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Johnm:
Hi all,
I have a new website up now, www.johnmillerguitar.com.  Take a look, if you wish, and let me know what you think.  I'm trying to make an effort to move into the 20th century, now that we're in the 21st.  Thanks for your time.
all best,
Johnm

Slack:
Johnm the website looks terrific - welcome to the 20th century!  :D

Gotta admit I'm a little embarrassed to see my name in your bio as there are so many folks who contribute to weeniecampbell, but I'm really glad weeniecampbell renewed your interest in country blues -- we have all benefited greatly from that stroke of luck, fate or serendipity!

Always your pal!
JohnD

Bald Melon Jefferson:
Very nice.


What Slack said, thanks.
Gary


It's the 21st century? Oh man....somebody shoulda woke me!

Bob B:
Great job, John.  It's good to see your well thought out, tasteful site.

Duck Baker's quote really gets to the crux of the matter.  It is what all Weenies and John's long time fans have known for years--this is a musician of great versatility, knowledge and deserves to be heard by a larger audience.

Mighty fine

Bob B

Johnm:
Thanks very much for your good words, John D.  I meant what I said about Weenie Campbell over at my website and also your role in it.  You're right, there have been so many people who have contributed so much to the site, but I think your vision for the site has consistently been so inclusive and welcoming and far-sighted with regard to possibilities for movement into new areas for the site.  I wish I could claim to have been as far-sighted, but it hasn't always been the case.  Weenie Campbell has been a strong positive aspect in my life for a number of years now, and the feeling of being part of this community means a lot to me, as does the idea of having friends I have never met in person.  I guess that's a 21st century phenomenon!  Always a pal sounds pretty great to me, and back at you on that one!
Thanks also, Gary and Bob for the good words.  I'm trying to conduct my professional life in such a way as to maximize opportunities.  It feels better to be more active and to try to develop some positive momentum.  Thanks for your encouragement.
All best,
Johnm

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