Uncategorized | May 11, 2008
It pays to surf the Sunday blogs. This comes from Ed Kemmick’s “City Lights” blog at the Billings (Mont.) Gazette:
In January, I wrote about the death of Halleck “Fiddler” Brenden, a Laurel-born character and musician who recorded 13 songs and three poems six months before he died.
His friend, Paul Garrison, a Wyoming musician better known by his stage name of Doctor Mongo, made the recordings and produced the CD, which is finally available to the public.
If you’d like to have one of Fiddler’s CDs, send a $15 check or money order to Paul B. Garrison, 3290 Road 31, Greybull WY 82426. He’ll send you a CD by return mail, postpaid.
For more information, you can call Garrison at 307-765-9266 or by cell phone at 307-272-0266.