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(328) myra casey
16 January 2018 07:18:36 +0000
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Dear Mr. Jack Jones - I'm 79 years old and have loved you since the first time I heard you sing "It only takes a Moment" Whenever I'm feeling sad, I listen to you sing and my happiness comes back. Bless U

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(327) Celeste DiGenova
15 January 2018 05:57:58 +0000
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Dearest Jack Jones, I want to wish you the HAPPIEST OF BIRTHDAYS YET! with many more to come!

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(326) Phil T
15 January 2018 01:54:28 +0000
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Happy 80th,Jack!
Thanks for 60 years
of fantastic music.
Hope your New Years
resolution is to put
out a new album-or at
least reissue some of
the old ones!

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(325) NORMA HUTCHISON
14 January 2018 21:26:20 +0000
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY JACK. So looking forward to your concert in GLASGOW on 5th FEB. Have been to your concerts when you have played EDINBURGH- your tribute to FRANK was amazing. would luv to meet you and LEONORA just maybe!! will send a card to concert hall where we are sitting. see you then from Bonnie SCOTLAND luv a life long fan NORMA H, X

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(324) Mrs Jo Woodage
14 January 2018 19:39:07 +0000
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Wishing you a very happy special birthday Jack. So looking forward to seeing your show at St Albans .we would love to meet you after show .
Your voice is lovely.
Jo x Brian xx

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(323) V Wighton
13 January 2018 17:45:43 +0000
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Hello My Darling, A Very Happy Birthday to you. I wish you many many happy and healthy years ahead and go on forever. Not long now till you embark on your Tour which I know will be e great one, asalways. This time I sincerely hope I will be able to talk to you properly, I really need to as it is important. Please. I am unsure what that number means! Can't send a tweet as I need help with it, don't know what I have done but it won't go through. You know some moments of one's life remain the most beautiful of all. I hope you get this in time for 14th.Enjoy your day. I love you for all time. Hugs and X's Always Vxx

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(322) Linda k.
13 January 2018 02:28:07 +0000
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Hi Jack...Happy 80th b day on the 14th of January....you have brought such joy to my life since your first album when I was 14...saw you many times in Vegas, Orange County where I told you to do the Gershwin album and redonda beach when the bartender charged you for your drink...also in San Pedro and the art gallery after ...when you had Nicole I had my daughter via donor....you are like fine wine, better with age...among my favorites is “what are you doing the rest of your life”...so many others....your singing has meant so much to me over the years...I almost went to Catalina club in l.a. but was overwhelmed at the thought of seeing you in person....enjoy your birthday....hope to see you again sometime...With Love, Linda K. Torrance

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(321) Mike Williams
10 January 2018 22:50:45 +0000
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Hi Jack
I reckon I was your first fan in the Uk.
I used to listen to American Forces Network (AFN) on the radio and when I heard you singing on the Station I wrote to Pete Murray at the BBC to tell him about you.
Looking forward to seeing you in London on Jan 28.
Keep going please.
Regards
Mike

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(320) V Wighton
1 January 2018 13:10:08 +0000
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Hello My Darling A very Happy New Year to you may it be a Healthy and happy and full of wonderful surprises year. Here I am back from the Emerald Isle and I must say it was, a nice break. All there were so kind to me and I must say I prefer it to this place. Gary was looking after 3 Jack Russles (don't know if that is spelt correctly}anyway they were so beautiful and always on my knee. Gary is such a caring person and had to meet all his friends so all went well. I, unfortunately caught a bout of 'flu there still have it 6 days now sure it will go soon. At last got my Hotels booked for February. Decided to go day before shows as it is a schlep to rush around on the day.Booked The Royal St. George Hotel Perth, hope it is ok and will go to Glasgow on 4th to The Hilton Hotel William St. Glasgow seems to be near the Venue. I am seated both places close to the Stage Perth Orchestra Stalls C33 and Glasgow Arena Stalls B1 both aisle seats so I do hope you will be around. Better end off now but first I must thank you yet again for all the beautiful songs that come my way and you always treated me nicely, you are a gentleman my darling and a multi-talented one at that. You are the Best of the Best in the whole World and I love you with all my being. Take care of yourself and my best wishes go to your family too. I will be in touch before The Event love you forever Vxx

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(319) Tony Allcock
29 December 2017 15:09:41 +0000
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What’s happened to the Forum on the Jack Jones website? It no longer appears to available or accessible.

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(318) V Wighton
21 December 2017 20:40:42 +0000
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Hello Beloved, Just a little note as I am going to Dublin 2moro, back on 29th or 30th. Hope all well with you and yours. Thank you for all the double-up's, are you a Wizard? make me smile, also the brilliant 'ON THE MOVE' so funny in parts and you and Tony Bennett stimulates my mind and believe me it sure needs to be stimulated. Had a bad fall last week icy pavement, my ankle and foot were horribly swollen and very bruised couldn't put it down 2days even the pain killers didn't work throbbed non stop something like my heart. I also damaged the groin on the other leg, however it could have been a lot worse. Little better now. So my darling I will wish you and all your family a wonderful Xmas, enjoy the festivities and I will be in touch when I return. I am not taking the Lap Top too heavy. I send you oodles of love and more love. Always yours V.XXXXX




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(317) Robbie Packard
21 December 2017 20:15:19 +0000
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HAPPY holidays tO you & YOURS Robbie

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(316) Gillian Harvie
21 December 2017 12:16:35 +0000
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Dear Jack, My 84 yr old mother has always been your biggest fan and followed your entire career. We are coming to your UK tour and will be at the New Brighton gig on the 31st Jan. We sadly lost my Dad (Frank) this year (also born 14th Jan though 5 years your senior) so you are now the only man in her life :-) It would really make her year if you could give her a mention and blow her a kiss during the show. Her name is June Lucas. Kind regards, Gillian x

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(315) Allan Radman
17 December 2017 08:27:38 +0000
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I loved your dad's voice - especially in the Marx Brother's A Night at the Opera. Alone & Com si com sa. I must've played those a thousand times on YouTube. If I could ever sing, it would be like your dad.

