just a fan
As an ExPat Canadian in the UK we loved when Tanglefoot came to town and have a good selection of your music from the gigs.
But now our son is listening to Dollar Bill with avid, bouncing knees and asking if he can play the violin part (he's been studying the instrument in school for a year and is 7).
To which I just scratch my head. I can sing it, but I can't tell him how to get the same note out of the violin!
So! My question, finally, is how do I get my hands on sheet music for your songs?
Thanks for reading this
ron here steve....i trained paul, unless he makes a mistake....and then i did not train him...see your a soceer fan...just a note
my childhood sweetheart, mona who i dated in the 60's, her father was a man named hugh coyle....in the 40's-50's he played in the premier league in england and was known..as the fabulous coyle...he had medals from rulers in europe that he won.....still the strongest man i ever met....dont know if this interest you or not......and no i am not a soceer fan....i just desired mona....lol
I sit in section H about half way down and usually wear a fedora.
I asked you about a song awhile back and we both scratched our heads. LOL !
The name of the song is Switching to Glide by the Kings, 1980 or so.
HMV can't order the album anylonger and Amazon is just giving me a headache. Do you know of smaller dealer that could get me this album?
I also make a great roast beef and gravy. How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?
Great show on CFOS. Listening to CFOS, esp. your show and any 50's to 70's, while living in Comox Valley, BC kept me connected to this area. We're in the process of moving back to Oxenden area. Keep up the great work and music.
For the lady wondering where she could find the song Vimy by Tanglefoot it's on you tube. search Vimy at Tanglefoot if she can't find it elsewhere.
Front row in Gravenhurst Community Centre after a rain out at Music on the Barge. The absolute best concert my family ever saw. Thank you very much. The only time I ever bought a DVD at a concert - still watch today. Just got tickets for your show in Pointe au Baril in July. Can't wait to hear your new songs and a few old.
Aaron and family.
Hi Steve -- I miss Tangelfoot -- not sure if you remember me or not, but your great song Old Broken Soldier spoke to me in the days and years after my body was broken in a car accident -- you played it for my wife and I at Port Perry one year -- my wife passed away last year of brain cancer and might have been your biggest fan -- you should know that the only music in our house while Sherri was alive was Sinatra, Springsteen, and Tanglefoot.
Looking forward to your UK Untangled Tour later this year. Have only been able to find one date of 29 May at Red Lion Birmingham. Do you have any other dates and venues for gigs yet?
We last saw yoy in the final Tanglefoot tour at the Limelight in Aylesbury. Any chance that you might have a date there?