Love the music, I hope you can come back to Michigan soon.
Sooner the better.
I had the privilege of seeing you in Charlotte this past week and I am sorry I didn't get a chance to meet you in person. My two close friends spoke to you a bit about faith after the show. When I got home I had to tell my best friend, Phifer, about you and your powerful music and lyrics and he had the chance to speak with you in Asheville last night actually (silly guy with long hair and beard...)
Just wanted to tell you that your music has really spoken to me lately. I too seem to have so many questions, but so little answers. And your lyrics are a comfort in times of doubt and they show me that I am not the only one with these questions.
Thanks for the great show and your brutal and honest songwriting ability. Hope your back starts feeling better, I had back surgery last year, so I know the struggle as well... If you're ever back in Carolina or Louisiana, my hometown, you have a place to stay and someone to show you around. Take care and see you down the road!
Hey brother, I just saw you in concert at the Revelry Room in Chattanooga. You shook my hand and I said my name, but that was about it so I don't expect you to remember me(name is Cole in case you do). But I really enjoyed your songs about your doubts with God. I work in ministry and addressing your doubts is such an honest thing, but I am curious to know where that song came from. Thanks man, you're really good. I enjoyed listening to your music and meek jokes.Corey Kilgannon responded on 06/04/2016