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  • ££ Dan
    ££ Dan Pittsburgh PA
    Hey CC! What an AWESOME show tonight from City Winery in Nashville…I was there in spirit and through the magic of livestream. Just had to let you know that “Easy From Now On” never sounded better! “I fell in love” with that song all over again! Keep “rockin’ like hell”! XOXOXO

    Hey CC! What an AWESOME show tonight from City Winery in Nashville…I was there in spirit and through the magic of livestream. Just had to let you know that “Easy From Now On” never sounded better! “I fell in love” with that song all over again!

    Keep “rockin’ like hell”!
    XOXOXO

  • Pär Eriksson
    Pär Eriksson Sweden
    Hello Carlene, when i was 5 years old in 1975 my father got the album "At San Quentin by Johnny Cash" as an gift from an friend and since then i've been hooked by Johnny Cash and thru that i also have heard your dear mother June Carter and mother Maybelle and the sisters sing on his albums especially Anita, she had an wonderful voice. And strangly this year 2021 i got interested if there was any albums with the Carter Family without Johnny Cash and yes i bought 5 Hi-Res "Carter Family" albums online = Travelin' Minstrel Band (1972) - 3 Generations (1974) - The Best Of The Carter Family (1965) - The Carter Family Sings (The Country Album) (1967) - Country's First Family (1976) ---> and Anita Carter - Songs Old And New (2010). Today i bought ;) " Carlene Carter - Carter Girl (2014) ". I just fell in love with your album and voice, - WOW how could i have missed your albums ;) (5 star rating from me) ! Btw the song I Ain’t Gonna Work Tomorrow, how can Cash and the sisters be on that song, is' it an re-recorded version? I listen to both Johnny Cash & The Carter Family, especially in the evening and leaving the music on all night at low volume, so i both fall into sleep and wake-up with Carters & Cash music..... Kind regards & love, Pär

    Hello Carlene, when i was 5 years old in 1975 my father got the album "At San Quentin by Johnny Cash" as an gift from an friend and since then i've been hooked by Johnny Cash and thru that i also have heard your dear mother June Carter and mother Maybelle and the sisters sing on his albums especially Anita, she had an wonderful voice.
    And strangly this year 2021 i got interested if there was any albums with the Carter Family without Johnny Cash and yes i bought 5 Hi-Res "Carter Family" albums online = Travelin' Minstrel Band (1972) - 3 Generations (1974) - The Best Of The Carter Family (1965) - The Carter Family Sings (The Country Album) (1967) - Country's First Family (1976) ---> and Anita Carter - Songs Old And New (2010).
    Today i bought wink " Carlene Carter - Carter Girl (2014) ".
    I just fell in love with your album and voice, - WOW how could i have missed your albums wink (5 star rating from me) !
    Btw the song I Ain’t Gonna Work Tomorrow, how can Cash and the sisters be on that song, is' it an re-recorded version?

    I listen to both Johnny Cash & The Carter Family, especially in the evening and leaving the music on all night at low volume, so i both fall into sleep and wake-up with Carters & Cash music.....

    Kind regards & love,
    Pär

  • Carlo martini
    Carlo martini Nashville
    Dear carlene Writing you as your fan I enjoy your voice music Had honor to sing on same shows events back in late 70s with your father and became friends Was honor I won’t forget Ciao your fan always Carlo Martini https://www.reverbnation.com/theitaliancountry

    Dear carlene
    Writing you as your fan I enjoy your voice music
    Had honor to sing on same shows events back in late 70s with your father and became friends
    Was honor I won’t forget
    Ciao your fan always Carlo Martini https://www.reverbnation.com/theitaliancountry

  • Maury May
    Maury May Westport MA
    Hi Carlene, I have discovered you on YouTube in the last couple of years. I love your hits from the early 1990s, same era as one of my favorites, Suzy Bogguss. Also, I have been a fan of the Carter Family since 1963 and even talked with your great-aunt Mother Maybelle at the Newport Folk Festival of 1964. (She complained about the photo on the cover of her then-recent LP on the Smash label.) I can't wait for you to get on the road again. Up here in New England we are getting vaccinated and getting brave. Let me know if you are coming up this way anytime soon and I will definitely drive to your show. And I need to ask, do you do private house concerts? Maury May/Westport Point MA/mauriceedwardmay@gmail.com.

