Messages April 2004

Date: Mon Apr 19 22:19
Thea (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Had a dream about you last night... was so nice to see you again. xoxo thea

Date: Sun Apr 11 17:50
marilyn (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    It has just been confirmed that the Annual Descendants of the Earth Benefit concert will be on Saturday, May 15, in Los Angeles. So save the date if you can be in L.A., and more information will be coming soon. Surprises and lots of good music will be happening! With love, Marilyn, Josh's Mom

Date: Fri Apr 2 07:21
Joshua Taylor (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    It's funny how music helps us grow. When I first heard SOF I was in the 8th grade. As a thirteen year old then, I understand now how lucky I was to have that kind of guidance from music. I think I was fourteen when I got my older sister to take me to the Newport to see SOF. That has to be one of the best shows ever, their energy lifted me so high. But, as a 14 year olds life goes I never got to see them again. Then one day as i was looking for old songs on the net I found this site. Sadly I saw the news of Josh. Such a great musical shaman to me, helped me through those terrible teen years with positive tunes, had died. So, i said a prayer to Josh. At a time in my life when nothing was going wrong, but nothing going right either, my world had turned around. I prayed to Josh to give me something in my life to make me happy (a selfish prayer I know). About a month later my girlfriend found out she was pregnant. Now, two years later I'm married to that girlfriend, and i have a beautiful daughter, and another daughter on the way. Thank you Josh for everything, I can't wait to see you in concert again (I hope your still a musician where ever you are).Forever Your Fan,Josh Taylor

Date: Thu Apr 1 16:34
Jen (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    I first discovered your music as a seventh grader, back in 1991. I bought School of Fish on cassette and walked to my friend's house to play it for her. Her family was moving 60 miles away the next day, and this was the last time we were going to hang out. 13 years later, she is still one of my best friends, although now we are thousands of miles apart, your music has always held us together. I want to thank you for holding my hand to write letters of apology, and being there for hours of laughter and joy. Your music is an enormous part of who I am today, and I think about you often