Just getting introduced to your music and I am enjoying it.
A fan from way back.
Excited to have you visit us in June.
You have to know that my friend Charlie D'oria is accurate - cone to L.I. you'll need more than a living room if we have anything to say about it! Keep up the good work on real music. (I'm still working on the tunings for Home Again...38 yrs now? I'll get it yet! (Let Me Go still needs more work - but I'll get it yet!)See you on L.I. ?
Sure enjoyed your music last week in Dayton. My husband Terry surprised us - by making the trip to see you. We live about 30 mi. north - in Covington - close to Piqua. I think we are related. My father is Victor Carl Batdorf. His dad is Victor Clyde Batdorf. I think our your grandpa and my grandpas are cousins??? Anyway good to hear you again - still enjoying your music. Jane Batdorf Lavy
Am planning to see you in Marietta - Ga this Saturday. Bringing my brother - Ray who has lung/brain cancer. He introduced me to you and B&R back in the '70s and your music got me though lots of difficult times. CANNOT wait to see/hear you on 4/16! I have to albums that you'll see are well worn!Diane MathisDiane Mathis
John - Terrific show Friday evening in St. Louis. It was great to hear the story behind the music and enjoy it in person. Looking forward to your new upcoming release!
I was treated to see you guys perform in L.A. you were amazing and blew me away... I so want to share your music with my son.... I loved Broken Shoes...... Tell me how to purchase your earlier... please.... music xoxoxo Cristina
I have been a loyal fan over the years!!! Your music is - and always has been - inspirational and very deeply moving. My blessings to you fans - friends and family my friend!!Heidi HedringtonHeidi Hedrington
Hi John - Jimmy Wagner from your old group The Luv"d Ones from Dayton - Ohio. I live in Arizona now and still playing music. I hope to hear from you as I am watching "The Best Two Years" and your songs are GREAT! See Ya! WAGS
I saw you guys in Hawaii at the Waikiki Shell sometime in the 70's. I remember you scolding the sound man to turn it up...Can you help me with chord changes for Can you see him - and the rhythm part for Farm. Aloha.
House concerts rule! Although that last gig here in Columbus - Ohio was wonderful for it's home concert-like intimacy. I sure enjoyed that show!
Hello John- Greetings from Bellbrook - OH. Since I first heard "Off the Shelf" - I have been chasing your tunes and wanting to trade songs with you.'Was also @ the Silver concert @ Wittenberg in '76. Thanks for the great music! It still sounds as good to me as it did in the early seventies! Randy Mills
Hey John - I caught you on "the Morning Blend" Thursday in Tucson. I have been familiar with you because of being a fellow writer on the "Original Christmas Songs" site. I love your tunes and wish I could be at your show on Saturday but have other plans. Regards - Thom
Dig hearing you on the radio again - makes my day! This time around - wherever you go - you know where the quiet places are. Enjoy.
I just love your music and wish you would come to Richmond Virgina -
Just listened to my old Batdorf and Rodney Album you guys are the best
John - I grew up in Vegas - Went to Valley - Saw you guys at the Ice Palace - I think you warmed up for Quicksilver around 1973. Looking to buy your 2nd Album on CD.Ifyou have one Please let me know. Thanks.
Steve - I was briefly in The Luv'd Ones. That's the band I came to California with in 1967. We broke up about a year after I joined.
John - did you live in the Dayton - Ohio area? Did you play briefly with the Weavers in a band called "The Luv'd Ones"?