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Lucy Lucy wrote on June 16, 2018 at 6:20 pm
Hi Freddy, I somehow stumbled onto your web page and wow, flashbacks! I'm Lucy, Trina's daughter (K Bar-T). I think I was around 8 years old the last time I saw you at our home in Colorado. I hope you are doing well and are happy and healthy.
Hi Freddy, I somehow stumbled onto your web page and wow, flashbacks! I'm Lucy, Trina's daughter (K Bar-T). I think I was around 8 years old the last time I saw you at our home in Colorado. I hope you are doing well and are happy and healthy.
Carol J. Sutton Carol J. Sutton from Knox, PA wrote on August 22, 2015 at 1:10 pm
The last time that I wrote to you was 2003. I can't believe where the time has gone. I recently met a guitar player for Don Gibson named Tom Alexander. He said he never really got to meet you, but heard wonderful things about you! I confirmed all of that. You had been friends with my mother, Hazel Best Hunsberger who passed away in 2001. She loved you dearly. Unfortunately, I lost my sister to suicide in early June. I am having a difficult time with that because I suffer the same anxiety and depression that she did, and I have never been able to get any relief either. I'm so afraid of ending up like my sister! I have no one left. Both my sisters and parents are gone, and I have no spouse and no children. I've been praying to God, but my spirit is broken. I fear for what is going to happen to me in the future. Getting older is frightening! Your gospel album is so wonderful. When I met Tom Alexander, we sang together, and it sounded pretty good for our first time. I love singing and gospel music because it really lights a fire under me! I would love to be on stage singing gospel. It lifts me to the sky! Thanks so much for all you have contributed to your fans. We dearly love you and hope you are in good health!
The last time that I wrote to you was 2003. I can't believe where the time has gone.

I recently met a guitar player for Don Gibson named Tom Alexander. He said he never really got to meet you, but heard wonderful things about you! I confirmed all of that.

You had been friends with my mother, Hazel Best Hunsberger who passed away in 2001. She loved you dearly.

Unfortunately, I lost my sister to suicide in early June. I am having a difficult time with that because I suffer the same anxiety and depression that she did, and I have never been able to get any relief either. I'm so afraid of ending up like my sister!

I have no one left. Both my sisters and parents are gone, and I have no spouse and no children.

I've been praying to God, but my spirit is broken. I fear for what is going to happen to me in the future. Getting older is frightening!

Your gospel album is so wonderful. When I met Tom Alexander, we sang together, and it sounded pretty good for our first time.

I love singing and gospel music because it really lights a fire under me! I would love to be on stage singing gospel. It lifts me to the sky!

Thanks so much for all you have contributed to your fans. We dearly love you and hope you are in good health!
Pastor Rusty Gilliam Pastor Rusty Gilliam from Texarkana, Texas wrote on January 26, 2014 at 1:01 pm
I have always loved your music, I just released a song on Canyon Creek records that I wrote that might be your style, it is called angel wings. I am a pastor of a small church now , but was in the secular country music field for 30 years; [I] never made it like you but God delivered me from a life of drugs and drinking. [I] had a dream God came one night and I was left just saw Jesus looking at me and crying, woke up wrote this song , any way you can hear it on YouTube--Rusty Gilliam/Angel Wings. Be Blessed.....
I have always loved your music, I just released a song on Canyon Creek records that I wrote that might be your style, it is called angel wings.

I am a pastor of a small church now , but was in the secular country music field for 30 years; [I] never made it like you but God delivered me from a life of drugs and drinking. [I] had a dream God came one night and I was left just saw Jesus looking at me and crying, woke up wrote this song , any way you can hear it on YouTube--Rusty Gilliam/Angel Wings.

