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I really like that song ‘Trouble In San Antone’. Writing, Playing, and Singing
Glad you like the song.
Good picture, Kent!
Some really good playing here
Kent, sorry about you leaving George, but sometimes the lawyers f*$#@ up things more than the artist. Just keep playin’
from sunny Las Vegas
Kent,you’re a great musician.Too bad about the GJ thing.I love your piano playing and your musical skill.
John Sluszny from Brussels Belgium.
kent you are a awsome musician,god has a better plan for you,stay strong and move foward…God bless
I’m sorry for the stress your GJ experienced has caused. As someone once comforted me…when God closes a door, he opens a window! You’re on your way to a new adventure!
Hope all is well, Brother! If you need anything from Texas, give me a shout.
Everything, but everything happens for a reason.
When one door closes TWO more will open for you and Tom!
Great web sight .
Thanks for the heads up, it’s going to happen.
Look forward to hearing more of your music this year.
Thanks for all the past business.
I’ll check back soon
Mr Kent! Your faith, talent and love for music will always pull you through! A great man and a great friend I found in you. Folks at the Bitter End are still a-talkin about that Nashville Piano Player, and that New Yawk harmonica guy!! God bless you brother.
Besides enjoying his work as a Jones Boy all these years, I consider Kent’s co-compositions “If The Red Leaves The Roses” and “Home Is Where The Hurt Is” to be the finest tunes on Ron Gaddis’ “Chip Off The Old Block” album. More than that, I consider “…Roses” to be one of the greatest country songs ever. Good luck with all things, Kent! Also, If anyone reading this message can put me in touch with Gaddis (or him in touch with me), I’d like to purchase any additional music he has for sale (I know of at least one CD single), as well as catch a live show sometime. His website is inactive and I have not been able to find a schedule of his live appearances. Thanks!
Great website, Kent. Anxious to see your studio when it’s completed!
liked both demo had a great time looking over youre site ray
I wish you a merry christmas. Say hello to anyone who ask.God bless you lets get some songs cut. I NEED NEW HARPS
Loved the Backyard song!
love this page Kent. Need to get together with you and Angie to set one up for us at Ninja. AWESOME !!!!!!!!
“Among the Clouds” resonated strongly to me, beautiful in the depth of the lyrics as well as the vocalist. Everything fell together in perfect harmony. It is a soul soothing song and I enjoyed visiting your website Kent.
Thanks Laurie. I’m pleased that it meant that much to you.
After hearing George Jones died I was wondering what became of you. I see you left the band years ago. I’ll never forget when you came to the town I now live near (Santa Rosa, Ca.) and I got to see the band jam. Personally, I thought that was better then the concert. Everyone was switching instruments and having fun. Do you ever miss Ellis? I remember you guys use to do an awesome BB King medoly. Was it you who played the juice harp? I never hear much of them in bands anymore. Really glad you’re still making music.
loved your song i can see beter with the son in my eyes.also ron gaddis tribute to george jones.the son has you in his eyes, god bless
It is Amy & Brian Hoffman from Indiana we miss you !!!! We have been preoccupied by having a baby! But we are wanting to come to Nashville this September to see you! We are listening to Ron Gaddis cd which you wrote a song for, which If the red leaves the roses is the best song!!!! We are so sorry for your loss with GJ. Your song is beautiful that you produced for him!
Hope to see you in September!
Amy & Brian
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