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At 4:10pm on May 27, 2010, Deena Pierott said…
Greetings Kevin and thanks for the friend invite
At 8:38am on May 13, 2010, Eric D Wright said…
Greetings, Kevin--As a fellow traveller along the road to Ifa and the cultural legacy of Jazz and the music of Africans in the Americas, I salute you. It is good to see that someone else from the jazz scene is grooving on the rhythmic complexities of Cuban music
At 5:29am on May 13, 2010, Mayumi Motohashi said…
Hi Kevin,
Thanx for your friendship !
Mayumi
At 4:09pm on May 12, 2010, Cynthia Primas said…
Hey Kevin, are you in London? Wow, we are located in NJ. I have a performing Arts Center on the Waterfront in Camden NJ and my sister does the Chicken Bone Beach Jazz Series on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City every year. If you ever come to the states and want to look us up and need a venue to play at you are welcome. www.chickenbonebeach.org, www.myspace.com/ideaperformingarts take care, cynthia
At 11:49am on May 12, 2010, Maureen Constanda van Gurchom said…
Hi Kevin, thanks for your nice comments. Let's say that it is going very well with my life-philosophy, multidimensional-life style of which music is a huge part. Love, Light and Passion!!
At 11:23am on March 5, 2010, Daphne Elise Vaughan said…
It seems to me that we were friends a year ago this time. Welcome back!
At 10:27am on March 5, 2010, JO TONGO said…
Greetings Kevin
Welcome back
Have a great weekend
BLESSINGS
At 7:31pm on March 4, 2010, Alice Magret Meikle said…
Let me know if you are looking for a Publicist.
At 1:42pm on March 29, 2009, Daphne Elise Vaughan said…
Musically it is inconsistent. Its not like the east coast where there are many, many venues within a two hour drive. Here there aren't many, may venues within a 6 hour drive. Its difficult to make a living. By July, I seriously hope to be in Asia, Singapore, Malaysia, etc. That is my goal for the next year or two. Consistent work, and appreciation. After that I will move back to NY.
At 5:15pm on March 27, 2009, Daphne Elise Vaughan said…
Kevin, Thanks for stopping by my page. I love that African percussion and sax combination, great lyricism. I lived in London from 96-2002. Miss my friends...
peace
At 6:02pm on May 3, 2008, kevin Haynes said…
Hi Bill thanks for the reply yes i overstand no problem,when your doing a concert in the UK again i will try and make the show and i will buy a copy of your album Fruit from the loom, just drop us a line when you know your next concert in London or if your doing any other European shows during the summer period like August/September in France or Spain maybe a could catch a show as i will be moving around France and Spain in this period if not, i pray we will connect when your in the UK again sending positive vibes blessings wishing all the best with your albums
Peace Light
Kevin
At 4:15pm on May 3, 2008, Bill Cobham said…
Hi Kevin: I just released "Fruit From the Loom" on my label CMMC. You can get the mp3 from iTunes for the moment as it is available to the public through the digital domain. I sell the cd at my concert performances since I have no distribution at the moment.
At 10:10am on April 20, 2008, Eric Daniel said…
Yeah Kevin!
At 10:21pm on April 14, 2008, Jesse Jones Jr. said…
Hello Kevin,
Man, I love what you're doing!! ...Great music! ...Great rhythm!
Jesse
At 1:31am on April 13, 2008, mikole kaar said…
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At 12:22am on March 29, 2008, Cynthia Hilts said…
Thanks, Kevin. Very interesting and stimulating vibe in your music. Cosmos. Peace, Cynthia
At 11:23pm on March 13, 2008, Cynthia Hilts said…
Oh, I like your music! Great to meet you here. Peace, Cynthia
At 3:00pm on March 7, 2008, MUSE said…
Hey there Kevin~
Welcome....welcome! Great vibesssssss....
:D
Cheryl
At 10:11am on March 4, 2008, MILTON E. RUSS II / NANTAMBU said…
HEY KEVIN

WELCOME TO THE PLACE TO BE MY BROTHER.
MY PEACE & BEST TO YOU AND GOD BLESS
MILTON
At 4:55am on March 4, 2008, Petra Caramela said…
Wow, all the fuses all the rythms, swing and african+cuban music must be cool! Put them up. Welcome and enjoy this place. I used to play alto sax looong time ago, it was too heavy and I spit in it a lot. But I fulfilled the dream! Still envy all sax players though. Good luck to you and your spouse! ;o)

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