Monday, June 11, 2007 @1:25:35 PM
I never got to meet Bobby but I always loved his pickin'. I will always have the cd Bobby autographed for me, I thought that was pretty good of him to do.
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @4:01:15 PM
I just looked at the first couple of Bobby's pictures and almost immediately recognized him as the picker on Hee Haw who never seemed to smile. What a hoot to finally know who that fellow was/is. I imagine he started smiling a lot when he met you. Best Wishes!
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @7:29:15 PM
bobby and i both started smiling again when
we met up with each other. the smiles didn't
leave until he left the world. we had a lot of
laughter in our lives - one of the many things
about him i miss.
Thursday, November 22, 2007 @1:26:16 PM
hi Judy. I play sum of bobby,s lick,s, he played so great melodic blues run,s. I was sat down this after noon reading an interview that bobby had with Tony Trischka. I put my pc on to have a look at banjo hangout , the fist name i went on was your,s, what a coincidence. One night i was playing at a jam, this guy came up to me, he said, hay man you play some great lick,s, i told him they were Bobby Thompson lick,s he said who,s that i did not ansuer him. If i play till im 80 year,s old, i hope im half as good as he was all the very best. and god bless. john.
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