Thursday, July 28, 2005

Extended Family By Dorothy McGuinn

I would like to start a blog entitled "Roger's Mom". So many of the "kids" from the 60s seem to remember me, and I'd like to be in touch with them. They've all turned out pretty well, I think. Sort of an extended family.

11 Comments:

At 2:35 AM, Blogger Roger McGuinn said...

Hello Roger's Mom.

Great to see this blog up and running! I hope all your "kids" from the Byrds Fan Club get in touch with you here.

Jimmy

 
At 10:55 AM, Blogger peter a said...

hi rogers mom,
Ihope that I can be one of the first"kids" to say hello.I live in north shields in england close to newcastle and can tell you that a lot of rogers fans are waiting for him to come back and see us-I have just started to read the blog site he and camilla have set up so hope to keep up with their travels
hope you are well.be in touch soon
best regards
peter a

 
At 1:28 AM, Blogger Jules said...

Hello -

I was a very young "kid" in the 60s, so only discovered the Byrds later in life. Now I'm a devoted fan. I live in New Zealand, and it would be great to see Roger in this part of the world sometime. I've been reading the blog site he set up, and am finding it very interesting.

I hope you had a wonderful birthday!

Jules K

 
At 2:53 PM, Blogger Bruce Kula said...

Dorothy,

I guess this is the 2005 equivalent of your kitchen table, huh?

I didn't know you in the '60s (so far as I remember), but I'm happy to know you now. You're so cutting edge!

B.

 
At 6:46 AM, Blogger Marshall Stambovsky,MD said...

Dear Dorothy, I'm so glad you enjoyed your birthday goodies.As Camilla said, we'll be here to celebrate 100!Hope to visit AZ sometime.Best to Brian. ;>) marsh

 
At 1:25 PM, Blogger Linda Berris said...

Dorothy McGuinn is one of the alltime coolest women I have ever known--and I've known her for a long long time! I was one of the very lucky teenagers who spent time at her house on those sunny Saturday afternnoons, chatting about music, life, and everything in between!! She was the warmest, most progressive and open-minded adult I knew, and she made a lasting impression on me. I'm not surprised that at 95+ she's still rarin' to go!! Great to see you here, Dorothy!
Love, Linda

 
At 9:31 AM, Blogger Dan said...

Hello Roger's mom,
Thanks for Roger, I am lucky to see him play in Sarasota in January. First row center seats. WOW.
Wishing you and your Family a very happy holiday season.
Dan in Tampa

 
At 10:58 AM, Blogger jhonny boy said...

hey mom hows it going being fucked by all of thougs ppl hahahaha i love you mom even thoug im like your 100th kid and all and you probaly love your earlyr kids more hows working on colfax

 
At 2:12 PM, Blogger Richie said...

Peace and heterosexual love to all

 
At 6:38 PM, Blogger SocialMediaChampion said...

Hello Dorothy, aka Roger's Mom,
I've been following Roger and the Byrd's music since the 60's and have enjoyed every minute of it. Roger's Back From Rio CD that came out in the early 90's is also a favorite.
I had the pleasure of hearing Roger when he came to Richmond,Va and played a small venue - Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center a few months ago. It was awesome show and Roger shared some great stories about Bob Dylan and the late great Gram Parsons. Sounds like you're having fun with Twitter. Here's the link to Alex Griffiths' Twitter guide - http://blog.alexgriffiths.info/index.php?s=twitter+guide Check the Thought leaders and Twitter tools. All the best to you on Twitter. You rock, Dorothy... you, too, Roger!

Until the next tweet,
dwestjr from Richmond, Va

 
At 1:32 PM, Blogger Lois said...

Hi, Roger's Mom - better remembered to me as Dotty.
I remember all the visits with my parents (Anita and John) on Division Street and in Evanston. I saw Roger perform at Cain Park in Cleveland 2 years ago but was unable to cut through all the security to say hello. Found some old pictures, Jimmy's birth announcement, etc. that made me think of all of you. Et voilĂ , here you are in cyberspace.
Best to you,
Lois

 

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