Who, besides me, is a fan of Johnny Horton?

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Who, besides me, is a fan of Johnny Horton?

Postby Malaria_Kidd II » 12-06-2016 12:27 PM

One of these days the U.S. Navy is bound to name one of their newst multi million/billion dollar ships after The Singing Fisherman, Johnny Horton! We fans can only hope! Johnny's full name would be far more recognizable than some of the very strange names they pull out of thin air. Other than the normal ways of picking out names for new war ships of famous heroic sailors/officers, cities, states, and U.S. Presidents. :wink:


"USS Johnny Horton"

Surely fans have been thinking the same thing since he died while driving after Midnight and headed for Louisiana's opening day of it's duck season. He was killed on a bridge by a drunk driver who also was killed as the two cars hit head on in East Texas! :( :x

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Re: Who, besides me, is a fan of Johnny Horton?

Postby Doka » 12-06-2016 08:00 PM

I liked Johnny Horton, my favorite is" North to Alaska". Most of his songs wouldn't be played today, as the Democrats, are trying to cover up their Dixie history and pretend it didn't happen. :rolleyes:

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Re: Who, besides me, is a fan of Johnny Horton?

Postby Malaria_Kidd II » 12-24-2016 11:03 AM

Mercy sakes Doka! I did not have the notification box checked! :oops:

You are a fan so that's 1 that's one I can count on! :wink:

Your link has been transformed into Johnny's unreleased version of your favorite, "North To Alaska" :D



That was a great analogy on the Dems! That party took a hit last month and it may never recover from it.
Now we watch daily the pundit-like critics trying to do the same thing to the new leader of the GOP. Will it ever end?

Just play some more of "Johnny Horton Makes History" and think positive that hope and change may become a reality for good winning out over anything evil. :idea:


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View his 1960 album here. I could not copy and paste it here. :oops: Mine still plays OK but in the sixties and seventies it's a wonder that it does since all the countless hours that it spun at 33 1/3 RPM while being stuck with that stereo's needle! :shock: :lol:

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Re: Movin' on out West along the shore of the Mississippi River!

Postby Malaria_Kidd II » 03-11-2017 09:50 PM

When you walk into the lower level of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri make sure you walk to the right into the center gallery of western history. One of the first pictures you'll see is Mountain Man Jim Bridger! :wink:

Jim Bridger - Johnny Horton from his album 'Johnny Horton Makes History'




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