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(314) Nikki
15 December 2017 14:15:16 +0000
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Been a fan since I bought my first album
My question is....
You appear all over but never in New York
Even Frank Sinatra played New York.
Would you be so kind to do a NY gig
Awaiting your reply.
Nikki.

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(313) Jen Smith
26 November 2017 05:15:39 +0000
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Jack

Do you ever come to the Wahington DC area? I would love to see you. I love your voice.

Jen

PS - maybe you should set your guest book to US then UK as that appears to be what most of the people who right are from. Not really sure what the last four posts are about.

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(312) V Wighton
21 November 2017 22:35:11 +0000
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Hello my darling Hope all well over there. Tomorrow will be 3years since I saw you in Vegas, can you believe it. It was so wonderful to see and hear you again some things never change. I think you must have mesmerized or hypnotized me or something ized me 40 odd years ago for as soon as I see you my World becomes beautiful again. Thanks for all the wonderful songs I missed a couple actually the mouse arrow missed them. It goes all over the place at times. Your Imagine/From a distance is Powerful nobody can follow that also your Without a song' as Dean would say 'You are singing too good' Great impersonation of Dean spot on my love. What now I wonder, well whatever the party wants so will it be. I wasn't well for a few weeks even though I still listened in, to my favourite man in the World, apart for 2 nights had to go and lie down. One aches inside so much, when one loves someone for so long and only has a few moments of great happiness with that person and it never dies no matter how many years go by. I love you so much. Take care stay safexxxVXXX

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(311) Amy Hernandez
12 November 2017 12:17:29 +0000
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I live in Florida

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(310) Lon Spector
11 November 2017 11:21:50 +0000
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You've no doubt heard
the expression
"Knock em dead!"
That's a percise
description of what
Jack Jones does!
I glad I heard him
before I died!


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(309) Alan London
3 November 2017 21:48:21 +0000
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WOW!

That just about sums up Jack's long-awaited return to California's Orange County on Saturday, October 28th.
In the past he's spoken regularly of 'sensing' the nature of his audience, and how that can slant the tone of his performance. Before he uttered a word, the packed house at The Irvine Barclay Theatre enthusiastically let him know how pleased they were to have him back. And boy, did he, Christian, Chris, Kendall, and 'Wild Man' Paul, respond in kind.
Up and down, on and off the stage, Jack mingled with his guests, mixing lyrics with greetings, hellos and jokes, and even trading good natured ribs about his flowing white mane with a super, fun-loving gentleman, himself the owner of a fine, polished dome!

Jack opened the show with his 'Sound of Music' medley, and swiftly moved into 'Sing for Your Supper'. The highly acclaimed 'Seriously Frank' album does, and always should, feature prominently in his program. 'Teach Me Tonight', 'For Once In My Life', and the Sinatra philosophy 'All or Nothing at All' - we've seen and listened to Jack perform these numbers several times in the past, but regularly, there will be a subtle, but still discernable arrangement variation. After the concert I mentioned this to Christian who confirmed that they are constantly 'tinkering'.

Jack's good friend Pat Williams arranged and orchestrated the 'Seriously Frank' collection. In 1968, he did the same for the 'Where Is Love' album; as an addition to his regular program, Jack sang the title song.

'Wives and Lovers' is always fun, for Jack goes down and roams around the audience doing just that - having fun!
Then he immediately drew us back into a silent, very romantic mood with the beautiful, never ageing, Bergman's 'What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?'......it's one of his and wife Eleonora's, favourite love-songs.

Of course we were waiting for, and were treated to 'Without a Song', 'The Impossible Dream', and his semi-autobiographical 'I Am a Singer' - without their inclusion, there'd sure be a huge void in the evening. He did not disappoint, and all three, with their powerful climatic conclusions, led to standing ovations.

Of late Jack has reintroduced the Paul Williams 'Isn't That What Friends Are For?' ballad into his program. From his 'Harbor' album, it has long been one of my favourites. Take a moment, take note of the lyrics, for therein lies a message.....'we miss friends the most when they're gone'. A poignant sentiment - and quite demonstrably shared by the 'friends from Orange County'!

Within the audience was a friend of Jack's: celebrated bandleader, composer, and brilliant saxophonist, Tom Scott. And how his nimble fingers danced across the pod-caps of his sax as he accompanied Jack in the 'Botox' spoof of 'Girl Talk'.
Not finished, he remained up on the stage for a truly rousing 'Well Alright, Okay, You Win', which featured amazing solos from Tom, Christian, Chris, Kendall, and 'Wild Paul Lowden'. This song brought the house down.....or perhaps it was up! For not a soul remained in their seat after the final chord!

Calming things down afore the riot police arrived, Jack closed the evening with the Frankie Laine 'We'll Be Together Again'......it's now his adieu song, beautiful, but it 'allus' seems to come around too soon!

General consensus at concert's end.....truly incredible!
And as a postscript, it needs recording that during the show, a lovely gentleman, seated in the front row, introduced himself as....'Jack Jones'! Accompanying him was his young grandson......another 'Jack Jones'!
So, on Saturday Oct. 28th, we were treated to 'Three Jacks for the price of One'!

To repeat: WOW!






































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