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Robert Case from Euclid, OH wrote on May 24, 2023 at 7:42 am
I start every day by watching the Cowsills video on you tube. I love โ€œthe rain, the park and other thingsโ€. It cheers me up. I suffer from MS and treatment resistant depression. This video/song reminds me of my life as a happy go lucky kid in the 60s. You are awesome! Love you guys!
Joanne from Mesa wrote on May 21, 2023 at 8:52 am
Omg Peter Noon appeared at the Epcot Center and he was so much fun. You guys are gonna have a great time with him. Also does he drink from the Dick Clark water well! He looks terrific.btw I just told my cousins in CT your tour is coming to Oakdale on July 29th. I will see you guys (and Susan) in Scottsdale, AZ on July 14th. I can't wait! HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUSAN.
Tim from Corkill wrote on May 20, 2023 at 12:01 pm
Happy Birthday SUSAN!!!
Hoping You have a great day! And that Iโ€™ll get see You, or The Cowsills, sometime/somewhere soon in/near central CA!
(hint: the Vina Robles winery near Paso Robles has a great venue! ๐ŸŽต๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜„)
Note: Iโ€™m about 3-yrs. 5-mos. older than you, but remember well the televised performances that The Cowsills did between โ€˜67 & โ€˜69; had a huge pup-โค crush on Ya, & really envied your rockinโ€™ dance moves โ€” still do! ๐Ÿ˜‚
Bob Grenier from Tavares wrote on May 20, 2023 at 7:24 am
Happy Birthday to you!
Happy Birthday to you!
Happy Birthday Dear Susan!
Happy Birthday to YOU
Great Big Hug!
Joanne from Mesa wrote on May 18, 2023 at 9:06 pm
Happy Birthday to Susan Cowsill, soon. And really excited that you will be appearing in Phoenix. AZ. In July. Prepare for the heat. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ Joanne
Linda and Tomm Sprick from New Milford, CT wrote on May 9, 2023 at 6:16 pm
Dear Susan, Paul and Bob: Having seen the green vinyl of the new album on the Flower Power Cruise, we couldn't wait for RSD 2023...only to find we could not locate a copy here in CT. Fast forward a few weeks and we scored a copy in Newnan, GA. Love all the songs and, re: one that triggered a memory, parts of "Katrina" evoked memories of the Moody Blues' "Nights in White Satin." Hope to see you all soon. We won't make the 2024 Flower Power Cruise, but maybe we'll see you embarking while we're disembarking the Rock & Romance Cruise...or at a Happy Together concert. Stay healthy and keep on rockin'.

All the best!
Phyllis Moss from ROCKINGHAM NC wrote on April 23, 2023 at 12:15 pm
Susan, Russ and Paul. Please read a message my daughter left you. Paul the message was originally left to Lou Ann Cowsill.
Craig Stotler from Martinsburg wrote on April 22, 2023 at 1:15 pm
Got Mine!!!!!! Love the green vinyl!
Love you guys!
Susan, you're my favorite female voice of all time!

Harold Gemmell from Great Falls wrote on April 14, 2023 at 10:02 am
I just finished watching Family Band: The Cowsills Story. I will forever remember you for โ€œThe Rain, the Park and Other Thingsโ€, certainly part of my personal soundtrack from the times and still in heavy rotation when Iโ€™m riding. Bless you all and keep on truckinโ€™!
Daniel Arventos from Agawam ma wrote on April 10, 2023 at 7:41 pm
Rock legends cruise 2024 is still booking acts. They need you ! Would love to see the Cowsills on the cruise.
Karen Bomar from LaSalle wrote on April 4, 2023 at 7:56 pm
Just wanted to let you all know that I very much enjoyed your shows on the Flower Power Cruise. I have never seen your group play live. You were the great surprise band of our trip.
I also loved Indian Lake and it is my favorite.
Henry Smith from Baltimore wrote on April 1, 2023 at 9:18 am
... just a quick observation or two on the miraculous concerts by The Cowsills on the recently-completed Flower Power Cruise. During a Q&A panel with Bob, Paul, Susan and others, I believe it was Coco Dolenz (or perhaps Micky) who made some very astute observations on the musical phenomenon known as "blood harmony;" namely, that when family members sing together there are detectable resonances created "between" the sung parts that are DNA-related and create the impression of a fuller sound/more voices. I've been pondering -- without appropriate descriptive words -- this phenomenon since I first heard "Don't Worry Baby" in 1964, and then when subsequently listening to additional Beach Boys and Bee Gees vocals, and then with The Cowsills (on steroids -- just listen to We Can Fly)! After the provocative Dolenz remarks, I really bore-down in my listening at the next Cowsills show on the pool deck and I think I heard "seven" singers: Bob, Paul, Susan, the spaces filled by blood harmony between each of them in every combination, and the "one voice" that the combination created. Absolutely pure magic -- especially with each of the three of them in the best voice I've ever heard from them (and that's really saying something). And, of course, The Cowsills records have the secret sauce of multiple genders and generations in the mix (not to mention the two sons/nephews adding their musical input in the back line in the current stage shows)! If you haven't seen The Cowsills, and you love music, move mountains to do so. (And, unrelated: I was grateful to be able to mention briefly to at least Susan and Bob my awe and admiration for them, not just because of their impossible musical greatness but also because of their towering bravery, strength and beauty in sharing their story with us in their documentary. Starting my re-listening of their entire catalog now!
