Levon Helm's boyhood home up for inclusion on Arkansas Register of Historic Places


Photographs by Bill Bowden

Levon Helm’s boyhood home in Turkey Scratch is being considered for placement on the Arkansas Register of Historic Places. Helm was a drummer and vocalist for The Band and won Grammy awards for two solo albums. He died in 2012.

Levon Helm's boyhood home was destroyed twice, once by wind and once by fire.


Levon Helm is shown in this file photo. + Enlarge


A map showing the location of Marvell + Enlarge

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hah406 says...

Go down, Miss Moses, ain't nothin' you can say. It's just old Luke, and Luke's waiting on judgment day. Well, Luke, my friend, what about young Annalee? He said "do me a favor son, won't you stay and keep Miss Annalee company."
Love Levon Helm and The Band. Rest in peace Levon.

Posted 20 July 2018, 9:15 a.m. Suggest removal

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