Submitted by Name: liz cook From: portsmouth, RI E-mail: Contact
Comments: Why haven't you all been to New England area lately. First heard you at Cajun Bluegrass Festival in Eschoheag, RI at the Stepping Stone Ranch. My old cassettes are wearing thin!!!! Guess I might have to go South to hear your wonderful music and story-telling???
Added: June 29, 2015
Submitted by Name: Charles Halpern From: Philadelphia, USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: HELLO AM 84. FOR SOME REASON WAMU IGNORES YOU ALL. BUT YOU ARE ON MY IPHONE AND ICAN LISTEN FOR HOURS HAPPILY !!. HAVE. A FRIEND IN GERMANY. ANY IDEAS ? THANK YOU ALL. Chads
Added: June 24, 2015
Submitted by Name: Alice Mounier From: Piney Hollow E-mail: Contact
Comments: Finally the band will be playing in a locale accessible to me. I can even stop by and have a chat with Diedrich Knickenbocker on the way. Tom, not to be offensive but your remark "(even with jokes)" prompts me to suggest you take some time and read about the hay day of early Appalachian string bands and their offspring. My compliments on your taste.
Added: June 17, 2015
Submitted by Name: Tom Hussey From: Ottawa, Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Enjoyed performance at Gettysburg, bought a CD that has allowed me and many of my musician friends to rediscover bluegrass. I took up banjo after guitar. Seeing the group I know I was right (even with jokes). Hope to see the guys soon. PS loved the workshop!
Added: June 16, 2015
Submitted by Name: Tom Gerber From: Northern Illinois E-mail: Contact
Comments: Saw you at Palatka,Fl and really enjoyed it. I hope you have warmed up since then!
Added: April 22, 2015
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