Hi Jeff! It's been awhile since I interviewed you on Boston's former Jazz Station, The Oasis. As you know the station latter became WSJZ, Smooth Jazz 96.9 and eventually became Talk 96.9. I left Boston in July and I'm presently employed as The Local Sales Manager for The Capitol Districts only Smooth Jazz Station, Smooth Jazz 104.9. The program director wants me to develop a Sunday Morning Jazz Show and I'll probably do it in the near future. I'd like to talk with you about performing in the Albany,NY Area. Call em at your convenience at 518-786-6657 at work or at home at 518-427-5199.
Hi Jeff! Good to hear from you! I played "Dangerous Curves" for my students--they loved it (no big surprise there). I passed along your greetings--you are the bomb in first period Composition 2! With regard to your playing The Tangier in Akron: I left a message with Ed George, owner of the whole shebang. He has your booking agent's phone numbers and web site address, so expect a call! My students said they would love to come see you in Akron (field trip!). Let me know what happens. Take care. Always, MariLou
MariLou Sole <BOAR_MLS@ACCESS-K12.ORG>
Struthers, OH USA - Monday, September 25, 2000 at 11:03:07 (PDT)
Hi again Jeff! I see lots of visitors from Peter's fan club on here and that's great! As you can tell, The Caravan truly supports you and appreciates all your fine music! Just wanted to once again express my thanks for your contribution to our next newsletter...there's a Jeff Golub special coming out in it and what you've added to it is simply "icing on the cake"! Thanks also for your time and graciousness in Houston in the Arena lobby...that G&S show, in particular with your contribution was simply marvelous! You are a true gentleman and geniunely good guy, it's such a pleasure to see wonderful music delivered by such terrific people! I'll be in touch with your own copy of "Caravan Moments" once published and again, thanks for all those special and "perfect moments".
Joan Lynch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sugar Land, TX USA - Monday, September 25, 2000 at 09:45:36 (PDT)
Dear Jeff: We went to the Guitars and Saxes show in San Antonio on the 17th. and loved it. My question for you is will there be a video or cd available for that show or any other of the Guitars and Saxes shows? How about a video and a cd? That would be a great thing for you and your fans. Think about it!!!!!!! See ya next time and be good (yea right). Thanks for the wonderful show.
Philip and Sallie <email@example.com>
San Antonio, Tx USA - Wednesday, September 20, 2000 at 08:21:43 (PDT)
My wife and I caught the Guitars and Saxes tour in Houston Saturday night (3rd row seats). It was a great time. There are no bad seats in the "Arena". I hope the revolving stage didn't make you guy's too dizzy. All of you made us dizzy with your electrifying performances. We both thought it was the best concert we've ever been to, and we've been to see many performers. Hope to see you again on your next tour of Houston. God Bless you and your family.
Bob Douglas <RDoug53@aol.com>
Texas City, Tx USA - Monday, September 18, 2000 at 20:57:46 (PDT)
HELLO, JEFF I WAS VERY BLESS TO SEE YOU ALONG WITH R ELLIOT,K WATERS,J BUTLER,YOU GUYS WERE TO AWESOME TO MUCH TALENT ON STAGE. I ALSO WENT TO SEE YOU GUYS IN HOUSTON THAT ON THAT SATURDAY NIGHT THAT AS THE BEST WEEKEND THAT I HAD,ONLY ONE THING WAS MISSING I DID NOT GET TO MEET YOU AFTER YOUR PERFORMANCE. I WILL LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR NEXT CONCERT IN FT WORTH AND HOPE TO MEET YOU GOD BLESS!
