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Mary Gaia, his seventeen-year-old wife, would often be at his side.They had married in spring and lived in an isolated old house about thirty miles west of Ruleville, down a long dirt road, in the middle of acres and acres of farm fields.Part of this was Gene, reserved by nature, preferring his own company to anyone else’s.It could also have been related to the first bloom of social awareness that comes at the onset of the teenage years.
As he got older, though, Gene’s gaze fell more toward the ends of his shoes.
On the evening of September 5, 1975, several young men in a rock band called Furthermore traveled to the small Mississippi Delta city of Ruleville to play a high school dance. But as the sky darkened and a crowd of teenagers gathered, their guitarist had still not shown up.
They met at the Ruleville Youth Center, set their gear up and waited for show time. A twenty-two-year-old with long, brown hair and intense eyes, Gaia was the band’s de facto leader.
Michie, who lives in Nashville today and has shared a stage with Widespread Panic, said the first time he played with Gene the young guitarist did not utter a single word.
“I didn’t know if he was painfully shy or just didn’t talk,” Michie said.He had a series of businesses himself, including a nightclub.