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Ride Safe Good BuddyCrushfest
check out his Prine Shrine party in 1999 Crusher's Lake Marie Fest.


RIDE SAFE GOOD BUDDY - WE'LL MISS YOU.

THOMAS JOSEPH "CRUSHER" REYNOLDS - 4/5/53 - 1/21/10
share your "Crusher" Story here  - or get the tee shirt "Play One For Crusher"

   
     
Ramblings of the Webmistress - concert reviews, longwinded Prine planning and sometimes something you just didn't know about John Prine.

Sam Stone - a dime store folk fiction - The old hippie knits a tale full of Prine lyric yarns

The Ballad of Donald and Lydia © Elana White  (note: this story is a bit risqué)

Brian Frain's JP Term paper

Jay Jones' College English Paper

On the Road With WOG - reviews and pix 1997/98/99

MySpace - official Oh Boy Records John Prine MySpace site

Facebook - official Oh Boy Records John Prine Facebook page

Twitter - official Oh Boy Recoreds John Prine Twitter page


Pistol Pete's Necessary Therapy Blog - many thoughts on the songs of Prine

The Celestial Monochord - Journal of the Institute for Astrophysics and the Hillbilly Blues - wonderful blog with lots deep thoughts on Prine's work.

C-60 Low Noise blog - reviews and insights from one fan on JP's music

Dawnia's blog - One woman's changed life

Fine Art by Mike Watson - Prine inspired paintings

Illinois Girl on John Prine

Space Monkey's Prine Page - Prine thoughts and monkey mania

Pam's Prine Pages

Barry Rudolph - sound engineer

Star Maker Machine: Johns: John Prine bloggings

 

 

8/6/01 Radio KUOW 94.9 'Weekday' in Seattle WA interview about "Why a living memorial to Prine" Hear it here! (I'm the one stuttering)