Connie Hamzy Death – Obituary News : Sweet, Sweet” Connie Hamzy has died .
We are sad to report that Sweet, Sweet” Connie Hamzy has passed away,
“Sweet, Sweet” Connie Hamzy has passed away after a brief illness. An Arkansan whose name is known around the world thanks to a number one record, Grand Funk Railroad’s “We’re an American Band”. Starting in the late 1960’s, Hamzy attended dozens of shows at Barton Coliseum, and became friends with members of bands and the people who worked behind the scenes at shows, according to the following report by KARK 4 News on August 22. 2021.
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I actually met her at PH elementary school around 1986ish where I was teaching and she was substitute teaching! Talk about surprised….I was.William Carpenter wrote
Talked with her briefly while we both worked for Ar DHS. Rest In Peace.Kathern R Henderson wrote
A very sad day in the music industry. Sweet Connie you will be dearly missed. I’m honored to have been in your presence. Fly high fly high.LaDonna Topich wrote
Did she start hanging out at shows when she was 12 or 13?Fred Leon Stewart
There is a room at the Barton Colosseum dubbed the Connie room…There are 100s of band member names written on the walls.SiriusXM Deep Tracks wrote
Hey Gang it’s Greg Roberson join me today in the #DeepTracks from 3-9pm eastern.
Today is Donna Jean Godchaux’s birthday and I will celebrate by sharing some of her work with Boz Sachs, Bob Weir, JGB, and David Bromberg.
I have tracks from LPs revleased this week in 1969 by Jack Bruce, Blind Faith, Grand Funk, Boz Scaggs, Santana, and Ten Years After.
Today in 1977 Dennis Wilson released his one and only solo record. I have a few tracks to share from this beautiful LP.
John Lee Hooker was born on this day in 1917 and I have a classic from his catalog.
Ralf Hutter celebrated his 75th birthday this week. I have a track from Kraftwerk as we celebrate this future R-N-R Hall of Fame inductee
I have set aside records by zbrisn Eno, Marianne Faithful, Be Bop Deluxe, Phil Lynott, Butterfield Blues Band, and Tim Buckley
I have summer songs from Van Morrison, Brewer & Shipley, and The Vagrants
RIP Connie Hamzy and Don Everly
Lets do it at 3pm eastern