Skip to Content Skip to Navigation

Greg Trafidlo: Guestbook

Nancy Paciga

June 25, 2018

I found you! You were at the Maurice Dickson house concert at Marian's and Dano's on June 2nd and we chatted on the deck while they were getting set up. I was there with my dear, little Mom and sister, who had traveled in from Albuquerque for a (rare) visit. Sorry we had to leave before you performed that evening! I would love to have heard you play your mandolin. Cheers, Nancy

Jimmie Landry

October 5, 2017

you should be on the cover of 'Rolling Stone'

Len Jaffe

May 11, 2017

Been out of touch musically for a,long while. Trying to decide to come back or go in another direction. Thought about you the other day and thought I'd say hello. Hope you and Judy are well.

Fayssoux starling McLean

March 17, 2015

Hey! Hope to see you again one of these days!

Kathy Moran

January 17, 2015

Just popping in to say hello!

Jonathan Paris

August 26, 2014

Pops Panczko polka- never knew it existed till today! Pretty neat when not many search that guys hijinks! Has anyone written a book on him or any short stories? Let me know or Bulldog Drummond!


July 4, 2013

Hi Greg, I am Willa from St. Cloud, fl. Are you the one that I loved long ago?

Jeanette Goodlow

September 21, 2012

Hi cuz...just found your website. Very impressive!!! VERY proud of you. Luv ya, Jeanette

Brian Sullivna

August 8, 2012

I saw you on a Youtube playing Mandolin for Tom Paxton (and his grandson!).

Ted Wagner

April 21, 2012

I had a great time playing with you and Dean last night at La Spiaza! And the CD is pretty amazing. I really love your voice, now that I've heard it up front and personal. Hope to see ~and play with~ you again soon!


December 13, 2009

Finally got a moment to open and listen through your new CD you sent me... Damn! It's hands-down the best album you've put out to date! It's really top-notch in all respects -- writing, performance, production, sonics -- everything. I really love the selection of songs and the juxtaposition of your various styles throughout, and your voice is soundin' better than ever (and you already know I'm a big fan of your singing!).

So, major congrats, Dude! Thanks for letting me be a part of it.

Azalea Music Group, Nashville

Russ Roberts

November 16, 2009

Hey Greg! Good to see you on here. Playing in Nashville anytime soon? What ever happened to Sid Crosswhite? Is he still involved in the SVSA?
Thanks & God Bless

Connie Lee

June 3, 2009

Hey Couz,

I just wanted to let you know that we are proud of you.

Steven Gray

January 12, 2009

Good website how are you? Hope still writing. Are you going to Swanni this year?

Wendy van Gulik

January 2, 2009

Hi Greg.

I miss 3rd Street Coffeehouse. I think of it often, and all you wonderful folks there! I hope to be back, this time with a few original songs, perhaps this Summer. See you then! (I hope.)

Ruth Ann

March 9, 2008

It was such a pleasure meeting you at The Sylvia - I enjoyed the music so much! Take care and look forward to seeing you again soon! David says hello!

Simon Flory

June 26, 2007

Nice to meet you at the Old Town School here in Chicago today. Thanks for the advice and can't wait to hear from you.


June 22, 2007

Beautiful site!

Daniel Pagdon

May 21, 2007

Hi,looking forward to sharing some musical good times in our backwater.If we can make you even half as welcome here as you made us feel there,we're all set for a fine weekend.

Severin Browne

January 5, 2007

Subject: Congratulations on the great CD!

Hey Greg,

I started the day today listening to your new CD for the 2nd time. It's really quite good. I've got the chorus to "Harmony" going through my head and it'll probably be there all day!

On the first listen, I didn't get the lyrics to "Christmas Pudding", but (and I don't quite understand this) as I was listening to one of the earlier songs I jumped forward and read the lyric and actually choked up when I got to the last two lines. Go figure. I thought it was well-written and wel; it got me!

Take care and thanks again for sending me the CD. Happy New Year!


Dean Milano

November 21, 2006

Hey, I can truly say I Owe This Guy!
Through his wonderful music, he inspired to get writing again and as a result, I've now completed my first CD and it wouldn't have happened without Greg's guidance and friendship.
Thanks so much buddy and keep on pickin'!

Mark Easley

September 22, 2006

Hi Greg, really enjoyed browsing your site. Keep up the great music!

Mike and Lauren

September 19, 2006

Still stuck behind Rufus, fo' shizzle. Hit the C'ville road, beeatch.

tom and emily

September 6, 2006

Great Site!!!!!
Keep up the fine work my friend.

paul Craft

June 14, 2006

Greg Trafidlo is a person of awesome magnitude. Just being in the same room with him can almost bring on to his/her/its knees in wonder. And to think I only ingratiated myself to him to get closer to Muriel Anderson. It's a strange and wonderful world in general...not today but most days. This sign-in has been fraudulent. Hi, Greg.

Kathy Moran

June 6, 2006

I have to tell you that I've spent a lot of time listening to "Old Dog, New Tracks" in the past couple of months and I'm really, really enjoying it. You and I have shared a lot of laughs and moments of learning and I truly appreciate every one, but now with some time having passed since then (too much!), I am able to have a more focused listening experience when I put your CD in. The clarity and quality of the recording stands out among my collection, everyone on the CD sounds right on the money and the harmonies don't override the lead. I've noticed that on a few songs I've heard on other CD's, that sometimes the harmony parts are recorded a little too loud, throwing the song out of balance, and it's distracting. This is really important to me since I am a harmony junkie. It's a good lesson for me to remember when I'm backing folks up onstage. Of course, I'm not a professional critic (thank God), but I wanted to make sure that I told you how much I'm enjoying the CD. It's the only one of yours that I have, so I'm looking forward to more. Having you along for the drive always brings a smile and a tear.

stephen langston

February 9, 2006


Congratulations on a very tasteful website. Everything is laid out clearly -- no unnecessary bells and whistles. I like it! The only thing I'd suggest is to lighten some of the photographs in Photoshop, or whatever graphics program you use. Some of the details are getting lost in shadows.

Steve L.

rick gordon

February 4, 2006

What a fine sight!
Debbie thinks so too.
Thank you for the props and for the linkage as well. And a belated 60th birthday (yes, I know you're THAT old:-)
Your Friend and writing buddy,

Ken Frith

February 3, 2006

Hey Greg, This last CD really turned out nice. Your Buddy, Ken