Billy is still active in music and very popular with rockabilly fans and regulary performs in shows in Europe.
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Currently standing trial for the death of student Stephany Flores, van der Sloot intends to plead temporary insanity or 'violent emotion' - a plea specific to Peru, usually invoked in crimes of passion - in order to receive a shorter sentence.
Van der Sloot has several times confessed then recanted a role in the disappearance of Miss Holloway, an 18-year-old Alabama student who was visiting Aruba on a high school graduation trip with classmates when she meet van der Sloot.
In 1974 Alex Zanetis produced and directed the double LP album "The Carpenter's Son" on the RCA label, (RCA CPL2-0419).
The cast list includes such famous Nashville artists as Ray Walker as Judas, George Jones as Pilate, an Elder, and Old Man, David Cobb as Scribe, and Alex Zanetis as Jesus. On Jim's recording only the first and last verses, and the refrain were sung.
Probably quite a few visitors to this website have seen the 1973 movie "Jesus Christ Superstar" or have listened to the soundtrack.
Very few people know that a former Jim Reeves song writer, Alex Zanetis ( of "I'm Gonna Change Everything" and "Guilty" fame) wrote the words and composed the music of another contemporary musical dramatization of the life of Jesus Christ.
Bob Strack had replaced Jim Reeves on 'RED RIVER ROUNDUP' radio program on KWKH after Jim had left Shreveport for Nashville.
In late 1955 Bob had moved to KIMO, a 1000 watts radio station in Independence, Missouri.
We have posted three surveys from February 1960 when 'HE'LL HAVE TO GO' was being listed in the US pop and country charts.
Extra Gold is the only radio station who constantly promotes the music of Jim Reeves across a number of programmes tune in for all the best hits on Extra Gold: can also hear Gentleman Jim Reeves every Friday night for a full hour from 22.00 on Radio Extra Gold.
The female singer who accompanied him is probably his wife, Mary. The picture quality of this kinescope recording is excellent, much better than of the VHS tape copy which is circulating among fans for many years.