Submitted by Name: Jean Reif Robinson From: Knoxville, TN E-mail: Contact
Comments: Love your album MEMORIES THAT BLESS AND BURN. But some of the words on some of the songs I cannot make out. Where oh where can I find the lyrics to these songs? I have tried to find them online but cannot find them! Help?
Added: April 14, 2015
Submitted by Name: Dave Summers From: Middlebourne, WV E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Barry Campbell From: Maine E-mail: Contact
Comments: To Kyle Buelow
Where did you get the tabs for "He's coming to us dead"? And if you can access my email would you be so kind as to send them to me if that would be easy for you.
Added: February 26, 2015
Submitted by Name: Billy and Lucille Brant From: Woodbine Ga E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello guys , we want to let you know that your appearance at our church (Lakewood Baptist) was the best ! Not that we have ever seen you all not do your best but , the song choices for the audience that we had were perfect . Ron , a couple of our military guys that was there told me after the show that they had tears in their eyes while you were doing "He's coming to us dead" . To me that meant a lot . Again we thank you guys for a perfect day , we got Churched and the Pastor didn't even have to preach . Take care and God bless you all . Billy and Lucille Brant
Admin reply: All the thanks goes to you, Billy. It was a great day and lots of fun. rt
Added: February 23, 2015
Submitted by Name: Kyle buelow From: Oran ny E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a tab of he's coming to us dead on the banjo but it's not like you do it. And I like your version much better. Could you possibly send me the tuning, capo, tab/chords for the way you play it? Thanks in advance.
Admin reply: Howdy Kyle, Here’s the info that you requested: I put the banjo in C-tuning (from 5th string—G, C, G, B, D) and put the capo on the second fret which makes the strings A, D, A, C#, E. I don’t know how to give the chords other than to write out a verse and put them in. D G D One morning as the office was op’nin’, a man quite old in years,
G D A D Stood by the express office showing signs of grief and tears.
D G D When the clerk approached him, the old then did say,
G D A D “I’m waiting for my boy, sir, he’s coming home today.
Of course, the chord formations you would use would be C for D, F for G, and G for A.
I hope this helps.
All the best, RT
Added: February 21, 2015
Submitted by Name: Brenda G McGlone From: Olive Hill, Kentucky E-mail: Contact
Comments: Saw you earlier today in Palatka FL. Love you guys!