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Lorna Lawrence Lorna Lawrence from Phoenix, AZ wrote on November 17, 2018 at 2:04 am:
My condolences to the family of Mr. Hart. I would watch him on Pop Goes The Country. Easy Lovin will always be his big hit. R.I.P Freddie.
My condolences to the family of Mr. Hart. I would watch him on Pop Goes The Country. Easy Lovin will always be his big hit. R.I.P Freddie.
Susan McCaskill Susan McCaskill from Fort Worth, TX wrote on November 17, 2018 at 12:52 am:
I was so sad to learn of Freddie's death. The first time I heard Easy Lovin I fell in love with that song and Freddie's voice. I wanted to spend my life dancing in the arms of some strong country boy. My condolences to Freddie's family. Thank you for sharing the gift of his music with the world.
I was so sad to learn of Freddie's death. The first time I heard Easy Lovin I fell in love with that song and Freddie's voice. I wanted to spend my life dancing in the arms of some strong country boy. My condolences to Freddie's family. Thank you for sharing the gift of his music with the world.
JEFFERY KIRBY JEFFERY KIRBY from WETUMPKA ALABAMA wrote on November 6, 2018 at 4:41 pm:
I wish to express my sincerest condolences to the family of Freddie Hart. I met Freddie and talked with him many times, and he was truly a gentle giant. May God bless you during your time of mourning.
I wish to express my sincerest condolences to the family of Freddie Hart. I met Freddie and talked with him many times, and he was truly a gentle giant. May God bless you during your time of mourning.
Christene Bennett Christene Bennett from Forest Park wrote on November 6, 2018 at 8:20 am:
He had the right song with Easy loving. I was 17 in Atlanta GA. at the south Dekalb mall when he was there. I heard him say once he would like to relive that show because of the many encores he had that day--I'd love to relive it too because I got a kiss from him that day. Oh he's going to be missed I wish I could be at the service today my condolences to his family and friends. Love you Freddie always.
He had the right song with Easy loving. I was 17 in Atlanta GA. at the south Dekalb mall when he was there. I heard him say once he would like to relive that show because of the many encores he had that day--I'd love to relive it too because I got a kiss from him that day. Oh he's going to be missed I wish I could be at the service today my condolences to his family and friends. Love you Freddie always.
Lora Callender(Wife of Ken Allen) Lora Callender(Wife of Ken Allen) from Saginaw,Mich wrote on November 4, 2018 at 11:02 pm:
My heart goes out to Freddie’s family,he worked many of my husband’s shows and partner Vic Lewis. He was a darling man and loved by us all. I will always remember the good times we had with him. A very loving man.
My heart goes out to Freddie’s family,he worked many of my husband’s shows and partner Vic Lewis. He was a darling man and loved by us all. I will always remember the good times we had with him. A very loving man.
Gary Hoetker Gary Hoetker from Bakersfield wrote on November 4, 2018 at 1:49 pm:
What a superb talent and gentleman !! I saw him several times in concerts in the 1960's when he opened for Buck Owens and Faron Young. He was the very equal to them if not more and could hold an audience in his hand. He finished with the words "Bless Your Heart". RIP !!
What a superb talent and gentleman !! I saw him several times in concerts in the 1960's when he opened for Buck Owens and Faron Young. He was the very equal to them if not more and could hold an audience in his hand. He finished with the words "Bless Your Heart". RIP !!
WC Edgar WC Edgar wrote on November 2, 2018 at 9:57 pm:
Sadly another true country legend is gone... The 'epitome' of what country music should be We'll miss ya pal
Sadly another true country legend is gone... The 'epitome' of what country music should be We'll miss ya pal
Betty Gordon Betty Gordon from Ames wrote on November 1, 2018 at 8:02 pm:
My heartfelt sympathies to Freddie's family. I grew up with his songs loving them, but got to know him on Family Country's TV show. RIP Freddie. Thanks for the wonderful music through the decades of my youth and becoming a senior.
My heartfelt sympathies to Freddie's family. I grew up with his songs loving them, but got to know him on Family Country's TV show. RIP Freddie. Thanks for the wonderful music through the decades of my youth and becoming a senior.
Robert Boggs Robert Boggs from Topeka wrote on October 31, 2018 at 8:37 pm:
Saw Freddie at Klein’s Opry in Weston, Mo. He is the most friendly man I ever met; prior to that I was eating at a restaurant in Weston. He and his band were a table away eating and I waited for them to finish their meals and as he passed me, I said Mr Hart I have been waiting to see you in person all my life and he gave me a hug and was so happy. Then thirty minutes later he saw my wife and I at the opry house and looked so surprised to see us there, He is such a legend and will be missed by the whole world.
