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(196) Jill Baer
3 December 2015 01:12:43 +0000
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Hi Jack, Such a pleasure finally meeting you and your lovely wife today at Home and Family. Hope they plugged "Seriously Frank." Some great tunes on that album. I look forward to hearing more of your recordings, and will always treasure our "Love Boat" connection. All the best, Jill



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(195) Ellen
29 November 2015 03:07:05 +0000
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Saw you for the first time at the Copa in NY. You were married to Jill at the time. Your introduction was priceless. You introduced the band, and then said "and on the pots & pans, Mrs. Jones." My parents loved your dad. I have every album of yours. Hope to see you in Florida soon.



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(194) Ellen
29 November 2015 03:07:02 +0000
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Saw you for the first time at the Copa in NY. You were married to Jill at the time. Your introduction was priceless. You introduced the band, and then said "and on the pots & pans, Mrs. Jones." My parents loved your dad. I have every album of yours. Hope to see you in Florida soon.



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(193) Vickie Nickerson
28 November 2015 03:21:03 +0000
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Please let me know when you will be performing in Las Vegas.



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(192) Michael Harker
6 November 2015 16:38:20 +0000
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Hi from an American in London. I just got your signed Sinatra Cd & have listened 2 it 3 times now. It is sublime & magnificent! I tried 2 get tickets 2 your London show at Cadogan Hall,but all the good seats are taken. Hope u do another. Keep up the great work. I think it is U & Tony Bennett left as the great Male Crooners! Sincerely,Michael...:)



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(191) Terry Roberts
31 October 2015 21:54:29 +0000
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Seriously Jack....Seriously Sinatra....Seriously Great.! Fantastic interpretations and orchestrations.



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(190) Sheri Benischek
31 October 2015 01:03:19 +0000
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I have always been in love with his voice.....since I was a teenager! The ultimate singer and entertainer! Wish he would play a concert in the southwest!



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(189) Stacy Schwab
29 October 2015 19:43:19 +0000
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Wanted to know if Jack has any plans to visit Scullers Jazz Club near Boston, MA again. He was here a few years ago and we are quite eager for him to return. Many thanks



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(188) Maria
28 October 2015 12:56:36 +0000
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Hello Jack, I have followed and seen many of your concerts over the years and loved every one of them. I was just informed that you are coming to London on tour, tried to buy a ticket to see you in Cadogan Square and they are all sold out!!! Just wishing you all the best, have a super time in England, you are the Crème de la Crème, love your voice. Warm regards Maria (Was a friend of Jim Blakemore)



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(187) Alan London
8 October 2015 22:01:11 +0000
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At the Suncoast Casino (Las Vegas), over the weekend of August 22nd and 23rd, Jack, to the surprise of many, opened both performances with his personalized version of 'The Sound of Music'. As he later explained, his intent was 'to mix it up some' - and so he did! Included in the weekend's program was a selection of songs that are featured on the new album 'Simply Frank' - published to celebrate the centenary of the birth (December 15th)of Frank Sinatra, a singer Jack greatly admired, but also a person with whom he formed a deep, long-lasting friendship. Even without the 22-piece band featured on the album, the songs were superb, delivered in the unique 'Jones-style' and rapturously received. Specifically, as Jack sang the 'reminiscent' Johnny Mercer 'When the World Was Young', one could have heard a pin drop! Moving ahead, Jack tossed in some light amusement, transforming the Bobby Troup/Neil Hefti 'Girl Talk' into an endorsement for Botox! My English Lit. curriculum required the studying of Cervantes' Don Quixote, so I'm fully familiar with how that crazed 'knight', astride his worn-out nag Rocinante, and accompanied by his farmer-squire Sancho Panza, rode into battle and 'tilted'(jousted)with an 'army' of windmills! Jack, beginning with a brief melodic summary taken from 'The Man of La Mancha', led into that musical's premier song, 'The Impossible Dream', which climaxes with a powerful, seemingly-impossible high note resulting in the entire audience leaping to its feet. The program concluded with the haunting 'Music of The Night', a song that Jack is rapidly 'taking possession' of. You'll never hear a finer rendition, and I suspect Lloyd Weber must surely reflect now and again on the 'what-ifs'.......what if Jack had chosen to don that 'Phantom Mask'? Two evenings; the same material, yet two different shows! Different in that Jack, on any occasion, simply sings what and how he feels. His audiences too differ from the norm, and are a far remove from the run-of-the-mill Vegas crowd who attend the evening shows simply to give their aching arms a rest, rub in some Voltaren Gel, take in a few deep breaths and then head back to battle with the 'fields of bandits' - sound kinda like Don Quixote? No, wherever and whenever, Jack Jones attracts lovers of fine music who appreciate how and what he consistently delivers. And over that August weekend, once again - he did!



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