GLAD TO SEE
ALL IS WELL! GLAD TO SAY I HAVE KNOW YOU SINCE WE WERE KIDS. YOU SAW YOUR DREAM AND MADE IT A REALITY, NOT
MANY PEOPLE CAN SAY THAT! CONGRAD'S JEFF, HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON. ALWAYS LISTENING AND APPRECIATING YOUR
WHEN ARE YOU COMING BACK TO THE "BURG" FOR A SHOW!
The new single is out!!
Call or email the radio stations on the home page. We gotta get this going!!!
if you're anywhere in the area i hope you'll join us saturday, october
1 in greenville,
ky. jeffrey is doing a special show to benefit the
red cross/gulf coast hurricane victims. drop me a line
if you need
more info. thanks.
This is a great site. Keep up the great work. And I am not saying this
because I am your husband but as a fan of Jeffrey Gaines. This is for Jeff... cannot wait for the new album and I want to
hear the First Time I Ever Saw Your Face in one of your shows.
As your friend Jeff, I will say this again, your voice is
getting more of that soulful sound every time I see you. This is for Kenny and Janine...thanks for all you have done
for Elizabeth. I cannot wait to meet you and hang out at Jeff's show. The way Liz talks about you two we are going to
have a blast and be good friends for years.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JEFFREY!!!
i i i i i i i i i i i i
go on... blow out the candles
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Somebody told me you were celebrating your big day this month. Didn't know the date, though
so I thought I'd go with mid-month. So when's the party?!!
I'll leave you with a quote from the movie Grey Owl (my favorite movie)...
"Men become what they dream. You have dreamed well."
It's Brian. That show really did rock, I might be
going to the 26th show...
If I'm allowed. That shirt is amazing, I haven't taken it off yet!!
Hey Brian! It was great to finally meet you. Still wearing your shirt? Hope to see you
at a show real soon!
Jeffrey Gaines Rocks!
I can't begin to say how Jeff's music has touched my life. I listen to his
CD's often; especially when I'm feeling down or need to unwind. His words
are deep and meaningful. His
voice is soulful and rich. You can tell he enjoys performing for his fans and usually engages them in the concerts by
them sing along or come onstage, etc.
He also seems very down to earth and friendly. He always takes the time
to meet his fans and sign
autographs after the show.
I can't say much more except that
touches my soul more than any
other artist I've ever heard.
I'm just lucky enough to live on the east
coast so I get to see him live
a few times a year.
Lisa C. White
Hello I stumbled on this site accidentally and felt compelled to email
you ... I haven't seen JG for about 12 years live... the first time was so amazing... Cafe 99 in Charleston SC in 1992, right
after Headmasters came out. He did a free show with the local station 96 Wave. I was only 22 and stationed at
the Navy base there and my girlfriend of the time and I sat in the scorching SC heat waiting for him and boy were we not disappointed...
after the show we raced to the record store and bought his CD and to our surprise he hung out for a good while and we chatted
with him for a bit and he signed my CD (which I still have to this day)... keep it up with the site and I hope to see him
live again someday
I have wanted to see JG for over
11 years now. I have been a fan since his first album. I heard "Hero In Me" in early '94 and was hooked.
I had to have that CD and everything since then. It has always frustrated me that he doesn't get the recognition he
deserves, instead we're force fed the boy bands and the Britney Spears clones. REAL artists like JG are pushed aside.
OK, enough of my ranting. I was living in Albuquerque, NM and missed him twice on tour because I was out of town.
I was tired of just listening to him on CD, I wanted to SEE him perform. I live in Phoenix, AZ now and decided I waited
long enough, my wife and I flew out to NJ on Saturday specifically to see JG. He didn't disappoint, my wife and I sat
on a couch and it felt like he was playing in my living room. It was so awesome to be with other people who appreciated
JG like I do(for a long time I thought I was the only one). I brought all 6 of his CDs to sign and he was happy to do
it. He then took a picture with my wife and I. He was even nicer than I thought he would be. I hope it won't
take me 11 years to see him again. Love your site and will visit it often.
** Thanks for the kind words, Alan. You're a true fan!
Hey, why can't we ever get Jeff down here at
the South Jersey(Ocean City) area. Back in the day we used to see him perform at all the spots in the Burg, however older
and with children are not able to get back there as much. How about a show or 2 this summer at one of the joints around the
Saw the post on the message board looking for
fans willing to contribute to having JG play a special show for big fans.......that would be great! (didnt see how to post
on the message board, anywhere you click post, it brought up a link to email you, not post on board)
I'd be more than willing,
but where would it be? I'm in the Boston Area, also, if it was Sat night, could get to Philly area, as my family lives down
there...let me know....
Hey Kenny! Sounds great. I'm in!! He is pretty
great isn't he?
Send me details please.
By the way, were you at the Mansion?
(die hard JG fan...go ahead, quiz me!)
We are looking for a few serious Jeffrey fans
who are willing to shell out a few bucks to see Jeffrey play in an intimate setting with just a few of us JG freaks. Anyone
who has seen him play knows how fantastic he is. So if you are a REAL fan and are interested, please leave your contact
Thank You Kenny
PS>> Please.....We only want real
serious JG fans !!!!!
That BB King show was amazing. I love Jeff solo
but with the full band he was smokin'!!I!! Yeah, I could definitely go for hearing that again. Wouldn't want to
rip him off though by doing the bootleg thing. He's the real thing and I gotta respect that. If we make enough noise here
maybe he'll do it again!
Great site I have to explore it more. He’s in Morristown NJ June 4th.
Bb kings show:any one have a recording of this
Hey, is anybody going to the show in Phoenixville
on Friday(5/20)? I need a ride. I'm under major stress at the moment and a Jeffrey Gaines concert would help me keep
Hey what up dude? Its your number 1 fan
Brian!! I think I might be comin to your april 1st concert at the mexican cafe.... but its not defenate my dad just
needs to know if kids are allowed, if they are then im coming. I love your new album Towards The Sun, its awesome!!!
If you sing my favorite song to be free, i might jump right on stage and start singing with ya!!! Nah just kidding
I cant sing for my life, but love to do it anyways.
Hope to see you there or at some other place!!!
Brian L. (your #1 fan)
New Year's at the Tin Angel was a blast! It
was my very first time out for New Year's...well, since college, but that was all one huge blur. Sure beats last year when
I celebrated by hanging a new shower curtain.
I've seen Jeff perform at several different
venues and I must say I really love the Tin Angel. The layout is weird, the stage is tiny and it's a bit distracting each
time someone passes by the main act to go to the bathroom during the show. The 8-year-old inside is always singing "I know
where you're going."
But in spite of all that, when Jeffrey's playing
there it feels like home and none of that other stuff matters.
Merry Christmas, Jeffrey!
Thanks for taking
on the heroic task of being the real thing in a world that prefers cheap imitations.
- E. J.