Reader Comments for Kevin Gould: Early Pioneer Of The UK Christian Music Scene

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Posted by Todd Nelson in San Angelo, TX @ 00:55 on Jul 5 2009

Dear Kevin,

I first heard of you when I was only 7 or 8 years old. My mom to me to a church service and you were performing. We bought the album, True Stories, and I have beeing singing the songs ever since. (I'm now 40). I didn't receive Christ until 7 or 8 years later when I was 15, now I am pastoring a church where I have serve the last 16 years. Your songs came up as I was in the shower, so I thought I wonder if I can find Kevin Gould on the Internet, and here you are....wish True Stories was available on CD....all I have are memories of the tunes and words. Would love to hear it again. Thank you for serving the Lord and for impacting my life for Christ.

-Todd Nelson
www.christianfaithcenter.net




Posted by John F. Jobes @ 17:25 on May 6 2009

Today has been my first visit to the Cross Rhythms website. I was very happy to read about Kevin Gould because few albums have affected me like Clear Vision. All Christians should have a listen to it.
My wife and I saw him at the Cross Bar youth club in South Shields in the North of England when our oldest daughter (30 this year), was still in nappies.
His ministry in song and conversation in between was edifing and uplifting. Talking to him I found him to be a very sincere person and I am truly happy that he is doing well.
Kevin, I know we will meet again one day.

Take Care

John


Reply by Kevin Gould in Naples florida @ 18:55 on May 14 2009

Hi John...Thanks again for the kind words. I woul love to meet up again. Hopefully that will happen on earth but we know it will in Heaven. God bless you and your family.

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Posted by Lynda Froud in Milton Keynes, Uk @ 00:59 on May 24 2008

It was wonderful to hear what has become of Kevin. I spent a week with him his wife and little daughter in the mid 70's, at Alma Hall in north wales run by Bill Hampson. I loved his music and bought the album. Behind that was a a very thoughtful man who really wanted to use his music for god. I remember his wife was sad about him being away so much. I am so happy to hear what he is doiing now and to see his picture. Thank you.



Posted by DAVID TUCK in NORTH DELTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA @ 18:18 on May 10 2008

Like Kevin, I too was born in number 36 Duffryn Street
in Pontlottyn, and am a tenor soloist having sung in
Opera, Operetta and Oratorio, and I have sung in
many churches in and around Vancouver.



Posted by Randy Hill in Salem, Oregon @ 23:07 on Jan 9 2008

Hi Kevin...I'm looking forward to joining you and Barry Bynum in Alaska for your concert there. I look forward to the trip, having never been there before. You don't really eat whale blubber do you?
-Randy Hill


Reply by Kevin Gould in Ketchikan Alaska @ 00:51 on Jan 15 2008

HI Randy..Looking forward to seeing you again after all this time and particularly playing together.
No I don't eat Whale blubber I just look like I do.

God bless,

Kevin.

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Posted by Ray Tuck in Pontlottyn. Wales. @ 21:59 on Oct 31 2007

Hi Kevin, do you remember me. I certainly remember yourself and often wondered what had happened to you. Glad to hear you are doing well and have a family. God bless you and your family.


Reply by Kevin Gould in Ketchikan Alaska @ 15:37 on Nov 3 2007

Hi Ray.........What a great surprise. Thanks for getting in touch. How are you doing? It's always so good to hear from people who You knew growing up and have lost touch with. We've been here in Alaska now for 17 years but are planning on making a change in the New year.

I'd love to hear about you and any of the "Old Boys" if you have any info. on anybody My email is finelinen1@hotmail.com Please drop me a line when you can.

God bless,

Kevin.

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Posted by Kevin Gould in Ketchikan Alaska @ 16:50 on Jun 12 2007

Hi Bob....Thank you for the kind words. What wonderful memories I have of my time in Iowa. It's been so long since I was there. I'd love to come back again some time. The Lord bless you and your family brother.



Posted by bob dallenbach in Laurens, Iowa @ 04:00 on Mar 30 2007

Kevin was a guest in our home and visited our area churches proclaiming the Love of Jesus for everyone.
His songs and stories about how we humans are like sheep needing a shepherd really made an impression
with me. Christ is that shepherd! This was probably 1980 or 1981. Many christians cross our paths during our life's journey and we know we'll see them again.
In Christ's Love, Bob Dallenbach (Iowa,USA)



Posted by Herb Laughlin in Birch Bay, Washington @ 20:28 on Mar 2 2007

Great article about Kevin's Christ-led life. My wife and I were members of Clover Pass Church for many years before leaving for Washington to be nearer our children/grand children. Have visited in Ketchikan a couple times on our way to visit another son who is a trooper in Wasilla, Alaska


Reply by Kevin Gould in Ketchikan Alaska @ 16:46 on Jun 12 2007

Thank you for the encouraging comment Herb. We prayed for you at the morning service on Sunday. We are Trusting that the Lord will apply his healing touch at this time.

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