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Whatever happened to Arnold Keith Storm?

GUEST,WesternTrail 06 Apr 16 - 10:56 PM
GUEST,# 07 Apr 16 - 01:43 AM
Joe Offer 07 Apr 16 - 04:50 AM
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Subject: RE: Whatever happened to Arnold Keith Storm?
From: GUEST,WesternTrail
Date: 06 Apr 16 - 10:56 PM

He was from Mooresville, Indiana and recorded an album in the 60s. I saw online that he played for some folk music gathering in D.C. in 1977 but couldn't find anything about him after that.


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Subject: RE: Whatever happened to Arnold Keith Storm?
From: GUEST,#
Date: 07 Apr 16 - 01:43 AM

You will likely find him in Plainfield, Indiana (assuming he's still with us).


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Subject: RE: Whatever happened to Arnold Keith Storm?
From: Joe Offer
Date: 07 Apr 16 - 04:50 AM

Arnold Keith Storm has been mentioned several times here at Mudcat, but no reports of recent activity. Here's one mention:
    Thread #5302   Message #1157806
    Posted By: Sandy Paton
    09-Apr-04 - 02:56 AM
    Thread Name: Lyr Req: Break the News to Mother (Chas. K Harris)
    Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Break the News to Mother

    Arnold Keith Storm of Mooresville, Indiana, recorded a midwestern folk processed version that he had learned from his father. It's on Folk-Legacy's CD-18, titled "Take the News to Mother (and Other Songs of a More Sentimental Age)."
        Sandy

I wonder if Caroline Paton has had any contact with Arnold Keith Storm since Sandy Paton's death.
-Joe-


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