Saw Freddie at Klein’s Opry in Weston, Mo. He is the most friendly man I ever met; prior to that I was eating at a restaurant in Weston. He and his band were a table away eating and I waited for them to finish their meals and as he passed me, I said Mr Hart I have been waiting to see you in person all my life and he gave me a hug and was so happy. Then thirty minutes later he saw my wife and I at the opry house and looked so surprised to see us there, He is such a legend and will be missed by the whole world.
Dale R. McLeod Dale R. McLeod from Lincoln NB Canada wrote on October 31, 2018 at 4:55 pm:
My Condolences to Freddie's Wife, children and family...I have been a fan and have followed his career for over 45 years ...I was blessed to have met him three times what a beautiful person he was...my heart is broken 💔 a Freddie Hart fan forever...Bless your heart
My Condolences to Freddie's Wife, children and family...I have been a fan and have followed his career for over 45 years ...I was blessed to have met him three times what a beautiful person he was...my heart is broken 💔 a Freddie Hart fan forever...Bless your heart
terry burford terry burford from springhill louisiana wrote on October 31, 2018 at 12:59 pm:
i was able to do two 30 minute interviews on KZHE country radio in Magnolia, Arkansas recently---- i first met Freddie in Wichita, Kansas - i was with KDFI for 33 years and Freddie did one of our first anniversary shows in 1966
i was able to do two 30 minute interviews on KZHE country radio in Magnolia, Arkansas recently---- i first met Freddie in Wichita, Kansas - i was with KDFI for 33 years and Freddie did one of our first anniversary shows in 1966
Dewey Dewey from HARTWELL wrote on October 30, 2018 at 10:26 pm:
Freddie sang from the heart . Thoughts and prayers to all the family. RIP
Freddie sang from the heart . Thoughts and prayers to all the family. RIP
"Rooster" Simpson "Rooster" Simpson from Eureka,Missouri wrote on October 30, 2018 at 10:04 pm:
My condolences to the family. What a singer. He left his mark. I'm sure glad,Marty Stuart has Freddie as a guest on his RFD-TV Marty Stuart Show. Freddie,still had it. God bless him,for serving Our Country USA,in the Marine Corps,during WW2. The last of that breed. Thanks ! John 3:16
My condolences to the family. What a singer. He left his mark. I'm sure glad,Marty Stuart has Freddie as a guest on his RFD-TV Marty Stuart Show. Freddie,still had it. God bless him,for serving Our Country USA,in the Marine Corps,during WW2. The last of that breed. Thanks ! John 3:16
William C Shoop William C Shoop from Mt Dora,fl wrote on October 30, 2018 at 7:42 pm:
Freddie Hart was such as special person. Always was humble and loved and treated his fans great. Saw Freddie the summer of 1975 at fan fair in Nashville. The first was at a taping of Pop Goes the Country. Crystal Gayle was also on the show. Later Freddie performed at the Capitol Records show. Also saw him in Melbourne,Fl. It was a package show, This just after Ronnie MIlsap won Entertainer Of The Year CMA. Joe Stampley was also on the show. Talked with Freddie very briefly. His bus was towed to the venue. His music was so heartfelt. Freddie was a Christian man. Rest in peace!!
Freddie Hart was such as special person. Always was humble and loved and treated his fans great. Saw Freddie the summer of 1975 at fan fair in Nashville. The first was at a taping of Pop Goes the Country. Crystal Gayle was also on the show. Later Freddie performed at the Capitol Records show. Also saw him in Melbourne,Fl. It was a package show, This just after Ronnie MIlsap won Entertainer Of The Year CMA. Joe Stampley was also on the show. Talked with Freddie very briefly. His bus was towed to the venue. His music was so heartfelt. Freddie was a Christian man. Rest in peace!!
Dana Hopkins Dana Hopkins from Indian Trail, NC wrote on October 29, 2018 at 5:32 pm:
I was very thankful to Freddie over the last 10+ years. He and my dad were best friends and spent a lot of time together, including the yearly Superbowl Sundays. Freddie sang one of his new songs at my dad's memorial service which I will forever appreciate. RIP Freddie, tell my dad I love and miss him.
