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steve Potocin from Westlake wrote on August 26, 2021 at 12:55 am:
Happy Birthday Bob, thanks for so much great music, and can't wait for the new album!
Colleen Crawford from Dallas wrote on August 26, 2021 at 12:48 am:
Sending Birthday Blessings to you Bob! Thank you so much for bringing so much joy to us. Everytime I play your songs I smile and sing along
Karen Curtner from Franklinton,La. wrote on August 26, 2021 at 12:37 am:
enly Birthday Wish for Richard, too!
Happy Happy Birthday to you!
Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday Dear Bob & Richard! Happy Birthday to you!
Cuz, Karen Curtner
Theresa from Fort William First Nation Ontario Canada wrote on August 26, 2021 at 12:33 am:
Happy Birthday Bob … have a rockin celebration
Nick from Bridgeport, PA wrote on August 26, 2021 at 12:17 am:
Happy birthday!
Frieda Thompson from Ringgold wrote on August 25, 2021 at 11:58 pm:
Hi again! This site must be in mountain time zone, b/c I actually wrote my greeting ON Bob's birthday! At about 0250! I wrote on the FB Group page just after midnight. My Mama's birthday was Jan 1st, so we ALWAYS stayed up waiting for midnight to come so that we could wish her Happy Birthday just as it began! So that feels normal!
Frieda Thompson from Ringgold wrote on August 25, 2021 at 11:52 pm:
Many Happy, Happy Birthday Wishes for you Bob, & a Happy Heavenly Birthday Wish for Richard, too!

🎼🎶 Happy Birthday to you!
🎵Happy Birthday to you!
🎶Happy Birthday Dear Bob & Richard! 🎵Happy Birthday to you!🎶
Love ya! 💜
Ed from Stow, Oh wrote on August 15, 2021 at 8:52 pm:
Just came home from the "Happy Together Tour" (Akron: 8-18-21). Back in 1967, The Rain, The Park And Other Things was my favorite song. Unfortunately, we were so poor I could not afford the $0.69 (local discount store) to purchase it. Now, 54 years later, I get to hear them perform it live. Oh how I love the USA!

My take on the concert: Cowsills were the first act. All I can say is, "They saved the BEST ACT for first!"
Kimberly from Kettering wrote on August 12, 2021 at 5:48 am:
Saw the “Happy Together Tour,” last night at Fraze Pavilion.
All the performers were great, however the Cowsills stood out for their energetic performance, fabulous musical talents and their ability to keep the audience thoroughly engaged. Plus they looked like they were having a good time. Each song brought me back to a specific time in my life.
Thanks for the memories.
Keep on performing.
gary parson from Clarksville wrote on August 7, 2021 at 12:16 am:
I saw The Cowsills last night at the beautiful Paramount Theater in Cedar Rapids for the second time on their "Happy Together" Tour. All the acts were great but The Cowsills were tops. The vocals were amazing, their performance full of energy and the response from the crowd showed how much we love them and their music.
Tim from Gilbertsville, PA wrote on July 29, 2021 at 10:01 am:
Great concert last night in Quakertown. Thank you!
Ben Warfield from Charlotte, Michigan wrote on July 25, 2021 at 3:35 pm:
I was only 5 in 1967 when "The Rain, the Park, and Other Things" was popular. I always thought the song was called "I Love the Flower Girl."
in 2016, I bought a 1976 Seeburg "Sunstar" jukebox, and it is now fully functional. The very first record I played on it was "The Rain, the Park, and Other Things" (the reissue on Polydor Timepieces with "Hair" on the B-side, especially since that reissue is in stereo and it's a stereo machine). Now if I can figure out how to dub my CD copy of The Best of the Cowsills onto my phone, it'll be the first album I'll play on my new 2020 Chevy Sonic RS hatchback's stereo.
Thanks for the great music and memories!
J Newkirk from DFW area wrote on July 23, 2021 at 11:00 am:
I have send the documentary about the Cowsolls 3 time now. Since was born in 1968 and my older sisters are more closer to the Cowsills age.They would definitely have been exposed to your music back then. But I have always had a connect with music pop, classic rock new wave , modern grunge classical But I fine the the songs that Bill and Bob wrote have depth and meaning putting the the harmonies of Paul ,Barry Susan John drumming gfantastic has spoke to me. Especially Sone Hood Years , and the opening song from the beginning of the movie. Please keep singing and writing music you deserve to be I. Tbe Rock n Roll Hall of Fame
Linda Karavokiros from New Port Richey, FL wrote on July 16, 2021 at 5:21 pm:
I am really enjoying your podcast! I loved the Cowsills ever since I was a teen (boy did I have a major crush on Paul)🥰
and still think y'all are a cool band! I was so excited when I saw on Facebook about the Happy Together tour but I saw it to late because you already came to Florida. I am hoping you come to Florida next year!
Keith Hunter from Martinsville, IN wrote on July 12, 2021 at 2:53 pm:
Read that ya'll were coming to Indianapolis this summer and would love to see you.
Karen Perkins from Rapid City, SD wrote on July 1, 2021 at 3:45 pm:
I am really enjoying your podcast! Can your albums be found anywhere? I'm having trouble finding them for my iPod. Love hearing you guys and the guests you've had on the show. Thank you!!
Kevin Mekeel from Ridgecrest (China Lake) CA wrote on June 24, 2021 at 1:18 pm:
This is a shout-out to the Cowsills but specifically to John. Growing up in NJ, I was 6 years old when I saw their Ed Sullivan appearance and John playing the drums. I asked my parents to get me a drum kit like his. They bought me a play kit that christmas and I was on my way. Ringo and charlie watts came a but later but it was seeing john that got me fired up to drums.
Mike Baker from Alamogordo wrote on June 23, 2021 at 11:21 am:
I live your POD cast I stumbled across your pod cast when I was looking up your songs from the 60s. I'm a month older than Susan and was just getting into music when I heard you all on Ed Sullivan. I've been diving into everything I can find on you all including watching your documentary and the extra material yesterday. No one in my family bis musically inclined however the issues with a parent in this case my mom resonated with me.

