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Sunday, March 26, 2006 9:15 PM Here is praying a good guy like Wynn Stewert will be recognized in the County Music Hall of Fame. As well as all over the world. Sincerely, Barbara Kaminski, bkaminski@ev1.net
Saturday, March 25, 2006 7:49 PM Thanks for the great web site about one of my favorite singers. Darren Antonation, dantonation@yahoo.ca
Tuesday, March 21, 2006 1:23 PM I would like to tell you your dad has the best voice I love to here him sing I heard a song on hanks place on xm 13 it was waltz of the angel and I loved it hope to here more.thank you. marilyn Varney radio15_3@msn.com
Sunday, March 12, 2006 4:10 AM My wife and I have been Wynn Stewart fans for years. It is so good to find his website. My wife and I have had " ITS SUCH A PRETTY WORLD TODAY' as OUR SONG for years, and it still is our song. I have often thought what a beautiful day it must have been,and how good Wynn must have felt the day he wrote that song. He was one of Country Musics greatest song writers and singers EVER. It was a very sad day when my wife and I heard of his passing. Wishing you and your family the best always. Dave and Wanda Payne Cedar Hill, Texas, dpay@sbcglobal.net
Thursday, March 09, 2006 12:36 AM My name is Bill Baach and I live in Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey. A record album by Wynn Stewart was my introduction to country music while stationed aboard the USS Enterprise, CVA-N 65 deployed to the South China Sea and Yankee Station in 1968. I'm still an avid fan of country music in fact it's the only music I listen to. Your Dad obviously had a major impact on my taste in music that is such a source of pleasure. Bill Baach, bbaach15@optonline.net
Saturday, March 04, 2006 12:00 PM, Dell Ray Crouch, Lilajmiller1@aol.com
Tuesday, February 28, 2006 10:22 PM, shirley stokes, cty67943@centurytel.net
Tuesday, February 28, 2006 12:25 AM I have been a fan of Wynn Stewart since the beginning.I saw Wynn live with Buck Owens at El Paso Texas sometime in the early to mid sixtys. I enjoy his music as much today as I did then. He was a great singer. carwin_hadley@hotmail.com Carwin Hadley Mayhill, NM
Monday, February 27, 2006 8:35 AM Glenda Colwell, rockingc@sirinet.net
Saturday, February 25, 2006 12:11 AM Wren, I'm listening to your Dad as i'm typing this. I signed your guest book back in 2000 or so, am glad that there is more of his music out now since you first established your web page. thanks again for a great tribute to your dad. Earl Kronk Hillsboro, Mo. jollyollie@sbcglobal.net
Thursday, February 23, 2006 12:35 PM I enjoyed many years as a friend, brother, booker and manager of this great entertainer. Hopefully the powers to be will elect him to the CMHF. Sid, SIDNEY HATTEN, sidsr@earthlink.net
Thursday, February 23, 2006 4:11 PM sanford baca wrlv coyote country , sanford_baca@hotmail.com , wynn stewart needs to have his name in the countrymusic hall of fame.
