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Remembering Guitarist Paul Burlison

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Remembering Guitarist Paul Burlison

Remembering Guitarist Paul Burlison

Remembering Guitarist Paul Burlison

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He died of cancer Saturday, Sept. 27. He was best known for his groundbreaking 1950s work in the Rock 'n' Roll Trio and recorded many rockabilly classics including: Tear It Up, Honey Hush, Lonesome Train (On a Lonesome Track) and The Train Kept A-Rollin'.

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