To The Best Song Writer Ever. Louisburg College, NC 1973

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To The Best Song Writer Ever. Louisburg College, NC 1973

Postby steveppl » Fri May 26, 2006 5:01 pm

To My Hero Craig
You dont remember me and Denny Thompson, but in 73' you came to Louisburg College in NC and no one had hardly heard of Amy, But we got to sit back stage and strum a few chords with you. Now 33 years later we recall it all the time. Your group was the best and you were the best song writer I have ever heard
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Postby MartinD28 » Sat May 27, 2006 6:07 pm

Certainly one of the best songwriters I've followed. The way he puts chords together makes so much sense, and the results are wonderful songs. Craig Fuller - a songwriter's songwriter!
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Postby Tom » Sun May 28, 2006 1:32 pm

Hi Steve,

Thanks so much for signing up and taking the time to share what surely is a treasured memory. I guess it's nothing short of incredible when you think back 33 years and realize that something , a band, a song, unknown at the time is still keeping us all going today!

Craig's singing, songwriting and guitar work has been a source of inspiration to many musicians at all levels of talent throughout the years.

MartinD28 is no slouch either, a fine musician and composer in his own right.

All the best,
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Postby LIDog » Sun May 28, 2006 3:20 pm

I just recently gave a PPL collection I made to a co-worker, a collection that included Amie, Two Lane Highway, and Let Me Love You Tonight.

He told me how much he liked it, "ESPECIALLY THAT SONG 'GETTIN' OVER YOU, GETTIN' OVER ME'!!!"

Need we say more? Craig's still got it, and better than ever!
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