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Bradley Rudi Bradley Rudi from Ladysmth, Wisconsin wrote on December 20, 2019 at 1:24 am
Ever since I heard his signature hit , I was hooked on Freddy. Dearly missed by many fans such as I. May he walk with his creator. God bless him forever .
Ever since I heard his signature hit , I was hooked on Freddy. Dearly missed by many fans such as I. May he walk with his creator. God bless him forever .
B. K. Lane B. K. Lane from Conroe Texas wrote on August 3, 2019 at 4:08 pm
Wow, that beautiful sound of Freddie Hart songs. He will be forever missed.
Wow, that beautiful sound of Freddie Hart songs.
He will be forever missed.
Allyson Lee Allyson Lee from Jacksonville wrote on July 4, 2019 at 7:59 pm
I have just learned of this talented man while doing genealogy on my family. He is a 4th cousin through his Segrest family. My condolences to the family of Freddie Hart
I have just learned of this talented man while doing genealogy on my family. He is a 4th cousin through his Segrest family. My condolences to the family of Freddie Hart
Laurie Hood Laurie Hood wrote on March 24, 2019 at 9:15 pm
The song Easy Loving touched my heart in so many ways. He made me love my husband John of 61 years even more! I send my condolences to his family and friends. Love Laurie
The song Easy Loving touched my heart in so many ways. He made me love my husband John of 61 years even more! I send my condolences to his family and friends. Love Laurie
Wolfgang Hawel Wolfgang Hawel from Kaufbeuren wrote on March 21, 2019 at 7:12 pm
Very very fine, your songs. I "need" theirs often! Your songs are "emotional door opener". So what what we need! Thank you for that so much!!
Very very fine, your songs. I "need" theirs often! Your songs are "emotional door opener". So what what we need! Thank you for that so much!!
Nancy Marxen Nancy Marxen from Livingston wrote on December 4, 2018 at 11:49 am
When I first heard Easy Loving, in 1971, I was a young mother of two, in a hostile marriage. Freddie gave me hope then, that there were good men out there. I would dream that there was someone out there, that would love me, like Freddie. I did divorce, and found my sweet loving man. I happen to run across Easy Loving, recently, and loved it again, playing it for my new husband, of 43 years. We will all miss Freddie, and continue loving his music.
When I first heard Easy Loving, in 1971, I was a young mother of two, in a hostile marriage. Freddie gave me hope then, that there were good men out there. I would dream that there was someone out there, that would love me, like Freddie. I did divorce, and found my sweet loving man.

I happen to run across Easy Loving, recently, and loved it again, playing it for my new husband, of 43 years.

We will all miss Freddie, and continue loving his music.
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 Freddieโ€™s family,he worked many of my husbandโ€™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 Freddieโ€™s family,he worked many of my husbandโ€™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 Kleinโ€™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 Kleinโ€™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 ๐Ÿ’” 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 ๐Ÿ’” 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.
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.
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.
Linda D Learned Linda D Learned from Millington, Tennessee wrote on April 23, 2013 at 8:33 pm
I knew of you; however, I have just recently read your biography and am listening to everything I can get my hands on. You are truly a hero and a lover of life. You have inspired me and comforted me and I just wanted to thank you for sharing your talents with us. May God Bless you and yours.
I knew of you; however, I have just recently read your biography and am listening to everything I can get my hands on. You are truly a hero and a lover of life. You have inspired me and comforted me and I just wanted to thank you for sharing your talents with us. May God Bless you and yours.
Dwayne Severs Dwayne Severs from Alamogordo, New Mexico wrote on April 18, 2013 at 6:22 am
Easy Loving is the best song ever recorded in history! [I] didn't know about your wife's health problems until I visited your site; prayers are going out to your angel. Thank you for recording Easy Loving, it's my favorite song of all time.
Easy Loving is the best song ever recorded in history! [I] didn't know about your wife's health problems until I visited your site; prayers are going out to your angel.

Thank you for recording Easy Loving, it's my favorite song of all time.
D. Rosalie Mcleod D. Rosalie Mcleod from Canada wrote on April 15, 2013 at 7:14 pm
I just received Freddie's new CD "Heavenly Wonderful Heavenly Beautiful" to add to my collection. [It's] a must for all Freddie Hart fans. Thank-you Freddie for giving us another masterpiece; may God continue to bless you.
I just received Freddie's new CD "Heavenly Wonderful Heavenly Beautiful" to add to my collection. [It's] a must for all Freddie Hart fans.

