Unearthed audition tapes of the infamous Rusty "the Goldpanning Sasquatch" Hallis auditions of 1969. I don't think it's debatable that Hallis is the most talented musician that no one's ever heard of. The world was robbed the day he set off to find the lost Yezidi temple in northern Alaska. We'll never know what could have been. I hope you found what you were looking for, Rusty. It came at a terrible price for the rest of us. https://youtu.be/9KK44Exf3C4
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