In other words:

“He was so sweet. He was the sweetest man ever. He was just so accommodating and such a talent. I mean, he was a star. When the guy opened up his mouth and that voice came out. Every night I ga8f1a803bad4aeb9e7cf11c893850259ot a chance, when the band was on tour, I had a chance to stand next to him and watch him sing “Drive” and he’d get a little grin on his face when he’d be singing it and he’d look out of the corner of his eye at me and laugh. He knew that I was just enamored by standing next to him watching him sing that song.” — Derek St. Holmes, member of Big People and former guitarist for Ted Nugent; Glide Magazine interview, June 6, 2016. [www.glidemagazine.com]

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