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September 12 2013 Contributor: Herman Tulp

I enjoyed your music through the years. Saw you a couple of times in Groningen.( always a cigarette clamped on your guitar) I wish you the best Chris!

September 11 2013 Contributor: JAN OVERHAND

We went on a mondayevening to Austerlitz and had a wonderful concert. Did not know it was the last concert, onoy one on the last concerts. It was emotional it was everything music is about.We want to thank you for all the music you gave us and for the evening in Austerlitz. Bought your records from the beginning. Lost Magna Carta for several years but never forgot Magna Carta. Monday the 9th of september wa a remarkable evening in Austerlitz, for you and for us too. Thank you fo the music!!!!!!

Farewell 1373
September 11 2013 Contributor: steph

Sad that you're going and not saying bye in the UK x

Help please?! 1372
September 10 2013 Contributor: Jo Lewis

Hi Chris, wondering if you can help. My dad recently passed away, he had been ill for some time and was not able to communicate very well. He had Airport Song on vinyl and was trying to communicate something about it to my step mum. It seemed like he was saying he had some kind of link to it? I wondered if you may have known my dad back then? His name was Phillip (Phil) Eaves and was from Rushden near Northampton. He would have been 20 when it was recorded. Any info you might have would be great?! Thanks for reading this x

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