Sunday, February 12, 2006 11:15 PM HI there. I've been a fan of Wynn Stewart for a long time and would love to see him inducted into the hall of fame. Scott Willey, Toronto, Canada, Scott.Willey@jus.gov.on.ca
Friday, February 10, 2006 9:30 AM David, Ddude58@aol.com
Thursday, February 09, 2006 10:32 PM I'm sorry I never heard Wynn in person. He was one of the best. Of course, nowadays, people have no appreciation for someone such as he. Cynthia Truitt, catruitt@bellsouth.net
Wednesday, February 08, 2006 2:44 PM Barbara Moore Boonville New York, MrJffry@aol.com
Saturday, February 04, 2006 2:50 PM Nita Caldwell, Lincolnton, North Carolina, nitacal@charter.net
Friday, February 03, 2006 10:46 PM JOAN MILLER, JEROME, IDAHO, Priscilla603@aol.com
Wednesday, February 01, 2006 1:18 PM My name is Jim Rodrigues. I live in Woodstock, GA. I have enjoyed your dad's music all my life. He has been a great influence to some of the world's biggest country music stars. One that comes to mind is Merle Haggard. I have had the opportunity to meet the HAG in person several times over the years and some of my conversations with him were about working for your dad and the influence. Merle is tremendously respectful of your dad and enjoyed working for him . He told me so ... And ofcourse "Sing a Sad Song" is in the history books now related to your wonderful dad and Merle Haggard. Thanks for keeping your dad's memory alive for people like us that enjoy traditional country music. The Web site is simply awesome.. Keep up the good work. Wishing you the very best. Sincerely, Jim, eve53@bellsouth.net
Saturday, January 28, 2006 9:13 AM It has been awhile since I have wrote in Guest Book. I had bought the Complete Wynn Stewart *Wishful Thinking* and I am still enjoying his music. As I go to Karaoke now and then, I sing his Pretty World Today. I wish there were more of his songs in a Karaoke format. Hope life is treating you good. The music will live on, at least with me. Patrick Henry Buffalo, NY, irishman@telisphere.com
Saturday, January 28, 2006 5:36 AM Hi..Im Romeo Paradero, a citizen from the Phi;ippines...im a fanatic Country & Music lover since my childhood..im 63-years old now and still my love of country music has no parameters..Wynn Stewart is one of my very favorite country music performers since the last three decades..ive got over a million collections of country music songs from various artist from vintages collections up to the new generations of country performers...and I haved collections of over One hundred twenty-five of Wynn Stewarts" songs so far..Im happy to sign in in Wynn Stewarts guess book .Thanks... Romeo Pradero my e-mail: rom05469@yahoo.com
Friday, January 27, 2006 2:15 PM I am a big fan of your dad, and I have, a lot of his great songs ,, I am from Canada, im 59years old. ,my -e-mail is bttns104@yahoo.ca if you have newsletters.,I would be happy to get them. I had galaxie on my big screen listening to country music as usual,and decided to try your dads website ,cuase I want to find ,Wishful Thinking cd if possible.,they always play so many of his wonderful songs of it.,I have over 500 albums alone all country ,and lots of cd,s and cassettes to. I am proud to sign your dads, Guestbook.... Doreen Merpaw, 16509 Cedarvale RD. Newington,Ont. Canada.
Thursday, January 26, 2006 7:59 AM great website when is nashvillie going to wake up and put wynn in the hall of fame he needed to be there. He's my all time great country singer.Love the duets with and jan howard.do you have newletter like to join it. greg from palmetto,ga lsam8622@bellsouth.net
Wednesday, January 25, 2006 9:48 PM I have always been a great fan of Wynn Stewart. Love the site created for him. My favorite song of him is "Sing a Sad Song" Merle Haggard does a great job of it and so does Lynn Anderson, but they don't have the voice like Wynn Stewart. Ken Summers ElkRiver601@aol.com Rogersville, Ala.
Monday, January 23, 2006 4:07 PM 1-23-2006 Freeport Texas Wynn Stewart was the best and will alway's be the best, keep the good work up Wren, your Daddy would be proud. Thank's for the website. Wanda Carter SLPbum@ev1.net
Friday, January 20, 2006 3:19 AM Great song great singer...bob magee, alohabob05@yahoo.com
Tuesday, January 17, 2006 3:21 PM Wynn Stewart should be in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Thank You, Bryant Aycock Pikeville N. C. preacher@nc.rr.com
Monday, January 16, 2006 10:51 AM HI, I would like to say Mr. Wynn Stewart, is a true Legend. I like all of his songs. " IT'S such a pretty world today" is a great song. I'm a Country Singer and would love to record some of his songs. I really like classic country over todays country. Lets keep that alive. Love, Sara Beth SB
