A few weeks ago, a loyal WBKR listener sent me word that a "Moon Mullins" had gold records for sale at a Nashville charitable online auction site and wondered if it was me. It is a widely known fact that I share an alias with another very famous star... he too could have owned these priceless treasures so I investigated further.
On this date in 1968, Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues" is number one. And, I -- Moon Mullins -- had something to do with it. Bob Johnston, who produced Johnny's music sent me two acetates (test copies) of "Folsom Prison Blues" recorded at Folsom Prison and a song called, "The Folk Singer". The label was more interested in the "Folksinger" as a hit. I was music director at an influential Kansas City radio station at that time. When I heard "Folsom" I immediately recommended that they release that as a single.
On this date three years ago, Garth Brooks made a surprise appearance at Shea Stadium in New York. It was for a Billy Joel concert and the final night at that. Now, Billy wrote one of Garth's huge hits, "Shameless" and they performed it t
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