By 1967 he was with the Ramco label, and cut 12 sides with Arizona guitarist Waylon Jennings, all of which went nowhere. By 1970 he’d exhausted his hitmaking attempts and concentrated on making money inconstruction, and when possible through his blackjack skills. In 1985 he made a comeback LP for his own label Desert Sun ,re-teaming up with his old friends Al Casey and Lee Hazlewood. Now based in Louisiana, he continued to play oldies shows on occasion including appearances at the Ryman in Nashville and Rockabilly reunion events in Las Vegas.
Edited by baldryan on 26 Sep 2010, 19:01
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