A solid groove? He could turn... wait for it... goat piss into gasoline!
The Dead Celebrity Thread - Page 105
My wife works in the funeral business, and there are apparently some spike times. November, for people with nothing to look forward to at Xmas, early February for those who held on to see the grandkids one last time, and May/June for warmer weather and the infamous yard work heart attack.
Chuck Brown, the Godfather of Go-Go died today.
'A beloved D.C. music legend has passed away at the age of 75, Johns Hopkins Hospital confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
The Godfather of Go-Go Chuck Brown had been hospitalized for several weeks.
Edited by stevehauk - 5/17/12 at 11:18am
Losing Chuck really, really hurts. I met the man outside of a VT-Maryland game (his son played for the Hokies), and he couldn't have been more gracious to everyone who came up to him, beaming and friendly. A wonderful man, and a ridiculously great legacy that goes beyond the music he made. 75 or not, he was just one of those people you don't expect the world to be without.
Wind me up, Chuck!
When I told my wife about Donna Summer she said "it seems they come in tens these days"
"Robots don't feel grief or loss or fear! They only make punny jokes about terrible action movies! And they won't stop until Steven Segal's face is on the dollar bill!"
The last words he heard: "Hello, cuuttie paai..."
It occurred to me that when I used to see fresh posts on this thread, I just got curious. These days, I think "Fuck, who now?"
Yep. Getting old.
So true. Charles Nelson Reilly and Brett Somers have been pestering Gene Rayburn long enough. Richard was a master at the game, just like Betty White was with Password. That's a game I'd love to see come back....
Who would be on a modern day Match Game?
Duh! Betty White.
I just watched an old black & white Youtube of a much younger Doc performing Deep River Blues. Simply incredible, and irreplaceable.