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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

PHIL EVERLY WAS A STAR OF ROCK AND ROLL, COUNTRY AND AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC

BUILDING A GREAT MUSEUM FOR THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

On January 3rd 2014, one of the great voices of American music was silenced. Phil Everly one of the world famous Everly Brothers died at Providence Saint Joseph's Hospital in Burbank, the part of the San Fernando in which he lived for many years.
The Museum of the San Fernando Valley first came into contact with him when Gary Fredburg discovered that Phil Everly had used the historic Phil's Diner in North Hollywood for an album cover. Gary acquired a copy of the record and visited his Burbank neighbor for an autograph to present to Casey Hallenbeck for the re-opening of the diner on Lankershim Boulevard.

(left) Phil Everly and his partner brother Don in 1957
Phil Everly  1939 - 2014

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1 comment:

mrpostcard@charter.net said...

Thanks Gary, keep up your interesting finds.