TAMMYE R PERRY <TAMMYE_PERRY@HOTMAIL.COM>
ENNIS, TX USA - Monday, September 18, 2000 at 12:38:58 (PDT)
Congratulations on the #1 single on the R&R charts (www.rronline.com)and the #1 album on the gavin album charts (www.gavin.com). It is no surprise. Dangerous Curves is a fantastic CD.
oceanside, ca USA - Sunday, September 17, 2000 at 16:16:14 (PDT)
I was fortunate enough to get to see you perform two nights in a row!! Yeah Fort Worth! You have to admit Texas is not bad. Tonight was so much better than Thursday evening - everybody was jammin'. What a wonderful group of musicians. This was the first time to see you play and I have to admit I liked it. Your #1 with Peter White is awesome (prejudiced because I belong to the PW fan club). Keep up the good work and I love your new CD.
Bedford, TX USA - Friday, September 15, 2000 at 23:09:15 (PDT)
Jeff, Sorry I had to miss your show in Cleveland, sometimes
life gets in the way. Hope Greg conveyed my regrets. He said
the show was fabulous. I'll catch you next time...further on down the road. By the way, it's been a long road since Casper
hasn't it? Z
Rick Zaidan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cuyahoga Falls, OH USA - Friday, September 15, 2000 at 14:53:43 (PDT)
Hey Jeff; Fellow "Homer" here. I'm from Cleveland but living in LA. I was searching the net for info on the Peavey Classic 50 and your site came up. I remember seeing something in either "Scene" or a guitar rag when you joined Rod Stewarts group. I have only 1 night with the Peavey, but, I like it. I think it is more transparent than my Marshall DSLs (50 & 401) or Boogies (TriAxis, Reverb Rocket) and felt it was sweeter than the comparable Hot Rod Deville.
I love the equipment page! I'm curious why you have to "rent" amps? That would scare me, but, at your level it must not matter.
Good Luck and keep spankin' the plank!
Anaheim, Ca USA - Friday, September 15, 2000 at 10:30:00 (PDT)
Words can not say how proud I am of you and this new CD. It is unusual when I can say "I knew you when" but in your case, I can. May good fortune always be yours.
Deborah Bearor <email@example.com>
Manhattan Beach, CA USA - Thursday, September 14, 2000 at 15:00:55 (PDT)
YOU ARE THE BOMB! YOU RULE! YOU ARE THE BEST! I'M A BIG FAN OF YOURS AND WENT TO YOUR CONCERT AT THE SUNRISE MUSICAL THEATRE IN FORT LAUDERDALE, FRONT ROW SEATS, IT WAS FANTASTIC! TOO BAD YOU DIDN'T PLAY THE WHOLE NIGHT.
ROSA HENRIQUEZ <MIAMISHORESCC@CS.COM>
MIAMI, FL USA - Thursday, September 14, 2000 at 08:57:24 (PDT)
Hi Jeff...Please accept my apology for taking so long to write. I got to see you play (again) at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle. I'm not sure if you remember or not, but when you were signing my "Out of the Blue" and "Dangerous Curves" cd liners, I told you that I had been a fan since I saw you three years ago at the Snoqualmie Valley Amphitheatre. You set down your pen and came out from behind the table and gave me a great big hug! I am truly convinced that you are an exceptionally nice guy... just as I remember you from meeting you three years ago. I just wanted to say that it was truly a thrill to see you again. I wanted to go and see that show anyway, but when I found out you were going to be there, no way was I going to miss it. I also want to say congratulations to you and Peter White on the number one status of "No Two Ways About It". How cool!!! I am a charter member of Peter White's fan club. Believe me, if someone ever starts a fan club for you, I will definitely join up! By the way... when I saw you at the zoo... you told me the story about the girl that had the school picture with you and her in it. Is she the one that posted below? That is so great. Small world isn't it. Well, take care... and if I get any good pictures from the zoo..darn those rules...no cameras :(, I will send them your way. Take care Jeff... I'll catch up with you next time you make it to Seattle. Hopefully that won't be a long time.
Denise Barton <DLorree@aol.com>
Tacoma, WA USA - Thursday, September 14, 2000 at 00:40:26 (PDT)
I recently saw Jeff in concert at the sunrise musical theater in Sunrise, Florida.He was FANTASTIC. His performance onstage is very electric.He is truely blessed.Keep up the Great work.If Jeff reads this if he has a moment he can give me a call,I recently met him backstage after the concert in florida.My name is Rebecca my number is 954-776-1854.Thanks again for a wonderful show.
