1. This is an amazing song.
2. Can’t wait to see him play it live at Woodyfest this summer.
3. I have decided that I need to learn to play the harmonica. (I’ll do that with all the free time I don’t have.)
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Hey, Emily, I’ll get my son to teach you. lol. He taught himself to play harmonica and guitar.
Red Fork, where is the Red Fork you speak of?
Southwest Tulsa. The neighborhood I live in was part of a separate town called Red Fork that was annexed into Tulsa about 80 or 90 years ago.
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