After seeing you at Mildura and Victor Harbour we loved
your singing and sense of humour and had a great time at both
Congratulations on your well deserved award. We were there to actually witness your speechless moment!
We thought Karen would like this postcard to show what happens to a women when she waits for the perfect man!!
Cheers, from the Clayton Gang
Thank you also once more for "The Naked Poets" CD. I now have all of you CDs. I shall eagerly continue to follow the gig guide on your website in anticipation that you may come to Melbourne sometime in the future. Thank you also for the enjoyment I have gained by learning all about your experiences via reading your newsletters. Perhaps I will have the opportunity to visit the Blue Mountains one day and see you perform in your local area.
Till then(or sooner!), Bye for now, from Kaylene Pittaway.
fantastic news on your winning the Independent Music artist
of the year!
Hope it's soon.
Take care and congratulations again
But I witnessed one of the nicest pieces of any of your gigs I've been to. You're DUET with your young daughter, Josie. Fanbloodytastic!!!! My hasn't she come a long way. I remember being at the Fitzroy Pub at Windsor some years back when you told us that (I think) 21 years after your last child Carol was pregnant again. My daughter, Samantha hasn't stopped singing about the "shark in the bath". Unfortunately we had to leave at ten and with the fireworks interupting you we didn't get much of a Drummonding. Never mind we'll catch up soon. Good luck at Tamworth and hope to see you soon.
Life's a TRIAL.
Our thanks to you once again for a fantastic night. The Toy Library committee is not large and we could never raise the money you help us to, on our own.
We had a great night and will soon be off shopping for
lots more toys for the children of our members. What a great
Re: Children's Album
Looking forward to the next album, especially 'Turning
40 into 24', you know how much I enjoy that one!Jessica and Nathan
Bye for now Tania Brown
I definitely see a career in politics in your future. The
CMAA is only the
Drummond for PM!!!
Murder at the ridge... As I worked at the ridge as a miner for 12 years and knew a chap by the name of (Name)
A couple of years ago there was a another death at the ridge of a bloke named Dave he was a nice chap and had a bit of a hunch back. He never had a bad word for anyone but I was in The Diggers Rest pub one day and (Name) came into the saloon bar with a heap of groceries and he had just put them onto a table and this Dave bloke came in and walked up to (Name) and decked him ... completely out of character for him.
(Name) picked himself up and proceeded to pick up all his groceries and placed them back on the bench and, lo and behold, back came Dave and decked him again. Anyway, about 1 year later Dave disappeared and after a prolonged search around his camp, which was out about the 10 mile field I think, anyway no sign of him anywhere.
Then some 10 to 12 months later they found Dave not far from his camp, and still intact I'm told and quite dark in color, as though he had been kept in a fridge or freezer for some time.
If he had of been out in the heat of the ridge for any time he would have been fly blown and rotted away but no he WASN"T!!
the other song was " going back to Narrabri" (The Cotton and The Rose) was the song about your self or again another chat with somebody in a pub W
I would dearly like to hear from you as I have a great
love for your albums I had 3 of them but when moved from lighting
ridge to Nambucca Heads where I now live I lost them will try
to replace them wit CD now. well bye for now.
My Name is Ted Single and I'm 57 years old married with three grown up kids and have 5 grand kids as well .
Well Ted ....... having had some four law suits against me so far this year, I think I'll just pass on the first question!!!!
Let me just say that The Lightning Ridge reputation as the Wild West Of Australia is not unfounded.
As to the second song "The Cotton and The Rose "is one of my brother, Geoff's Songs and I believe was written after a visit to the town about ten years back.
I can see by your schedule you are very booked but if you suddenly had a change of plans and could fit in a school session please contact me.
You have done a show at East Murray Area School before and it was a great success. Our kids get plenty of exposure to sporting things but our arts are sadly lacking.
Last time you came to School I signed the consent for both
my boys (10 and 14 at the time) to go to your concert. They are
I think Through the Cracks is fantastic - I will be buying
my own copy from you at Karoonda. At present I can only listen
to it when