences to Jim, Howie, Earl and the rest of the family.
My grandfather would sing this song to me as a child. Even now when I hear it, I remember those moments.
The Highway Men reminds me of driving to Toronto in the summer months with my family. My father was a big fan – we listened to it over and over.
This song really helped me get through my sister’s passing.
During my early days, music was very motivational. One song that stood out was “A Day in the Life,” Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967).
Just like a rollin’ stone I’m outside lookin’ in But if your chance came would you take it Where on earth do I begin I’m Mandy fly me I’ve often heard her jingle It’s never struck a chord With a smile as bright as sunshine She called me through the poster
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