Anyway I'm so happy to have found your podcast and being able to listen to your music again. If you all play within a 8 hour drive of Alamogordo, NM I'm there!

Wish the Cowsill family great success!!
Kim A Lucente from Massachusetts wrote on May 31, 2021 at 12:34 pm:
I would 'never' had known that was actually up and running, had I not tuned in to the Podcast!! Yayyy for YOU! 😍 I'm so happy for any and all good fortune that comes your way. You certainly work so very hard to keep it all going! 😍 My 1st and greatest love, The Cowsills! 😍 I'm looking forward to seeing y'all on the road!! 😍 So...until well!! 💋✌️✌️
Louis Lewis from Chicago wrote on May 26, 2021 at 8:37 am:
The Cowsills music was pretty much the first music I heard and loved. Born in 66. My sister was in love with Paul and Bob, and of course I had a mad crush on lovely Susan. I cannot believe how great you guys still sound! I watched you on Huckabee's show and was astounded. I am hoping to catch the Happy Together tour since I am also a lover of the other musicians, especially Flo & Eddie / Turtles. Keep it up. We love you.
old guy from memphis wrote on May 24, 2021 at 1:26 pm:
Your music was a big part of my teens. Thanks!
Tom Ridgeway from Dublin, Ireland wrote on May 20, 2021 at 5:32 am:
Hi guys, greetings from Ireland 🇮🇪! 🙂 I just came across your music recently. Really enjoy it! Keep up the good work 😊😊
Ps Just want to wish Susan a very Happy Birthday today ... especially as we have a shared birthday! 💐
Sandie Mcmillon from Sequim wrote on May 15, 2021 at 4:30 pm:
God bless you and your family. I just finished watching a 90 minute documentary about your really broke my heart. Especially Susan, when she told about when she was 11 and the part about her dad trying to have his way with her. What a horrible dad he was. Your remaining family members seem grounded and very close knit. All of you seem genuine and I am totally impressed. So much talent in one family. ❤🙏
Kevin Flynn from Huntington Beach, California 92648 wrote on April 21, 2021 at 11:49 am:
I will keep this short and sweet. Your an awesome band. I haven't heard voices collectively melt into the instruments that you achieved. I have been rock'in on my drums for decades. Your drummer John, when I heard how proficient he was by the age of 11/12 it took me to another level of thought. This guy rocks, and he doesn't need a drum roll assistance. Lastly, though I know it is probably impossible. I have read a lot aout your nuclear family. Out of all Susan and I have experienced similar life circumstances. I was the last child. A lot springs forward from there. If she could touch my heart by email, was a school counselor, and retired as one. Thank You all for listening.
Joseph Knell from San Diego wrote on March 6, 2021 at 9:56 am:
I remembered your song The Park, but never knew you were the inspiration for The Partridge Family. I loved that song. I'm sorry for all the abuse you had to experience because of your father's alcoholism and military background. So much of that was hidden back then, even in non- famous families like mine. I'm glad you had each other and your music to weather that storm. It shows in the joy you express in your performances. The sad thing is it passes on to subsequent generations (RIP Bill, Barry, Richard). I'm glad you were able to transform that trauma and still enjoy writing and performing. Keep it up. A Fellow Adult Child. Namaste, Joe Knell