I ALWAYS LOVED Ferlin music since I was a little kid in the 1950s . I heard that he had passed away on Bill Macks show and was sad upon hearing about Ferlin passing.
Tim Wilkinson said:June 5, 2013 1:15 am PST
I am Robert Wilkinsons grandson. The cousin of Ferlyn. My grandfather sadly passed away but he always said how much he loved and cherished his cousin. I met Ferlyn at my greatgrandpas funeral and I was greatfull to have met him before his passing. I know Ferlyn and my grandpa are in heaven now, playing the guitar singing amazing country music together.
Eddie Fields said:June 3, 2013 6:21 am PST
Ferlin was the most versatile entertainer ever in country music. Love to watch these videos.
Paul "P-E-Z" Zukowski said:June 1, 2013 2:09 pm PST
In 2001 I found out I could sing D G and A on key by singing along with Wings of a Dove......on of all things a late night record offer. Sounds like a very little thing.... it wasn't. I had voice lessons in 1990s I could never make it work. Well 2003 I started performing solo. In June of 2008 I was down card act for Hank Jr. in Marion SC stop on the Rowdy Friends Tour. In 2009 I have the most viewed performance on TheOvationGuitars youtube channel, still is in fact. None of that would have happened had I not discovered Ferlin Husky’s music. I am only in my 40’s, I have no real active memories of him in his prime. His music and style was timeless. I hope younger people keep his art alive.
Sylvia Day said:May 30, 2013 5:57 am PST
I just loved him as a singer and for his personality. I love watching him on the Family Reunion series. I am so thankful I have all those shows with him on them.
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