    Hi Carlene, I have discovered you on YouTube in the last couple of years. I love your hits from the early 1990s, same era as one of my favorites, Suzy Bogguss. Also, I have been a fan of the Carter Family since 1963 and even talked with your great-aunt Mother Maybelle at the Newport Folk Festival of 1964. (She complained about the photo on the cover of her then-recent LP on the Smash label.) I can't wait for you to get on the road again. Up here in New England we are getting vaccinated and getting brave. Let me know if you are coming up this way anytime soon and I will definitely drive to your show. And I need to ask, do you do private house concerts? Maury May/Westport Point MA/mauriceedwardmay@gmail.com.

  • Jeff Gibson
    Jeff Gibson Cary, NC
    You have touched my life with your songs and beauty since the early 1980's. I went through a hard time in the mid 80's and I remember listening to your songs. They gave me so much comfort. Then in the 90's I lived in far southwest Virginia. I learned much about the Carter family and of course you are my favorite. Now, I'm a 67 year old fan with stage 4 cancer. You are as beautiful as ever and I still listen to your songs for comfort. Your "Lonesome Valley" gives me strength. I just want to say "thank you Carlene", you are right, your body is only a suitcase for your soul.... From a friend, with affection. Jeff

    You have touched my life with your songs and beauty since the early 1980's. I went through a hard time in the mid 80's and I remember listening to your songs. They gave me so much comfort. Then in the 90's I lived in far southwest Virginia. I learned much about the Carter family and of course you are my favorite. Now, I'm a 67 year old fan with stage 4 cancer. You are as beautiful as ever and I still listen to your songs for comfort. Your "Lonesome Valley" gives me strength. I just want to say "thank you Carlene", you are right, your body is only a suitcase for your soul....
    From a friend, with affection.
    Jeff

  • Bonnie Liebmann
    Bonnie Liebmann Stoughton Wi
    Loved your concert and what a pleasure it was to meet you.

    Loved your concert and what a pleasure it was to meet you.

  • Chris
    Chris Terre haute indiana
    If you ever need a bass player ....chessmaker1@yahoo.com.

    If you ever need a bass player ....chessmaker1@yahoo.com.

  • Bob
    Bob Chicagoland
    Miss seeing you, I know we all do. Just saw a show by Tristen at the 5Spot on StageIt and it was great, very well done, sound was great. I know you did a show on Facebook or something but I missed it. Have you considered StageIt at a venue like the 5Spot?

    Miss seeing you, I know we all do. Just saw a show by Tristen at the 5Spot on StageIt and it was great, very well done, sound was great. I know you did a show on Facebook or something but I missed it. Have you considered StageIt at a venue like the 5Spot?

  • Lee Lee Koss
    Lee Lee Koss Flautalee@icloud.com
    I’d like to buy the sheet music for “Me and the Wildwood Rose!” I lost a sister, too, and I am a fan. I’ll pay for eprint. Best, Lee Lee Koss

    I’d like to buy the sheet music for “Me and the Wildwood Rose!” I lost a sister, too, and I am a fan. I’ll pay for eprint.

    Best,
    Lee Lee Koss

  • Alex Murphy
    Alex Murphy Niles Michigan
    Carlene Carter dear, have you seen the 1980 Clint Eastwood comedy any which way you can dear? My favorite scene was the barroom fight scene dear does Clint Eastwood's character Philo beddoe win or lose his barroom brawl dear?

    Carlene Carter dear, have you seen the 1980 Clint Eastwood comedy any which way you can dear? My favorite scene was the barroom fight scene dear does Clint Eastwood's character Philo beddoe win or lose his barroom brawl dear?