A Tribute To The Late Blaze Foley: He became a legend in country-folk music
There are 1 comment on the Douglas County Sentinel story from Apr 21, 2011, titled A Tribute To The Late Blaze Foley: He became a legend in country-folk music. In it, Douglas County Sentinel reports that:
The 45 record stayed on the Maple Street Mansion jukebox for so many years that when new management removed it in the mid-'80s, almost no one recognized the name of the singer or even knew why the record was there in the first place: "If I Could Only Fly" by Blaze Foley.
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#1 Apr 23, 2011
DURING THE LAST MERLE CONCERT, MERLE STATED THAT HE LOVED THE SONG- IF I COULD FLY-YET HE DOUBTED IF ANYONE HAD HEARD IT SINCE IT WAS HARDLY PLAYED ON RADIO-HE DID A GREAT JOB SINGING IT.BARRON PILGRIM.COM .
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