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Ace Moreland

A great friend who is deeply missed.

Ace's Music

Photos Of Ace
By Duane Jones

Remembering An Ace

Ace Moreland Memorial
From King Snake Records

Ace Moreland Memorial
By Paul Doell

Talent On Display / ACE MORELAND
ACE MORELAND The Best Kept Secret In The Blues

Special Friends & Misc.
Greg Baril, Ace Moreland, Artimus Pyle.

History
In the mid 90's Barry Rapp did a lot of work at
Kingsnake Studio with Ace Moreland recording several CDs.

Ace Moreland CD Review
CD Review Ace Moreland "Keepin' a Secret" King Snake Records

Ace Moreland/RollingStone.com

Sow Belly
Ronnie Brooks, Terry Thomas, Barry Rapp (front row)
John Moss, Ace Moreland (back row).

Sow Belly moved to Jacksonville, Florida in the mid 70's where they were signed by Armstrong Agency Management Company who also managed Molly Hatchett.

Tim Lindsey, Greg Baril, Artimus Pyle, Ace Moreland & Chip Miller.

Ace Moreland's West Side Story
Chip Miller, Tim Lindsey, Ace Moreland, Randall Hall, Barry Rapp.

Bob Greenlee & Ace Moreland.

 

James Ace Moreland, Jr.

James Ace Moreland, Jr. of Miami died at 4:20 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 8, 2003, at his home after an illness. He was 50.
Moreland was born Nov. 18, 1952, in Miami to James Ace and Ila Rae (Phelps) Moreland. He was a graduate of Commerce High School and attended Pittsburgh, Kan., State University.

He left the Miami area and had a career as a musician making numerous albums. He was a Baptist.
Survivors include his mother; two sisters, Betty Little and husband Bill of Shawnee and Jane Paxson of Miami, and three nephews and their wives, Duane and Vikki Jones of Falls Church, Va., James and Lisa Paxson of Baxter Springs, Kan., and Greg "Todd" and Joan Jones of Welch.

He was preceded in death by his father. Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at the First Baptist Church of Commerce with the Rev. Billy Bissell officiating. Burial will be in G.A.R. Cemetery in Miami.

Pallbearers will be Gene Jones, Billie McNelis, David Hicks, Ronnie Brooks, Jimmy Markham and Miles Jacobs. Honorary pallbearers will be Willie Gideon, Slugger Trask, Barry Rapp, Steve Duncan and Glen Dow.

The family will receive friends from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Guilford-Thomas Funeral Home in Commerce.

Arrangements are under the direction of Thomas Funeral Home in Welch.
Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church of Commerce building fund.

 
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