Please visit Boulder!
Looking forward to hearing you in Eugene, OR. First heard you at the Sanctuary in 1978, and many times since then.
Greg, I have spent 15 years trying to learn Banjo Moon on the guitar yet fail everytime. Any chance in some guidance?
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.
Dan C. I recorded that song thirty years ago on a cassette tape and I now have it on a CD. It has become a family favorite.
good early morning and hey greg, hey greg, hey greg, hey -
this note is to say happy birthday and also to say thanks for the beautiful music and stories and memories. may this birthday bring you and yours much joy and health and strength and peace. may it find you in a place that abounds with love and kindness and summer peaches and cold plums and fiddleheads that choose to come back into bloom, just to celebrate your day. see you soon, will be listening.
Absolutely thrilled that Greg is coming to Carrboro Arts Center. Heard him many times in the Cambridge/Boston area, and at The Mill in Iowa City, plus he graciously sang Canned Goods and The Iowa Waltz in Letts. Can't wait to see/hear him again!
Dan-I have CDs of all Greg's appearances on PHC. Do you know the date?
Greg, I am so thrilled that you will be playing at the Grey Eagle in Asheville. We can't wait to hear you let it all out!
Hey Greg (or anyone with info),
Looking for info on a song you did on Prairie Home many years ago. I think it was called Christmas in My Heart. I recorded it off the radio, but the recording is fading. The wonderful lyrics make me think that it has to be your song. Wondering if it's recorded anywhere. LYRICS:: "Dashing through the travelers advisory in a 50 horse power sleigh. Minnesota hats off to thee, on Wisconsin...Illinois is ten miles away."