Malcolm35
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Birthday:
Feb 1, 1935 (Age: 87)
Location:
Baytown, Texas is now home.
Occupation:
Manger Sales Training for Mack Trucks, Inc.

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Malcolm35

Male, 87, from Baytown, Texas is now home.

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Now live in an assisted living facility. Gigging days are over. Apr 2, 2022

Malcolm35 was last seen:
Jun 30, 2022 at 10:31 PM
    1. Malcolm35
      Malcolm35
      Now live in an assisted living facility. Gigging days are over.
    2. Malcolm35
      Malcolm35
      County, Pop and Praise background.
    3. Malcolm35
      Malcolm35
      ------- MalcolmAmos got a new computer and became Malcolm35 because I could not log in as MalcolmAmos. Same ole guy with a new name.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 1, 1935 (Age: 87)
    Location:
    Baytown, Texas is now home.
    Occupation:
    Manger Sales Training for Mack Trucks, Inc.
    Current Setup:
    Living in an assisted living home. Have not gigged in several years. But fond memories of times past.
    Favorite Genres:
    Old Classic Country. Praise music and jazz kept me happy.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Gigged the nursing homes from Grand Saline to Longview for 20 plus years.
    Praise music for two churches each Sunday kept me busy.
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Five string banjo, rhythm guitar, electric lead guitar, $100 fiddle, Clarinet, 61 key keyboard. Never could get the cats out of my fiddle and my mouth and the clarinet just did not fit. Gave them away and the new owners are making good music with them.
    G.A.S. List:
    Never had the budget to support G.A.S.
    Influences and Teachers:
    John C. Campbell folk school for Banjo. John Defore for guitar and self-taught on the bass.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Acrylic painting. Land and seascapes.
    Teaching Credentials:
    BS in business with a professional teaching certificate.
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