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Anthony(klaas) Schotsman
from The Netherlands says:
Hats off for the best of the west! You guys play bluegrass as it supposed to be! Only a few good men can play like you do, keep on pickin.
Bobby Ray
from AL./United States says:
Accidentally discovered y'all when I read you were playing the Iron City venue in Birmingham.Didn't make the show but listened to some of your stuff on your website.I know you've heard comparisions to Hayseed Dixie.What y'all do kicks butt.I'm sure people throw ideas at you all the time,so I'll do it as well.Consider a punk tribute in the future.Keep it up and I hope to see you the next time you come through Birmingham.
from Texas says:
Thank you , for me it has always been hard to understand or hear the words on most heavy metal , i would have to look up the lyrics , i enjoy your style and can hear the words, i wish you guys would do war pigs , it is one of my favs.. Thanks Tim
Barrie A Sargent
from South Dakota says:
I have always enjoyed bluegrass but being a heavy metal fan I have never bought any CDs. You have changed that! :) I love your Fade to Bluegrass work! Definitely a new way to listen to Metallica, and quality work as well! Keep on pickin'!
adam bandy
from louisville, ky says:
we are the bluegrass state!!!!! please come and see us!!!you will see the love!!! come to louisville and i got you on street team too!!!you will get some of the best promotion you have ever seen!!! love you guys!!!
frank nekola
from utah says:
would love to see you guys out west here in salt lake. theres a great music seen out here and think you would enjoy it if you ever make it out. the garage on beck is a great place to play. hope to see you some day. best regards frank
John Anderson
from TN,USA says:
I bought you're Zakk Wylde CD.. Love it. You guys are underrated bigtime!
Jean McCormick
from Grand Blanc, MI 4843 says:
Hi, Just wanted to let you know that I love your music and your singing. Harmony is fantastic. I could listen to you all day. By the way, Dave Martindale is my nephew. Keep up the good work. Best I have ever heard. Jean
from kentucky says:
What you guys have done with some of my favorite songs by some of my favorite bands I.E. Metallica, and Ozzy Osbourne has changed my view of BlueGrass and I must say your work is very impressive keep it up!
from England and Italy says:
Hi Gents, I never normally write or comment on the web, but I just had to. You guys are amazing. I came across you in a bizarre way. A friend of mine copied a whole load of different music onto my ipod over 2 years ago, and I listened to some of it but it was all mostly electronic - I did not click on your album 'Modest Mouse' at that time - then about 4 months ago I put my ipod on shuffle and there you were - I just loved it from the off and have now bought most of your albums! I am currently setting up an outdoor hotel in Italy, a lot of which requires building and construction - and to have you guys cheerfully playing at volume keeps all of us working, completely upbeat - and I have since introduced you to a number of friends. Would be amazing to see you guys play live but I do not get to the states much - if you are EVER in Europe please let me know as I would travel to see you no worries! Your take on Trailer Trash is simply stunning! Cheers, Jono
Mary Medurecan
from Alberta/Canada says:
LoVe! LoVE! LoVE - your music!!! (EspeciaLLy the BanJo!) <3 Hope to see you in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Mary Balen-Medurecan
from Washington USA says:
Gentlemen, thank you. Not only are you keeping a very old and traditional form of art alive, you are introducing it to many who would have never known or considered it. I personally want to thank you. As a long time music guy myself, this is completely spiritual to me. I was in a band like Metalica, but never once left my roots. Thanks for the fertilizer. And thanks for staying real! Let's hear some Rush! (Grin)
Kyle Capron
from Indiana says:
Love the music. It proves a great song will work in any style. Love the picture of the "Miss Bellows Falls Diner". Spent many mornings there with my dad and uncle having breakfast before going fishing on summer vacations.
Kathy McRoy
from Missouri says:
Ran across you guys on vacation in Fort Collins CO at Cracker Barrel..bought your Horse and Pen cd for my brother in husband said it would be worn out before my bro got it..LOL...very good, would name a favorite, but that would be too hard to do....all the songs are great and you guys sound wishes always!
from Denmark says:
You guys are beyond amazing!!! Please swing by Copenhagen soon, as i Would love to see you live. Much respect!!
Matthew V. Rossi
from Wisconsin says:
Iron Horse, you guys are phenomenal! You've given me an appreciation for music that will last a lifetime. Vance Henry's vocals are gravid with sincerity, and the emotions present in the lyrics come across perfectly genuine. I wanted to thank you guys for bringing music back to life for me! Also, I had an idea for an album you guys could do! Since "Breaking Bad" has just recently finished, and in the final scene they play the song "Baby Blue," by Bad Finger, I immediately thought this song would sound amazing from you guys! So this got me thinking? What other great songs have capped off great movies/television? "The Sopranos" ended with Journey's "Don't Stop Believing," and you guys would surely do a great deal of good with that! Anyways--long story short--considering you guys have such a strong emotional impact with every song you do, and considering how much emotional impact comes through the two songs I referenced, wouldn't it be spectacular if Iron Horse did an album of covers comprised of the best songs to end a series/movie? Sorry for the long suggestion, but whether you take that idea, leave it, or never even read this post: thanks again for the wonderful music!
Justin C. Kyle
from Virginia says:
Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley, sitting comfortably between the Blue Ridge Mountains with the Appalachian Trail, and the Alleghenies, right along Route 11, is a little city named Staunton (pronounced Stanton.) Its the home of The Statler Brothers, and many Independence Day Celebrations have commenced with their beautiful vocals and capturing melodies. Also coming from our area, is none other than Mac Wiseman, whom you may have heard of in tales of ol'. I can assure you that your band would be welcomed with open arms and eager ears! Keep that in mind should you ever ponder the idea of visiting our deeply historic, bluegrass rooted region!
Cheryl Ceretti
from Ontario, Canada says:
When can you come to Hamilton, Ontario. We would LOVE to have you~~~~
Kurt Dismukes
from South Carolina/ USA says:
Thanks guys for helping me find and keep my roots. AWESOME, AWESOME and AWESOME.
Bruno Nobrega de Sousa
from MINAS GERAIS says:
Hi guys, I just would like to tell you that iron horse is simply awesome. Very impressive. Way to go. Cheers from a brazilian fan.