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(133) Linda
20 December 2014 17:03:19 +0000
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Always loved your voice. Glad to know you are still out there singing and making people happy. God Bless.



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(132) Lynn Nelson
14 December 2014 00:09:19 +0000
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Hi, Jack, looking for one of your early albums in which you sung God Only Knows and Send In The Clowns. Cannot remember all of the songs but it had to be late sixties or early seventies. Will see you in Mt. Dora in February (my birthday present to myself!). God Bless!



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(131) Paul Cooper
10 December 2014 21:13:50 +0000

Jack's "Christmas Day" from Promises, Promises should be on every easy listening FM station in America at this time of year. It's fabulous!



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(130) Ben Cooper Stevens
6 December 2014 21:13:43 +0000
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I remember Jack Jones from the TV shows when I was growing up in the 1960's and 1970's. I practically forgot how talented he was, because he was over-shadowed by other singers like Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Perry Como, Andy Williams and John Davidson. Suddenly, just today his name popped into my mind, and I Googled his name to find out if he was still singing. This wonderful page, and this video performance suddenly made me realize just how great Jack Jones really is. The arrangement and vocals on this practically blew me away. Unbelievable, mellow, sophisticated, heart wrenching, warm and beautiful are all words I can use to describe him. He is like a fine wine that matured into perfection. Wow! Glad you are still around and performing. You are a great performer.



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(129) Alan London
1 December 2014 17:31:27 +0000
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The Suncoast Casino in Las Vegas is a pretty fun place full of pleasant, friendly staff. It also features a cozy, intimate showroom with excellent acoustics. For wife Maureen and I both, the venue provided both a new scene and experience. It was super to meet up (Nove. 22nd) once again with Eleonora and Jack, and as expected, we were treated to yet another virtuoso performance by the "master of his craft". Only part-through his opening number, and Jack had already taken hold and grasped thereafter in his hand, an audience that buzzed with enthusiasm, as was evidenced by the constant cheering and the numerous standing ovations. Just prior to the concert,I chatted to several folks who'd never before seen Jack perform live......and afterward.......so many were keen for a repeat! Great songs all, but for Maureen in particular,"The Music Of The Night" never fails to be her hi-light.....how else could she possibly explain goose-bump chills developing midst the Las Vegas desert heat? And I agree with her - if ever a song was custom-fit for....! Those who have not been fortunate enough to attend one of Jack's concerts have truly missed out, for there exists a chasm of difference between a recording (no matter how good)and such brilliant live performances. I must say that I've been very privileged, primarily through the hospitality of Eleonora to meet and natter with professional musicians who've known and at times worked with Jack during his career. Full of compliments all. But the one that registered the most and has stuck with me ever since is: "Jack is the Consummate Singer and Musician" - and this from a gentleman who has known and worked with the best! That particular statement set my brain a-whirling, so much so that now I 'get it'! So many performers literally "Paint By Numbers"; both mechanical and formulaic, they become reluctant to stray too far from the path which led to their initial success. Jack by contrast, is an "Artiste" in the true sense of the word; he allows his creative imagination to run free and as a result quite clearly "feels" rather than "acts-out" his songs. He frequently tosses variations into his numbers, at times quite subtle, at others more noticeable. On the spur of the moment? Only he knows, but whichever version shows up - it's still "the real goods!" My advice to all: if Jack's schedule brings him into your area, make the most of it and "go-see"! You'll ne'er come away disappointed! Eleonora and Jack, we thank you once again for a truly wonderful and memorable evening - always lovely to see you both. Maureen and Alan London



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(128) Margaret Tinham
1 December 2014 15:33:56 +0000
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Hi Jack just heard on Facebook that you will be coming to the UK next April 2015 will you be at The Palladium .? As we know that is one of your favourite venues all the best to you and Eleonora xx



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(127) Drew Richardsen
17 November 2014 15:19:36 +0000
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How can I get A tICKET TO THE deC 5TH aTLANTIC city CONCERT??



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(126) Terry Roberts
2 November 2014 21:53:52 +0000
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Just heard couple of songs from Live in Liverpool 2013....Without A Song and Imagine/From A Distance. I've seen Jack perform in the UK for many years and without a doubt this performance is from a master song stylist. I must confess I was disappointed to hear that 2013 was his farewell UK tour. You've got to hit the road Jack and comeback! PLEASE! Sincerely Yours Terry



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(125) Jim woolley
21 October 2014 16:17:15 +0000
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have been a fan for many years. Been to many concerts over the years from Las Vegas to the UK. Think that Jack is the best Ballad Singer. Hope he returns to the Uk 2015.



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(124) Debbie Hall
12 October 2014 19:09:55 +0000
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My article about you If you love jazz and standards, catch Jack Jones http://www.axs.com/legendary-jack-jones-to-perform-at-the-suncoast-showroom-in-las-vegas-23108



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(123) Bruce from Richmond, Va
3 October 2014 11:34:00 +0000
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JJ song(s): What are you doing the rest of your life, all my t


Dear Jack,

I had the privilege of meeting you while I was performing on the S.S. Norway in a trio Sullivan, Ellis , and Boris. I know for a fact that you were the only performer that came on the ship that the orchestra actually got excited about. I believe Adrian Rosen and Danny Michelli(spelling?) were with you then. I always thought that you were a greatly under rated singer. Your phrasing, delivery, range, straight tone w/o all the vibrato that your contemporaries had set you apart as a great jazz stylist. I always got the impression that you must have been on the wrong side of the establishment of L.A. Music business, for you never seemed to have gotten the recognition you deserve. In any event, I am glad to see that you still are performing, and will try and see your act in Florida this coming winter. I still play in Virginia, and D.C. Mostly jazz and society gigs. I will continue to sing your praises to young singers and musicians I work with. I wish you continued success

