Submitted by Name: Rick Lewis From: London Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am looking to see if John Hisey is the same John Hisey that graduated from Madison South High school in 1969. My older brother Jeff is trying to make contact with him. Please let me know or as a surprise you could have John call Jeff at 480-695-2924. Please let me know. Thank you much.
Added: April 29, 2016
Submitted by Name: VERNON HARRISON From: SPRING HILL FL. E-mail: Contact
Comments: RON WE HAVE SEEN AT YOU AT LEAST4 TIMES,I REQUESTED YOU SING HE COMING HOME DEAD TODAY,BEING A RETIRED NAVY VET. THAT SONG HAS A SPECIAL MEANING TOO ME.AGAIN THANK VERY MUCH, THIS HAPPEN AT THE SERTOMA FESTIVAL IN MARCH OF 2016
Admin reply: You're most welcome. It literally is the least I can do for all of you who have given and still give so much.
Added: March 31, 2016
Submitted by Name: Roger Singer From: New Palestine, IN E-mail: Contact
Comments: If a man is all alone in a forest with no woman around to hear him, is he still wrong?
Admin reply: I have a T-shirt with that aphorism on it which I seem to always have on wackbords.
Added: March 1, 2016
Submitted by Name: Harry Cunningham III From: Riverview, FL - 33569 E-mail: Contact
Comments: Ron, my wife and I have enjoyed you and your band at the Blue Grass show @ Rodeheaver Boys Ranch. We plan to see you again at the first opportunity.
Added: February 22, 2016
Submitted by Name: Joe Shiver From: Mc Alpin, FL E-mail: Contact
Comments: Ron, it was a pleasure to meet you at the Palatka festival last Saturday. I was standing by as you listened and gave tips to the young mandolin player. That was a very gracious gesture. Not sure if you know, but he won the mandolin that was given away after your evening show.I got the "Live at the Newburyport Firehouse" set and listened to both discs on the way home. Loved it!! When I retell the stories, is it OK if I replace Tom Delay with Joe Biden, and replace Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell with Father Pfleger and Jeremiah Wright? Blessings to you and the band. Look forward to seeing you perform again soon.--JS
Added: February 22, 2016
Submitted by Name: Alice M Mounier From: Franklinville, NJ E-mail: Contact
Comments: This was a tough one to track down: Someone That You Used to Know Composed by Bobby Whitlock / Jack Tempchin. I think they must have known Charlie and me....he stays in my soul.
Added: February 19, 2016
Submitted by Name: Dan Penzer From: Plainville, Massachusetts E-mail: Contact
Comments: Looking forward to your visit to Massachusetts March 12th. That'll warm us up.
Added: February 15, 2016
Submitted by Name: Bradley Bush From: Newark Delaware E-mail: Contact
Comments: Fellas, my wife and I loved your concert tonight in Newark. What a warm, gracious group of people you are - and wonderful, versatile musicians to boot. Ron, you spoke of the fact that you didn't have any baseball caps to sell. Is there a way that I can purchase one? I'd love to have one. Thanks again for a lovely evening - and I hope to hear from you. Sincerely, Brad Bush
Added: February 12, 2016
Submitted by Name: Asa Gullett From: Hazard Kentucky E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am a long time avid fan of DBFS and each of the many lineups. Your devotion to old time music is obvious. The new CD's are a joy, both the sacred and the secular. I know you are very busy but hope you will help me with a question. When you are introducing "By The Mark" you say it is not an old time song but sounds like one, and you will do it in the old time way. Does this refer to a traditional view that the banjo is a "secular" instrument that ought not be featured in a gospel song. If you can help me wonderful, if not you are still the greatest.
Added: February 11, 2016
Submitted by Name: David Camp From: Southeastern Pennsylvania E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello Ron and friends ~ I am a long-time fan of DBFS. I've seen you perform several times, including at the Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival and at Gettysburg in recent years. I treasure my autographed Genuine Thought-repellant Hat! I am bringing four friends to Newark this Friday (Feb 12th) for your show for the BFOTM, and am very much looking forward to it! But first, I am sorry Brian and Dan have taken the easy way out - of the band - by retiring. Will this be your first public performance with the new alignment? Second, I HAVE A REQUEST, albeit a negative one. Please DO NOT play Echo Mountain on Friday! It is too darn SAD! Makes me cry every time! I'm serious. Thank you. I love everything else you do! Yours ~ David