Wednesday, January 11, 2006 7:12 PM My name is dale Lynn Carbajal , When i was 8 years old around 1958 or so My father and mother would take my sister and i to Sherrys Barn to see Wynn Stewart, I can remember going every weekend to see him, My mother would always bring a picknic lunch with fried chicken and cake and lemonaide. Wyndy would always come and eat with us and some of his band members to. We loved his music. The best song we loved the most was The Waltz of the Angels.WE took lots of pictures with Wyndy that I still have in a album today. We lost touch and then we heard he was going to play at Georges Roundup on pch in Long Beach. That was in 1981 We got to see him , I was now 33 years old. My mother sister went and so did I , but my father did not get to go he passed away in 1975. My mother tried to send some pictures that we had taken when we went to see him in the 50s , this was when the band was having a break, but his body guards would not let anyone get near him or even show him the pictures, so we did not get to talk to him. My mother was very dissapointed to not get to talk to him one last time. He was such a wonderful man and such talent. My mother also died in 1985 in January. I have some 45 records that he signed for us and I still play them often. My mothers name was Elaine Yargus she treasured his music. My best to you his daughter If it would be possible some day I would love to meet you .God Bless you Sincerily Dale Lynn Carbajal e-mail dalelyncar@aol.com
Sunday, January 08, 2006 8:44 PM Becky Ray, Springfield, MO, native of Morrisville, MO, jiocio@sbcglobal.net
Monday, January 02, 2006 10:51 AM My name is Frank James. I just wanted to say I love your website. I am a huge "BIG BIG" fan of your dad and his music! Back in 1983-84 I lived and worked in Nashville, Tennessee as a writer at TNN and WSM radio. Two of my best friends in Nashville since 1980 are Gordon Terry and Pete Wade whom I have recorded many of my own songs with. When your dad passed away I was brokenhearted. Country music lost a real LEGEND. Gordon Terry and I went to your dad's funeral together. It was a great honor to me. I wish I could have met him. He was a great influence in my musical career. I am signing your guestbook and yes your dad should have been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame when he was still with us. Thank you so much for this website. Your friend in music, Frank James, www.lefty-frankjames.com
Monday, January 02, 2006 2:05 AM Vicki Balentine, Long Beach, Ca Vickibal@aol.com
Sunday, January 01, 2006 8:18 PM My name is Les Hebert from Sun City, Arizona. I have followed country music for 57 years and Wynn Stewart is definately one of the greats. He definately had the sound I always wanted to hear and still do. So glad XM Radio is bringing back his sound. lrhebert1@cox.net
Friday, December 30, 2005 9:21 PM My Name is Mack Taylor ...I live in Corpus Christi Texas...I am a fan of Wynn Stewart. From the first time I heard ,It's such a pretty world today, I loved his music and style. Thank you for this site....For your effort Sometimes times I just break out and sing that verse,when I am going down the road or when I get happy about something. I am honored to sign his guest book. Kindest personal regards.....Mack Taylor mack21@grandecom.net
Friday, December 30, 2005 8:08 PM Willie Weddle, Santa Maria, Ca. BIG Wynn Stewart fan. Just ordered the Box Set. Can't tell you haw many of those songs I used to sing on band stand. Just change a few words fo fit a girl singing it. Always a great beat and alot of feeling............. momwillie@verizon.net
Wednesday, December 28, 2005 8:29 PM If any deservers to be there he does. It is only right he join Buck and Merle. The Bakersfield trio. AWESOME, Randy Raines, rraines@smithville.net
Wednesday, December 28, 2005 5:49 PM Rod Kilde 562 East Bellbrook Street Covina, CA 91722-2904 Tel# 626-332-5950 - Fax 626-967-6745 email r.kilde@verizon.net
Wednesday, December 28, 2005 3:08 AM First heard Wynn Stewart while in the Army in the 60's. Bought and maintain those early Albums and memories. Wynn and his musical peer group of that era were and remain Country Music. There is no correlation to today's perceived C & W artists or sound as compared to the true sound of Country and the likes of Wynn Stewarts Music and Voice. Jerry Schleining Sr, GJS/CSM, USA Retired, csmgjs@verizon.net
Saturday, December 24, 2005 10:29 AM Norman Tucker "Singingvet" singingvet@yahoo.com
Thursday, December 22, 2005 9:49 AM Doug Ritter, Annapolis,MD Just ran across this website today. I always enjoyed Wynn's music but we don't hear much about him on the east coast except on the internet radio stations. I think he would be a perfect fit for Branson. notye@comcast.net
Sunday, December 18, 2005 5:36 PM William P. Rogers, wilpat@cox-internet.com
Friday, December 16, 2005 5:47 AM Hi ! Hurra ! For the first time in my life I could listen to Wynn Stewart from a radio. They'd just played Sha Marie on HANKS PLACE a XM on li9ne radio from USA. Listen to it on my PC ! Harry Bjerkli from Norway, Harry.Bjerkli@nb.no
