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A great interview with B.J. Thomas done by Rockabilly Hall Of Fame writer, Barry Klein, can be read here.

Barry Klein / B.J. THOMAS INTERVIEW

Some links to more interviews and/or CD reviews found out on the WWW superhighway by B.J. Thomas fans :

The Toledo Blade
An nice interview with B.J. from March 8, 2002.

The Las Vegas Sun
Interview from January 18, 2002 with B.J.


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  Here are some more links to some other wonderful sites about B. J. and the world of country music ~!

The B.J. Thomas Online Store
The B.J. Thomas International Fan Club
Carol's Tribute To B.J. Thomas
B.J. THOMAS - Richard De La Font Agency


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Nashville's WSM radio and the Grand Ole Opry broadcasts the world-famous Grand Ole Opry on the internet as part of the station's 24-hour programming. The Opry, the world's longest-running live radio show, has not missed a broadcast since signing on the air in 1925.  You can catch the online broadcasts, including any in which B.J. may be making an Opry appearance, at either www.opry.com or www.wsmonline.com.


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The beautiful pic above of B. J. playing guitar was taken in Alton, Illinois on November 13, 1993 by Harold (Butch) Fisher.
Thank you for allowing me to use it here, Harold and Jeanne.


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You can find some of B. J. Thomas' music available at the following sites
( I will add to these as I find them & these links are directly to B. J.'s section of the site when I can ) :

The B.J. Thomas Online Store


GEMM 
( a wonderful site for finding
out-of-print recordings )

MusicStack.com
( another wonderful site for finding out-of-print recordings )

eBay.com
( Wonderful source for out-of-print music, sheet music, B.J.'s autobiographical and music collection books.  Try this link and all alternate spellings of his 
first name initials, such as BJ, B.J., B J. )

Amazon.com


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This page last updated March 20th, 2012.


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This site originated as Carousel's B.J. Thomas Corner on October 5, 1997.
Created and maintained for the Thomas family by Bobbi for informational and entertainment purposes only. 
Please do not copy or reproduce any part of the text or pictures from this website. 1997.