I was very thankful to Freddie over the last 10+ years. He and my dad were best friends and spent a lot of time together, including the yearly Superbowl Sundays. Freddie sang one of his new songs at my dad's memorial service which I will forever appreciate. RIP Freddie, tell my dad I love and miss him.
MAX FRAZIER MAX FRAZIER from Columbus wrote on October 29, 2018 at 1:40 pm:
I remember howling along to 'Easy Lovin'' as a six year old. How I loved that record, and do to this day. Thank you, Freddie Hart, for sharing your gift with me.
I remember howling along to 'Easy Lovin'' as a six year old. How I loved that record, and do to this day. Thank you, Freddie Hart, for sharing your gift with me.
Clayton Clayton from Jacksonville wrote on October 29, 2018 at 9:16 am:
So saddened to hear of Freddie's passing. Easy Loving was, and will always remain, a truly great country song. Semper Fi, Freddie.
So saddened to hear of Freddie's passing. Easy Loving was, and will always remain, a truly great country song. Semper Fi, Freddie.
John Charles John Charles from Franklin NC wrote on October 28, 2018 at 4:13 pm:
Have been a fan of Mr Freddie since 1974. I was 9 then and still today I play his songs on my playlists. so very sorry to hear he has gone. God bless his family friends and loved ones and his fans during this time. He was country gospel music royalty.
Have been a fan of Mr Freddie since 1974. I was 9 then and still today I play his songs on my playlists. so very sorry to hear he has gone. God bless his family friends and loved ones and his fans during this time. He was country gospel music royalty.
Greg Greg wrote on October 28, 2018 at 3:48 pm:
Sure sorry to hear of Freddie's passing.Another legend gone.Prayers are with his family and friends.
Sure sorry to hear of Freddie's passing.Another legend gone.Prayers are with his family and friends.
Brian Lane Brian Lane from Montgomery TX wrote on October 28, 2018 at 8:47 am:
Loss of a loved one is difficult. The prayers of my family go out to all.
Loss of a loved one is difficult. The prayers of my family go out to all.
JEFFERY KIRBY JEFFERY KIRBY from Wetumpka Alabama wrote on October 27, 2018 at 5:05 pm:
Just wanted to pass my condolences on the passing of a gentle giant. My prayers are with you and your family. God Bless.
Just wanted to pass my condolences on the passing of a gentle giant. My prayers are with you and your family. God Bless.
John Baney John Baney from Ashland, Ohio wrote on August 28, 2018 at 6:11 pm:
Hello Mr. Hart, I love your music. I made up two cds for My Wife and Is 50th wedding aniversary back in 2012 and realized that 3/4 of the songs were by you because they were so beautiful.Sorry I never got to personally meet you. I would have loved to talked to you.
Hello Mr. Hart, I love your music. I made up two cds for My Wife and Is 50th wedding aniversary back in 2012 and realized that 3/4 of the songs were by you because they were so beautiful.Sorry I never got to personally meet you. I would have loved to talked to you.
Tuffy Williams Tuffy Williams from Lee's Summit,Mo wrote on August 14, 2018 at 12:53 am:
Hey Freddie, don't know if you remember us or not. Back in the 1980's you sang at our theatre in Independence Mo. "The KC Opry" We went out to eat at Stephensons Apple Orchard Restaurant with 61 Country Radio. I have been wearing out your gospel album. Such a blessing to me. I love "Sermon on the Mt". I wake up many days hearing "Without Jesus" or " The only Man Made Things in Heaven" in my mind. Keep at it brother. Look forward to spending eternity in heaven with you someday. God bless you, Tuffy, and Karen Williams.
Hey Freddie, don't know if you remember us or not. Back in the 1980's you sang at our theatre in Independence Mo. "The KC Opry" We went out to eat at Stephensons Apple Orchard Restaurant with 61 Country Radio. I have been wearing out your gospel album. Such a blessing to me. I love "Sermon on the Mt". I wake up many days hearing "Without Jesus" or " The only Man Made Things in Heaven" in my mind. Keep at it brother. Look forward to spending eternity in heaven with you someday. God bless you, Tuffy, and Karen Williams.
John Dwight John Dwight from Palmdale wrote on June 17, 2018 at 9:04 pm:
I took my girlfriend to see you at Knott's Berry Farm in 1977. Your song said everything I wanted to say to her. We have been married for 36 years now. Thank you for your loving music!
I took my girlfriend to see you at Knott's Berry Farm in 1977. Your song said everything I wanted to say to her. We have been married for 36 years now. Thank you for your loving music!
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.
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