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My very first concert was LRB at Perth Entertaiment Centre in 1977. I was already a fan having recieved a copy of AFTER HOURS for my 15th birthday in 1976. Attended reunion concerts at Burswood in 1988 & 1989 wih Christopher Cross. Witnessed your awsome BSG gig at A DAY ON THE GREEN at Sandalford. You allowed me to take a posed photo of you as you saw me clicking away right up the front. I was singing every lyric. Man PLEASE keep going and PLEASE come back to PERTH SOON!

- Paul Pisani, Perth, WA, Australia, January 26th 2009

Your harmonies are INSANE!!! I want to tell you how much the harmonies of the band have truly meant to me! They always seem to be spot on, man!!! Always an AWESOME job done on back up vocals! I have always preferred your sense of groove and vocal style over The Eagles. I honestly mean that! That was the first thing I noticed and enjoyed about you guys the first time I heard Help is On Its Way. I love the 3 verse (or the verse that repeats the same words as the 1 verse) how you beefed up the words "worry" and "trouble" just before it goes back into the chorus. Brilliant, my friend brilliant!!! Even as an 11 year old kid back then, I took notice and understood how and why that particular part of the song sounded SO FAT.

- Sean Sherrod, North Hollywood, Ca, USA, January 22nd 2009

Hello,
I have always enjoyed the music of LRB growing up, but I became a HUGE fan in 1983 after watching a live concert recorded for a HBO concert special! Man, you guys were seriously groovin! The song "D" in my opinion is one of LRB's greatest songs, yet it's completely obscure. The other song I really liked was "St. Louis". Both tracks are really AWESOME.
Take care and God bless you.

- Sean Sherrod, North Hollywood, Ca. USA, January 21st 2009

Graeham,
Concerning BSG. Let me say this, you 3 wrote the songs, so I hope you are financially set for life, and I hope your kids and grandchildren are set for life because of your previous success. I say this because it is a complete travesty that Housden has the legal rights to the LRB name. He was not part of your best era, in my opinion Briggs was on more recordings. The current LRB play all these small clubs/state fairs in small towns in America and the average guy thinks that is "Little River Band". Well, rest assured, the musicians like me, who worked at a compact disc store, who was on the college radio years ago, who have friends in the business, KNOW the difference.
BSG really is LRB. I wish you the best (plus Birltes, and Shorrock, maybe Pellici & Briggs also).
Housden, how can he live with himself, he will get his "karma" eventually.

- Shawn Feser, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, January 21st 2009

Dear Graeham,
Since the early years I am a fan of LRB and I have seen you once during "The Net" tour in The Hague, Holland.
I was very sad about all the changes in LRB. However, I was delighted that I found out a few years ago, you picked up again with Beeb and Glenn. However it's quiet around BSG. What is happening, does BSG still exist? On the BSG-website the last news I can find is dated 2006. Will there be a new CD or tour, hopefully Europe (Holland) as well?
Love your music. Thank you very much for all the beautiful songs.
Johan

- Johan van Dorst, Hoeven, the Netherlands, January 6th 2009

Hi, Graeham
I love Little River Band, but haven't had the chance to see any concert on dvd. One of my favourite songs is Lady, that you wrote. Thanks for all the great music over the years.

- Luis, Havana, January 5th 2009

Hi Graeham,
This is Christian the singer, songwriter and guitarplayer in Germany. You are a very great artist I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year for you your family and Beeb and Glenn.
Well I hope you come back with BSG for Concert to Germany,
like in times with LRB.
You are the DNA of the Band.
You are a genie of music.
greetings

- Christian W., Germany, December 23rd 2008

Mr Goble Thumbs up on the new cd's. "The Days Ahead" as well as "Let It Rain". I love "Someone's Taken Our History". It has a victorious, triumphant almost athem-like sound to it as if to say despite the legal hassles, we know we wrote and recorded the songs and no one will ever take that away from us. Some other tunes of yours I'm very fond of are "Time For Us, Forever Blue and How Many Nights". I also love "Please Don't Ask Me, Stormy Surrender and "D" which I know you co-wrote with Beeb. By the way a workmate of mine came in the office the other day, sat down and said "Little River Band". I turned and ask what about LRB? to which he responded I just heard one of their songs on the radio and I can't get it out of my head. I asked which song and he started singing the hook to "Lady". It must be a blast to know that your songs are being played all over the world at any given time. Well again Mr Goble thanks for the memories and I'll be looking forward to your next project. Best Wishes

- Billy Johnson, USA, November 28th 2008

Hi Graeham, Just stumbled on your site here and I must say really enjoyed it. Nice work! Thanks for posting all those wonderful sound/video clips, there is quite a history there. You are a marvelous writer/musician and looking forward to getting some of your solo stuff. I've been a Little River Band fan for years. Thanks much and again Fabulous site!!

- Joe Lienhard, USA, November 21st 2008

Hi Graeham. Its a bit weird actually being able to write to someone I've known of for over 30 years. I was and still am influenced by styles of Little River Band, The Eagles, James Taylor etc in my song writing. An early memory I have of seeing LRB was at a concert at Victoria Park (near Sydney Uni) in 1975 (not sure). I also remember sitting in the studio of 2LF Young in 1977 during my 8 to midnight shift and getting into Ric Formosa's lead break in 'It's A Long Way There'. (Still one of my favourite songs). Cheers

- Garry Bignell, Australia, November 10th 2008

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