Congrats on the WAMI nomination!
this song gave me goosebumps, i loved it, thank you for this song, you are a talented man, enjoy your music, keep bringing.
Finally listened to the CD you handed to me at MaKe Music Madison . . .wow. It was "Love and Life." Some songs brought tears to my eyes . . the lyrics and music seemed to touch a place in my heart. I'm a bass player, so I heard every bass note and thought it was extraordinary especially the steady walking down the scale in some of the songs. Also, I play a bit of mandolin -- what a player you found! But most of all I loved the passion of your singing about what it is to be alive and loving life. Thank you so much.
PS. Did you ever live in Middleton?
I haven't lived in Middleton.
Love your music. Spent many nights listening to you play at Partners in WI in the late 90's. Glad you continue to write songs. Thank you for sharing your songs, talent and wisdom.
It was a great pleasure to meet you and Dylan, to chat with you, and to listen to your tunes/your voice. Thanks for all of your work. It is incredibly inspiring. I look forward to (as I bookmark your webpage as a favorite) to stay connected and find out where/when you'll be "in the neighborhood". I hope you enjoyed your night at "the Hog". Thanks!
He is the professional musician. i heard her music. thats awesome. Jason Moon is a folk and rock singer and songwriter. Love your voice! Would love to have you right in my livingroom!
"What a fantastic web site you have! I deal with people from different countries everyday; with your help you have made my life a lot easier - i can at last stop waving my arms around. Thank you so very much. This is fantastic!
We are looking forward to your visit on Feb. 9th. It will be an awesome time with the guys here and we have a few guitars here too! Love your message and your page is awesome!
I'm really happy to be working towards your Sept 21 appearance in Spokane. Your website adds lots of detail about you and your 2 careers.
Plenty of interest building here, in both you and work.
Thanks for your commitment to the cause of others!
I heard you on NPR, last night. All I can say is thank you. I know how hard it was for you to talk about your experiences. You were able to say a lot of things that I am unable to, when people ask me. I came home with a Bronze Star, two Purple Hearts, 16 ozs of metal in my leg, and short a few inches of small intestine.
Thank you, Brother.
You can talk about anything here