Regards,

Bruce Sullivan/Richmond, bva



(122) Annabel Stickle from Durango, CO
1 October 2014 13:13:20 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): What are you Doing the Rest of Your Life

The other favorite performers: Sinatra Damone


Where can I purhase a DVD of "Jack Jones Concert Edmonton 1976>



(121) Tony ellingham from Chatham england
21 September 2014 10:12:23 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): Wives and lovers

The other favorite performers: Sinatra


Been a fan of jack for many years since he came to our town in the 70's

great singer I had a hit record in England under the name of dorian gray was pro for a little while but then went back to the day job

have sung in bands all my life but recently have formed a jazz and swing band called 5 in the bar and have sold out many venues recently and now have the chance at long last to do some of jack songs such as wives and lovers and what are you doing the rest of your life

jacj has been a great inspiration to me wit his singing and stage presence

dont ever retire



(120) JACK R. ENGLISH from WEST HOLLYWOOD
20 September 2014 22:57:14 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): YEARS OF MY YOUTH

The other favorite performers: FRANK SINATRA


I MET JACK JONES IN SAN FRANCISCO, IN THE FALL OF 1959,... WHEN WE WERE BOTH IN THE SERVICE, ....& ON THE "DICK STEWART" TV VARIETY SHOW..........& LATER WHEN JACK WAS WORKING AT "FAKS" NIGHTCLUB IN NORTH BEACH, & I WAS AT THE PURPLE ONION", JUST A FEW BLOCKS AWAY.... ON S.F....& IT WAS A GREAT TIME............& I AM ALWAYS A FAN OF JACK JONES...........& I STILL HAVE THE MICHELLE LEGRAND ALBUM, FEATURING JACK....SINGING, "THE YEARS OF MY YOUTH"....A CLASSIC & ONE OF HIS "VERY BEST" RECORDINGS............JACK R. ENGLISH....ACTOR / SINGER,.....WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.........9/ 20 / 2014.



(119) Anna Frances Pettit from Arlington
9 September 2014 15:48:09 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): Wives and Lovers

The other favorite performers: Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee


I worked with Jack at the Venetian Room at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, Tx back in May of 1984. I ran lights for that venue for 2 years and worked with some great artists. Jack was my favorite followed by Joe Williams!

I am flying to Las Vegas from Arlington Texas to see his concert at the Suncoast Htel and Casino Nov. 23, 2014. I have bought my tickets and have great seats! I hope I can meet with him for just a minute to get an autograph and chat.

Can't wait until November! It's been 30 years since I've heard that wonderful voice!!!



(118) manny z. umali from bulacan, Philippines
9 September 2014 00:17:01 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): Lady, True Picture, Lollipops and Roses

The other favorite performers: Sinatra, Don Mclean


I am from the Philippines and am a huge fan of Mr. Jack Jones. Always listen to the great music of yours. I missed your concert at the Araneta Coliseum last year but I promise I will not miss it the next time around. Hope I could have a glimpse of you or if am lucky enough, to hug you and say thank you for making my listening to your golden voice and your music a very rewarding experience.

Thank you very much,

Manny Umali



(117) lynn johnson from carmichael
31 August 2014 22:27:38 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): Toys in the attic

The other favorite performers: gorme and como


So many great memories of 60's music but wives and lovers,call me irresponsible and the best toys in the attic all within 12 mths.who else did that? Saw jack at a mcgovern political rally at my college in sacramento in 68.such unexpected treat and i couldnt even vote then! Didnt think to get an autograph.keep on keeping on for all of us.thank you, lynn johnson another boomer admirer.



(116) Kay Macy from Plano
29 August 2014 17:58:38 +0000
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favorite JJ song(s): I Can't Believe I'm Losing You

The other favorite performers: Michael Buble, Tony Bennett


I have never seen you in person and that is one item on my bucket list. I have loved your songs since I was in college. My husband and I used to dance to your music and make love to them. He has been gone for 12 lonely years. Perhaps, I may get to Vegas to see you before I kick the bucket.

Love you and your music,

Kay



(115) Anne casey from Camarillo
28 August 2014 11:28:05 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): L.A. Breakdown and Don't Be Scared


Jack,

if we come to see you in Las Vegas in November, any chance you'd sing these two old songs that I love? Might walk to hear them once more. :-)

long time fan,

Anne



(114) Alan London from Seal Beach CA
17 August 2014 15:28:23 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): Music Of The Night

The other favorite performers: N/A


My wife and I attended Jack's Sarurday show at The Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood, and what a treat it was - made the more by his lovely wife Eleonora having arranged a table for us adjacent to the stage. As per the norm Jack provided us with yet another evening of exhilerating music.

In total contrast to the larger, at times cold, venues, The Catalina is actually quite small, but warm, intimate, and even cozy. It can conjure up images of those genuine night clubs that were so regulalry featured in many of the old, classical, black-and-whites!

Jack, in his element, one could tell, immediatey gelled with an audience of all ages (which included several prominent musicians, all of whom so obviously appereciate his unique skills) and soon had them whooping it up from all corners of the room. Down amongst us rabble a few times, there was much 'hooping and a-hollering' - the atmosphere was electric...........and it was oh so apparent that Jack was having a much fun as the rest of us!

Looking back, it's been many a year since we saw Jack perform in such a 'comfortable' environment........and both my wife and myself appreciated how fortunate we were once again to enjoy the experience, and hope that it will not be too long a-fore we are able to do it again!

Thank you Eleonora for arranging such a wonderful evening, and thanks again Jack for the fabulous show..........which, by the way, was far too short!

Alan and Maureen London