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nancy mcdermott
from tabernash, co and pi says:
do you ever play in the midwest? we manage a golf course in pickstown, south dakota and think you style of music would go over great. Plus, you really should be playing in a place called pickstown! do you know susan gibson? she's my beloved musician cousin in wimberly, tx. we've just discovered you, and you rock and you know you do!
David Poletti
from Southern IL says:
COME PLAY A SHOW IN CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS. OR ST. LOUIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!PLAY MORE SHOWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
from Victoria, BC, CANADA says:
would love to see Iron Horse in person! hope you bring your kickass bluegrass up the (north) westcoast! You guys have mind blowing skill!!
from FL says:
You rock! Come to Orlando!!!! Any other dates before may? I just found you all today...but I love it, i want to see a show!!!
Stefanie Utz
from Nevada says:
My husband found your Metallica covers on You Tube. As a fan of both Metallica and Bluegrass, I was blown away! I would love to see you all in concert if you make it out west.
James Mullins
from WV says:
I just wanted to say. I absolutely love your music. My oldlady wont listen to Metallica but she loves you guys. I plan on buying her at least 4 of your albums for Christmas. Keep up the great music, and I cant wait until I hear about you all coming to WV.
Jason Smith
from Florida says:
You guys are so out of the box. Please dont stop! I noticed no facebook profile? Update that thing guys! How are fans suppose to spread the word?
from Florida/Oregon says:
I love your music! Just wondering if you could cover Cake? I think it would make great bluegrass and you could add harmonica as trumpet. Just an idea! Either way I like what you've got goin on!
from United States says:
Much love to Iron Horse!
from IL says:
Introduced to your music through a friend. As both a fan of Metallica and Bluegrass I instantly fell in love with both Fade to Bluegrass CDs. Cant wait to check out your other offerings. Come to Chicago, I'd go to that concert.
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from MI says:
Your music is a lot of fun and you're obviously quite skilled at what you do--keep up the great work! What would be really cool is if you would collaborate with Lou Reid on an experimental 2-CD album about the life of Lulu Roman from Hee Haw. ...Or maybe not.
Ted Ratcliffe
from Toronto Canada says:
You have become our standard work music in our office and I wanted to email you as a show of appreciation. I sincerely hope that you can make it back across the boarder and pay us a visit soon. Please put me on your mailing list so I can keep abreast of your tour dates. Best Regards, Ted Ratcliffe
from Indiana says:
I just found (by accident), some of your covers of Rock Legends on youtube tonight. Absolutely amazing, keep up the fantastic work!
Jamie McGrath
from Vancouver island, Ca says:
I was introduce to you by a friend of mine about 2 years ago. At the time I was big into modest mouse and "pickin on modest mouse" blew me away. I liked bluegrass a little at the time but after I heard you guys it opened my eyes. Anyway, I'm not quite a musician but I can play. I've played guitar for 13 years. I also play drums and any percussion, I've got a little cajon I'm rockin right now and love I love it. BUT I just bought a banjo and I've been learning some easier tunes. Tried learning fire on the mountain, got the first lick down but that's it. I'm not using finger picks. I've grown custom to growing my nails playing flamenco. Is this hurting my finger picking speed somehow on the banjo? Or is it just playing those riffs over and over till you're up to speed? maybe a metronome? One last thing, if you could tell me what tuning "differnt city" is in or if it's just capo on 3. (banjo of course) That would be real cool. If you want you can just send me the music sheets for fire on the mountain and different city..... HA ha...ha... Thanks guys, keep kickin blusegrass ass! I think you might like it here in Cumberland BC, Canada!
from Georgia says:
It was great to see you in Rogersville! I'd only been introduced to your music about a month before, but I was looking at concert dates 30 minutes after first hearing your music. The show was definitely worth the drive from GA. My only regret is that the friend that introduced me to your music wasn't able to make it to the show, but thank you for the autographed album. It's going to be the best Christmas surprise present he could ever hope for. You're his favorite band.
from South Carolina says:
Y'all have a great sound. I enjoy many different types of music. One being bluegrass and another being rock. The way you've blended them is awesome.
Kevin Cheatwood
from Ohio says:
So waiting for fade to bluegrass volume three would really like to hear a unforgiven II and III cover
Anderson Ramos
from Cascavel- ParanĂ¡- Br says:
I feel, lonely and forgotten! as if he was betrayed! good! need to take a whiskey and listen to bluegrass!!!!!
Stephanie Mellott
from SC, USA says:
Just wanted to stop in and say Hey Ya'll and to tell ya that I really dig your music keep on pickin'. I haven't seen you live yet but I'm hopin to catch u at the Aiken Bluegrass fest next year.cya