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Well, it looks like he changed his name, because he was more of a song writer than singer ...so, as John D. Loudermilk he made his mark in music as " of the most productive songwriters of the 1960s and 1970s, penning country and pop music hits for the Everly Brothers, Johnny Tillotson,Chet Atkins, The Nashville Teens, Paul Revere & the Raiders, Johnny Cash, Marianne Faithfull, Stonewall Jackson,Sue Thompson and others" this is a quote from WIKIPEDIA [link above]. Well, I sure understand. that. I enjoy all kinds of music too, just like Loudermilk..
Loudermilk was put into thre NASHVILLE SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME in 1976.and NORTH CAROLINA HALL OF FAME in 2011.
NOTE: Another one of my favorite songs 'Indian Nation' [thanks ] was done by PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS and HERE from Idaho, and JIM VALLEY, one of the original members lives in Gig Harbor, WA. Go HERE for photo llink and my story of Steve playing with Jim Valley in 'The 'C Notes'.
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So, here's that beatuful song by Loudermilk, being performed by Larry Hill/keys from Olympia, WA. This is what the video page says: " Published on May 11, 2013
Related video links below. I'll post them in a few minutes.
1.] TOBACCO ROAD 1960, written by John D. Loundermilk, by
2.] ANGELA JONES,written by John D. Loudermilk, by
3.] BLUE TRAIN, written by John D. Loudermilk, by
4.] PLEASE DON'T PLAY NUMBER NINE, written by John D. Loudermilk, by
5.] COMPOSER JOHN D. LOUDERMILK INTERVIEWED, by