|Message||I,ve been watching you on jamplay and your awesome.I,m trying to get my to buy a years worth of lessons,Im disabled.Nobody teaches like you do.I love your playing.Hope to meet you down the road ,Clifford|
|Message||Jim, you are a monster of a finger picker (that is a good thing). Hope to meet you in person some day.|
How are you my friend?! Just listening to you & Benj jam together...WHAT A BLAST! Brought back memories of our fantastic road trip this past summer. It was awsome sitting out on your deck, enjoying dinner, then listening to you and Benj pick. You, Linda & the kids are so kind, hospitable, and a bunch of fun.
Looking forward to the two of you jammin' again in the future. Suppose you can make it to CAAS next year, hmmmm??
God bless my friend!
Toni & family
|Message||Jim...Julie and I have been enjoting your clips and are looking foward to the release of your CD. I have always loved the Akins style of finger pickin.|
Do you have any plans for a gospel or modified hymns version?
Tell the family hi, and maybe we can connect next time we are in Denver
Dan & Julie
I really like your site and have enjoyed listening to some of your music this evening.
I saw your site listed on the Doyle Dykes Forum. It's always good to hear other forum members play.
Take care and God Bless. I'll stop in from time to time to listen and hope to see you on the forum.
|Message||I'm sitting hear Christmas morning listening to your rendition of the Wabash Cannonball getting hyped for the Kansas State bowl came in a couple of days. As I told you previously, the Wabash Cannonball has become the "honorary" fight song of the Kansas State Wildcats. According to websites, the bandroom caught fire the day before a Wildcat football game in the late 1960s. The music available was the Wabash Cannonball which the band director happen to have in his satchel. So, that Saturday afternoon a new tradition was born at K-State - the Wabash Cannonball. Google "Kansas State" & "Wabash Cannonball" to find a download of the marching band version of the Wabash Cannonball!|
Merry Christmas, Deemings!
I have enjoyed browsing your site. Love to hear you play. Keep up the good work.
Sounds great.......as usual......thanks for not using the guitar with the extra soundhole!
You still great pickin' and working!
I always enjoy your tunes and keep on PICKIN'!
|Message||HI Jim ,|
We sure enjoyed listening to you at Johns Soup Kitchen; What a wonderful treat; If I had known I would have requested the U2 / Coldplay medleys. It was so great to hear you play Man with a Green thumb ; It was just like being at Tommy's concert.
Would love to learn that song someday!!!