Tuesday, December 13, 2005 8:23 PM Charles Lesher from Florida, charleslesher@webtv.net
Monday, December 12, 2005 6:29 AM As a young sailor stationed in Long beach mid fifties I enjoyed Wynn’s music very much and he surely deserves to be in the Country Music Hall of Fame Perry Price, Yonkers Industries, Inc., PricePerry@yonkersindustries.com
Sunday, December 11, 2005 8:48 PM Hi, My name is Bruce McNeill. I was in Long Beach Cal. in 1954 or 55 an Wynn was playing in a little lounge on PCH. I was not old enough to get in so I would hang out in the back an listen to him sing an he was awesome. He had a great voice with that little "tear" in it. When I hear Merle Haggard sing " Sad song" he phrases it like Wynn did. He had a big influence on the Merle generation of country performers. Thank you, Bruce, bmcneill@cfl.rr.com
Tuesday, December 06, 2005 3:42 PM Wynn, is and was one of the all time great country stars. I will always remember his music, and have many of his songs. DL Dickerson, dinsurance@hot.rr.com
Friday, December 02, 2005 1:38 PM Wynn Stewart--What an incredibly talented singer. I continue to hum the melody to "It's such a pretty world". This has to be one of the most beautiful and memorable country songs ever written and recorded. Rod Brooker, rod.brooker@gcmail.maricopa.edu
Saturday, November 26, 2005 11:09 AM My late husband was a country music fan and he had Mr Stewart's music and listen to it all the time. I still have his music and listen to it when no one is here to interrupt me. Kay Foster, mfoster3@hot.rr.com
Wednesday, November 23, 2005 6:00 PM Hello, I am a 58 old Country & Western Music fan, living and born in Holland. I played myself C&W for many years. I played solo and bass guitar (mostly bass). I found your side by searching with "Google". I love your side. And most of all I love the old C&W music stars, like your daddy Wynn Stuart, Merl Haggard, George Jones, Tommy Collins. So now you know my C&W style. Thanks to people like you tho old guys are not forgotten!!! Best Regards, A C&W fan from Holland Rob Brans Lupinesingel 630 2403 ED Alphen aan den Rijn r.brans@hccnet.nl
Monday, November 21, 2005 7:35 PM Nice Website and a great tribute. Jerry Bryant Opportunity Knocks 1-866-562-1302 www.TravelYourDream.com jerryb9194@charter.net
Sunday, November 20, 2005 10:55 AM, i have all his records and every time i get it cold and warm at the same time, greetings frome the netherlands Jack, jackenwilly@home.nl
Saturday, November 19, 2005 10:17 PM Hi! I an old musician from the time your Dad was a lot of peoples' Hero. never met him, but knew a number of cats that played in that circle. Glad to see someone keep it alive. Thanks, Woody Johnson, Paint Rock Alabama, sjj529@bellsouth.net
Thursday, November 17, 2005 1:38 PM jimmy.savag10@btinternet.com.uk. i had the great pleasure of listening to wynn [around 1962] i think,] i am 63, iheard an album earnest tubb [midnight jamboree] live recording at the tubb music store,.he sang waltz of the angels,ihave still to hear a better rendition.i dont know if i have been fortunate or unfotunate ,but i have not been able to hear any more of his songs,it was never easy to find the best old country music in scotland.now we have www. it seems i will have a happy retirement catching up on wynn,s amazing music,p,s, most local country groups in scotland perform wynn,s version of waltz of the angels as i was strongarmed into singing it afew times now it is very popular. thank you for inviting me into your site .and for bearing with the ramblings of an old man, hope to visit again soon,,jimmy. ZOE SAVAGE
Wednesday, November 16, 2005 7:23 PM I really love Wynn's music, I have alot of his music and enjoy listening to it Diana Hansen Blair Nebraska, tigger2@huntel.net
Monday, November 14, 2005 10:30 PM I would like to Thank Mr Wynn Stewart for making good country music for every one who loves this kind of music, including myself. Songs like I got a big big love and the waltz of the angels these songs i could listen too, day and night .My dad who is 85 years old also loves the steel guitar ,he plays his steel every day.I enjoyed looking at the pictures of Mr Stewart's family he has beautiful children and grandchildren. Congradulations! Keep up the good work! Take Care! Claudette Brooks, clautoine@personainternet.com
Thursday, November 10, 2005 9:06 AM What a wonderful voice Wynn had, and clear, beautiful "real" country music. "After the Storm" is one of my all-time favorites. Great website. Keep the memories coming. Ken Fortenberry, publisher@charter.net
Monday, November 07, 2005 2:35 PM barbara savage, madashell40@yahoo.com, love your dad's music and voice,when i start playing his music, it is sooo hard to stop playing,and do anything else !!!
