Messages April 2005


Date: Thu Apr 28 16:10
Lindsay (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Hey Joshy, Sitting here at work and remembering what is important in life. That is something you taught me. I miss you more than ever and love you with all I have.

Date: Fri Apr 22 23:49
marilyn (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    I just got news about this year's Josh Clayton-Felt Memorial Earth Day concert to benefit Descendants of the Earth, and I want to share it with you: Saturday, April 30th at The Mint, 6010 West Pico Blvd (between Fairfax and La Cienega), L.A. Doors open 7:00, Show starts 7:30. $20 Donation. There will be a silent art auction. Scheduled to perform at the concert are Donna Delory, Renee Stahl, Leslie King, Don Mackenzie, Stew Boss, and other special guests. Jeff Rosenthal will be Master of Ceremonies. For more information call 805-677-4075. Every year the Benefit concert has been a great event, so I hope you'll come and enjoy it.

Date: Wed Apr 20 03:50
Erika Schwartz (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Hi Josh, Every once in a while something will make me think of you, and it's strange, because I didnt know you that well, but whenever something nudges me in your direction, I can always feel you there.. I know you are happy, and just keeping a fond eye on the rest of us. Thanks for that. Miss you.

Date: Wed Apr 13 12:24
Kyle Smeback (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Ive been reading the entries and I can see most of the people on here are friends or relatives of josh's. looking at what an impact his music (which ive just hear recently) has had on me in the last few weeks as a person and as a musician, and also seeing the documentary on his life and his ups and downs along the way and how he touched everyone he seemed to come in contact with, i feel kind of ashamed that its only the music that makes me aware of his existance. I've lost a friend to a car crash and i know what its like when your driving back from the hospital passing people left and right and no one knows about the person you held so close. I wish i could hear more of what he had to say and I'm happy that you guys pressed on even after he died so that people like me can be reached by the music that he created. I'm proud to own his cd's. Thanks, Kyle