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ST. LOUIS - Waltles original bassist, Chris Noblin was laid to eternal rest on Friday January 6th, at a cemetery in Saint Louis County.   Noblin was one of the founding members of the St. Louis based Folk Rock Group The Waltles along with Walt Winston and Scott Eastabrook.  Noblin appeared on nine of the band's Online Number One hit singles,  as well as on Walt Winston's Biggest Number One Hit Single playing Lead Guitar on "Truck Drivers' Aren't Supposed To Cry."  In 2007 Noblin performed with Walt Winston as the lead guitarist in the band Walt Winston & The Cigarettes as they opened for Mark Chesnutt in Lovelock, Nevada at the first Lovelock Freedom Festival in 2007.  The band received a standing ovation after performing their original single "Paper People".   

  Noblin is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter.  Noblin was 49

when he died on December 29th in 2022.

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Chris Noblin as a memebr  Waltles in 1993, pictured on the bottom left.

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MEMPHIS - Multiple News sources report Lisa Marie Presley the daughter of Elvis Presley has died at the age of 54 from Cardiac Arrest.   Not much is known at this time, as it was reported she was hospitalized recently after suffering from cardiac arrest.   She joins her father and former husband Michael Jackson in the afterlife.  Presley was 54.

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