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Jun 29, 2016
Carol Sue Jeffrey commented on Andy Roy's group Tony Rice Fans
"I am so very sad and sorry to see only 98 members here; out of all the must-be millions of fans worldwide. If you're reading my comment, right now, and you haven't, at least taken the time to invite friends here to share, well, shame on…"
Jun 19, 2016
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Tony Rice Fans

This is a group for all fans of Tony Rice, and those who appreciate all that he has contributed to the world of acoustic guitar flatpicking.
Jun 19, 2016
Carol Sue Jeffrey posted a status
"Remembering the late Larry Rice? Bookmark and LIKE this Link:https://www.facebook.com/Larry-Prentis-Rice-621251541373766/ Çjfreelancer"
Jun 19, 2016
Carol Sue Jeffrey posted a status
"I just re-opened my Facebook Magazine guitar legendwith 100+ Tony Rice photos www.facebook.com/TonyRiceFriendsnfans Çjfreelancer"
Jun 19, 2016
Carol Sue Jeffrey is now a member of Flatpicking Guitar Network
Aug 10, 2015

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Favorite Flatpickers
Tony Rice; Doc`n`Merle Watson; Clarence White; Ricky Skaggs; Emma Smith; Pat Flynn; James Alan Shelton; David Parmley; Larry Sparks; Keith Whitley, Michael Lyzenga, and more to be added later.
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
"Blackberry Blossom;" "Me and My Guitar," "Tipper," "Wildwood Flower," and more to be added later.
Favorite Guitars
Martin
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
Writing since age nine; honor student; student council; peer counselor; Freelancing own writing-photographs; traveled extensively. Music Entertainment Editor; published internationally; fourth-generation Bluegrass Music Family; Celebrity Photojournalist; first President of Keith Whitley Fan Club; Senior Citizens' Advocate since 1966; studied Music Appreciation, Psychology, Speech, Drama, and 6-Y English Major. Because I have always promoted the Bluegrass State of Kentucky, Bluegrass music, and devoted 60 hours each month as a Spiritual volunteer, Governor Paul E. Patton commissioned me Y-2002 as an Honorable Kentucky Colonel, Highlands Museum, U.S. 23 Country Music Highway, Ashland Terrace Newsletter, Bill Van Bibber _ Tri-State News & Entertainment as Entertainment Editor, wrote Liner Notes for Gospel singer-songwriter-friend Emma Smith for new songbook and "Coal Dust to Country Sunshine" CD on Old Homestead, Co-wrote Review of "My Songbook - Emma Smith," with Lori O'Dell, shared One-Liners for artists such as The Rarely Heard Bluegrass Band, Randall Hylton & His One Man Show, wrote my own column Carol's Country Music Community for The Appalachian News Emporium, worked as a Stringer-Freelancer with The Lincoln County Line, wrote Liner Notes for Larry Rice's Rebel CD: "Clouds Over Carolina," Bluegrass Profiles for Bluegrass Canada, write for CBA Newsletter, Bluegrass Unlimited, Southern Country Bluegrass, Press Secretary to BGDJ Judy Masters-Topping, Press Agent of the Flatboat Project with Captain Béla K. Berty, and more.
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