Should you choose to sign Freddie's Guestbook, please take care to NOT divulge your personal information such as addresses or phone numbers.ย  These pages are totally exposed to the public for viewing.

Sign Freddie's Guestbook

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fields marked with * are required.
Your E-mail address won't be published.
For security reasons we save the IP address 34.204.180.223.
Your entry will only be visible in the guestbook after we have reviewed it.
We reserve the right to edit, delete, or not publish entries.
62 entries.
Beckie Beckie from Spring City, Pennsylvania wrote on September 9, 2013 at 1:37 am
I just wanted to tell you what a happy woman my mom is. We had a surprise 75th birthday for her on July 20, 2013. She loves the good old country songs so I thought what if I really surprise her and try to get some autographs for her. I sent out a ton of emails and did get many pictures, etc.; however Freddie Hart's gift was the best! He called the party and sang Happy Birthday to her. Let me tell you for a woman in a small town far from Nashville, this was the highlight of her life! She is still talking about it today. God bless you Freddie for making my mom a very happy and proud woman! You are one special person.
I just wanted to tell you what a happy woman my mom is. We had a surprise 75th birthday for her on July 20, 2013. She loves the good old country songs so I thought what if I really surprise her and try to get some autographs for her. I sent out a ton of emails and did get many pictures, etc.; however Freddie Hart's gift was the best! He called the party and sang Happy Birthday to her. Let me tell you for a woman in a small town far from Nashville, this was the highlight of her life! She is still talking about it today. God bless you Freddie for making my mom a very happy and proud woman! You are one special person.
Sue Conant Sue Conant from Box Elder, South Dakota wrote on July 21, 2013 at 11:05 pm
Love your music! I no longer have the old record albums but wish I could find "The Warm Side of You" on MP3 or CD. I live in a motorhome and no longer have my old records or a player.
Love your music! I no longer have the old record albums but wish I could find "The Warm Side of You" on MP3 or CD. I live in a motorhome and no longer have my old records or a player.
Fred Smotherman Fred Smotherman from Somewhere, Tennessee wrote on July 15, 2013 at 7:08 pm
[I] Just found your website today. Had Easy Lovin' playing in my head and was wondering what you were doing these days so I did a search. Glad to hear that you're still singing and doing ok; I sing Easy Lovin' on karaoke all the time and sometimes just sitting around the house or in my truck, it pops into my head and I have to sing it ! Can't sing it like you though.
[I] Just found your website today. Had Easy Lovin' playing in my head and was wondering what you were doing these days so I did a search.

Glad to hear that you're still singing and doing ok; I sing Easy Lovin' on karaoke all the time and sometimes just sitting around the house or in my truck, it pops into my head and I have to sing it ! Can't sing it like you though.
Tina Woods Tina Woods from United States wrote on July 15, 2013 at 12:33 am
We saw a pretty good [show] awhile back; maybe 1993 or so. You were in West Palm Beach, Fla. doing a concert at the fair with Jim Ed Brown, Ferlin Husky, Connie Smith and Porter Wagoner just to say a few. Yโ€™all were great; your music is one of a kind. I remember calling my husband and telling him yโ€™all were there; he came up to the hotel and you came out to shake his hand. He had just got done working on the car and still had grease on his hands and you said: โ€œthatโ€™s nonsenseโ€ and shook his hand anyway. You said โ€œitโ€™s people like you that made me the way I am. You were so awesome! Love you, miss you!
We saw a pretty good [show] awhile back; maybe 1993 or so. You were in West Palm Beach, Fla. doing a concert at the fair with Jim Ed Brown, Ferlin Husky, Connie Smith and Porter Wagoner just to say a few. Yโ€™all were great; your music is one of a kind. I remember calling my husband and telling him yโ€™all were there; he came up to the hotel and you came out to shake his hand. He had just got done working on the car and still had grease on his hands and you said: โ€œthatโ€™s nonsenseโ€ and shook his hand anyway. You said โ€œitโ€™s people like you that made me the way I am.

You were so awesome! Love you, miss you!
Steve Vanscoy Steve Vanscoy from San Diego, California wrote on June 9, 2013 at 9:10 pm
Just a hello and thank you for all of your great service to God and country... Oh, btw the singing and song writing aren't bad either. Easy Loving started going through my mind the past few days at age 64. When it was released I was a mere lad of 22 but enjoyed hearing it on radio and jukeboxes over the years later. Peace to you and yours.
Just a hello and thank you for all of your great service to God and country...

