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130. Rhonda December 19, 2016
Hello Jimmy.
I'm so glad to hear you're doing better.
129. Bobby Smith July 28, 2016
Hello Jimmy,I have cassette tapes I recorded of DC Dog at the Apple Pie and the Crazy Horse. I also followed you with Sea Level. I would like to send them to to and your family. I was the older Black guy digging your music. I heard a lot of good music in Georgetown back in the day. It was good therapy for me. I am 85 now. Hang in there Brother and my prayers are with you.


USMC (Ret.)
128. Eric Schultz July 3, 2016
Hello! I bought your book and CD last year. Your story is very interesting, and your music is great, and I've enjoyed hearing your album several times. We talked about 3 times last year, but I didn't want to bother you, so I haven't called in a while, but I think of you often.

It is good to have you with us. Way back in 1977, I first heard Sea Level, and I continued to buy all the other Sea Level albums. Now, with digital downloads and the recent re-issue by Real Gone Music, I still have this great music. Best wishes for all the best of everything. God bless you always. Peace.
127. Lynda Clark July 3, 2016
I knew you when you were with T Graham Brown. My mother was the one who made the quilts for everyone. I think of you often and still think you are the best guitar player I ever saw. Take care!
126. Denny Begle April 30, 2016
It was a great 3 days visiting you and having so much fun! I am so honored that Deja Blue was invited to play at your fundraiser. We have been friends for so many years and I thank God each day for that loving friendship. You have touched so many with your talent and with your love of life!

I love you my brother!!
125. Shari Smith January 21, 2016
Hello, I am your cousin. My mother was Madeline and my brothers are Ron, Den and Mick. Nanny Nalls told me many stories about going to your shows! She was so proud of you! I was little but I remember. I have one of your albums from sea level. I live in south Carolina. I'm so glad I got to send you this message.
124. M Walter January 15, 2016
DC Dog was indeed a DC super group. Sea Level was slightly ahead of the times, a blast of musical fresh air. Just wanted you to know your music touched the lives of many fans not only in the greater DC area but around the world. Best wishes in this new year.
122. Mark Lane Smith July 11, 2015
I would love to hear from you my old friend. We traveled many miles together. I hope all is well with you and I will be praying for you. Your friend always. Mark Lane Smith on drums
121. Lonny July 6, 2015
I met you when you were with the Nighthawks, that was certainly an awesome era for them with you and Jimmy Hall. You were playing a borrowed guitar, a blast from my past, it was an old Silvertone (my brother still has one). You, sir, are a guitarist's guitarist. Thank you for the fine catalogue of music you have given us.
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