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06 Apr 16 Texas Music Legend Dies

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By Sam Moore

Merle Haggard, the Texas native who eventually cialis daily found himself at the top of the country music world, has died. He was 79.

Haggard died this morning at his home near Redding CA.merle haggard

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Back in the early 1990s, when I worked for a television station in Baton Rouge, Haggard came for a concert. I had the opportunity to meet him in an interview. He was a very gracious and almost humble man at the time. Following the interview, he invited us to come see him backstage before the show. That was an offer I could not refuse.

Standing backstage, I online pharmacy programs witnessed a man who was ready for the show. It was also the first time I saw someone drink Jack Daniels straight from the bottle!

The concert, of course, was fantastic. That night, I think I could feel myself become a fan of country music. He had that strong an influence. The world will miss him.

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