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Name: Connie Lehman
Date: 11/13/2010 22:27:08
Message: Happy belated birthday to you Greg! My birthday is tomorrow and will be fifty something - which is hard to believe. Would love to meet you one day. Have been a fan for many years and will always be. A scorpio and a dog lover - be still my heart. Many Blessings, Connie Lehman, Nashville, TN

Name: Linnea von Wissmann
Date: 11/11/2010 02:04:57
Message: Happy Birthday to You! I hope you have a terrific birthday and best wishes for many more. I saw you in LA earlier this year with Keith Emerson and really enjoyed the show. I played Pirates in your honor tonight. What a stirring song with your great voice. Thank you for all the wonderful music you've given us. I look forward to seeing you perform again soon. Best wishes always, Linnea von Wissmann in LA.

Name: Marge Weir
Date: 11/10/2010 16:55:43
Message: Happy Birthday Greg!!! It's my birthday today too. I missed you & Keith in the U.S. his past summer due to illness, but hopefully I'll get to see you next time. I have the words to "The Sage" on my wall on facebook. The word say soooo much to me and how I feel. Thank you for sharing your genius with the rest of us. Happy Birthday and many more! - Marge - Chicago, IL

Name: Bernhard Laboranowitsch
Date: 11/10/2010 10:19:55
Message: Happy Birthday GREG , all the Best , Health and Luck to you. Thanks for your Music all over the Years greetings from Germany

Name: rob carlysle
Date: 11/10/2010 01:41:53
Message: Happy Birthday to you Greg and thanks so much for doing your show with Keith this past Mothers Day at the Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia. It was an intimate setting with a great quality sound that night. Your song selections were terrific and I especially liked Pirates and C'est la vie. It had been 13 years since I saw you last with ELP--way too long of a wait for me! I've been a fan for over 40 years now going back to King Crimson and you will always be my favorite singer and songwriter. Thanks for all the years of great music Greg and please come back to Virginia soon. Love you man.

Name: Vallin
Date: 11/09/2010 20:03:11
Message: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GREG!

Name: Judy W.G.
Date: 11/09/2010 19:19:02
Message: HAPPY E-BIRTHDAY TO YOU, GREG! Hope you have a fab one, with great company, food & pressies! :) Aloha, from "rock of ages" on your forum

Name: Lori DeBord
Date: 10/14/2010 21:17:15
Message: Greg, words cannot begin to express in telling you how talented you are. In 1975 I was introduced to ELP by my boyfriend who insisted that I listen to ELP. I learned note for note From the beginning and Lucky Man on guitar and was quite the envy of alot of my boyfriends friends' & my brothers friends'. Recently while I was driving my daughter to school I heard Karn Evil 9 and was overwhelmed. I've also loved you in Asia which I don't think would have made it without you and your creative talent. I am hoping that you will come to the Chicago area soon, I'll be there right in the front!

Name: Sergio Mantovani
Date: 10/01/2010 21:14:42
Message: Dear Greg, We eternal fans of ELP in Brazil, are all praing for the good health of you three. I, particulaly i'm not afraid because you three are eternal. Hugs from brazilian fans.

Name: Betsy
Date: 09/23/2010 09:31:17
Message: The Tale of The Sage When I was 14 I wanted to graduate from my $20 Mexican-market guitar. My parents weren't keen on the idea since I had recently quit taking piano lessons. (What was there to learn after the two-part inventions?) Besides, in their minds 14-year-old girls only played the guitar around campfires and my $20 dollar special was good enough for that. To convince them I was serious I pulled out my new Pictures LP, played The Sage for them, and promised to learn it. They agreed, and signed me up for classical lessons, but unfortunately my teacher convinced me that Classical Gas was a better choice if I had to go pop. (Looking back, I suspect that he just didn't know The Sage.) I haven't played much since my carpal tunnels went nasty around the turn of the century. But when a friend posted to her Facebook wall the video of The Sage played by young Greg Lake, that riled up my ELP obsession all over again. Carpal tunnels be damned, I think it's finally time I learned The Sage. And I'm going to learn it on that very guitar. So thank you for sharing your great talent and wonderful music with us over the years...and thanks, too, for helping me get my first real guitar.

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