Early Music Connections
Nick Harris, Uncle Jimmy Knuckles, MJ, Eddie Jackson at Caravan Gardens in Detroit, MI 1969
VEGAS at night, Jan 1970 I saw George Hamilton IV and Barbara Fairchild at the Golden Nugget  Casino
...then across the street to see Marty Robbins...
The next 5 years were spent having my kids, son in 1971 in CA and daughter in 1972 in FL, and traveling with various carnivals in many states from FL to MT....In Sept 1974 I won a Mel Tillis album & 2 tickets to see Mel at the Panhandle South Plains Fair in Lubbock, Tx
Dick, Mel Tillis, and MJ
I even met Chill Wills in Binion's Horseshoe Casino...he signed the back....it says "to Martha...hi Chill"
Clyde Stacy, I met Clyde when I was his secretary in Houston. He and I would sing together at our house or his...this was taken at Huntsville, Tx prison rodeo.
Haskell Clyde Stacy (11 August 1936 – 6 November 2013) was an American rockabilly singer and guitarist who recorded in the 1950s as the leader of Clyde Stacy & the Nitecaps, and has been credited as a founder of the "Tulsa Sound".

Billy Walker and MJ.....Billy later gave me permission to use his nickname "the Tall Texan" for my line of big and tall men's western wear..."Tall Texan Klothing"
Johnny Paycheck wearing a western shirt I made for him in Monroe, LA in 1981
Clyde and I singing Silver Wings-1978
and Jackson-1978