Just wanted to say hi and see what you have been up to since Buffet. Hope you and your family are all doing well. I got to see Aunt Mae and Uncle Bruno/Aunt Sandy last year when I was up in MA. Been quite awhile since seeing anyone else. Your music sounds great!
-Marylou C. -your cousin from KY Wednesday, April 27, 2011 hello from detroit miss you on the buffett tours.
-art Wednesday, April 20, 2011 What are you doing in 2011?
-Bill G - Cumming, GA Thursday, April 14, 2011 CHRIS BRADLEY AND AMY LEE
-CHRIS Saturday, February 05, 2011 Randy Stephens here, Great Sax Amy! checkout my new song guitars and saxes on reverbnation.com/stephensrandy
-Randy Stephens Monday, December 13, 2010 Hello Amy - I met you back in 1992 at Lee Haney's Jim working out. We exchanged numbers and I moved to Atlanta. You hooked me up with some of your friends and I sat in for you while you were on the road with Jimmy. Call me 404-388-9661. I lost your number and never got to really thank you for the hook up.
-Ray Boyland Ray Boyland.com Wednesday, November 03, 2010 Hi Amy, It's been a very long time since high school, almost thirty years to be exact. It's former high schooler's David Jammalo and Patricia Romeo. We met at our 20th class reunion which ended in marriage. Very happily too. We are having a glass of homemade wine and broke out the year book, we have the tunes on, and remembered you mentioned that you were in Buffet's band. So we thought we would look you up and leave a message. Hope your are doing well. We're big jazz fans will be going the N.O. in January to hear it first hand.
-Dave & Patricia Jammalo Friday, September 24, 2010 Amy,
- We met when Jimmy Buffet played the 1999 Today Show summer outdoor concert in NYC. While the Coral Reefer Band was on break from early rehearsal, you came over to talk to my 1-yr old daughter dressed in colorful Hawaiian dress and lei. You were great to talk to and even took pictures of our daughter (put them on your website). You thought it was a great story that we named our daughter Delaney after the song "Delaney talks to statues" (which you told us you helped write) and the concert was on her first birthday (May 28th)
-Todd and Delaney Molander Saturday, August 14, 2010 Amy--
I became familiar with your work when I purchased Jimmy Buffett's 'Live From Wrigley Field' DVD.
Your sax work is amazing; you play your heart out on every song, and the last 12 bars of 'Brown-Eyed Girl' gives me chills. Any chance you'll rejoin the Coral Reefers in the future?
-Dave Baxter Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Hi Amy,
We met years ago when you were on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and I was the sound mixer on the show. How is it that I've just gotten older and you have gotten even more beautiful? Continued success!