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Vickie McClanahan 
06/09

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6/9/18 - Was looking forward to hearing you for 1st time tonight; my partner didn't feel well so we cancelled date night😞 When might my next opportunity be? Didn't see anything scheduled.


Liz 
05/04

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Friends and I saw you perform sometime 1997 at Anderson Fair in Houston.  I bought your CD "You Don't Know Me" and loved it.  My kids, who were about 14 and 15  at the time requested I play it over and over again whenever we would get in the car.  They loved it too.  So glad to find your website and look forward to hearing your newer work.


Liz 
05/04

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Friends and I saw you perform sometime 1997 at Anderson Fair in Houston.  I bought your CD "You Don't Know Me" and loved it.  My kids, who were about 14 and 15  at the time requested I play it over and over again whenever we would get in the car.  They loved it too.  So glad to find your website and look forward to hearing your newer work.


Kane Hollins 
11/30/17

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I saw you years ago on Mountain Stage in West Virginia. You sang a song about a little indian boy who wouldn't tie his shoes. I would like to cover that with my band. What's the chance I could get a hold of that tune?


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Rick Juarez 
04/10/14

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So great to search and find your webpage!

I stumbled upon my YOU DON'T KNOW ME CD yesterday.  So much here I can identify with.

I recall so many late nights at Anderson Fair and I cherish the memories of your great vocals and music.

I am still a great fan and hope to see you soon!


Frank Foley 
03/12/14

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Hi Denice,
I just put 'Hudson Franke' into google and guess what? It's not the first time I searched for Hudson franke and certainly not the first 'search engine' I used. i saw you perform as support to Nanci Griffith in Mullingar, Ireland ( in a school hall) and subsequently went in search of an album (pre-cd I think-not sure) I went to Dublin's finest independent record shop 'Claddagh Records' and asked for an album. The owner,Kathy Harsch, had heard of the duo and tried to get it for me but it never arrived. I particularly remember you doing a version of'The town I love so well'-by Phil Coulter with lovely harmonies and guitar playing-slightly more uptempo than any other version I'd ever heard. It's great to see you're still singing and playing. I work as a physiotherapist but play guitar, sing, (mostly in the kitchen!) have written some songs and intend to write more sometime....I'll catch you on youtube. Regards, Frank 


Christa Agostino 
05/08/13

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Hi, Denice. This is a reach...thought I could send an email more directly, so hope you get this. You came here to Prescott, AZ to play a few years back. Crazy small audience (great loss to those who missed you), but Tom and I absolutely loved you and your work. Just wanted to let you know that you are one of my favorite artists to listen to as I work at my graphic design here in my office (got "Weather Is Fine" playing right now). Your writing and performance are truly inspiring. Hope you're doing well. Sending you best wishes with each song I'm blessed to hear. 

Thank you,

Christa


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Patrick Hurley 
09/30/12

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Hi Denice,

Was playing the Beacon City Band 1981 LP today. What a brilliant, brilliant album. Cannot believe it's 31 years ago - it sounds as fresh as ever!
Patrick (Dublin, Ireland)
PS Eric Taylor here with me next week!


Ray 
07/11/12

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What a wonderful singer and musician I have just discovered.

Ray from Ireland


Nancy Robbins 
05/17/12

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Mother's day was on Sunday, and it brought back some memories for me. Some of the best days with my mother included sitting at Cafe Express and chatting with you. That was so very long ago. There are some people you never forget, and Denice, you are one of them. I still listen to your music and I have been to see you a handful of times. But what I really wanted to say was thank you for being there for my mom and encouraging her on her recovery. I have never looked at a pinwheel the same way since.

-Marti's daughter.
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