Messages June 2008

Date: Fri Jun 27 07:18
nicky (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Just felt like dropping by to say "hi" as you have been on my mind often the past few days. I miss you and whenever it gets too hot in LA (like last week,) I remember driving around in your Tbird with the heat on when it was 105 degrees because you had to run the heat so your car wouldn't overheat - TOO FUNNY! Love you. Nic

Date: Sat Jun 7 05:11
Julie and Crew ():
    Hey Josh! Just wanted to stop by and say hello. "Dragonfly" is the first song playing on our newly-created family blog site. All these years have passed and you still continue to inspire us. Pancakes for all, I say!

Date: Fri Jun 6 05:42
Kevin Crow (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Hi, I don't know if this makes a matter but years ago...about 1991 My wife and I had the priviledge of meeting the band School of Fish back stage. Josh and the gang were on a local radio station in Fresno California and taking calls. Josh had mentioned his interest in Native American culture and so I called. I told him "I heard you talking about Eskimos and thought you would be tickled to know that a huge fan(me), is Inupiat Eskimo! I told him I hailed from Barrow Alaska and yes he was joyed. He promptly invited my wife and I to attend the show that night and invited us backstage. After the show I presented him with a "worry stone" made of Jade that my mother had given to me as a boy and a video tape of Alaska. The worry stone was a stone that Eskimos rubbed between their fingers and thumb when things were difficult or worrysome thus leaving wear marks on the stone. I hope he kept it though the years and it treated him well. We miss him..... Peace my brother Kevin and Joann Crow

Date: Wed Jun 4 19:42
Lisa (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Wow, I am shocked and saddened to find out that Josh has passed away. I have been a bit out of touch with my music since starting a family in 1997 I am really up to date on kiddie stuff though. I interviewed Josh back when Inarticulate Nature Boy was just coming out. I was working for a music magazine back then. I interviewed him at the Tradewinds in sea Bright, NJ (that place is no longer there either) He was so down to earth and friendly that the interview was such a pleasure. It was more like talking to an old friend than really doing an interview. I do have a copy of it and if the site is interested I can get a transcript of it posted. I also have the tape from the recording. I later moved to Florida and did catch Josh playing with Tori Amos in Pensacola. Anyway, I am sad to learn that he passed away but I will remember his warmth and his smile from our interview so long ago. Lisa