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November 22, 2017

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August 7, 2014
Dear Johnny, you were the first concert i ever went to when i was 16 in Burlington VT. 1970. I was hooked. You were Johnny Winter And with Rick Derringer. Had the pleasure of hearing you play some small clubs in town on your return to VT. Hard to believe that was over 40 years ago and now you are with all your friends who went before. My deepest sympathies to your brother Edgar,wife,Susan and all your friends and family. RIP Blues Man. Rip it on up!
August 7, 2014
Dear Johnny, I was a huge fan since my college roommate put on your STILL ALIVE AND WELL Album-and was blown-away-I have a collection of about 30 LPS-and some CD*S-even cassettes-I*m glad that we saw you play in Cape Coral Fl-11/13-The great Bluesman-Thom Morris Ft Myers Fl
August 5, 2014
I knew Johnny when we were attending James bowie junior high school in Beaumont Texas. We were in the same science class together. Even though he was a little different he was very popular in school and I enjoyed talking to him.a lot of us guys played music and sang ..i was more of a jimmy reed...tarhill slim...and lazy Lester type of bluesman.i also played harmonica while I played guitar like jimmy reed but unlike us guys who got married and settled...johnny followed his dream and made it big.another big star from our area was Janis Joplin..and we had a band in Beaumont called the boogie kings that was fantastic..bubba goode was their lead guitarist and I played lead for a band named the polka dots. I use to watch Johnny and Edgar play and sing when they were kids on the uncle Willie show in Beaumont and I think he might have been on a show called the Don Mahoney show. We've had a lot of musical talent come from the Beaumont area but Johnny was super special and he stuck to his roots of blues. God bless you Johnny!
August 4, 2014
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