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James, summer here in middle England. My sons were in the garden singing.... "the pad race." "Dad, who is Kenny Leitch?" My answer was that he could run, and was good at maths, but James was better and football and the guitar! You back in USA.
Fckin amazing things here. Im very glad to see your post. Thanks a lot and i'm looking forward to contact you. Will you kindly drop me a mail? edabbdkeebbakeae
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Hi James, Good talking to you in my studio last ArtWalk. Like your web site and dig your music. Just got back from Cornwall and Wales. Listened to 3 hours of cool live acoustic Celtic music at a pub in Wales. Ciao, Roger
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Yo! I tried the phone number on your contacts and it doesn't not work. The Beham Pulbic Library is doing there holiday music shows. I grabbed a couple slots for Bob's Your Uncle. Jenni asked if I knew of any Good Solo Artist I said No But I know James Higgins (kidding) I gave her your Name, WebSite, and Email addresses (since the phone number doesn't work) She is looking for a solo artist to fill in some spots or stains. Tell her BYU sent ya! Jenni Johnson Public Services Clerk SkillShare Coordinator Bellingham Public Library 360-778-7217
9-29-2015 Hello James, I have missed you and your inspirations down at the Bellingham Market these days. I hope all is well with you. I hope your journeys are inspiring and memorable. Thank you for your music and for giving a little of yourself to us. Will hopefully talk to you soon and I hope the best for you.
Hi mate always wondered where you went to. Jimmy told me you were in Germany. What a journey you must have had hope all is well. Always remember that night in the caravan at Inverness you had me in stitches all night
Rattling nice pattern and good subject matter, hardly anything else we need D. ckdaeeeeeeaf
Love your site
Hi James ,just came across your name again recently on the I BELONG TO NEILSTON SITE. Have enjoyed listening to your music. What was your dads name? We are related to Higgins in Neilston. My maiden name was Burns, my brother was Chas Burns,who has sadly passed away and my sister is May.
james you made contact wit me sometime ago andI have been trying to track you down, you suggestd you would like to take a stand at Neilston Show 4th May 2013, can you get in touch to discuss this please. Regards Gordon
Very cool :D xxx
Welcome back to good old Bavaria,i hope things go your way,have a great time :-)Willie...still Regensburg
Hi James My name is Tim Edwards. I remember you from the Harp. I arrived in Regensburg in 1988. My Mother had recently died of cancer. I truly believe the people, the musicians, I met there, yourself included, helped me through a difficult time in my life. So I thank them for that and wish you well with your music and your art work.
Loved the tale of Dan Harris -- one of the characters in your Bellingham sojourn. I expect you and the fam will have some great adventures in Deutschland. I'll be waiting to hear of them in song. Brian and I had a blast with you in your summer vacation. You guys are great hosts.
My location didn't make it onto my post. I'm in Jackson, Tennessee.
Hello Great job. "I'll be back". Stevie
James Higgins, you were the first live performer I saw as a freshman at Western in 2007. I've listened regularly to Verse, Chorus, Train ever since. Having just now stumbled upon your website, I'm so happy to see you are still making music! Hopefully I'll get a chance to catch a show again sometime. Kindest regards from Sacramento, California. - PC
James, hey man, nice to see you here! heck of a show last night (Green Frog) Always a sincere pleasure to perform with you! cheers! ~"D"
Hello, I work with your brother Gerry and he was telling me about you. He said you had a site so we just looked you up. Your website is very impressive.
hi was talking to your brother patrick yesterday 5/7/10 and he was telling me about you and ur band, thought id look you up and im pleased i did, love your sound!
Hi James. Just read your meandering about teaching. On the bit where you describe our house with 10 folk in it all competing to be heard with different music in every room and the dog barking etc, I would like to add, for the benefit of anyone else reading it, that this is not an exageration. All I can add is thank goodness we had good neighbours. How they put up with the noise I have no idea. Maybe they were noisy too but we just couldn't hear them over the racket we were making. 8-)
Hello James: I really enjoyed your web page.
It was great to hear you on the radio. Keep up the good work. Ann V
Keep travelling, keep playing, Keep sane, Ian
I always wondered where my youngest namesake of a cousin ended up. This website really tells the story! Brilliant. Well done. 2009 is "Scotland's Year of Homecoming" for all ex-pats who have been away long enough to have sobered up. Maybe you should pay us a visit. Remember to bring your guitar and you sense of humour. Everyone else will provide the rest. By the way - does your mother know that you're oot? Happy Cattle Show day.(This Saturday)
I love the 'Story So Far' but am waiting for the book!
