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From: Molly McCreedy
On: July 20, 2012 @02:20 pm
 
Tom, you are an awesome banjo player! Molly with a "Y" TRAD CAMP 2012
From: Peter Hedberg, Sweden
On: April 14, 2012 @05:23 pm
 
Hello Tom! Nice to see your web site. Hope all is fine with you and your family! Peter
From: Larry Crismond
On: January 19, 2012 @04:15 pm
 
Thanks for sharing your music.
From: Syndi Zook
On: September 06, 2011 @04:12 pm
 
This looks very nice. More blogging please. You can make stuff up, you know!
From: Rick Johnson
On: August 09, 2011 @09:02 am
 
Hi Tom, Great web site.. very intuitive. All the best to you whatever path you choose. Rick J
From: Kate Butler
On: August 07, 2011 @08:01 pm
 
Thanks for coming to Bennett & Lorraine's show Saturday. It was good to meet you. Kate
From: Rebecca Singer
On: August 07, 2011 @09:46 am
 
Really nice web-site, Tom! Attractive, well thought-out, all info at your fingertips. ALL THE BEST! Rebecca
From: Irfan Sehic
On: August 05, 2011 @04:00 pm
 
Hey Tom, Website looks great. Love the photo.
From: David Carpenter
On: August 05, 2011 @12:25 pm
 
Looks good!
From: Nancy Gucker Birdsall
On: February 24, 2009 @10:44 am
 
Hey Tom! Where are you going to be in CA (and where in CA did you come back from)? Logan is now living / schooling in Oakland - it'd be fun for her to see you perform out there!
From: David L McCoubrey Jr
On: January 13, 2009 @12:54 pm
 
My family really enjoyed seeing/hearing Tom at the "billings" ? farm in wood stock 2 yrs ago, hes great. Listened to his CD last nite while making my famous wild duck gumbo, he adds to the flavor !
From: Robert Shasta
On: October 06, 2008 @11:44 pm
 
Good work! robertshasta2006@gmail.com Rob robertshasta2006@gmail.com
From: Zona Gale
On: September 07, 2008 @05:58 pm
 
Saw you in concert at Edwards Opera House with Woods Tea. We enjoyed your music so much. Thank you for a wonderful evening. I am enjoying the Back In Paradise cd very much. Keep up the great music!
From: Big Fan
On: August 02, 2008 @02:59 pm
 
hey tom glad to see you back with woods tea really enjoy your music!
From: Black In The Saddle
On: July 28, 2008 @11:28 pm
 
When I fractured my ankle, I stayed
From: Emily Jane MacKenzie I
On: April 05, 2008 @01:27 am
 
Tom MacKenzie is the greatest musician/father on the face of the earth. No seriously. I don't think you understand his undying devotion towards myself and the banjo as well as the other various wondrous instruments that he plays. He's pretty much the man. His (well...OUR) home smells of rich mahogany and is filled with many leather-bound books. You'll find him in his studio 60% of the time EVERY time. Love ya pappy, Em
From: Hans Holzhauer
On: January 05, 2008 @08:32 am
 
Hallo,ich finde Eure Musik sehr gut,wenn Ihr mal bei uns in der Nähe auftreten solltet,dann bin ich dabei,ich wohne in Germany in Bad Eilsen,etwa 50 KM östlich von Hannover,ich habr die CD Wood´s Tea Co.-Live von meiner Freundin aus Burligton,also macht weiter und alles Gute.
From: Lyn Beauchamp
On: September 09, 2007 @10:14 pm
 
Tom, I was very glad to hear that you are back in Wood's Tea Company. It is sad the way it had to come about, but I know Rusty and Chip will be happy that their music will still go on. I'm looking forward to seeing you in Townshend , VT. next year. Good Luck and may God bless you , Michael, and Howard. Lyn
From: Erik Markussen
On: September 08, 2007 @10:03 am
 
it`s a beutyfal baj you play on youtube, what is the name af the banjo you play. Erik
From: Emily
On: August 23, 2007 @02:26 am
 
I'm writing this on your blog both to embarress you publicly (cause you know how much I love doing that) and because I know if I say it in person you'll roll your eyes as if to say "oh god PLEASE don't talk sentimentally....it makes my ears burn!" I just wanted to say, again, how honored I was to have represented you at Rusty's service. I think the reason it was so hard to speak was because I know the relationship between Katie and Rusty is so much like ours. That's something that I never want to lose and that I cherish above everything. I love ya you ol coot. I can't wait for our first lunch once I'm back at school, and I'm going to get all my friends to come and see Woods Tea play when you guys come. :) Love, Your lovely daughter and best friend, Em
From: Lyn Beauchamp
On: August 17, 2007 @01:00 pm
 
Hi Tom, I saw you once again with the Woods Tea Company last week-end in Townshend, VT. I was a thrill to see and hear you again with them!, however not under the circumstances. I would like to extend my sympathy to you on the loss of your friend Rusty, he will be missed by all you knew him. I hope you continue to play with Woods Tea, I would appreciate seeing and hearing you again. Thanks for the music! Lyn
From: Paul Bienek
On: May 11, 2007 @07:36 am
 
