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Jesse Winchester

Jesse Winchester (Associated Press)
Jesse Winchester (Associated Press)

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April 15, 2014 "To family & friends, Keep Your Eyes on the Prize! When eyes of blind ones see again And ears of deaf ones hear again, When deserts blossom as the rose And from parched ground fresh water flows, when lamb, ones leap just like the hart, When loved ones never have to part,when songs of children fill the air, when joy and peace are every where, Then, too, you'll see the dead arise, If you keep your eyes on the prize. 2Cor.4:18. Sorry for your loss." - Vivian (GA)
April 15, 2014 "My deep condolences to the family,

Soon God will bring about a wonderful change when death and all suffering will be no more." - R (NY)
April 15, 2014 "Some songs are different. Some artists are special. For me it was when I first played Yankee Lady in May of 1970 that I felt Jesse had something to say. I was lucky enough to be in DC/Georgetown when Jesse played The Cellar Door after Jimmy Carter granted amnesty to all. A great homecoming for a great man. Although I was born and raised in another state, Mississippi You're On My Mind, takes me back to my days of youth and innocence. Thank you Jesse for bringing your gift my way over these many years. To his family, thank you for sharing this special man." - Jim Edmondson (Sykesville, MD)
April 15, 2014 "Oh how sad my husband and I were to hear of Jesse's passing. We met at a Jesse concert back in 2006. Without that concert, my husband and I may not have ever met. While we were never able to see him again, we have "Gentleman of Leisure" to lean on when we need to hear his sweet voice. I've played "I wave bye-bye" and "that's what makes you strong" at the bedsides of my mother, father, and aunt during their final hours. Thank you, Jesse, for so very much. May you rest in supreme peace. Blessings to the loved ones Jesse left behind." - Christine & John Rockwell (Cranston, RI)
April 15, 2014 "Thanks for all the wonderful music, and as I've sung many times: I'm still doin' the Rhumba baby, I'm still the girl for you!" - Brenda (Memphis, TN)
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TORONTO (AP) - Jesse Winchester, a U.S.-born singer who established himself in Montreal after dodging the Vietnam War and went on to write songs...
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