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(23) BOB FOLINO from Arroyoo Grande,Ca
17 August 2012 10:36:59 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): Music of the Night

The oher favorite performers: Sinatra, Bocelli


We have followed you for years.From the Fairmont in San Francisco to the Clark Center in Arroyo Grande,Ca. with stops in Tahoe and the Playhouse in Sacramento. Always a fantastic performance. You are the Greatest. Time is running out, but would like to see you one more time.... Who Knows, maybe in Branson, Mo. with Andy Williams later this year??

much love

Bob and Paula.

(22) Wanda Watkins from Bessemer
16 August 2012 02:59:17 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): The Lorelei

The oher favorite performers Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett

I would love to be able to afford the LP/CD Lady if it was on CD.

I also love the song Nina Never Knew. There isn't much Mr. Jones sings that I don't like. I think he is the most ignored talent we have he is remarkable.

I would also love to be able to buy Where Love Has Gone but I can't afford 129.00 on Amazon.

Please help me out.

(21) David Joe from Brampton, Canada
11 August 2012 18:26:53 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): Everything he sings

Please re release "Gift of Love" album on CD. I still play the album but oh how I would love it on CD!! PLEASE!!! David

(20) Rolf Bartikowski from Muenchen
13 July 2012 04:24:28 +0000

Dear Mr. Jones,

do you remember Anita Mrajska? I met her in 1959 at Loch Lomond Youth Hostel, but very unfortunately and due to the fact, that she went to Poland we lost contact during those years of the cold war.

Anita's mother told me that you became friends for some time.

I would very much appreciate a short reply.

With kind regards

Rolf Bartikowski


(19) Ellen Konar from Rochester, NY
2 July 2012 06:30:19 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): too many to name

Was in the audience for your first show Saturday evening. It was a beautiful performance and a wonderful trip down memory lane for me. I was about 5 years old, sitting in the car with my mom, and a new song came on "Lollipops and Roses." Followed you ever since, with help from my mom, who took me to see you at Kleinhans with the Reuben Mitchell trio, used to wake me up to see your appearances on the Tonight Show, help me save to buy your albums. It was a wonderful bond I shared with my mom, an inveterate Sinatra fan who once skipped school to catch his show at the Sheas Buffalo! And I shared it with my daughter, who as a young child, had one of your tapes in her collection that she listened to at bedtime. Every night, I sang ":You're My Best Girl" to her. These days, Mom is in a nursing home, and not herself. so I was beyond delighted when my daughter, now 24, married and living in NYC, called to say she made reservations for us to see you at Feinsteins. We loved every minute of the show, and my mom's spirit was very much in the room. Thank you for all the joy your music has given me all these years.

(18) Elizabeth from London
2 July 2012 04:46:36 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): Oh God how much I love you

The oher favorite performers: Tony Bennett

I am looking for the album with the song Dio como tiamo (oh God how much I love you) I used to have it but it got damaged in a move. Can anyone please help me? Many thanks Elizabeth

(17) David Joe
1 July 2012 01:39:24 +0000

Please re-release "Gift of Love" on cd....please!!!!

(16) leslie Orofino from Westport Ct
27 June 2012 07:51:36 +0000
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Favorite JJ song(s): every one

Dear Jack,

First of all...may I say I adore you ! Every interpretation of a song I always say to myself ...well that's the definitive version of how it should be. You're a master class.

We are trying to get to see you for our 31st anniversary at Feinstein's for Thurs. the 28th of June.

Thank you for all you do and blessings to you and your family.

With Love, Leslie Orofino and Facebook

(15) Carol from Ft. Worth
20 June 2012 09:15:27 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): Once Upon a TIme

I am an old lady of 78 and I have heard and seen all the love song "singers" of the past 50 years. NO ONE is better than our wonderful Jack Jones. He really makes me cry! His personal life confuses me for someone who sings about "love" so well! God Bless you Jack and find lasting love at last!

(14) Joe Kucharik from Phoenixville, PA
15 June 2012 09:56:52 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): People Will Say We're in Love, Lady, Rainy Day

The oher favorite performers: Sinatra

As a vinyl collector, I have many, many of Jack's original LPs and continue to play them often. A purist, I don't want his music "digitized, and remastered" - I want to hear it as it was originally played on 1960s turntables.

I have been a fan of his music for over 20 years now. When he was cranking out the hits for Kapp and cutting his classic LPs, I was still in the crib, as I was born in 1960 when he was a rising star. It wasn't until I was in my 20s & 30s (late 80s & 90s) that I first heard his recordings. His earliest material from the early-mid 60s was the absolute BEST of his career. As a lifelong pianist myself, playing by ear, I have learned much of my material from Jack's records.

What a life he must have had. He grew up in a era I would give anything to live in today.

Hats off to a GREAT star!

(13) Bill holzman from Cincinnati
31 May 2012 21:00:06 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): windmills of your mine

The oher favorite performers: nancy wilson, frank D'Rone

Mr. Jack Jones:

I saw you in Newport .KY in 1974 at the "BeverlyHills Supper Club", and as you know burned to the ground in May, 1977. Also, saw you in Louisville, KY

in 2010. Jack: I think you are still at the top of your game, and you sing Jazz

so well. I love the CD from England "Live" 1996. My dearest"Barbara' Loves

"The ImpossibleDream". Stay well Jack.

