Gram Parsons didn't grow up living the hardscrabble life of most country singers. The man originally named Cecil Ingram Connor III was born into a wealthy Florida citrus family and spent a semester at Harvard before dropping out to concentrate on his burgeoning interest in country music. After stints in the Shilos and the International Submarine Ban
Bassist Chris Ethridge, who along with Gram Parsons founded the Flying Burrito Brothers and also played on records by Graham Nash & David Crosby, Dave Mason and the Doors, had died from unknown causes at age 65.
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