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Reply Setkanaoknogrefs
11:03 AM on June 8, 2018 
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Reply Todd
12:33 PM on May 31, 2018 
Does Dave perform anymore
Reply Wayne Edgin
6:07 PM on May 11, 2018 
Mr. Loggins,
Thank you for your timeless music. Please Come to Boston has been a source of comfort for me at times. At one time .I was the fellow in the song.
I would move around and never let grass grow under my feet. The song was a great help in allowing me to see that there is way more to life than being a rolling stone. Thank You Again.
Reply Setkanaoknogrefs
10:51 AM on May 11, 2018 
Reply Lisa Carter
10:40 AM on May 9, 2018 
Have "Please Come to Boston" CD on my nightstand and wake up to the song every morning. That song, your voice. I love it.
Reply Janet Garczynski
11:16 PM on May 4, 2018 
Please come to Boston is my favorite song of all time. I have the vinyl of Apprentice in a musical workshop and replay it constantly. I will be 60 years old this month and this song is so nostalgic for me. Thank you for creating wonderful memories.
Reply Brad Lefler
6:52 PM on April 4, 2018 
I graduated high school in 1974. I loved your song then, please come to Boston, but for whatever reason I just started playing it last year on my new 12 string. I'm not a great player, but I watch you in the video, and you look so immersed in the song, just made me want to learn it. It will be a good part of our fire pit get together's this summer here in Ohio, please feel free to join us, good company, good friends and simple good times. Thanks again. Brad
Reply Joni Marsicano
8:46 PM on April 3, 2018 
Dear Mr. Loggins. My name is Joni Marsicano and I live in Mountain City, TN. Our organization, Johnson County Democratic Party wants to help the community center in Mountain City by doing a fund raiser. I was wondering, number one, if you still perform and , number two, would you be interested in doing a benefit performance to help Flo Bellamy and the good work that she does for the children of Mountain City. Please let me know if you and/or any of your musical friends would be interested. Thank you in advance for your consideration.
Reply Robert Snyder
4:06 PM on March 22, 2018 

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Masters Radio
Reply Ron Price
1:57 PM on March 22, 2018 
I realize you have a stellar career and a song writer and musician. For me, you could have written "Please Come to Boston" and walked away a genius.

Thanks so Much!
Another Man from Tennessee