Heard you on you tube Tom really love your playing right up there with the likes of Reed Martin & Ken Pearlman. I play all styles but I think I am going to concentrate on clawhammer for a while. Check out my website www.rabbijohn.co.uk.. thannks for the inspiration..regards Paul
From: Bob Hubbach
On: March 09, 2007 @10:47 pm
 
Hi Tom Just wanted to relay that I enjoyed exploring your website and I like your layout and content. Like the way you play Reel d'Beatrice. Those Canadian tunes have alot of substance,eh? Have had the opportunity to play with some superb Canadian fiddlers over the past few years......Have you heard the playing of Mark Sullivan and Shane Cook? Look them up on the web. The Ruffwater String Band is still loosely together. As for me, it's the contra dances and small jam sessions that keep my juices going. Keep up all the good things you're doing ..... Hope to catch up with you later this year if possible. "Chairs" for St Paddy's day!........... Bob
From: Maggie, The Night Owl
On: September 23, 2006 @01:15 pm
 
Tom, I love your music, I first heard it today on my son's podcast James of HeavySyrup, and went to your site to check out the rest. . . . . I will definitely be purchasing in the near future. . . . Nice sound!
From: James Sharp
On: September 09, 2006 @01:14 pm
 
Hi Tom. Thanks for permission to play your music on the Heavy Syrup Podcast! I really like your music. Keep it up. -James
From: David Young
On: September 07, 2006 @03:51 pm
 
Hey Tom, Just browsing the site. I still miss playing with you and hope we connect before too many years. I'm playing alot of gigs, though not much trad music of the Northeast lately. Mostly klezmer and Beatles. The Beatle Band, the Nowhere Men, is quite busy these days and it's a gas. Please give my warm regards to David Carpenter and hope to see you in the next year. Love to the family. David
From: Lisa Sammet
On: August 28, 2006 @06:26 pm
 
Hey! Tom, Your photos of the SAMW are really inspiring! I need to section off a bit of my busy life and get to one. Next year?
From: mike delaney
On: August 28, 2006 @04:42 pm
 
Tom, thanks for the SAMW photos and the SAMW experience. Let's do it again next year.
From: David Young
On: March 08, 2006 @01:25 am
 
Hey Tommy! It took 37 minutes and, finally, I got to hear "Sleep", which I have on an ancient tape of yours. Now I'll appropriately turn in. 'night! David
From: Hau Cong Le
On: March 01, 2006 @02:39 pm
 
I am Hau, which we were together when Folkids of Vermont went to Vietnam a few years a go. I woke up in the middle of the night missing you guys and search and found your site. It is just like having a cool drink of sweet memory. How lovely, best to everybody
From: Jon Gailmor
On: February 06, 2006 @03:21 pm
 
Congratulations on the great music and site, and all my wishes for perpetual and eternal familial health. I look forward to making music together again soon. Childishly, Jon
From: Chuck Williams
On: September 02, 2005 @04:29 pm
 
Tom, Thanks for all of you and each of your volunteers efforts during SAMW. The sound was always the best (except during power failure) :-) You also added an element to the songwriting class we attended together. I'm looking forward to next year, but hope to see you sooner. In Peace and harmony, Chuck
From: Your Little Princess
On: September 02, 2005 @09:16 am
 
Oh father, where for art thou? I love that you put the picture of Buddy on your site, haha. And now you can't tell me that I've never seen your site, muhahaha! Love you lots :) -Your wonderful daughter Emily
From: Karen Woodhall
On: September 01, 2005 @02:02 pm
 
Hi Tom, thank you for your 'grace' and good will at SAMW yet again! You're awesome on sound and all your musical endeavors! Thanks for offering the lo-fi music choice. (Too bad they're such small snippets of music). I really enjoyed you and your sound reinforcement class. Kudos to you! xo Karen
From: Michael Hilton
On: September 01, 2005 @08:47 am
 
Hi Tom, Thanks for the note and all of your great work at SAMW. The sound was amazing all week in the Chapel!! Nice website!
From: Rick Wood
On: August 31, 2005 @08:19 pm
 
Tom - thanks for the expert sound work at SAMW2, the just-as-expert playing of banjo and other instruments, and your terrific good humor and high spirits. It's always a great pleasure being around you.
From: DSC
On: August 09, 2005 @12:46 pm
 
I like the hired help!
From: Patti Casey
On: June 10, 2005 @08:52 am
 
Beautiful site, Tom! Can't wait to hear the new stuff and get inspired. Warm up the cookies for the next songwriter's group!
From: Jim Frauenthal
On: June 07, 2005 @09:47 am
 
Hi Tom, As you can see, my brother forwarded your URL. Margaret and I are still living 'down the shore' in New Jersey. I really like your web site - and hope to see you soon. Jim
From: Steve Frauenthal
On: June 06, 2005 @06:17 pm
 
Hi Tom, I'm up at camp getting ready for the season ahead. Hope we can get together before too long.