Bill Holzman Cincinnati,Ohio

(12) Maria Garcia from HeathrowSurrey
8 May 2012 12:32:03 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s): Lady/Love with the proper stranger and many more

The oher favorite performers: Johnny Mathis/Tony Bennet/Nancy Wilson/Frank Sinatra

Hello Mr Jack Jones, My name is Maria from Surrey in England. I have loved your music and your voice since the 60's. With your wonderful voice you have warmed my heart many times. I love all your songs, and have many of your album's. I hope you are going to grace us soon with another concert here in England, and I certainly will be there. I know you will not remember me but, I have been introduced to you on a few occasions by a very good old friend of ours, Jimmy Blakemore.We were friends for over 35 years, and I remember him with great affection. I send you my best wishes for a happy marriage, and a wonderful Summer filled with happiness, love and laughter. Don't ever stop performing for us, the world, and I, love you. Warm regards, Maria ( Welsh by birth)

(11) Richard W. Mills from NYC
20 April 2012 15:11:29 +0000

Favorite JJ song(s) : "Where Love Has Gone" and "Real Live Girl"

The oher favorite performers: Sinatra, Bennett, Damone, Doris Day, Clooney, etc.

Always loved your music, Jack, and hope you're doing well. I grew up in the south Florida area during the 50's and 60's...and heard you on the radio all the time. I loved the ballads, so your "Where Love Has Gone" album still remains my favorite. Just wanted to say "hi"...and please take care.

(10) Lois-Anne Nichols from New Castle
12 March 2012 10:15:09 +0000

More info surfacing. It is most likely that we are related on my grandmother's side, not my grandfather's. My grandmother was Jane Williams. She had 4, possibly 5 siblings. Sisters: Bessie (Evans and Watkins), and Margaret Bichler. She and her husband, Fernell, owned Bichler Florist, in Taylor, right on Main Street. Brother: Daniel, and possibly another brother, Thomas. I don't know why that is just a possibility unless he died at birth. Their parents were Gomer Williams and Anna Jones. If you can fill in any of the blanks, I would love to hear from you. Perhaps the Jones - is a brother of Anna - your father's father? That makes sense because the sibling, Daniel, could have been named after your grandfather. I want to cross this off my bucket list. I am 70, and you are 74, so, I will continue digging. I have several of your records, but would love to start collecting your albums in CDs. Thinking of you, and still digging. Wishing you the best!

(9) bert smit from holland
11 March 2012 09:35:05 +0000

my whole im a fan of jack beautiful voice and lyrics greeting from holland and live long//////////////////////////////////// //175

(8) Richard Wood from Prospect
8 March 2012 04:49:47 +0000

I heard a song by Jack called "The I Love You Song" on FM radio years ago but have never been able to find it. Now I see that it is on an album called "Write Me A Love Song Charlie" with songs by Charlie Aznavour. I can't seem to find where to buy it. Do you know where I can get a copy?

(7) Lois-Anne Nichols Smith from New Castle
4 March 2012 11:13:02 +0000

I have a correction to my previous message.  I meant to say that perhaps my mother's middle name came from your grandmother.  I knew that your mother was Irene Hervey.  I heard that even as a child.

(6) Lois-Anne Nichols Smith from New Castle
1 March 2012 07:47:01 +0000

Jack, I am in the midst of composing a letter to you. (On my bucket list) I need to do a little more research because I am your cousin. My mother often spoke of your father, and how, as children, they would play together. I want to have all of my facts straight before I send it to you. If you could, would you please send to me, an address to which I can send it? My mother, like your father, was born in Taylor. You are related to me on her father's side. His name was William Owen. My mother was Margaret Elizabeth Owen. I'm thinking that her middle name came from your mother, but I really don't know. I have to do the research because there is no one left to whom I can pose any questions. I live in New Castle, DE, on the outskirts of Wilmington. The last time you were here, I did not find out about it until after the fact, or I would have loved to have purchased tickets to see you. I am hesitant to tell people that we are related and then have to tell them that I have never seen you. But, family is family, and family is important to me. And, of course, I am proud to call you part of my family. Even as a child, when I was told I was related to your father, I knew who he was. And, parents of friends of my older son, remember your father. Perhaps you can even fill in some of the blanks. My grandfather had 2 sisters, Annie and Mariah. Do either of those names ring a bell? After I have more details, I will send my ongoing letter to you. I did get an address online. I believe it could be your agent, but I really don't know. If you can, please let me know how to get in touch with you. Also, if you think you will be coming back to Wilmington, I would love to know that. Thank you, Lois-Anne Nichols (Smith)

(5) Chris Anderson from North Mankato, MN
29 February 2012 08:02:21 +0000

Hello Jack! I really appreciate your singing! Is there any chance that you'll perform anywhere close to Southern Minnesota?/?

(4) Susan Olsen from Salt Lake City UT
27 February 2012 01:23:13 +0000

Have you ever considered playing the Concert Hall in Wendover, Nevada. It's a wonderful, intimate room. They fly in people from all over the country and I just know that you would be a smash!!!!!!