Oh, btw the singing and song writing aren't bad either.

Easy Loving started going through my mind the past few days at age 64. When it was released I was a mere lad of 22 but enjoyed hearing it on radio and jukeboxes over the years later.

Peace to you and yours.
Jim Evans Jim Evans from Chesapeake, Virginia wrote on May 12, 2013 at 5:12 am
You were my moms favorite artist of all time. I remember taking her to see you in Virginia Beach, Virginia at a place called the Ice House. That was a great day for her and the pain she suffered everyday seemed to go away at least for the entire show; she was happy. I lost mom 15 years ago this Christmas . One of my fondest memories is of her at your show. Thank you for that memory. My prayers stay with you and your family.
You were my moms favorite artist of all time. I remember taking her to see you in Virginia Beach, Virginia at a place called the Ice House. That was a great day for her and the pain she suffered everyday seemed to go away at least for the entire show; she was happy.

I lost mom 15 years ago this Christmas . One of my fondest memories is of her at your show. Thank you for that memory. My prayers stay with you and your family.
Ethel Korman Ethel Korman wrote on May 8, 2013 at 6:00 am
I became a fan of yours in 1972 after I graduated from HS. Easy Lovin' had just come out & was played in all the honky-tonks I frequented at that time of my life. I had the classic country station on the other day & heard it again & decided to Google you to see if you were still around & found this site. Just want to tell you I loved the song & have never heard anyone else sing it as well as you. I see from your site that your wife has been ill but is doing better. I'm glade to hear that. God bless you both!
I became a fan of yours in 1972 after I graduated from HS. Easy Lovin' had just come out & was played in all the honky-tonks I frequented at that time of my life.

I had the classic country station on the other day & heard it again & decided to Google you to see if you were still around & found this site. Just want to tell you I loved the song & have never heard anyone else sing it as well as you.

I see from your site that your wife has been ill but is doing better. I'm glade to hear that. God bless you both!
Del Williams Del Williams from Pacific Palisades, California wrote on April 30, 2013 at 12:13 am
My father- Keith 'Dude' Williams-was the owner of Freddie Hart's Record Shop in Salt Lake City, Utah. Do you remember that place? I was only a 2nd grader at the time, but I remember meeting you at the store. It is a great memory. My father passed away in 2007, but I got a chance to ask him about why he wanted to name the store after you, and he said " I thought he was a good man, and I really respected his talent and character." I thought you would appreciate that. Thanks for you music. My family & I are still big fans.
My father- Keith 'Dude' Williams-was the owner of Freddie Hart's Record Shop in Salt Lake City, Utah. Do you remember that place? I was only a 2nd grader at the time, but I remember meeting you at the store. It is a great memory.

My father passed away in 2007, but I got a chance to ask him about why he wanted to name the store after you, and he said " I thought he was a good man, and I really respected his talent and character." I thought you would appreciate that.

Thanks for you music. My family & I are still big fans.
Deb O'Neil Deb O'Neil from Redding, California wrote on April 26, 2013 at 8:10 pm
Best wishes Freddie and I am praying for Ginger. I met you once when I was about 12 and my grandma was jealous that I got to meet you and get your autograph because she was a big fan of yours. ๐Ÿ™‚ I always thought you were a sweet man. What a shame to lose George Jones...I hope that you are well and will be with us for a long time to come!
Best wishes Freddie and I am praying for Ginger. I met you once when I was about 12 and my grandma was jealous that I got to meet you and get your autograph because she was a big fan of yours. ๐Ÿ™‚ I always thought you were a sweet man.

What a shame to lose George Jones...I hope that you are well and will be with us for a long time to come!
Connie Beck Connie Beck from Scottdale, Pennsylvania wrote on April 25, 2013 at 9:36 pm
I am a big fan for what seems like forever, just love you to pieces!! I saw you at Ponderosa Park, Ohio in the 70's; still remember your beautiful face like yesterday. I would love to read your biography, how would I go about purchasing a copy? I am sorry to hear of your wife's illness, I hope all turns out well for you & your family. Much love & prayers, and may God bless.
I am a big fan for what seems like forever, just love you to pieces!! I saw you at Ponderosa Park, Ohio in the 70's; still remember your beautiful face like yesterday. I would love to read your biography, how would I go about purchasing a copy?

I am sorry to hear of your wife's illness, I hope all turns out well for you & your family. Much love & prayers, and may God bless.