Keith from Cranbrook BC (Canada) wrote on March 26, 2023 at 3:43 pm
This is a mash note to y'all, but I'd be a putz not to let you know how much my family (two 60s children and our adult son and daughter) are groovin' to your vibes. My wife Susi put it best..."You know how with most celebs, the more you get to know about them the less you admire them? " But we are all obsessed with anything Cowsill these days. I bought your live concert album in a used record store and had someone transfer it to CD so we can listen in the car. Susi just bought your Rythym of the World CD so we can listen to it on our move to Vancouver Island. We all agree that your cover tunes sound as good as the originals and your original tunes have a fresh youthful sound that feels like a warm embrace from old friends. Maybe your secret is that you guys may get knocked down but you don't stay down. Our shaky old planet needs your vibe more than ever. If you get a petition up for a Rock and Roll HOF induction, you've got four signatures from the Lowe family. Keep up the happy vibes we all love you!
Best wishes for another 20 years of hits!
Dean Hendrix from Statesboro, Ga. wrote on March 15, 2023 at 10:37 am
Just wanted to say hey and thank y'all for coming out with Rhythm Of The World! I just got the cd a couple of days ago and have already listened to it three times. I don't know when I've been so excited about a musical purchase. Without elaborating I'll just say that every aspect of it is fantastic! I sure hope you release more in the future. All of you are appreciated very much.
Tom Roach from Jasper, Indiana wrote on March 14, 2023 at 7:57 pm
HAPPY - Very BELATED - Birthday!!
Never Stop Rockn'!
Warmest Regards,
Tom Roach
& Producer for The Pat Boone Hour Radio
Bob Grenier from Tavares, Florida wrote on March 2, 2023 at 4:08 pm
Greetings! We saw the Beach Boys at the Sharon Performing Arts Center in The Villages last week. John sang lead on one song. He has a fantastic voice. We hoped heโ€™d sing lead on a couple others. Looking forward to the Happy Together tour. Big hug Susan!
Godspeed on your travels.
Liz R from Chicago wrote on March 2, 2023 at 1:56 pm
Happiest of Birthdays, John. Thank for you for many years of music and memories. ๐ŸŽ๐Ÿ˜Š
Joanne E. frazier from Mesa wrote on March 2, 2023 at 11:33 am
Can you guys get some of the performers from the Cruise to come on you podcasts? And Lou Christie and Little Anthony. These are terrific histories of rock n roll and definitely your audience would love to hear the more personal stories that you tend to receive from your interviews.
Joanne E. frazier from Mesa wrote on March 2, 2023 at 11:20 am
Happy Birthday John๐Ÿ
Barb from Elizabeth, CO wrote on March 1, 2023 at 10:00 pm
Happy Birthday, John! I hope you have a great day celebrating with family, friends, and fans! Rock on!
Joanne Frazier from MESA wrote on February 24, 2023 at 2:34 pm
Would you ever do a tour in Hawaii? I have an idea for a non-profit organization fundraiser which may be near and dear to your hearts. I will send an email. xoxoxo
Joanne Frazier from MESA wrote on February 24, 2023 at 2:32 pm
Hello Cowsil Family. I will not be in Florida next month. ๐Ÿ˜ข However, I will be in Prescott, AZ in July when you will be appearing with the Happy Together Tour. Last minute work had to change my schedule. Luckily for me that I live in Arizona and we have the Cactus League Spring Training starting this Saturday in Mesa, AZ. Play Ball! Red Sox Nation spoken here. ๐Ÿ˜
Danny Johnson from Ramsey wrote on February 8, 2023 at 7:45 am
Wow. Played Rhythm of the World in my English class this morning (high school teacher) and it was well received. I sure know I enjoyed it and am delighted you are still pushing the sound. We need it.
Jim Shannon from Canton Ohio wrote on January 30, 2023 at 1:19 pm
The Palace Theatre in downtown Canton, your once hometown has featured many groups, including Chicago and more. Would be great to see you here !
Joanne E. frazier from Mesa wrote on January 28, 2023 at 5:49 pm
Great to hear from Steve from Rhode Island's own! Hey love to hear an interview with you guys and Todd Rundgren. Wow his 70s hits are so relevant to your new album songs. He lives in Hawaii, but am sure you guys can get him on zoom. He is also still touring. Hope to see you guys in Florida or Arizona!