LINK WRAY

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's most glaring omission

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CAN YOU PLAY AS WACK'D AS LINK WRAY?

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Mark you calendar for May 15-17 for the INSTRO SUMMIT 2015- 3 days of instrumental madness!

If that's not enough - they put the icing on the cake - twice!

  • EASTWOOD'S NEW LINK WRAY GUITAR - win it for the low price of a five buck raffle ticket!

  • CAN YOU PLAY AS WACK'D AS LINK WRAY? Play the wildest solo on I'M BRANDED and WIN the SUITCASE OF SWAG!

Check the event venue, the
Cat's Cradle, for ticket information.

If anyone is going - SEND US PICTURES AND VIDEO!

CHUCK SAGLE 1927-2015

Chuck Sagle, the producer of many of Link's Epic records tracks, recently passed away.

Chuck was credited with discovering Carole King, and worked with many great artists such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, The Platters, Bobby Darin and others.

Chuck produced several classic Link sides including some early vocals as well as one of his best slow instros "Lillian," Link's ode to his mother.

It was during Chuck's time as producer that Epic released perhaps the coolest 45 ever waxed, the double Link vocal - "Mary Ann" b/w "Ain't That Lovin' You Baby."

RIP Chuck.





RUMBLE IN PARIS

Link in Paris around 1979. Unfortunately the end of the song is clipped…and he ain't happy with the drummer!