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    Kitty Ledbetter met Alan in the late 1970s when she was a country radio disc jockey. Playing acoustic bass is her primary hobby when she is not quilting, writing, or teaching British Victorian literature at Texas State University.

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    "Wayne Stewart had this idea for a group with this kid he knew in Kentucky named Sam Bush, who was probably 15. So I moved to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and we formed Poor Richard's Almanac. Not long after, I got my draft notice, but before I left, Sam, Wayne and I made this tape, later released by Ridge Runner Records, called Poor Richard's Almanac, that was a lot of the instrumental things we were doing. I then went back to Oklahoma, was rejected by the Army, and worked in Norman that summer."


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