Hi Jeff! My honey and I saw you at the Cleveland Zoo Saturday, Aug. 22. It was the best concert we had been to in a long time. Keith is a HUGE fan of yours and had missed seeing you in Cleveland several years ago, so this night was a dream come true for him. We were the animated couple sitting in the front row (where you came and sat on the rock in front of us while you were playing). We love you! We hope you'll come back to the area soon! I even flew back from Florida early to see you! Of course, your new CD has a prominent place in my collection (my honey and I trade off discs all the time). Good luck to you!
JEFF saw you on Friday night with guitars and saxes. YOU
are a wonderful guitarist. I only wish that you all could
have played individually and stayed a lot longer. We will
continue to go to as many jazz shows as possible..
south bend, in USA - Sunday, July 23, 2000 at 16:43:22 (PDT)
Dear Jeff, I dropped you a line on the album review page, it is fantastic!!! I've converted some of my co-workers who only listen to sleepy soft jazz to your great variety of everything. Had a fabulous time in Newport Beach and at Pasadena, did you notice that you were the only one who got the concert-goers on their feet?! Looking forward to seeing you at Summerlin in Las Vegas (thats a great place for a concert) and at Catalina. We'd like to see more of you in L.A., how about B.B.s Blues Club? Have a good one and can't wait to see you. Yvette
Yvette King <Ylubby1@aol.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Wednesday, July 19, 2000 at 20:36:52 (PDT)
Jeff, Don't know if you remember me, we went to junior high together. Anyway, was strolling though Virgin the other day and happened upon your new CD. I had to buy it just to brag. Then I listened to it. It's great! I never had the privelege of listening to you back in Copley, now I know what I've been missing. I'm living in LA now, a VP at a television network, and would love to hear from you, as would Fletch, Dunk and the rest (yes... I'm still in touch with the boys, you can take the kid out of Ohio...)
Anyway, take care and keep those riffs coming.
Jaime Klein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Wednesday, July 19, 2000 at 11:35:13 (PDT)
Hi, Mr. Jeff; I was at Winter Prark, too. You changed my life ( put me back on the one used to be ). I got my key boards fixed, cleaned. The old YAMAHA sounds like Fender Rose, Korg is like b3, my practice is Boz Scaggs, copying "Out of Blew", got 2 thick stack of music papers, I don't know how long this CD will last long since I repeat so many times. Maybe next time when you come to colorado, you can hire me. I'll play for free, ha, ha. I had to get cheap recorder, too. So that, when nice phrase comes up, I can record and send it to you and you can make it up. What a dream!!! Your play is concentration of a musician's life. It's hard to explaine since English is my 2nd lauguage. Any way, you got me. I thought about the time I was copying Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, etc., band's member got together, either I or guitar guy came up with a introduction....Thank you very much!!! for putting music back to big part of my life. I sent mail to webmistress one, so I guess your mgr must delete my mail. I did not notice aobut your web untill this week, I was busy listening all the musician's CDbefore the Jazz Fes. That's I usually do before the concert, so, I can enjoy concert. I did not open the paper part of your CD. I did not know your smiling picture, list of musician, none of that. In Bob James, Rick Braun, you are all over. I was listening those without knowing it was you. I did not know Avenue Blue either, on my day off, I usually play amooth jazz station on degital express doing cleaning, lundry, dishes etc. When the song I like comes on, I look at who's song, and some of those was Avene blue but I did not buy CD then, I'll get them all soon. I got "Dengerous Curves" yesterday by Amazon.com. It calm me down. Maybe I need load up CD player in my T-top since I don't have convertible, instead of listening with air conditioning on the othrer car . KHIH is futuring you this week. I get listening your song a lot while I'm at work. Just let you know some one became big fan of you at Winter park.
aurora, co USA - Wednesday, July 19, 2000 at 00:54:54 (PDT)
WHOOPS....guess we were having too much fun....Jill and I saw you on Sunday night, not Saturday! Anyway, we enjoyed it. Wish you the very best.
Wendy Hopkins <email@example.com>
Aurora, CO USA - Tuesday, July 11, 2000 at 15:36:31 (PDT)
Just a note to tell you Jill and I really enjoyed visiting with you Sat. night at the Brewery in Winter Park. And, as always, enjoyed your part of Guitars and Saxes at the Winter Park Jazz Festival. Jill has already bought tickets for Caravan of Dreams in Sept.; I, unfortunately have work obligations that will prevent me from attending that show....darn. Your performances always blow us away and we're still on a Jeff Golub high.
You're the best and we love you. Wendy
Wendy Hopkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Aurora, CO USA - Tuesday, July 11, 2000 at 10:21:19 (PDT)
I had a blast at Pasadena Jazz Fest, as always you blew me away again with your virtuosity and thank you for putting up with me during the autograph signing ...you're way too cool!!! Hope to see again soon and also a big THANK YOU to Ms Suzy Cline for giving us the priviledge. Pls. note my new email address again. Thanks Suzy!
Luis Garcia <email@example.com>
Los Angeles, Ca USA - Monday, July 10, 2000 at 19:07:41 (PDT)
As always, thanks for putting out another great set of guitar genious on Dangerous Curves, I'll be watching for you
at Caravan Of Dreams 9/15 and will at Catalina again when you show them who owns the ballroom. CH
Chris Hutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
carrollton, tx USA - Saturday, July 08, 2000 at 22:58:55 (PDT)
Just got your new CD - it's amazing (once again)
It's still to early to say, but it's probely your
best cd since Naked City (I think) don't misunderstand
me, the others re great too. So now I'm finally glad
you left Rod's band, so we can have yours winderfull
solo albums. By the way why don't make a slow jazz/blues
song with Rod on vocal for one of yours album ?
Torben Larsen <TE@Larsen.dk>
Denmark - Monday, July 03, 2000 at 13:42:34 (PDT)
Great show at the Metropolitan Café last Wednesday!! The band is amazing, and your playing is always inspiring, and often frightening!!! If you recall, we spoke about a book of hand exercises for tendonitis sufferers that you said helped you- I’d love to find out the name of the book, ‘cause I’ve tried about everything and I’m at a loss as of now.
Your new CD is fantastic, btw- hope you make it up to Boston/Providence area soon! If not, we’ll go back to NYC- your gigs are worth the trip!!
Thanks for the great music
Russ Hart <email@example.com>
Westport, MA USA - Saturday, July 01, 2000 at 14:18:33 (PDT)
It's great to hear that you will finally be in the Tampa Bay area. Brenda (my wife) and I are excited abought the concert and would like to do lunch. Let us know your itinerary and who will be on the tour with you.
Ed Abraham <EJABRAHAM@MINDSPRING>COM>
St Petersburg, Fl USA - Saturday, July 01, 2000 at 10:53:48 (PDT)
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