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was nice to meet you on saturday at the show in liverpool x
Don't miss the BCRs & Ann Margret video on this site. It's a classic!!!
Thank you for a great interview today. It was inspiring. It will make a great addition to the Govan High DVD. Very best regards.
Hi Bill, Good to see you at Lone Star today. I've given my son & Bob Carlton your details and told them to get in touch.
Hi Bill, I was cleaning out my attic and came across an old Playing for Rangers book from 1973, I used to get it every Xmas when I was a kid. Anyway I was delighted to find a section all about yourself being a Rangers fan. Having admired your musical achievements for many years, I was absolutely delighted to see that your were also a Gers fan. Good luck Bill its always good to see a fellow Glaswegian and Rangers fan do so well. Regards Stevie.
Hi Bill, I just wanted to write on your guestbook to let you know I was thinking about you. I hope all is well, and let me know when you are next in Edinburgh!!!
Hi Bill I met you on the Queen Victoria Dec 2009 and listened to your talks on musicals. Extremely entertaining. Thank you it was great. hope to meet you again kind regards. Kim
Sad news from Shepperton ! I heard a rumour that The Red Lion is no more! I remember you used to be a barman there ! (JOKE!) Anyhoo Bill it is good to see a fellow Glesgie guy is still going strong!
dear bill just to thank you for the lovely talks on the balmoral cruise
Wonderful to hear of your success. When I am down sometimes I cheer myself up remembering the chit chat between you and Tommy Scott in the Mills Music Reception in Denmark Street. Until then I did not know the Scottish had a sense of humour. I was the blond receptionist there in the 60's when Elton Jophn worked sending out records. After many years I finally landed up as a news reporter? If you ever get this where do you live now?
Hi Bill. Thanks for dining at Vaudreys today and for your kind comments. I hope that you were in time for your train. Regards Keith
If only I had known that you wrote Puppet on a String, I used to sing it all the time - Have you shaved any other hire cars with the yellow peril?
great to hear there is a great bill martin in the world . maybe we are distant relatives as my family originates from Perthshire Scotland and Folkstone Kent.
Dear Bill, Thanks for the drink this afternoon and the interesting meeting it was a plaesure speaking with you. looking forward to the rest of my time In New York but very intersting to meet you while i was here. Best regards
Greetings Sir, I have vivid memories of our meeting at Kenwood back in January 76', when I was nine. Kemper told me about your time together this past week & said I should drop a line. As one of the music lunatics that contact you daily, I have many questions I would tremendously like to ask. I'd be obliged if you answered one. What work did you do with George Harrison & Midge Ure? I guess that's two, sorry. My knowledge of your work in the 60's is much sharper than the 70's, other than the Bay City Rollers. Best too You & your Family. Thank you for your time! Cheers, Sam
Hey Bill, How are you?!! It was so great to meet you in Portugal and hear some of your stories. I'm looking forward to your book, so I can read the rest. I hope we can find a reason to work together sometime in the future. I know you've got a top team around you but you never know! All went well for me in Nashville. I spent some more time hanging out with the Jefferson Street Old timers. They have some stories to tell too! Got your message. I hope this comment makes it through to you. Stay in touch and take it easy. Best regards. Mark
Hi there hope you are well when is your book coming out we are all waiting for it...Lol xxx
It was lovely meeting you- turns out your on my iPod, small world, no? See you in Scotland. Xoxox
Great to see you again in Auld Reekie. Thanks for all the laughs but next time make sure you bring Big J with you!