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*Allmans’ ‘DANGEROUS’ DAN TOLER Diagnosed With ALS; Betts To Headline Benefit Concert
King Mojo recording artist and former Great Southern and Allman Brothers guitarist "Dangerous" Dan Toler has been diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, and is currently undergoing expensive daily medical treatment. To help defray expenses, friends have organized a benefit concert for Toler on Nov. 12 and 13 at Herschberger Ranch, 13010 Fruitville Road, Sarasota, Florida, with Dickey Betts donating his services as the headliner. Details herein.
*MURPH SADDLES UP FOR 19TH COWBOY CHRISTMAS TOUR
Ebenezer Scrooge is not the only person who knows how to keep Christmas well. Mr. Scrooge, however, is a completely fictional character. MICHAEL MARTIN MURPHEY is a flesh-and-blood human being who knows better than most how to keep Christmas well. In fact, he’s been keeping Christmas well for the past 19 years, by way of his Cowboy Christmas Ball. 2011 is no different: Murph’s Cowboy Christmas Tour, recreating the sprit of the original Cowboy Christmas Ball, begins Friday, November 25 and continues through 18 cities before Christmas. We’ve got the particulars, the dates and the historical perspective.