John Cable - Broken Knife (CD, Album)

Download John Cable - Broken Knife (CD, Album)
Label: Underground Cable Music - no number • Format: CD Album, Stereo • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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  6. For booking information, contact: [email protected] Broken Knife is available for purchase today! Order your physical CD or Download at and Amazon. I had a wonderful experience at John McEuen’s 70th birthday concert in with old and new friends.
  7. John “Fink” Cable began playing in Lubbock, Texas in behind the Texas Tech University Student Union Building. They played casual concerts every Tuesday. He met and later joined the Texas band, Colours. They played all over the country for three and a half years. He later joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in the late 70s.

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