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Look out for this book release by Diane Diekman in February 2012

Diane publishes a periodic newsletter which commemorates the lives of Faron Young and Marty Robbins. The University of Illinois Press published Live Fast, Love Hard: The Faron Young Story in 2007 and is publishing Twentieth Century Drifter: The Life of Marty Robbins in February 2012. Here is the book cover:
Add your name to Diane's mailing list HERE >>>

MARTY ROBBINS IN THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME

On October 11, 1982, Marty Robbins sat in the audience at the Grand Ole Opry House during the Country Music Association's nationally televised awards show.
He believed in dressing up for awards shows, and his pinstriped swallowtail coat with vest, ruffled white shirt and black bowtie fit that description.

When time came to announce new Hall of Fame members, host Barbara Mandrell introduced Eddy Arnold. "Well, my good people," Arnold said, "it's really a joy for me to be a part of country music's biggest night of the year, and especially to be able to escort this particular fellow into the Hall of Fame.
Marty Robbins, come up here." Marty said later, "I thought, y'know, to me, it was a little too soon for me because I don't have plans of quitting any time soon."

Marty Honoured
29 years after the passing of the Great Marty Robbins he has received another honour this time at the 4th Annual ACM Honors show
on Monday, 20 September, 2010 at the Ryman Auditorium. Marty Robbins and Mel Tillis received the Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award.

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We remember the Legendary Marty Robbins on the anniversary of his passing
8th December 1982.
My friend Colin Alderson has written a poem of remembrance
you can read HERE
Read Helen's message on the passing of Marty's wife Marizona HERE.

Marty's twin sister Mamie Minotto passed away March 14th 2004.
They will surely meet again in the Great Kingdom of Heaven
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These two sites are very special if you are a Marty Robbins fan like me. So step inside now to enjoy
the wonderful supply of information to be found. With thanks to Helen and Kristy for their fantastic
contribution to the enjoyment the many Marty Robbins fans around the World get from these sites.

Helens Page

Kristys Page


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26th September 1925 to 8th December 1982. Marty's Grave. Marty will not grow old as we who are here grow old. He will live
forever in the hearts of many. Possibly the most well known of Marty Robbins songs would be El Paso Other Marty Friendly
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