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289) Peter Samuelson 
Location: Gothenburg
Thursday, 16 July 2015 09:56 AM  Write a comment

Dear Roger,

Now having read Mike's memoirs - a very good book - also very personal touch. So many nice memories coming back. Me and my wife visited Liverpool in June - now a really nice place.

But as in Gothenburg where we live it could be a 'rough' place in the 60s, not just for the weather and shipyards. Gothenburg also was the home of many later well established pop groups, not just The Spotnicks.

Please send Mike my regards, I really enjoyed the book.

Enjoy a nice summer!
Peter Samuelson

288) Steve n. 
Location: Baltimore , Md.
Saturday, 4 July 2015 05:55 PM  Write a comment

Mike, I saw you during the British Invasion tour in Annapolis, Md. You still sound fantastic, and your songs will live on forever. Hope that you come back soon.

Location: UK
Thursday, 2 July 2015 09:05 AM  Write a comment

I do really appreciate and enjoy all of your work specially your website...!

286) Roger 
Location: Kent
Friday, 29 May 2015 10:54 AM  Write a comment

Hi Mike,

Once again many thanks for doing the show with us on Saturday. It was an absolute pleasure for us to have you and May there and I sincerely hope that you enjoyed it too.

Certainly the audience did, that is only the second time we have seen a standing ovation, and the feedback has been overwhelming

Kind Regards and Deep Respect

285) Lee Johnson 
Location: US (Pennsylvania)
Thursday, 21 May 2015 02:01 PM  Write a comment

Mike, I saw your show with the British Invasion tour her a few months ago. What a great time. Just wanted you to know how much we love the music. Great memories. Keep doing what you are doing. We love you guys.

Lee and Mary Johnson

284) Roger 
Location: The Fan Club
Wednesday, 29 April 2015 10:31 AM  Write a comment

In reply to Scott Paton, regarding Mike's autobiography, I do appreciate that the cost of shipping makes the purchase a bit 'pricey'.

We are looking at distribution in the USA and it is likely that in the coming months something like Amazon, or indeed Amazon, may be an outlet.

283) John 
Location: Castle Douglas
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 03:32 PM  Write a comment

I was lucky enough to see Mike in Glasgow on April 21st as part of the Solid Silver 60s' show and he was sensational as always and sang stunning versions of 'Solitaire' and 'Four Strong Winds' as well as the famous Searchers' Hits. He is still in fine voice.

If you are in touch with Mike periodically, please tell him how much his music has meant to his fans over the years and beg him not to retire.

After a glittering career he deserves to put his feet up but please beg him not to stop touring and to come back to Scotland to perform again. Up here we love him and his music.


282) Scott Paton 
Location: Baltimore-Washington, DC
Monday, 27 April 2015 05:44 PM  Write a comment


Glad you're hale and hearty and still entertaining the masses. Sure wish you'd work on putting together a tour of the States.

Congrats on publishing your autobiography. Any chance of making it available via Amazon? The combined purchase and shipping prices will make it a bit pricey for overseas fans. Amazon's cap on shipping would certainly result in increased sales for you and greater affordability for fans.

Best wishes to you and your family,

Scott Paton

281) Pam 
Location: Worcestershire
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 10:11 PM  Write a comment

Would like to say how much we enjoyed the show in Swansea and speaking to you afterwards.

280) Jane Taylor 
Location: -
Monday, 13 April 2015 10:08 PM  Write a comment

I hope you are well and had a good Easter.

Could I please say how much I enjoyed reading Mike's book and how interesting it was and an eye opener too. Mike has been very clever in having "other" interests that have given himself and his wife and family financial security. I bet other people wished they had been that wise to prepare for the future.

Thanks for everything and long live 60's music.
Love Jane

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