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February 18, 2018

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February 18, 2018

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May 3, 2008
Goodbye Joe. You are missed. I grew up loving you and your brothers, you helped me through a bad childhood and I still listen to the Ames Brothers every day. How relaxing they are and how I miss them all. Thank you for being a part of my life for so many years. Some people come along to make other lives special and bearable. You guys were those people, Gene, Joe, Vic and Ed.
February 7, 2008
Thank you, Joe, for bringing your daughter "Jo-Ellen" into this world to be my dear friend. Rest in peace. May Jo-Ellen and her family find comfort in their loving memories. You were a lucky man to have music in your life, but even luckier to have Jo-Ellen! :)
February 6, 2008
To all,

Thanks so very much for your kind wishes and remembrance.

Sincerely,

(Joe's daughter)
January 31, 2008
I enjoyed many of the Ames Brothers' recordings in the fifties. But I only learned a few hours ago that one of my all time favorites was their recording. I only heard "China Doll" played on juke boxes a few times but its melody and a few of its lyrics have stayed with me almost hauntingly since April 1960. In the process of making the discovery that it was an Ames Brothers recording, I also learned the sad news of Joe Ames' death. It didn't get the coverage he deserved.
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