“One Fine Stooge: Larry Fine’s Frizzy Life in Pictures” author Steve Cox chronicles the smart little imbecile’s 40-year tenure as part of America’s most iconic comedy team in an engrossing conversation. Seen above is the cover of the Three Stooges’ June 1962 Dell comic book — beware of Moe, Larry and Curly Joe — purely incompetent painters for hire! Image Credit: My Comic Book Shop / DreamWorks Classics

An oral history finds the rural South Georgia institution bidding farewell after nearly 60 years of top caliber haircuts and genial customer service

The fading red, white, and blue barbershop pole leads to the compact red brick building where Becky’s Beauty Salon founder Becky Davis humbly learned her craft in the early 1960s. It’s also the setting for a warmhearted get-together for fellow beauticians Linda Faye Hattaway [center] and Cathy Harrell [right] in Alapaha, Georgia. Photography by Jeremy Roberts

The Becky Harper Davis Interview

Two weeks into shooting penultimate period drama “The Trouble with Girls [And How to Get Into It]” and less than a month before the 60-minute “Elvis” special premiered on NBC and unshackled his career ennui, under the cover of darkness a 33-year-old Elvis Presley sets aside time to acknowledge fans outside his 1174 North Hillcrest Road estate in Beverly Hills, California, on November 10, 1968. Photography by Charlie Hodge / For Elvis CD Collectors Only message board user “Matt Ashton”

Image Credit: The Estate of B.J. Thomas / Honeyman Music

A vigorous, evidently bionic 80-year-old Ringo Starr commemorates the 57th anniversary of the Beatles’ iconic first appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” on February 9, 2021, outside his Los Angeles residence. Image Credit: Ringo Starr’s official Twitter

With tongue planted firmly in cheek, North Carolina Music Hall of Fame inductee Tony Brown and Punkin, his pride and joy Jack Russell Terrier, familiarize themselves with the sights and sounds of a sunny Nashville afternoon, summer 2020. Image Credit: Tony Brown Enterprises

The stars are out tonight as former MCA Nashville President Tony Brown embarks on his next production. Image Credit: Tony Brown’s official Facebook

The Tony Brown Interview, Part Six

Carl Perkins attends the Country Music Christmas Spectacular to Benefit Love Is Feeding Everyone [LIFE] on December 9, 1989, at the Universal Amphitheatre in Universal City, California. Earlier that summer the 57-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer earned a Nashville comeback by co-writing Wynonna and Naomi Judd’s No. 1 C&W single “Let Me Tell You About Love.” Two years later he provided Dolly Parton with the biographical “Silver and Gold,” the “Jolene” chanteuse’s penultimate Top 20 A-side. Photography by Ralph Dominguez / MediaPunch / Alamy

Pick it, troubadour: The acoustic guitar-accented front sleeve of “What a Difference You’ve Made in My Life,” a double LP accommodating 20 of B.J. Thomas’ greatest contemporary Christian hits on Word Records from 1981. Image Credit: Curb Records / eBay user “Kokomocomics”

Jeremy Roberts

Retro pop culture interviews & lovin’ someone fierce sustain this University of Georgia Master of Agricultural Leadership alum. Email: jeremylr@windstream.net

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