Amy, you are a person with a tender heart. I see it and pray for your happyness. Keep your good work up also. I love it!!!
-Sergio Walking Monday, September 17, 2001 Dear Amy,
I was able to meet you this past Aug. in Cleveland back stage before the show you were nice enough to have you picture taken with me and one of my friends thank you, the picture now is framed and is proudly displayed on my desk, thank you, Al Feser
-al feser Monday, September 17, 2001 Amy I see you and admire you every year at the Labor Day Weekend show at Tweeter Center. I just found out you are from Mass...and now I admire you even more!! :)
-Steve Monday, September 17, 2001 WOW! What an encore you just did at Virginia! You were great on "The Coast of Marsaille" with JB. Just listening in on Radio Margaritaville out here in California. Thanks for that treat to hear you again.
-wanda kandel Saturday, September 08, 2001 Great Show @ Blossom!! The Sax makes the Band!!!! Don''t ever leave we need you!
-SpencerMon Friday, August 31, 2001 Been a fan of your''s since I heard you on the Cafe CD''s. I''m also a fan of Jimmy Buffet. I think you are one hell of a fine saxophone player. Hope to purchase your CD in the near future. Love Ya.
-Richard Margason Wednesday, August 22, 2001 don''t ask me why it took so long, but i finally got your CD. oh my. very good. maybe, just maybe, one day we can see you on catalina island jaztrax music fest headlining a set. this year''s version of pirate looks at forty with just you and jimmywas the most inspiring yet. best of luck to you.
-greg memberto Friday, August 03, 2001 Found you via Gene Mitchell.... you are AWESOME on his CDs. Looking forward to getting yours in the mail soon.
-Karen in Austin, TX
-Karen Tuesday, July 31, 2001 Hi Amy,
I''m your biggest fan and I would love to know if you were planning on touring by yourself or with Buffett in Canada any time soon. We would all love to see you play there. Thanks.
-Victoria Thursday, July 26, 2001 I am from Mike Utley''s hometown of Blytheville, AR, and I grew up with Utley, AKA "Buddah" and listening to his music with local bands. I just retired from the local Public School System as the secretary to the principal and bookkeeper for our local junior high school. I saw your VH1 Save the Music involvement. I, too, am wanting to campaign for our local schools'' music programs. As bookkeeper, I know from first hand experience the financial aspects of music in our public schools. My nephew was the Band Director of my school at one time and he now is High School Band Director for the Newport, AR, public school system. I understand how difficult it is for students to stay involved in our music programs. My and Utley''s hometown is in a low income area and it is a struggle for these families to stay in music without our help. To get you and Utley and the Coral Reefers Band to play for an Arkansas fundraiser for this cause would be awesome to say the least. Utley was part of my past in the 60''s where our public schools started him on his music career. What a local inspiration this could be. If we could have this event planned in the next couple of years would be a dream come true for Northeast Arkansas Public Schools Music Programs and Utley''s own hometown. I saw you on the Today show yesterday and it started me looking up the Coral Reefers on the internet. I would love to make this dream a reality for what I agree with you, is a great cause for the youth of today. I could make it the "Event" of the decade for helping our Public Schools'' Music Programs in the state of Arkansas.