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Ron, thanks for singing my request of Echo Mountain at Palatka, and especially your kind reference to another special storyteller, the late and much missed James King.
Much appreciated.


Added: February 19, 2017
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ON OUR WAY TO DBFSIN TAMPA FL. CAN'T WAIT

Added: February 19, 2017
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I am trying to make contact with Mr. Thomason ( Ron ). If you feel you can please contact me at gkarjala@gmail.com. I would very much appreciate it. Either way, thank you for so many years of much music of the higheast quality of all the world of New Carlisle Ohio.- Dr. Karjala, Greivous maldroid extrordinaire, at large

Added: January 27, 2017
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Dear Dry Branch Fire Squad:

Why is it that I never get tired of listening to Dry Branch Fire Squad??
My husband and I were in Grass Valley, Ca. more than ten years ago
when we heard your music drifting through the Grass Valley Fair Grounds. We have loved your group ever since.


Added: December 6, 2016
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Ron; if you are ever coming up this way again let me know would like to see you again
Howard :!music: :!music:


Added: November 29, 2016
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We are coming up to see you on Nov. 27 in Charlottesville VA.

We have been coming to and listening to DBFS for years. WE have seen Ron and company in big events, like Grey Fox and tiny little places like a fire hall in northern New Hampshire. I'd say we have seen Ron and his groups at least 10 times.

A song request: Could you please do "Two Coats?" it is one of my DBFS favs. Thank you again and will see on Nov. 27.


Added: November 23, 2016
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Ron,
Found you on Youtube, loved the sound then bought most of your CDs. Listening to you stage talks, got the impression you weren't of the political ilk of many in bluegrass. Then I was thrilled to learn Dr. Ralph supported the more rational, productive political positions. As with you, he is among my top five singers of all time, esp. w/ his brother (Fields Have Turned Brown) which also has Ray, Emmylou, Aretha and George. My tastes overall are eclectic: good ole R&B, R&R and country as opposed to the new current stuff (I'm 76), Older classical like Bach, Mozart, Palestrina and so on and much more.
Based on much of your 'rant' may I suggest you subscribe to 'Foreign Affairs' magazine. It has articles and opinions from a broad range of political and philosophical thinkers. Francis Fukuyama for instance.
Dave


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Glad to keep in touch with DBFS!

Added: November 23, 2016
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Sorry to hear of the retirements of two of your guys but I am sure the replacements will fit right in. I have seen you many times and have always enjoyed your music and humor. Looking forward to seeing you sometime soon

Added: November 22, 2016
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Any chance you may appear in one of the Villages theatres in the future? This is the largest retirement community in the United States and I am certain you would have a huge turnout. Population close to 160,000 people. The Orange Blossom Opry is one of the theatres that book bluegrass and gospel groups. Just a thought.

Added: November 22, 2016
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