"Carl Eugene Jackson" is an United States/American country music/country and bluegrass music/bluegrass musician. Jackson's first Grammy was awarded in 1992 for his duet album with John Starling titled "Spring Training." In 2003 Jackson produced the Grammy Award-winning CD titled Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers - a tribute to Ira and Charlie Louvin. He also recorded one of the songs on the CD, a collection of duets featuring such artists as James Taylor, Alison Krauss, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, and others.

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That was very distracting for him. He backed away before hitting his second shot and said, 'Hold on, we've got more golf to play.' I could see where it broke his concentration.

I can't put a number on it, but I want to stay here as long as I can.

I lived in the house with him and was his man Friday, I guess you could say. I took care of the house for him.

Oh, he was playing terrible before the tournament.

He's a tough guy. He catches the ball well. He developed as a runner last year and really developed as a runner this spring, but his blocking this spring was unbelievable.

I was having problems because [Augusta Chairman ] Cliff Roberts and [and former U. S. President ] Gen. Eisenhower were very concerned about me being there at such a young age. I was under age and I was supposed to be in school.

I have a passion for the transit industry.

He's been there for me when I needed him. He's like a brother. We just have a love for one another.

I didn't hear the conversation but Mr. Stephens explained to Mr. Roberts that he had plans for me and I'd be all right.