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Gone But Not Forgotten

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John Renbourn: 1944 – 2015

It was with much sadness that I learned earlier today that John Renbourn passed away at his home yesterday. Possibly best known for his collaboration with guitarist Bert Jansch as well as his work with the folk group Pentangle, John was also a very successful artist in his own right. …

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Jack Bruce Remembered

Jack Bruce

Legendary bassist, Jack Bruce, touched many lives. Our friends at Warwick had the pleasure of building basses for this musical icon. Warwick President, Hans-Peter Wilfer, offers a stirring tribute to his long-time friend and colleague below. “For over thirty years, Warwick has had at the honor of building basses for …

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Paul Gray of Slipknot

Paul Gray Slipknot

Today is a very sad day as we mourn the passing of Slipknot’s bassist, Paul Gray. Police say a hotel employee found the 38-year-old Gray dead in a room Monday at the Town Plaza Hotel in Urbandale, a suburb of Des Moines. Foul play isn’t suspected. At the time of …

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Gone But Not Forgotten – Wayman Tisdale

Wayman Tisdale

I first heard of Wayman Tisdale when I attended the University of Oklahoma. Like every other die hard Sooner sports fan on campus, I quickly became familiar with all the Sooner greats that had once donned the crimson and cream. Wayman Tisdale was one Sooner great with which I identified. …

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