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May 27, 2018

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May 27, 2018

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September 1, 2011
I always smile when I think of you, wherever I was and will be.
August 29, 2011
Great songs in the birth of rock music. Check his hits to hear his immense talent.
August 27, 2011
My heartfelt condolences to the family of Jerry Leiber, as well as to the friends who loved him. Deepest sympathies to Mike Stoller, his friend and partner for 60+ years. I have never met either of these gentlemen, but the Leiber/Stoller team was responsible for writing and/or producing so many of the recordings I grew up with, and their music is such an indelible part of life, that I feel as though I know them personally. Jerry Leiber has left behind a legacy that will outlive all of us, and the world is a richer place for his having been here. My thoughts are with the Leiber and Stoller families in their time of loss. Rest in peace, Mr. Leiber, and thank you.
August 26, 2011
I started working for Jerry and Mike when I was 18 years old, (and Jerry was 29),when their secretary Faith offered what started out as a part-time job to me. I worked for them before and through the start-up and sale of RedBird and BlueCat records, the George Goldner days. Jerry was a genuine character, interested in so much more than the fantastic rock and roll he and Mike wrote. I have never stopped thinking of myself as the luckiest person I know to have worked in such an incredible place, at such an incredible time, with such incredible peope, and at such a young age. Bonnie