COMMENTING ON M.G. BLOG, EMAIL ADDRESS IS NO LONGER REQUIRED.

Morning,

I noticed that this Blog was set up in such a way that supplying an email address was necessary in order to comment. I felt that asking for persons wishing to comment on my BLOG to give out their email address a bit intrusive and a turn off for some. And a wee bit to time consuming. It would be for me at times. So now you can  comment/talk all you wish without having to divulge your personal email address, only your name is required. If even that`s too much, then just make one up, but it would be nice to know who I`m really chatting with. Your call folks.

Thank you for your interest and the comments so far, it`s been real nice “talking ” with you.

be well,

myles

 

7 Comments

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    HTMLephant

    June 18, 2013 at 8:47 am

    Internet anonymity is a sacred right. Use it or lose it 😉

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    Oldernewfan (Denise)

    June 18, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    Just found this blog area. I’m a AW Forum user, but not on Facebook, so obviously I miss alot of band info. Thanks for taking the time to write and share some info over here again. I’ll be sure to check daily again.

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    Myles Goodwyn

    June 18, 2013 at 6:22 pm

    Really glad you found it Denise! Welcome.

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    Paul LeBlanc

    June 18, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    I have been listening to your band since I was quite young and have enjoyed it over many many years. I know I have seen some pictures of you connecting with some of the original members (Henmans) , but do you also hear from some of the members (post Henman era) and what they were into after AW ? i.e Gary , Steve , Jerry

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    Myles Goodwyn

    June 18, 2013 at 9:50 pm

    I don`t really hear from Mercer, Moffet or Lang nor Ritchie Henman. Jerry did join us on stage for a tune (Sign of The Gypsy Queen )last years as did David (Drop Your Guns and You Could Have Been A Lady.) Jim Henman and I stay in touch. I played a guitar solo on one of Jim`s songs recently. It would be nice to see everyone someday under pleasant circumstances.( not a funeral!)
    Steve Lang got into financial investments and has done very well. Ritchie became a window display designer. Jim worked as a technician in a hospital in the Halifax area until retirement and now continues to write and record music.
    David stuck with music of course.

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    wayne seguin

    June 18, 2013 at 11:42 pm

    Myles whats the chances of the band pounding out silver dollar again live,and also more of the newer stuff like that’s love,or a jewel like Anajo live would rock as I have never seen it or heard of it being done live.

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    Jen & Mary

    June 19, 2013 at 12:23 am

    Love the graphic, Myles! We both got a laugh out of it! It’s strange and funny, the two ingredients that definitely make life interesting! Keep up the good blogging! 😀

 

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