Post your Jerry Reed Tributes .

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    He was a great guitar picker.
     
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    I saw Jerry Reed in concert in the mid-70s and it was an amazing show. He was an incredible entertainer.

    Here's my JR tribute, and this will seriously date me :laugh: When I was in my early teens my mom and dad had a Buick LeSabre with an 8-track player. Every Sunday evening, (and I do mean EVERY) as soon as church was over a bunch of us kids would jump in the car and pop in the Jerry Reed 8- Track and play "When You're Hot, You're Hot" over and over till our parents would finally take us home. Fun times!
     
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    Man he was awesome. So many are gone.

    Since we are in the middle of a political cycle I think this is an appropriate tribute to share.

    I saw Jerry Reed live in 1984 at a Reagan/Bush rally. He did a modified version of Eastbound and Down that had us bound for Washington. Cool memory.
     

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