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To Sir, With Love
The people whose lives were touched by Doug Sahm
Music Story  November 26, 1999, by Christopher Gray
"...Charlie Fitch, Sarge Records I stopped at a place called the Barn, and lil' Doug would come in with his mother and father and sit in on steel guitar. He played five instruments, and I thought, "Well, this'll be good to make a record.' [Later], we'd put a big table out there and put four instruments on it and he'd go one by one and play 'em all...."

"O Death, where is thy sting?" – 1 Corinthians 15:55
Music Column  December 29, 2006, by Christopher Gray
"...Charlie Fitch, Sarge Records founder..."

The golden ears of producer Erik Wofford, ambitious redesign plan of the Austin Music Hall, continuing adventures of Rockstar: Supernova contestant Patrice Pike, and bad-boy musicians of
Music Column  July 21, 2006, by Christopher Gray

Hot Line to Jesus
Edison's Speaking Phonograph
Music Story  August 28, 1998, by Jay Hardwig
"...The proliferation of jukeboxes in the American South is generally traced to 1935, although it's likely a few stray boxes made it into Texas at an earlier date. Charlie Fitch, one of the area's first jukebox operators and a 50-year veteran of the industry, recalls seeing his first jukebox in San Antonio in 1939; that same year he opened for business in Yoakum with a small collection of jukeboxes that held perhaps a dozen 78s each..."

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