Ferlin Husky’s customized Grammer guitar with modified headstock and images of huskies on the pickguard and headstock.
-Courtesy of Ferlin Husky
Born in Missouri 1925
Inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2010
A key player on the West Coast country scene in the 1950s, Ferlin Husky ushered in the Nashville Sound production style with his massive crossover hit “Gone” (1957), and he entertained millions with the gospel smash “Wings of a Dove” (1960) and his comic persona Simon Crum.