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From our show of Sunday, April 27, 2014, Katie reads the Walleye Stevens poem written upon the passing of Porter Wagoner. We followed Walleye's work with Johnny Cash singing Porter's hit, Satisfied Mind and followed Cash with Porter and local-girl-made-good Pam Gadd singing, Somethin' to Brag About.
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P.S. The poem mentions "Nudie Suits" and you may already know the term comes from "Nudie" Cohen, the Russian-born tailor who got his nickname because he began his career stitching sparkling outfits for strippers before he applied his appliqué and embroidery skills to suits for some of the greatest music artists of the 20th century -- Hank Williams, Sr., Lefty Frizzell, The Flying Burrito Bros., Elvis Presley and local-boy-made-good, Leonard Slye (better known as Roy Rogers).