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Name: 
Lois Scott
 
From: 
White Oak, PA
 
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Posted: 
June-06-06 at 8:22:22 PM
 
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Hi Tom,

Wanna thank you for "loaning" me your "Big Guitar" for studio work with Dave Hanner. Oh, I have that
8x10 for you. (The one you and Dave liked). I'll take it to Dave's studio this Thursday.

Hey, visit my website when you can - seems we have the same "web designer" TJ.

Visit me anytime at: www.loisscott.com
Leave me a comment if you'd like.

Hope we can run into one another - soon.
Take care. Stay strong and true.

Lois Scott
 

 
Name: 
Kim Howsare
 
From: 
Greensburg PA
 
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Posted: 
February-21-06 at 7:42:01 PM
 
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Hi Tom! I got a new computer and decided to have a listen to some of your tunes I did'nt already have. Great stuff from Soul Kiss! Now I just have to get rid of this dial-up....Hope you are still making music. (Saw Eric DeFade play at the Museum the other night and thought of you). Be good, Kim
 

 
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Chas. Nyswaner
 
From: 
Washington, Pa.
 
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December-20-05 at 5:30:35 AM
 
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Tom We never really met but attended California State College at the same time period--you being a little older.(I just had to add that!) After graduating, I began my teaching career here in Washington Pa and became fast friends with the art teacher who just happened to have been Beth Ann Brown's college roommate. Your name came up in a conversation years ago and I remembered it from CSC days. We are all still friends (though Linda relocated to Arizona several years ago) and I try to get to Latrobe to visit Beth Ann as frequently as I can. Previously she told me of your music endeavors but I never heard the Loco band or any of your solo work--live or recorded. Beth said she recently ran into you and told me about the web site which is quite nice. I hope to hear some of your "good stuff" as the praises are plentiful. Do you still play live in the area? If so, we will come to hear you. In the interim, keep doing what you seem to love.
Chas. Nyswaner
P.S. A consolation to my little dig: You may be a little older but you still have lots of hair--I don't!
 

 
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Lucky
 
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July-18-05 at 6:18:30 PM
 
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Wish I could have played on some of your tunes....
 

 
Name: 
TJ Wilkins
 
From: 
Ligonier, PA
 
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Posted: 
June-09-05 at 7:48:54 PM
 
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Happy Birthday Tommy D

Things are mighty fine
When your birthday's on 6-9

T
 

 
Name: 
ron linsenbigler
 
From: 
shelocta Pa.
 
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April-05-05 at 6:43:31 AM
 
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hey Tommy D, your the man!!!, cool site and good music, did'nt know you had all this talent in you man, thats awsome dude, keep up the good work, when you hit it big, remember the cog suckers dude, cousin Ron from CoG, peace out
 

 
Name: 
webgirl
 
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greensburg, pa
 
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March-25-05 at 11:57:56 PM
 
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wow, small, small world. I still own a 45 record of the loco brothers, along with a few stage photos of you, jerry, and the rest of the band in action. You guys rocked westmoreland county. Much congrats to you and your musical success Tom!
 

 
Name: 
DAWG
 
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Pittsburgh
 
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March-22-05 at 10:16:08 AM
 
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And the next American Idol....Tom (he can't dance but he sure can sing and play guitar) 'As far as that goes' Duda!!!

On a more serious note, you have been a friend of the family for as long as I have been around on this earth and have gone through great strides, as well as your share of pitfalls. And through it all you continue to make music from the heart...right where it counts! I loved the cuts on this site and can't wait to hear the whole CD! Great work! Thanks for keeping it real...and taking care of the old man (even though he does have those big broad shoulders!)

Keep it up as long as your spirit lets you!!

DAWG --
 

 
Name: 
"Weird Amigo"
 
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Greensburg
 
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Posted: 
March-08-05 at 10:45:33 AM
 
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My mentor and friend Tom Duda: You are the greatest and there is no one is better at what you do! You are my hero!! All of your CD's are great. (I particurlarly like the piano work on a couple of the tunes, ah, I think one is called "Yo Da Lady") My 4 year old Sammy sings "Gimme some of that punkin pie" daily! Your talent and songrwriting is so incredible, that I feel obligated to spread it around because the world is missing out if it misses your work. Cant wait for the next one. Congratulations and dont ever quit!!!
 

 
Name: 
Adam Shutt
 
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Irwin, PA
 
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Posted: 
March-07-05 at 12:17:06 PM
 
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Tom,
Glad to find out you are still out there making music. I found out not long ago playing cards at a friend's house and he put on your Soul Kiss CD. He asked if I could name the artist. Without hesitating I said it sounded like Tom Duda who we used to follow from the Loco Brothers days. As a former Latrobe boy, it was great to see another local make good, (up there w/ Arnie and Fred!)I quickly picked up the CD along w/ your latest. I was amazed at the quality, talent and musicianship displayed on the instrumental CD. As you requested, I am "passing the word, brother!" Keep at it. Success is not measured in $$, but in satisfaction in doing what makes one happy & content. Sounds like you have found that.
 

 
Name: 
Andy Hansen
 
From: 
Marion, Kansas
 
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February-26-05 at 10:25:31 AM
 
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Congrats Tom...I dropped ya an email...Good luck. The site kicks ASS!!!!
 

 
Name: 
Deb Vadas
 
From: 
Coraopolis
 
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Posted: 
February-25-05 at 2:53:24 PM
 
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Tom,
Congrats from another voice from the ole hometown.
The CD is Great, keep plugging away as you are a Natural. Looking forward to checking out the Music Store next trip.
 

 
Name: 
Brett Parise
 
From: 
Kansas
 
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Posted: 
February-25-05 at 9:41:51 AM
 
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Keep on rockin my man! That was one stone cold groove in Georgia!
 

 
Name: 
ROB '' THE TINWOODSMAN''
 
From: 
CLEVELAND ,OHIO
 
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Posted: 
February-24-05 at 11:04:53 PM
 
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JUNIOR SMUCKER YOU HAVE COME A LONG WAY AND IN YOUR LIFE YOU HAVE TRULY BEEN ABLE TO CAPTURE IT IN WORDS THAT HAVE CARRIED THE TORCH OF MUSICAL PASSION AND FEELING ASSOCIATED WITH LIFE IN A TOUGH TOWN . CLEVELAND LOVES YOU JUNIOR
 

 
Name: 
Eric Cyphert
 
From: 
North Apollo, Pennsylvania
 
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Posted: 
January-28-05 at 10:10:50 AM
 
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Great music, I had no idea..... Hope you many great years and growing success!!!
 

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