Messages October 2009

Date: Thu Oct 29 20:29
Greg (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Added Josh's music to my new iPod this week and listented to him on my way to school. Am at my desk with the window open as I type this. The sound of kids playing, police sirens, and a man unloading a truck rise up to mingle with "What Good Is Heaven." A soft breeze is blowing, and it's time to grade some papers. Josh, your music is still the soundtrack of my life.

Date: Thu Oct 22 02:52
rod bond (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Josh's music has been an inspiration for a long time. Already Gone and Dragonfly touch my soul very deeply. He was truly a wonderful gifted artist and his music is such a treasure for anyone to find. I am sorry that he is gone but so grateful for what he gave us.

Date: Fri Oct 9 16:58
Kent (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    10.9.09, I just learned that Josh passed looking through his site and feel just so sad, not knowing for this long just makes it hurt more. I met Josh in detroit while he was touring for Inarticulate Nature Boy, we chatted for a while, he was so nice and not rushed to head out. just spent time talking to me. I remember asking about M Ward, SOF days, etc. that music truly defined times in my life that still stir my soul when I listen to them. I didn't know Josh but I could tell he was kind and honest, a caring soul. So much of what this world needs in people. This will take some time to soak in and I have to leave on a business trip today... I have added SOF and his solo work to my MP3 and think I will have some good head time on the plane listening to him. So sorry for this late acknowledgment Josh, ride on mate. kb