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Date Posted: 14:26:54 01/20/12 Fri
Without researching chapter and verse, I recall that one of Trey's duties enumerated in the last chapter of "Blue Beauty";
"As expected, Jennifer and Blake did have an offer for Trey to work for them, running their new studio, and doing other things - among which was a tentative contract to have him do some field recording for someone they knew down at bluegrass festivals down south. It sounded interesting, and he accepted the offer eagerly."
I always assumed that the customer was Frank.
>>How about Frank Oldfield starting from about the time
>>he gets out of the Spearfish Lake jail. That would be
>>around early December 2001. ( see chapter 31 of Blue
>Yeah, he could end up doing part time work
>in distribution and marketing for Jenny's
>recording studio and the other part of his
>time writing his story with the ghostwriter...
>...who just happens to be Wendy?
>Or maybe the ghostwriter is Annette?
>I could see him spending spend part
>of his time in Nashville with Annette
>and the other part of his time in
>Spearfish Lake working for Jenny...
>there are a lot of things he could
>end up with, especially
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