The FLIP of a COIN; the Story of Tommy Allsup
Dr. Guy Logsdon is an internationally recognized authority on western and cowboy music, poetry and musicians as well as the life, times and music of Woody Guthrie, the Dust Bowl and its migrants. He is a native Oklahoman from Ada who has been fortunate to work with the tools his parents instilled in him. His father, an Ada business man from Texas, was an old time music man who taught him to love old-time western music, and his mother, a well educated lady of American Indian descent, endowed him with a love and passion for books and knowledge. He is a scholar, a writer, an entertainer, a teacher, a librarian and a collector of traditional lore and books. He has been a member of The National Cowboy Hall of Fame, now The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, and for many years he has been a judge in the Music Division of the National Wrangler Awards.
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