Kirk Whalum
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At 2:43am on November 22, 2009, Laura BMus said…
On the saxofone:)
At 2:40am on November 22, 2009, Laura BMus gave Kirk Whalum a gift
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Hi!I love your singing! Laura
At 11:05pm on June 5, 2009, Zinnie "Zephria" Jones said…
Stopping by to let you how much I love what you do. Saw you at Reid in Maryland.
At 3:23am on March 15, 2009, Jaijai Jackson said…
Hi Kirk,

Stopping by to let you know we love you here in The Jazz Network and behind all you do!

You are coming to Vegas soon, I plan on coming to see you!!

Blessings,
Jaijai
At 9:29am on February 7, 2009, Adeoye Adesola Idowu said…
You are an Icon of Inspiration. Your art, heart and act of worship just awesome.
I'm aspiring to bring you to Nigeria for the Great Concert of Worship I'm Conceiving. God bless TGATJ, God Bless you.
At 12:37pm on January 10, 2009, Dr. Von said…

Kirk, great inspirational words!! Thank you. My all time favorites of yours (I am sure they may change) Hymns in the Garden and In This Life. The photo was taken the last opportunity I had to visit your father, in April 2005. He was "my preacher" when I was in college in the 70s. CARRY ON!!
At 1:13pm on December 25, 2008, Terry E. Booker said…
I once heard a famous musician say Jazz is defined by have many sub dominants, tritones or chord-degrees one can write in a song. I thought, how about -- what comes from the heart and soul. Kirk, no one will every doubt from where your music comes. Please visit Cresant City in Memphis (Dr. Williams restaurant). Also, please come to Honolulu soon.
At 1:17pm on December 18, 2008, Michael C. Lewis said…
Hi Kirk,
How have you been? Have a Merry Christmas and may 2009 be your best year yet. God Bless.

Michael (MCL)
At 11:37pm on December 7, 2008, Trish Hennessey said…
Kirk, I'm somewhere in that audience - "The Gospel According to Jazz 3" was anointed in a way that I'm still trying to fathom. The image of George Duke breaking down still makes me cry. And you...caught up in the moments - there were dozens. Thanks, Brother. I know you're missing WSMJ 104.3 in Baltimore. Me, too. I'm workin' on trying to get a 24/7 station going - it WILL be done in 2009. Talk to Lori Lewis in Wisconsin - she misses you!
At 11:01pm on November 26, 2008, Lori Jenaire said…
Hi Kirk,

It's so nice to hear you on the Jazz Network. I've enjoyed your sound and vibe for so long now -it would be wonderful to work with you and do some writing together.

I hope you and yours have a Blessed Thanksgiving and I look forward to collaborating with you one day soon.


Peace & Blessings,

Lori
 
 
 

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