Saturday, November 05, 2005 10:09 PM I have always enjoyed the music of wynn stewart and hope to one day see him in the country music hall of fame. don mace, 1120 henderson grove church rd, salisbury nc 28147, dobber@webkorner.com
Friday, November 04, 2005 9:51 PM There’s only one Wynn Stewart-he’s just the best! Gregory Penney, gvp@cruzio.com
Thursday, November 03, 2005 9:40 AM I'll sign for Wynn Stewart cause he is one of the best! Martin van Praet, The Netherlands, menachone@wanadoo.nl
Tuesday, November 01, 2005 10:58 PM I loved Wynn Stewarts music. His #1 hit "It's such a pretty world today" was our song in 1967 when I got married. It was a shame that his life had to end so soon. I still love his music. Thank you. Rareagle@aol.com
Tuesday, November 01, 2005 1:45 PM We are OLD country music fans....Loved country music .from the 40's and on...WYNN STEWART was one of our favorites...we hope he gets into the Hall of Fame . Ralph & Bev Nelson ralphn_nelson@yahoo.com
Monday, October 31, 2005 5:22 PM I always love Wynn's singing , my favorite song by him was & still is :she didn't color daddy " Roger Moras, emusicman_roger@cox.net
Monday, October 31, 2005 7:34 AM wcbusaf33@charter.net Wayne Bolton
Sunday, October 30, 2005 8:44 PM acdittman@centurytel.net, Arnie Dittmann
Tuesday, October 25, 2005 3:10 AM Wynn was an all time GREAT country singer. He sang with feeling, a real stylist. FIRST CLASS!! I was working, fronting/playing bass for Paycheck in 1972. We were working a big club around Oklahoma city one night. Wynn was just down the road working. I wanted so to meet him,(one of my top favorites). He came to paychecks buss while I had started the set. When I introduced paycheck, he told me first thing Wynn had just been on the buss visiting him. I was very disappointed not getting to meet him. I still love his singing. Kenny Pryor, Decatur IL...k1940@frontiernet.net
Monday, October 24, 2005 7:29 PM Elsie Reynolds, farmers.daughter@sympatico.ca, Port Perry, Ontario, CANADA
Monday, October 10, 2005 8:14 AM Wanda Bobst, rbobst@falcon1.net
Sunday, October 23, 2005 12:45 AM casey sandridge 257 trappe rd baltimore md 21222 CASEY89075@aol.com
Friday, October 21, 2005 10:41 AM Friday October 21 ,2005 Garry Collins Newfoundland, Canada. Wynn Stewart a true Country Legend, his style and voice has influinced many Country Singers . Sing Me A Sad Song my favourite ,he belongs only at the top of respect garrykcollins@hotmail.com
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 1:51 PM Hello, my name is John. I am a big fan of Wynn Stewart and love his music. I hate that, I never got the chance to meet him before learning of his death in 1985, be then I was a child in that time. I was wondering, when his greatest hits CD would be released. I have several of his albums, the cd THE BEST OF 1958-1962, and the AFTER THE STORM cd as well. I would love the have them all on 1 disc and will purchase it when I find it in store. Thanks and God Bless You Always, John jlmarts12@alltel.net
Thursday, October 13, 2005 3:17 PM Many memories of my mother listening to Wynn Stewart. Her favorite. Wynn belongs in the Hall of Fame. Art Dahl artdahl@gatecitybank.com
Monday, October 10, 2005 9:49 AM Both of my parents were in the music industry while I was growing up. My Dad would sing your Dads songs. They were my favorite. My Mom and Dad went to hear Wynn Stewart and my Dad had him sign his album cover for me! I thought that It was very special and will always be one of my happiest memories. My Mom was a drummer for 12 years and she said she was priveleged enough to get to play drums for your Dad. Deborah kaylen ricker dkaylen@mtaonline.net
Sunday, October 09, 2005 12:08 PM I grew up listening to country music and always enjoyed hearing Wynn. All of his songs are great but my favorite is "Waltz of the Angels". I hope you can get him into the Hall of Fame. His music should be remembered. You are doing a good thing honoring him this way. Fannie Wiggins, Bryson City, NC, fannie.wiggins1@verizon.net