Thank-you Freddie for giving us another masterpiece; may God continue to bless you.
David And Linda Raney David And Linda Raney wrote on April 13, 2013 at 12:46 am
We are praying for Ginger and your family. Gods mercy endures forever.
We are praying for Ginger and your family. Gods mercy endures forever.
Bob Coltrain Kennedy Bob Coltrain Kennedy from Dudley, North Carolina wrote on April 9, 2013 at 7:41 pm
You are one awesome talent, equally impressive as a songwriter and singer. You've been a hero of mine since I was a kid, and have inspired me as a songwriter, sir. I am so very sorry that your wife is having health issues. God Bless you both.
You are one awesome talent, equally impressive as a songwriter and singer. You've been a hero of mine since I was a kid, and have inspired me as a songwriter, sir.

I am so very sorry that your wife is having health issues. God Bless you both.
Janice French Janice French from Paradise, California wrote on April 8, 2013 at 3:31 am
I am SO SORRY to hear about Ginger; I will be praying for all of you.
I am SO SORRY to hear about Ginger; I will be praying for all of you.
Mark French Mark French from Ceres, California wrote on April 8, 2013 at 3:16 am
God is Good, and you and Ginger are in our prayers. We think of your family often, and I still have fond memories as a child when our families would get together for birthday parties or dinner or just playing music. We will keep you in our prayers.
God is Good, and you and Ginger are in our prayers. We think of your family often, and I still have fond memories as a child when our families would get together for birthday parties or dinner or just playing music.

We will keep you in our prayers.
Donna Liles Donna Liles from Hemphill, Texas wrote on April 2, 2013 at 2:08 pm
I pray Mrs. Hart gets well, and God does for her as he has done for us. My Husband has 2 treatments to go to be rid of Prostrate Cancer; and its only by the grace of God that it was found. We're just steadily praying to him led us to the right Dr.'s and hospital. we will add you to our prayer list. God Bless you for the music you have given us. Take care
I pray Mrs. Hart gets well, and God does for her as he has done for us. My Husband has 2 treatments to go to be rid of Prostrate Cancer; and its only by the grace of God that it was found.

We're just steadily praying to him led us to the right Dr.'s and hospital. we will add you to our prayer list. God Bless you for the music you have given us.

Take care
Reta Baxter Reta Baxter from Beverly Hills, Florida wrote on April 1, 2013 at 2:15 pm
Please know that Ginger is in my prayers. I have listened to your album, Easy Lovin'. over and over and it has given me much pleasure. I hope my prayers helps bring some of the pleasure back into Gingers' life.
Please know that Ginger is in my prayers. I have listened to your album, Easy Lovin'. over and over and it has given me much pleasure.

I hope my prayers helps bring some of the pleasure back into Gingers' life.
Brigitte Brigitte from Australia wrote on April 1, 2013 at 3:31 am
You have bought me so many minutes of pleasure, with your Music - THE BEST OF FREDDIE HART - especially songs 1, 2 & 8. The words within bring many tears...but, memorable tears -- I just wanted to say "Thank you" - from the bottom of my heart.
You have bought me so many minutes of pleasure, with your Music - THE BEST OF FREDDIE HART - especially songs 1, 2 & 8. The words within bring many tears...but, memorable tears -- I just wanted to say "Thank you" - from the bottom of my heart.
melentine melentine from Idaho wrote on March 30, 2013 at 10:24 am
I'm listening to you now; that's why I came to the site. I hope that she [Ginger] pulls through ok. [I'm] so sorry for anyone's pain. I know your music makes it easier for me to make it through.. Thank you for your music, [it's] heaven sent.
I'm listening to you now; that's why I came to the site.

I hope that she [Ginger] pulls through ok. [I'm] so sorry for anyone's pain. I know your music makes it easier for me to make it through..

Thank you for your music, [it's] heaven sent.
Wesley Moss Wesley Moss from Wagoner, Oklahoma wrote on August 11, 2011 at 1:19 pm
[I've] Listened to you since childhood; hope you're doing well love your music. Easy Lovin' is still one of my favorites.
[I've] Listened to you since childhood; hope you're doing well love your music. Easy Lovin' is still one of my favorites.