Oh Jim, this made me cry!! When my Dad passed away (suddenly) at age 53... this album was found on the stereo - the last thing he listened to. He loved Hank Snow. I still have many of the albums that Dad left. And of course, now I love Hank because he brings my dad back in memory. Thanks for sharing this.
Bobbi, how coincidental is that! Sorry it made you cry but I hope it was good tears. See how connected the 'world' can be?
Thanks so much for participating in YSB this week, Jim. My folks had many of Hank's albums and enjoyed them very much. I wonder if my mom still has them? Lovely photo. Love the bokeh!
Love this photo. Great.Lou
Hank Snow was the first Canadian musical superstar, all right!
Hello Jim yes since I am a Canadian I have heard of Hank Snow he has many wonderful songs. I love the shot it is very delicate looking. B
I love that photo. It is magnificent. And also, thank you so much for your comment about my blog. You are such a good friend and as we pick up new followers over time,I feel a special friendship with my early blogger friends like you, Sharon, Louise, Bobbi, Sophie, and the rest. You guys will always be special to me. And that photo! Coffee table book, please!
Marvelous work...Have a great Sunday!Glad to be following you...
I grew up listening to Hank, my mam was a huge fan. xxxxxxxxxx
Just wanted to check in and say Howdy! I love the old time blues, blue grass, and country music from my childhood. Nothing beats it!Have a wonderful week you fellows,Mal
That is a lovely shot!
Amazing photo!I'm impressed!!love your photography. :)visiting via Your Sunday Best
Foot tapping good ! sigh ! wish I could take such lovely photographs x
I love the botanical shots. And the ocean. Oh heck, I love them all!I'd heard of Hank Snow, but that's about it.
I have never heard of him but I love this kind of music. It sounds much older that 1965.Your Friend, m.
Hello you! Hope you are ok, I am just catching up with my favourite bloggy pals, still not back to it, but, still thinking about you all! I was only 12 when I left Nova Scotia, so can't say I know Hank Snow, but sounds great! Suzie xxx
lovely colors in this photo! I like your header shot, too!
I was born and raised in Nashville, TN, so yes, I've heard of (and heard) Hank Snow. He was one of my momma's favorites, along with Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline... Beautiful photos! I saw your linkup on Becky Leatherman's blog...
my grandparents loved Hank Snow...I didn't know he was from Nova Scotia....
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.