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Name: Jeff B.
Time: 2017-04-23 13:14:28
Comments: Fantastic show in Redding
Time: 2016-07-03 21:14:02
Comments: Loved you guys today in Gareagle! You never cease to amaze me! Keep up the good work!!
Name: Connie M.
Time: 2015-08-01 13:24:58
Comments: Enjoyed you immensely on 7-31, at the Solano County Fair!! Hope to see you again next year!!
Name: Laura Lee
Time: 2015-06-27 12:56:04
Comments: I tried and I tried to raise my son right. Barely out of school and the kid goes and lands in Prison, Ophir Prison no less! Now I know he's hit Rock Bottom. At least he still gets to play music. I hear that can redeem the soul. We'll see!
Time: 2015-05-21 18:29:06
Comments: So are we Darlene... so are we...
Name: DARLENE DOSS
From: Rocklin, CA
Time: 2015-05-21 12:27:03
Comments: So disappointed you all are not at the Sacramento Music Festival!!
Name: Jason Fesler
Website: Missing you at the Sac Music Festival
Time: 2015-05-03 14:12:41
Comments: I'm looking over the artist list for the Sacramento Music Festival. Imagine my shock to see you guys missing on the list!
Name: Rich "escargo" Manning
From: The Pen @ Cape Foulweather, Oregon,USA
Time: 2015-01-17 13:51:14
Comments: What's with all the white facial hair?
Lost my ophishal OPMKB&TS,LMTD secret decoder ring (password), please remit a new one in plain envelope 8)
Name: Marty & Lisa
Website: My Dog
From: Florida State Prison, Raiford
Time: 2014-09-14 18:03:39
Comments: Caught you in Nevada,CA. Glad they let you out.
From: my mother
Time: 2013-05-22 23:52:41
Comments: Are you guys really real?
Name: Brian Clark
From: Hermosa Beach, CA
Time: 2013-04-29 14:15:26
Comments: Great job you guys!
Time: 2013-01-01 17:07:13
Comments: As one of the original "guards", it's hard to believe you guys are actually still around roaming freely within society. Keep it up.
Name: Gordon Heldebrant
From: Fuquay Varina, NC
Time: 2012-08-20 12:53:10
Comments: The band has come along way since the Santa Rosa parade and "borrowing" instruments from Holloway. Congrats for your success.
Name: Ed Koons
Time: 2012-07-06 04:37:14
Comments: I just wrote a long comment, but lost it because i missed a required field.
Anyway, I enjoyed the 7/4/12 performance at the fairgrounds and was pleasantly surprised that your band is not just a joke, but thst you are pretty good musicians.
Time: 2012-07-04 21:07:18
Comments: YOU GUYS ARE GREAT ... always have been ... wish I could see & hear you every place you ever play. I'm going to have to watch your schedule from now on. PLEASE come back to Auburn again.
Name: carolyn Matthews
Time: 2011-06-15 19:46:20
Comments: I love this band. I watch it ever chance I get. I love the band as a whole but my son in law Jeff Hill is a member of the band.
Name: Lloyd Dawson
Website: LLoyd and Donna
From: Weimar, ca
Time: 2011-04-22 10:02:50
Comments: Has always been fun doing sound for you guys @ the Sac Jazz Jub. Sorry we are no longer doing sound but will try and look you up this year when we are down there a audience members. Good luck. Lloyd and Donna ( the Sound Bitch )
Name: Heather Ophir
From: Northern Ca
Time: 2010-10-02 20:54:43
Comments: My husband and I are authentic Ophirs. Do you have a job for us? How about ambassadors?
From: Carson City, NV
Time: 2010-09-12 20:39:06
Comments: I saw you for the first time ever today at the Nevada City Parade and I haven't been that impressed with a performance in a long time. You guys were absolutely FABULOUS! I will definitely make it a point to see you again. Keep up the good work!
Name: Mike Pittsley
Website: Mission City Hot Rhythm Cats
From: San Antonio, TX
Time: 2010-07-04 14:46:26
Comments: It's hard to believe that it's been almost 37 years since I played with you guys! Now, your kids are playing in the band! WOW!! Who'd have thought that an irreverent, ad hoc musical ensemble (that basically was an offshoot of the CSUS pep band) that was put together to give UC Davis' band a run for their money would continue well into the 21st century. It just shows that when musicians gather together for all the right reasons, have fun, play for the people and *entertain* them, great things can happen. Bravo, Mr. Clevenger!