Friday, October 07, 2005 3:47 Pm In 1974 I had my first "set down" playing job at The Muse Restaurant & Lounge in Cortez, Colorado. I was 23 at the time and had only been playing bass a few months. Like most country musicians at the time, I idolized Wynn Stewart, and sang several of his songs. One Saturday night we were just getting ready to kick off the first song when I glanced over toward the front door, and there he stood! The club was practically empty. I like to think that it was because it was summer and the sun was still up at 8:30, not because we were a lousy trio. Either way, over the mic, I yelled," Hey! I know you!" Rather than reacting to my rudeness by throwing a chair at me, Wynn strolled over to the bandstand and started talking to us as if we DID know him. What a nice guy! Of course I immediately began to beg him to set in with us, and after some initial reluctance, he climbed on the bandstand! Just before I had seen him at the door, I had announced the first song would be Don Gibsons' classic, "I Can't Stop Loving You". Wynn said, "What was the song you were gonna do?" I told him and Carl Johnson, on steel guitar, kicked it off! Carls' big brother John was on drums and we were in Music Heaven! To make a long story short, Mr. Stewart played the whole night with us. The club owner was a big Wynn fan and called the local radio station, and before the first set was over, the place was full! Though I had the honor a few years later to back him again, in Albuquerque, that night in tiny Cortez will always be my favorite memory of my playing years. Wynn could just as easily have waved and walked out that night, but he chose to stay and give of himself and his prodigious talents, to three young pickers and a roomful of adoring fans. I will always miss him. Wayne Harkins wharkins@reinsure.com
Friday, October 07, 2005 5:04 AM I have always liked your Dad's music. Just decided to look him up. I was sorry to find out he died. Carolyn Beane, Tajomi@aol.com
Saturday, October 01, 2005 3:13 PM I remember Wynns home in the Puente hills near El Monte,Ca. and all of the record awards on the walls in the den. I used to go down to 5 points on Saturday nights and watch Wynn and Bobby Austin. The last time i saw Windy was just before Pretty World was released. I still enjoy the his music and duets he did with Jan Howard. They should have been included in the top 100 duets on CMT. It really is too bad that music of artists like Wynn is not recognized and played by todays country stations and artists. I would love to see someone like Mr. Yokum or Mr. Haggard or Mr.Owens do a full album of Wynns music. Maybe it would open peoples ears to the sound of the Playboy! I miss him and his music! Vic O`Donnell, victor.odonnell@sbcglobal.net
Tuesday, September 27, 2005 3:54 PM Mary Mitchell Treuthardt@aol.com
Wednesday, September 28, 2005 7:33 PM Roscoe D. Dyal, DYAL8003@msn.com
Wednesday, September 28, 2005 12:21 PM My name is Ray Harrison, and I had the pleasure of meeting your Dad in 64-65 at a club in the San Diego Area. At the time I probably sang maybe (3) of his songs, Half of This, Wishful Thinking & Playboy. He happened to arrive just as I started into "Half of This". Being the type of man that he was, he even had the grace to compliment me on my version of HIS song. That day was the first day I heard what came to be my favorite Wynn Stewart song, "Does He Love You Like I Do". Wynn took the time to write the words done on a little piece of pink paper, I still do it and still get request for it, thank goodness. "Daddy's Girl" was sung to my daughter and she even ask me to sing it at her wedding. No Way could I do that, so I took a tape of your dad singing it and we danced to it instead. Such a pretty World Today was a dear friends favorite song and I had a difficult time when I was ask to do it at his funeral. I have some of his albums and intend to get a box set soon. I'm in the process of moving and will get them after I settle into my new home. I still enjoy his voice just as much today as the first time I heard it. He truly utilized his voice as and instument. His delivery of a song was so unlike any other. I've heard some wannabe's try to copy his style and it's an act of futility. There is and always will be One Wynn Stewart. prsranch@cox.net
