David Enloe / Jim Ford / John Hughey / John Petersen / Scott Herring / Linda Stein / Robert Goulet / Lucky Dube / Dale Houston
R.I.P.: North Carolina guitarist DAVID ENLOE succumbed to complications from hepatitis C on November 27. He was a member of the Fabulous Knobs, the Woodpeckers, the Woods and the Carneys. He was 51….
Cult songwriter JIM FORD died November 18. He recorded one album in 1969 (Harlan County) and wrote songs covered by Aretha Franklin, Ronnie Wood, and Nick Lowe. Ford was 66….
Steel guitarist JOHN HUGHEY died November 18. He played with Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, and Vince Gill, and was an active member of 2008 Grammy nominees the Time Jumpers. He was 73….
Drummer JOHN PETERSEN died November 11 of a heart attack. He was a member of the Beau Brummels and Harper’s Bizarre, and was 64 at the time of his passing….Allman Brothers road manager SCOTT HERRING died November 10. He was 67….
Manager LINDA STEIN was found beaten to death in her Manhattan apartment October 30. She had managed the Ramones and Steve Forbert. She was 62….
ROBERT GOULET died October 30 while awaiting a lung transplant. He was 73….
Reggae star LUCKY DUBE was shot by carjackers in South Africa October 18. He was 43….
Singer DALE HOUSTON died in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, of heart failure September 27 at age 67. He was half of the duo Dale & Grace.