I heard you playing at UBC many years ago and I was so touched by your music that I bought a CD. I just found it again recently in my collection and played it again for the first time in many years. Right now I am going through some troubling times me and I have not been able to sleep. However, your music has calmed me and I use it throughout the day to relax and focus; and at night to get myself to sleep. It has cleared my head tremendously.
Thank you for your fantastic music. I hope to hear you live again soon.
I wanted to drop you a note to thank you for your wonderful music during our event on June 2, 2007 at the Museum of Anthropology. You and your music set exactly the tone and atmosphere we were looking for, and really was a natural extension of the event itself. We received incredibly positive comments from our guests… but the guests really said it all with their spontaneous applause after each of your sets. I have to tell you that these guests were the Chief Executive Officers comprising the “inner circle” of the world’s top airlines. They have been everywhere around the world, and have seen/heard the best, and for them to be so impressed with your music speaks volumes about what you do.
There is no question who we will call if we ever have the opportunity to host a similar type function or event. Thank you again John.
I just wanted to let you know John did a great job during our reception at the Four Seasons. He’s fantastic. I wish I could afford to fly him to New York next year!
Thanks for making all of the arrangements and working with my last minute change!
Susan Gombert, CMP
Meetings & Events Manager
Public Justice Foundation
Thank you for your wonderful performance at the Capilano Suspension Bridge this evening. Your performance was just the right way to set the mood for the event, a performance I’m sure guests will remember for years to come.
I look forward to working with you in the future.
Project Coordinator, Sea to Sky Meeting Management
“Excellent! Very nice background music for our VIP night at the restaurant.
Nice selection of music. Thank you for adding to our special night.”
Festivals & Concerts…
Thanks John, for an absolutely wonderful performance!
People are still raving about it, and that makes us look good!
Harrison Festival Society
Performance for the Harrison Hot Springs Festival for the Arts
“Paula and I would like to thank you for making our wedding a memorable one. We will never forget the great music you played.
Everyone just loved it. I would and will recommend you to anyone who asks.”
Performance for wedding reception
You made the evening complete.
Flash wedding Event, Langley, BC
I just wanted to drop you a line to thank you for the excellent job you did for us during the Karel Gott reception at the Wall Centre Hotel on May 16.
The feedback I got from all who commented, and there were many, was positive and enthusiastic. The guest of honour said it was perfect for the occasion and the very accomplished musicians in his band were very impressed, as well.
My only regret is that, as busy as I was with organizing everything, I did not have more time to just hang back and listen. But what I did hear, sounded wonderful. And thanks so much for helping set up the sound gear for us.
I sure hope that I have a future opportunity to hear you play and/or recommend you to someone in need of musical entertainment.
So how is everything? This is Chelsea. I took guitar with you a few years back and lived just down the block, and I was Jen’s friend when she lived there. Anyways, after lessons I kept practicing and eventually (after a LONG TIME) improved and I was hired for a new job in December. Well, first of all I auditioned for the new dinner theater in Fort McMurray where I now live and made it! I’m so glad too, I love it. Doesn’t even feel like work most of the time. But for the next show, there are only two female roles and I was given understudy. However we’re playing all live music for the next show (we didn’t have time for the first show to put that all together) and my boss called me one day and asked if I wanted to stay and work every night as guitarist and create a minor role to work into the show!
Crazy eh? So this is a little thank you e-mail because you just earned me a steady job for the next three months and now I get to learn how to play all these awesome Beatles songs! (Including at the beginning of the show I play Hard days Night, including the solo! and also the last song, Twist and Shout where I’m lead vocals and guitar). But during the last few weeks of rehearsal there are so many things my director (who is helping me do all this because I’m still not very good at guitar) says that I am just like “Oh yeah! John taught me to do that in this song” so thank you!!!!
Hope everything is going well!