REBECCA HUSSLE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ft. LAuderdale , Fl USA - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 at 10:39:14 (PDT)
How wonderful to hear from you! That really meant a lot to me. Unfortunately Keith and I are no longer together, so I'm unable to pass along your thanks. But I'll never forget that concert--it was a thrill to finally see you in person--and then your buddy Peter White was a mega bonus! This must be what heaven is like.... My friends call me a jazz junkie--I even play jazz for my students in class (high school seniors). This morning I played your Nightlife CD--they LOVED it! I promised them I'd bring in Dangerous Curves tomorrow (I play it on my commute to work--I just know I'll get a ticket for being a noise nuisance--I can't help but crank it up!) My students send along a BIG HELLO! Do you think you might play The Tangier in Akron? I'm sure you're familiar with it--it's a great venue for jazz--a real club atmosphere. I try to go there often (of course). They have a web site--www.thetangier.com--where you can contact them--or 1-800-TANGIER. The owners are good people and love getting new artists booked. It would be great to see you again--maybe I can even get a field trip together for the event.... Thanks again so much for your reply--it really made the beginning of the school year special for me. Good luck in your travels--MariLou
MariLou Sole <BOAR_MLS@ACCESS-K12.ORG>
Struthers, OH USA - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 at 08:33:01 (PDT)
you are in this album, too!!! marc antoine UNIVRESAL LNGUAGE.i just open and started reading things. yu are listed but this album was not listed in discography. i was listening billy preston to study 70's feeling specially keyboad, here's last song, i turned off computer, tried to listening marc antoine in bed. look, here you are. now i turned computer back on to tell this. it eans, i got 3 cd's you are in today. your good mandolin player, too!!!
co USA - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 at 01:46:34 (PDT)
him jeff. i got UNSOPKEN WORDS today. it's full of jeff golub!! it brings back your stage. is peter golub sr. your father? was he blues musician? since you are not peter golub jr, you are not probably the oldest son of his. could you write about him in lext news letter? if possible. i started teach keyboad to my kids, i wish one of them go to berklee like you did.////if the song you played in pokemon was the song " i neeeed vacation.." one, it's kind have a conection to DANGEROUS CURVE, i think./// i got phiipe bsaisse's HALFWAY 'TIL DAWN, oriental toutch in "ever up.." is like intro of "seventh heaven" in your NIGHT LIFE.//and congratuation! #1 smooth jazz in r&r. i went to a book store and grubbed a issue. till next time.
aurora, co USA - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 at 00:33:09 (PDT)
I am one of the charter members of the Peter White fan club and just wanted to congratulate you (and Peter, of course)on the fine collaboration on "No Two Ways About It." I read that it's number one on the charts. Great work!
Joe Bonfanti aka JoeB <email@example.com>
Chicago, Il. USA - Monday, September 11, 2000 at 11:47:39 (PDT)
Jeff: I was fortunate enough to catch your performance last night at Ruth Eckerd Hall and I can't tell you how much my husband and I enjoyed it. I'm embarrassed to say that I didn't know who you were before the concert but your discography is quite impressive. I can't wait to go out and get all of your CD's. We will definitely be watching your tour schedule so we can see you again the next time you're in town and bring all of our friends. Come back to Clearwater soon. Randy & Rose Marsala
Rose Marsala <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Largo, FL USA - Sunday, September 10, 2000 at 09:49:38 (PDT)
Congrats! on you and Peter White making it to the top of the charts!!! How cool is that. We are huge PW Fans and thanks so much for working with Peter on this great cut. We saw you this summer in the wine country of CA at Rodney Strong. Thanks for supporting that great summer series, we hope you come back year after year! We have since picked up a couple of CD's and love em. My wife in particular likes your style of Jazz...a little more rock! Again CONGRATS!! on NUMBER ONE!!!!!!!!
