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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by c3shooter, Sep 23, 2020.
Had to think about it for a while.....
Got a couple, my home place is rich in folk music.
"I's the b'y"
"Tickle Cove Pond"
When I were a wee bairn we relocated to a more temperate clime and I always remember:
Sons of the Pioneers.
Al Jourgenson (Ministry)
Lake Shore Drive, Aliotta Haynes & Jerimiah
The point of no return for me.... old GF....
Back Home Again (in Indiana) of course
by the official state douche. But he sure can write.
Well, in my Mickey Mouse state, with our goofy governor, it would have to be:
Thought maybe you would have Jimmy Buffet- A Pirate Looks at Forty....
He is from mobile isn’t he. I think few people realize he’s from alabama
From the great Dick Curless-
Maine is pretty isolated and full of loggers
OK- we have several members here from Alaska- and we're waiting.....
Merc- Re; Jimmy-
Buffett was born on Christmas Day 1946, in Pascagoula, Mississippi, and spent part of his childhood in Mobile, Alabama.
The essence of Wyoming.
I'm from North Dakota. Although this band is from Minnesota, the song very much represents North Dakota.
Molly Hatchet must've really liked Frank Frazetta's work.
That could represent just about all of New England, the Plains West and the Mountain West (minus Utah of course).