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Yerkey was born in 1950, the year of the tiger. Tigers are often cited as born leaders.Read More...
Yerkey played guitar for many years with a band called Nonfiction. He was ultimately kicked out.
Though he has admired a great many more from afar, Yerkey once owned a Cadillac of his very own. His first automobile was a 1971 Buick Centurian. He's currently making payments on a late model Toyota.
Yerkey's prize possession is a blonde Gibson J35, which he likes to believe may have once belonged to Hank Williams. Or Bill Monroe.
Originally from West Virginia, Yerkey moved early on to Gallup, New Mexico, where he learned a lot of cowboy songs and began playing in carnivals at age 14.
Yerkey has been a paperboy, dishwasher, mail clerk, bagel maker, security guard & janitor. Most recently he occasionally answered the phone at a minimum security juvenile facility called Sunnyhills.
Yerkey has nearly completed his first reading of the The Tenakh, the Hebrew bible. He says you ought not trust the King James versions on account of its messing with the order of things. He also swears by the Citibank Preferred Customer interpretation of the New Testament.
Yerkey thinks the President is a hypnotist.
Yerkey's 1994 solo debut was called confidence, man.
He attributes the nearly 12 year delay between records to women.
Yerkey used to pick poppies for Alice MacAllister.
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