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  • jeremy biittner

    jeremy biittner Portland Oregon

    I absolutely love your music. Thanks for all the songs! I'm from your neck of the woods. LaCrosse WI.

    I absolutely love your music. Thanks for all the songs! I'm from your neck of the woods. LaCrosse WI.

  • Andrea

    Andrea PA

    Come back to the Sellersville Theater in Pennsylvania. I need a Greg Brown infusion!

    Come back to the Sellersville Theater in Pennsylvania. I need a Greg Brown infusion!

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  • Robert munzner

    Robert munzner West paris. Maine

    Hope you enjoyed the card from all the peeps that luv your music here in Maine......may you're future be filled with blessings and joy.......peace&luv

    Hope you enjoyed the card from all the peeps that luv your music here in Maine......may you're future be filled with blessings and joy.......peace&luv

  • Bobby Covington

    Bobby Covington Bonita Springs Fl

    I was eating lunch in my car, contemplating my shitty job that was necessary to support my kids. On came "Spring Wind", and my fading interest in music was revived. Family and friends were subjected to a constant concert of your music as I own more of your albums than any other musician. Your music has given so much more than you can imagine. I've never written any artist in my life, but I just felt it important to thank you.

    I was eating lunch in my car, contemplating my shitty job that was necessary to support my kids. On came "Spring Wind", and my fading interest in music was revived. Family and friends were subjected to a constant concert of your music as I own more of your albums than any other musician. Your music has given so much more than you can imagine. I've never written any artist in my life, but I just felt it important to thank you.

  • Meg

    Meg Mad River Valley, Vermont

    October 28, The Candler Opera House, Randolph, Vermont. At intermission, while snow lightly fell outside a fire escape overhang, we talked. I shared my sorrow - the shared sorrow of the Mad River Valley - but also the singular pain of cherished friends who've lost their child. Of five families who each lost a son or daughter, October 8th. Five beautiful juniors in high school, returning back to the Valley from a show at Higher Ground, killed on 89 by a wrong way driver, a vet with PTSD driving without lights on, into the dark, without regard for his life or the innocents. It's very raw not just in the tight-knit Mad River Valley, but up and down the spine of the Green Mountains. I unpinned my Harwood Strong pin (our high school), gave it to you, and requested Laughing River. As a baseball mountain mama, I spent many years sitting on the sidelines of the Mad River league, cheering on my son and his friends. Sadly, two of those baseball boys are now dead, boys who had great things to come. I shared the story of my request with my friend, Cyrus' dad, who not only coached all those teams, but is a dedicated fly fisherman himself, now left to walk through life without his oldest son by his side. The Mad River flows right outside his door. Goodbye to those days, those sweet, playful, innocent days. We now have five stars shining down from Heaven's boulevard (Grace Potter). Thank you from the bottom of my - and the Mad River Valley's - broken heart for listening, for the light, for the hug, and for opening up your second set with Laughing River. You are now a part of our ripple. #HarwoodStrong "Well I'm trading in this old bat, For a fishing pole. I'm gonna let the Laughing River, Flow right into my soul."

    October 28, The Candler Opera House, Randolph, Vermont.

    At intermission, while snow lightly fell outside a fire escape overhang, we talked. I shared my sorrow - the shared sorrow of the Mad River Valley - but also the singular pain of cherished friends who've lost their child. Of five families who each lost a son or daughter, October 8th. Five beautiful juniors in high school, returning back to the Valley from a show at Higher Ground, killed on 89 by a wrong way driver, a vet with PTSD driving without lights on, into the dark, without regard for his life or the innocents. It's very raw not just in the tight-knit Mad River Valley, but up and down the spine of the Green Mountains. I unpinned my Harwood Strong pin (our high school), gave it to you, and requested Laughing River. As a baseball mountain mama, I spent many years sitting on the sidelines of the Mad River league, cheering on my son and his friends. Sadly, two of those baseball boys are now dead, boys who had great things to come. I shared the story of my request with my friend, Cyrus' dad, who not only coached all those teams, but is a dedicated fly fisherman himself, now left to walk through life without his oldest son by his side. The Mad River flows right outside his door. Goodbye to those days, those sweet, playful, innocent days. We now have five stars shining down from Heaven's boulevard (Grace Potter).

    Thank you from the bottom of my - and the Mad River Valley's - broken heart for listening, for the light, for the hug, and for opening up your second set with Laughing River. You are now a part of our ripple. #HarwoodStrong

    "Well I'm trading in this old bat,
    For a fishing pole.
    I'm gonna let the Laughing River,
    Flow right into my soul."

  • Kim

    Kim Colorado

    Please visit Boulder!

    Please visit Boulder!

  • Mark

    Mark

    Looking forward to hearing you in Eugene, OR. First heard you at the Sanctuary in 1978, and many times since then.

    Looking forward to hearing you in Eugene, OR. First heard you at the Sanctuary in 1978, and many times since then.

  • Brad

    Brad Elkridge, MD

    Greg, I have spent 15 years trying to learn Banjo Moon on the guitar yet fail everytime. Any chance in some guidance? Thank you

    Greg, I have spent 15 years trying to learn Banjo Moon on the guitar yet fail everytime. Any chance in some guidance?
    Thank you

  • Kathleen Miess

    Kathleen Miess Chesterville, ME

    Greg, just wondering if when you sing an old song about love, does it bring back memories of lost loves/relationships or do you bring the meaning to your present....curious, is all. Kathy

    Greg, just wondering if when you sing an old song about love, does it bring back memories of lost loves/relationships or do you bring the meaning to your present....curious, is all.
    Kathy

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