14:45, Sun 25 Oct
Writer of Mr Bojangles and legendary in the outlaw country genre. Gorn.

Here’s little tale told by Todd Snider, from an obituary in the Washington Post

One of his proteges, singer-songwriter Todd Snider, recalled a night when he and Mr. Walker were the last customers at a bar in Santa Fe, N.M.
After it closed, they were walking down a street at 2 a.m. when they heard someone play the opening chords to “Mr. Bojangles” on a banjo.
“This was a bedraggled guy, not a kid,” Snider wrote in his book, “I Never Met a Story I Didn’t Like.” “A homeless guy, kind of crazy looking, with a harmonica around his neck, his hat on the ground in front of him, and nothing in the hat . . .
“The guy looked up at us. He didn’t know Jerry Jeff Walker was standing there. He may never have heard of Jerry Jeff Walker.”
They listened as the man sang Mr. Walker’s masterpiece about a down-and-out street performer, “and I could feel us both getting choked up,” Snider wrote.
He wondered if he should say something, “but no, I figured if Jerry Jeff wanted to let the guy know who he was, he’d tell him.”
The only thing Mr. Walker said was: “That sounded great.”
He took all the money out of his pockets, put it in the street singer’s hat, then walked away. He never told him his name.
14:51, Sun 25 Oct
👍 Top man.
Jude Bellingham - "Once a blue, always a blue" “This is my Club, I love the Club to bits. I’d die for this Club”
14:38, Mon 26 Oct
Possibly my favourite lyrics......maybe my all time favourite song.
That's a wonderful anecdote that I'd not previously heard.
Thanks FB
Who painted Rosie's knickers blue and white ?
16:21, Mon 26 Oct
Sammy Davis Junior live version still one of my Youtube go- to’s when had a tot.