Be Blessed.....
"Porky" Wilcox "Porky" Wilcox wrote on January 13, 2014 at 3:28 am
I just wanted to drop a line to say "Hello" and that my wife and I were sitting here thinking back to "The good ole days." Your beautiful song "Easy Lovin" came up and I just had to play it on You Tube--wham, the goose bumps came out all over our arms!! That ain't no lie! I am so glad you are still bringing joy into peoples lives with your beautiful voice and God-given talent. I just bought one of your latest CD's and can't wait to get it. May God Bless You and Yours. From down here in "the land of the sun" (Florida)...
I just wanted to drop a line to say "Hello" and that my wife and I were sitting here thinking back to "The good ole days." Your beautiful song "Easy Lovin" came up and I just had to play it on You Tube--wham, the goose bumps came out all over our arms!! That ain't no lie!

I am so glad you are still bringing joy into peoples lives with your beautiful voice and God-given talent. I just bought one of your latest CD's and can't wait to get it.

May God Bless You and Yours. From down here in "the land of the sun" (Florida)...
Roy Young Roy Young from United States wrote on January 6, 2014 at 12:59 am
I hope everything is going ok for you. My name is Roy Young and I play guitar, I was playing with Johnny Ligget at Bill Testers 1440 club in Santa Clara,Ca where you made appearance at in 1962. Thank you Freddie for all the beautiful songs you recorded.
I hope everything is going ok for you. My name is Roy Young and I play guitar, I was playing with Johnny Ligget at Bill Testers 1440 club in Santa Clara,Ca where you made appearance at in 1962. Thank you Freddie for all the beautiful songs you recorded.
Troy Nicholson Troy Nicholson from Ft. Worth, Texas wrote on December 16, 2013 at 12:30 am
I know you will remember my dad Cousin Bob Nicholson and my Mom Charlotte. Haven't seen you since Panther Hall in the 70's. I think Dad wrote your first hit "Drink Up and Go Home."
I know you will remember my dad Cousin Bob Nicholson and my Mom Charlotte. Haven't seen you since Panther Hall in the 70's. I think Dad wrote your first hit "Drink Up and Go Home."
Tom Salmon Tom Salmon from Newark, New Jersey wrote on November 7, 2013 at 2:53 am
Rode with Freddie (on plane) from Los Angeles when i was an inner-city schoolteacher. Also, a screenwriter and Freddie told me to put the love into it; the heart... I am now an executive in Washington, DC and still dream of making something with heart and a movie with Freddie in the soundtrack.
Rode with Freddie (on plane) from Los Angeles when i was an inner-city schoolteacher. Also, a screenwriter and Freddie told me to put the love into it; the heart... I am now an executive in Washington, DC and still dream of making something with heart and a movie with Freddie in the soundtrack.
Tracy Pitcox Tracy Pitcox from Brady, Texas wrote on November 1, 2013 at 11:26 pm
One of the greatest entertainers in the industry. Most importantly, one of the nicest guys that I have had the pleasure to work with. A true gentleman in every instance and a great asset to the Country Music business.
One of the greatest entertainers in the industry. Most importantly, one of the nicest guys that I have had the pleasure to work with. A true gentleman in every instance and a great asset to the Country Music business.
Charles Goode Charles Goode from United States wrote on October 25, 2013 at 1:02 pm
Do you remember a young guy in Dallas TX who was just getting started in radio and you did some promo's for in 1972. You did an interview with and my recorder would not work?
Do you remember a young guy in Dallas TX who was just getting started in radio and you did some promo's for in 1972. You did an interview with and my recorder would not work?
Frank Bowling Frank Bowling from Paris, France wrote on September 24, 2013 at 3:03 pm
Touching base from years ago, 1955, at the Rubadoux Ballroom and Compton town hall party. I had a few beers with you at intermission while you were playing there. We talked about a song you were writing called "City of Cement and Stone". I've enjoyed seeing you on Country Family Reunion. I hope you are still able to stay active with your karate and are in good health. Take care.
Touching base from years ago, 1955, at the Rubadoux Ballroom and Compton town hall party. I had a few beers with you at intermission while you were playing there. We talked about a song you were writing called "City of Cement and Stone". I've enjoyed seeing you on Country Family Reunion. I hope you are still able to stay active with your karate and are in good health.

Take care.