In one word? Brilliant!!
Hello James! Fae here. Dont know if you remember me, but I am a friend of your brother Joe. Just wanted to say 'Great Site' and hope that oneday we can share a gig or two together here in Seattle. Happy New Year and All the Best!
Hi James Been listening to the Neilston CD you sent me all the time! It's great.Thanks for sending me updated copy. Think I'll try to learn some of the songs to play at a Neilston party. They would go down a treat! All the best! Andy Whiteford
Hi James, great to here from you after all this time and glad to see you are still playing live. Your comments brought me back to Regensburg and the good old days.
Lovely to read your travel tales and look at the sketch pad..... I will order the new CD soon. Am excited to hear it! xanda
I was just lookin around to see who was talkin crap in America and guess what I found? Only kiddin Frag. That Neilston record is pretty bloody good. Well done.
Just revisited your site. Will buy your CD at Xmas. Things getting tight even for me... Setting up a link at it's like AMU but different. Never stop trying... Good luck. Tim
Just popped in to CD Baby for a quick look! Saw the new cd. Guess it's time to dust off the old credit card! Can't wait to hear it properly.
great site james, from your proud big cuz xx
must be a musical name or something, you can hear my tunes at not as good as yours tho. james higgins clydebank
when can we look forward to seeing the new cd on cd baby James?
Great website,James keep strumming, singing and sketchin. Good to see you finally got a haircut - when I knew you you had a curly mop !! Bob Currie exNeilstonian
stumbled upon your site james - good to see that you can take the boy out of neilston etc. No skyscrapers on the pad yet but i'll keep you posted keep up the good work - Must dash , i'm off to see Tam McFlynn live at the Arthurlie Inns
Got your Neilston CD at Christmas...Just beautiful James...really love it and recomend it to everyone I see... take care....Will you play Brookestock this year?! Please....!
very good , useful site
Hallo James, großartig, was Du alles berichtest. Manches haben wir schon gekannt, aber vieles war uns neu. Wir freuen uns auf weitere Geschichten, Bilder, Songs und Berichte. Gudrun und Günter
Very nice and tasty website. I was impressed by your drawings. What about a feature with photographs of you and fellow musicians of the past and present? Greetings from Regensburg!
I really have to say thank you to all the friendly people who have written such kindly comments in the guestbook. I am humbled and somewhat taken aback. Thank you very much. I'm glad you've all enjoyed your stroll. James
Your site is a song James. Thank you for sharing your talent!
nice site - i love seeing all the artwork. i agree - you should put up some pictures of your furniture, too. best wishes from seattle!
thank you james, your site is real nice. i love the sketches. call me sometime, my friend dirk is here from germany and may need some translation for his resume...206-816-5635. merry christmas
Glad to hear your music. Merry Christmas to you & yours. Love Denise & Colin
Nice James -- this is a great site! I love the history and the images of your paintings. Can't wait to see what other visitors say. Lots of love to you!
hey buddy, nice to hear from you again...and believe it or not listening to your voice is sending me right back on this little beer smelly stage in regensburg...great to hear your voice again!!!! it didn´t chance in all those years...please let me know when you are up to visit vienna one day, be shure there is a place to stay for you!!! i´m going to play percussion on jesus christ superstar in klagenfurt austria from febuary since the end of april and again in summer 2008, musical life is going gret so far!!!! besides playing 3 musicals in 2008 i´m doing gigs with my rockband as the frontman and some other band and studioprojects o percussions...big besos tom
Excellent site! In getting your e-mail I've just realised I never got back to you after you kindly sent 'Neilston'. Where the hell does the year go?! Anyway 'Neilston' is first class, especially 'The Altar And The Bar' which I think about every time I squeeze between the Killoch and the chapel on my way to Brig O'Lea! Keep up the good work man!
Great site James. I would love to see a link with photos of your rustic furniture. Love the pic of you and Huk!
I saw the furniture around and in the cabin, but had no idea you were so talented in art work besides the music. I really mean that, dave
trying to post a comment but I 'aint got a lousy stamp... (to the tune of San Francisco Bay)
Hi James, great site! xx