sorry for the loss of a great drummer ...
My favorite Mother. You will be missed.
So sad to hear the news of JCB`s passing.<br /><br />I was lucky enough to meet him a couple of times when he was touring with the Muffin Men,and he always found the time to speak to his fans, nothing seemed like too much trouble.<br /><br />The world is a poorer place without him,but as an Indian,I`m sure his spirit will live on forever.<br /><br />Condolences to his friends & family, and one day Jimmy, I hope to meet you again.<br /><br />RIP Jim, we`ll miss you. :-(
Orale Sonny, cunyados forever man.
I met you at Friars Pub in Abq thirty years ago. One of the highlights of my life. We talked for an hour after a gig you played with a bunch of old guys, some of the best music ever. RIP Jimmy.
Lo through all these years. He was my friend. RIP
God bless you, you made music. you touched souls with your generous spirit.<br /><br />May you find everlasting peace, my brother!<br /><br />Much love to you.<br />My prayers are with you and your family.<br /><br />Charles Biddle
On a lark, I e-mailed Jimmy last year to send my best wishes and encourage him to tour and come to Cleveland, OH where he had many fans. Jimmy graciously wrote back several times and encouraged me to stay in touch. I was so thrilled to to hear from such a talented guy. Bless you JCB, the Indian of the group.
R.I.P. J.C.B. - the indian of the group.
JCB - wish you were back home - we missed you the past decade or so. Now you are off on another adventure. Thanks for the friendship when we all seemed to relocate to albuquerque at the same time - el paso still sucks.<br /><br />all my best - rest in peace..............WHERES MY WAITRESS?!?!?!