Here’s a little ditty I done did with this here deer.
“I Hope” was written by Robert Charles Guidry & Stanley Lewis.
Tim DeLaney twiddled the knobs
Filed under Looky & Lissen'
What an amazing voice and talent! Wow… Just wow!
Thank you, Rich!
Man you have a great voice. I absolutely love this song!
Atlanta native and Star Bar local now living in Jacksonville,Florida. I Hope you make it this way some time in the near future.
A big Clown with a great voice !!
Would you do more melodramatic Songs? (20’s 30’s)
or even a cover frome “My baby just cares for me”?
With friendly Greatings from Germany
You are an exceptional talent, Mr Puddles. The only name that comes to mind for me of a contemporary male performer who reaches the same levels of emotional depth with their voice is Rinde Eckert (check out his album ‘Do The Day Over’).
Any plans to return to Portland, Oregon in the not too distant future?
You rock. Would love to hear your interpretation of Candy Colored Clown.
Peace and blessings.
Beautiful. Love me some Puddles!
I took my husband and 18 yr old daughter to your Roxy show in Hollywood. They are now fans too. Great job to the Duke of Entertainment!
Please, please, please add When You Rock n Roll With Me and Blvd of Broken Dreams on itunes! You’re awesome keep belting them out!
I saw you in San Francisco and was just blown away. We took a picture together after the show, it was only later that night I realized you had made a fist in the pic like you were going to punch me! I LOVE THAT!!!! It makes me laugh every time I look at it.
I’m coming to see you again and this time Im bringing my partner and my mom (Dolly who is 88) looking forward to another incredible night. Hope to get almost punched by you again.
Hello Thomas! I would never punch you. Sometimes I squeeze a fist to stretch my hands. I get hand cramps from carrying that heavy suitcase everywhere. Tell Dolly I said howdy.
Dearest Mister Puddles,
I JUST missed you in San Fransissyco, but shan’t do so the next time ’round. Until then, keep the pity pouring out. It is part of your Goddess-given uniqueness … along with that exquisite voice.
Yours in agony (and occasional ecstasy [no capital E]),
Love it. You have helped me overcome my disabling fear of clowns, too.
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