Kevin C. <email@example.com>
Oakley, CA USA - Sunday, September 10, 2000 at 09:16:39 (PDT)
We saw you for the 1st time in Ft. Lauderdale last Friday & bought Dangerous Curves Saturday
. Looking forward to your return!
Royal Palm Beach, FL USA - Sunday, September 10, 2000 at 08:17:39 (PDT)
Hi Jeff. I saw you last year at the Catalina Jazz Fest, and again this year playing at Humphrey's in San Diego. I really like your music. I'm going to Catalina again and can't wait to hear you somemore.See you there.Let's party again at the C.C. Love, Lynn
Lynn Dornbusch <Lynn-Dornbusch@webtv.net>
San Diego, CA USA - Saturday, September 09, 2000 at 17:37:36 (PDT)
Dear Jeff: Just wanted to say "hi" and tell you I think you are an incredibly talented musician. I had the privellege of seeing you play down here in sunny South Florida a couple of years ago. I hugged you and asked if I could go home with you in your suitcase. (smiles) Now you're coming again, but I regret to say I won't be able to make the show. I would love to see you work with cats like Larry Carlton, Lee Ritenour, Bob James and Harvey Mason. God bless you abundantly always! You are precious. Love and hugs, Monique
Monique Alderman <Royalpurplejazz@hotmail.com>
Hollywood, FL USA - Friday, September 08, 2000 at 10:52:24 (PDT)
Congratulations on moving to the #1 spot with "No Two Ways About It." What a terrific song! And, great guitar playing by both you and Peter White! I am sure other members of The Caravan are celebrating too! "Dangerous Curves" is a great CD. Keep up the good work!
The Official Fan Club of Peter White
Russ Lowe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mount Prospect, IL USA - Friday, September 08, 2000 at 09:40:08 (PDT)
Jeff, what wonderful news about "No Two Ways About It"! From the home of Peter White's official fan club, The Caravan, we all extend our congratulations to you on this milestone! You teamed up with the best...there was never a doubt (and no two ways about it)! You and Peter delivered a gem...thanks for asking him and thanks for continually delivering such quality music to the fans of the genre!
Looking very forward to seeing and meeting you at the G&S gig in Houston TX on 9/16! Again, so many congratulations and accolades to be going your way! You're a master!
Joan Lynch, President
The Official Fan Club of Peter White
Joan Lynch/The Caravan <email@example.com>
Sugar Land, TX USA - Thursday, September 07, 2000 at 11:46:49 (PDT)
The Gear addition to the web page is great. To those of us who try to emulate your tone, this is helpful. I became the proud owner of a Line 6 POD for my birthday and have been utilizing it extensively. I'm hoping to match up a close facsimile of your tone eventually. Love the "Dangerous Curves" CD. Hope to catch you at the Ariel Theatre next weekend in Houston. Question: I noticed you used the Fender extensively on "Out Of The Blue". Was there a distinct reason you chose to do so? I play a Fender "Big Apple" Strat and was just wandering. Keep up the good work.
Bob Douglas <RDoug53@aol.com>
Texas City, Tx USA - Wednesday, September 06, 2000 at 21:01:13 (PDT)
Congratulations on hitting #1 on the smooth jazz charts.
Let me know if your planning any personal appearances here this weekend, maybe you can autograph a CD for me.
See Ya Soon,
Ed Abraham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
St Petersburg, Fl USA - Wednesday, September 06, 2000 at 15:02:46 (PDT)
I send greetings from Würzburg, Germany.
Barnabas Stephan <email@example.com>
Wuerzburg, Germany - Tuesday, September 05, 2000 at 07:21:16 (PDT)
How about a little help...
Any chance you can direct me to the sheet music, charts, etc. for your Nightlife CD? Or more specifically, Bobby's Mood or Always There.
Just another end of bed guitar player.
Dave "Little Blind Shaky"
Dallas, Tx USA - Friday, September 01, 2000 at 14:14:06 (PDT)
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