Monday, September 26, 2005 11:57 AM My brother was Carlis Nunn and the band he was with would back Wynn when he was in California sometimes. He was with Lee Lacy and the Ozark Playboys or something like that. Carlis died in 1995. I never met Wynn but liked his music. My brother played on Cal's Corral in LA in the early 60's. Sherry Burns MO, sa48burns@centurytel.net
Saturday, September 24, 2005 2:07 PM THIS IS VERY GOOD SITE. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. THANKS, NITA BOSMENY, juanitabosmeny@bellsouth.net
Friday, September 23, 2005 2:49 PM I was a good friend of your Dad Wynn Stewart back in 1958 around Los Angeles when he played music at Sherry's Barn with Pete Ash and Ralph Mooney and Peaches on drum's Helen Price. I was Guest Starring at George's Roundup in Long Beach singing and playing Country Music around that area.Wynndy would always invite me to get up and sing with his band because he knew I loved music.I always made an "A" in school in music.I played the guitar when I was going on 12 years of age.I was born on June 16th,1932 in Bedford,Indiana. I recorded a song with Merle Haggard and The Strangers back in 1969 up on the Kern River at Merle Haggard's Studio and got on a record label called"Country Heart Records" with Donna Fargo.Her record got released but mine never got out of Hollywood,California due to some personal problems with my sponsor Mark Green of Beverly Hills who started the Record Company. Merle would of helped me get started if it had been released.We had our pictures taken together to be put in a flier at Capitol Records back when Merle recorded"Okie >From Muskoee". Wynn Stewart was one fine Country Singer in my books. Virgil Essex bedrokin@hpcisp.com
Thursday, September 22, 2005 11:05 PM Your dad was one of the best singer I have ever listened to this songs touched me and there will never be another Wynn Stewart. I love his music today as much today as I ever did. He will live forever in his family hearts and in all who loved his music. Brenda Miller, North Carolina Brendamll@aol.com
Wednesday, September 21, 2005 12:13 PM ONE OF THE BEST VOICES IN MUSIC Cecil Moon
Saturday, September 10, 2005 6:29 PM September 10, 2005 Oshawa, Ontario, Canada Your father was one of the "real" country artists. Hope he makes it into the Hall of Fame. Wilf Clavette, jwclavette@rogers.com
Thursday, September 08, 2005 9:21 AM My name is Kirk Priddy- I love the Farm Song and, I Don't Feel Like Singing. I don't know much about Wynn but, I know he must have been a great man. Kirkpriddy@aol.com
Wednesday, September 07, 2005 11:07 AM Hello Wren, I am happy to sign the guestbook as I have been a fan of your dad's since I first heard him in '63 or '64 when I lived in Calif. I've always been sorry I didn't get to meet him in person. I fell in love with him and "It's Such A Pretty World Today" the first time I heard it.They say we're not supposed to question God, but you can't help but wonder why someone has to leave in their. prime. I've always thought the Lord needed him up there to sing with the angels. I hope you are successful in your bid to have your dad inducted into the Hall of Fame. You shouldn't have to do this. He should have been inducted years ago, But like Washington,D.C., Nashville is politically motivated and here is the problem,I guess. I wish you all the best in your endeavors. A long time Wynn Stewart fan , Wanda Grace. wandag@nctc.com
