Submitted by Name: Lauralyn and Hank Theodore From: Aurora, IL 60506 E-mail: Contact
Comments: Long time fans of DBFS . . and were reminded of Orphan Train today when the USA Today had two significant articles about a recent book entitled Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline. Ron's history "lesson" before singing this song + this historical novel will give quite the history presentation. We sure wish we could have joined you in Westcliffe and now at Gray Fox . . but we look forward to Springfield.
Added: July 17, 2014
Submitted by Name: Alice Mounier From: Piney Hollow, NJ E-mail: Contact
Comments: To John - the song is title He's Coming to Us Dead.
Everyone take care of yourselves and others TOO
Added: July 13, 2014
Submitted by Name: Somebody's Somebody From: Northeast USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I want to thank all you guys in the Band and that support the work you do. I don't want to seem religious so just put it on that feeling that makes you so happy you want to cry. There is a lot of healing needed out there and I see you guys are the responcible ones or may just allow to be that instrument of peace--God Bless---
Added: July 8, 2014
Submitted by Name: Rebecca Winkel From: Macon, GA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I love your music, esp. the song: "Memories That Bless and Burn." Wow! Do you ever play for a private funeral? I am totally serious.
Added: July 8, 2014
Submitted by Name: John Evans From: Alvin, TX E-mail: Contact
Comments: Been listening all afternoon to the DBFS youtube stuff.... Ron & Heidi does banjo & fiddle number writtenmby D. B. Grayson about a soldjer coming home... railway express... What is the name of this tune?
Added: June 25, 2014
Submitted by Name: Elizabeth Appleby From: PA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi, My fellow musician friends and I were wondering if any of your older vinyl albums are now available on CD specifically the song " Bachelor's Hall" . I have the vinyl albums but due to all of the " technological advances" making CDs, I can not play them due to an old needle on the record player and difficulty replacing it. thanks, Elizabeth Appleby7
Added: June 21, 2014
Submitted by Name: Paris and Donna Mitchell From: Frankford, Delaware E-mail: Contact
Comments: We were invited to go to the Blue Grass Festival in Gettysburg by our son's in-laws last month. We had never been to any type of music festival and had never listened to blue grass. We loved the festival and now you have two new fans. We loved the stories and the music. We purchased both of your CD's but you had run out of home security systems. We will be online looking for other locations that we might be able attend to see you play.
Added: June 16, 2014
Submitted by Name: Ray Sarchet From: New Carlisle, OH E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thank you for a great show in New Carlisle, OH last evening 15 Jun 2014, and thanks for signing the new CD. Another old mountain dulcimer player - Ray
Added: June 16, 2014
Submitted by Name: Mark Winkle From: New Carlisle, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I look back over the years and am reminded that I was there when Dry Branch was being formed. He used to bring his mandolin into class and play. He would play under one leg, behind his back, and even behind his neck.It was 40 years ago, but I remember him fondly as one of my most favorite teachers.I also begin teaching 3rd grade English in summer school tomorrow in Trotwood,Ohio. In my high school years I lived behind John Carpenter. So you see, all of you over the years have influenced and touched so many lives (as others have told me that I have as well). Mr.T has never been very good with names, but it was once again a great pleasure to spend a few moments talking with you during the break. He used to say,I never forget a face, but I am terrible with names.I know that it will be a sitting only crowd on a grassy plain in heaven listening to you play your favorite songs. It will be a pleasure to relax and listen to you once again.
Added: June 15, 2014
Submitted by Name: Zach From: Cincinnati E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'd appreciate it much if you played "orphan train" at the Festival of the Bluegrass this weekend......love Utah Phillips and you guys really do that song justice. Thanks and lookin forward to seein' ya'll this weekend.