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Monday, July 25, 2011


Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

Many long years ago, when I was a soldier in the United States Army, stationed in the Republic of Korea, I learned of another American G.I., who was also a fellow member of The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints.

His name was Stan Bronson, from Blanding, Utah.

During his off duty time, he used his highly developed natural talent in music to teach a group of children in the Song Jook Won Orphanage to sing, and organized them into a chorus, "The Tender Apples", making records and giving public performances.

On the night of their public performance at the Service Club in Yong San Army Garrison, I was on duty, and therefore, unable to attend.

However, I was able to purchase his album, "STAN BRONSON AND THE TENDER APPLES".

It was while listening to that album that I learned to play and sing two of the songs, "THERE'S A STAR SPANGLED BANNER WAVING SOMEWHERE" (which I have not yet recorded), and the "UTE INDIAN LULLABY", which I did record and post on the Internet.

For the best effect, please be sure and watch, in "FULL SCREEN" mode, my homemade amateur video recording of ME (!) performing, "UTE INDIAN LULLABY".

Anyway, I think you'll enjoy what is offered by Stan Bronson at his web site.

Thank you.
Official Bard of Clan Henderson
Gulfport, Mississippi  39507

NOTE: "My unpopular and controversial personal opinions do not represent my Scottish clan."


1 comment:


This is so wonderful that you are doing this. Those who promote the precious things from the past invaribly inspire the generations of the future!
Greg Holt