Tuesday, September 06, 2005 6:49 PM What a wonderful web site. It is good to know that so many people remember Wynn and his music. He has so many great songs that it is hard to pick a favorite. I think i will ( Could I Talk You Into Loving Me Again ). Wow what a song. I had the privilege to meet him several times. What a wonderful person he was. He deserves all of the praise that he is getting. Thank You Wren for the site. Bill Lynnwood Wa. res1g6ts@verizon.net
Saturday, September 03, 2005 12:08 PM I worked with your dad for a couple of years on the road and locally in the Dallas area, my name is Earl Wayne. Myself , C.J. Murphy and Vern Stovall did some traveling with Wynn.We played The Nashville Nevada Club in Vegas with Wynn and a lot of other venues. I don't know if Wynn ever mentioned my name to you, but he thought I sounded so much like Eddy Arnold he wanted to record me on his previous label, but it didn't work out that way. By the way this was in the 1970's. I really loved and miss your dad. My screen name is Eewprk6 @aol.com as I am now on anothe persons computer. I highly thank you for this web site about Wynn. It certainly brought back some good memories. Thank you very much, Earl Wayne
Monday, September 05, 2005 12:33 PM GOD LOVE YOU FOR DOING THIS. I STILL HAVE AN OLD ALBUM ( 331/3), OF WYNNS MUSUC.. DON HUGGINS Huggiesc@charter.net, SOUTH CAROLINA
Sunday, September 04, 2005 8:54 PM Shelby Snider, ssnider@detwiler.tv 262 Oak Hill Road, New Enterprise PA 16664
Saturday, August 27, 2005 6:34 AM As I was on my way to work this morning, an old familiar sound came on the radio. Wynn Stewart, wow. I truly loved his music. It takes me back to my pre-teen years when the great country artist from the sixties were in their prime and so was country music. When I arrived at work I keyed in Wynn’s name to see what information was out there. Thanks so much for the web site and allowing me to visit. It truly was a memorable moment. Our local radio station has a Saturday morning show call the Bill Bury Show. He plays 99% Old Country. That is my kind of music and your father ranked up there in the top of my favorites. God Bless, Dan Miller, Dieterich, Il. Dan Miller, dan.miller@mamotorworks.com
Tuesday, August 16, 2005 5:47 PM Jon K Czarnetzki, CZARS69@msn.com, Thank you for the web site. I love his music. I also have a friend who you know also is a big fan of your father Larry Whitmore. Thanks again.
Wednesday, August 10, 2005 1:15 PM God bless the man with the purest voice in the history of country music. Wynn Stewart Forever, Jeff Jackson, fifthofcountry@msn.com
Tuesday, August 09, 2005 6:17 AM I am frrom Cornwall Ontario Canada was always a big fan aqnd also play music and do many of his great songs, I think he was the greatest his fan forever too bad he is not here yet today Roger Lalonde, lalonde1946@yahoo.ca
Sunday, August 07, 2005 9:45 AM, Bob Meeks wmeeks@sbcglobal.net
Thursday, August 04, 2005 6:17 PM, SSMOKEEJOE@aol.com
Friday, July 22, 2005 10:23 PM, Bobby Everett, BEve1217@aol.com
Sunday, July 17, 2005 11:47 PM One of the greatest and a heck of a song writer. His songs touched the heart. Enjoyed your website. Ray Guidry rayfordguidry@msn.com
Sunday, July 03, 2005 10:58 PM This song has had a lifelong influence on me. I was 4 years old when my mom used to sing "It's Such a Pretty World Today" to me, in 1967. Thank you for this web site! Ross Reed, Lansdale PA, rossandrobin@earthlink.net
Sunday, July 03, 2005 12:47 PM, Jim Pilhorn, moose99@earthlink.net
Sunday, July 03, 2005 1:11 AM, Wynn Stewart,Ralph Mooney,Harlan Howard, Buck Owens,George Jones,and a few others took a stand for the music that they loved and believed in when many people thought that rock and roll would make it cease to exist. It will always live in hearts that love the truth. I had the pleasure of working with Wynn on the Town hall party TV show in the fifties. Bobby Charles, BJHill-Griggs@adelphia.net p.s. hall of fame at the very least.
Friday, June 24, 2005 5:47 AM, Howard Bunnell, hbunnell@kc.rr.com
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