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490 Date: 2007-09-30 11:16:27
Daniel ( 1tracker1@comcast.net / no homepage) wrote:

I had the rare privilege of meeting Marty Robbins twice in my life. The first time was at the colorado State Fair, and at that time I did not know how to play the guitar. Three years later I was the lead singer in the opening act for Marty at the City Auditorium in Colorado Springs, Colorado. During a break in his program, while I was on watching him from behind the curtains, he came over a stood next to me and we talked. I was so scared I didn't know what to say, but he made me feel like we had been friends forever. I Still have the program and more than that, in Marty's words, "Some Memories Just Won't Die". God Bless Marty Robbins!

489  Date: 2007-09-15 15:56:17
Bob Storey ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I saw Marty in Clinton, ON, Canada
I do love Marty's music.
Do you know how many songs Marty recorded?

488  Date: 2007-09-07 22:05:01
Tommy Taaffe ( osceola_@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Was just thinking about Marty as it's near his birthday & came by your site,it's impressive. Have been a fan for so long & met him once. Will talk again if you respond Helen. Tommy.

487  Date: 2007-08-22 13:48:27
harry catling ( mr.c.5750@embarqmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

i loved his music for years and watch his racing times too.my favor tune is the chair and i can't find it on tapes or cds anywhere. if any one can help me get a copy of iti'would gladly pay for it

486  Date: 2007-08-02 22:02:45
Viola Wilson ( unicornviolet4@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I love Marty Robbins singing and was glad to see him on stage when he came to Toronto

485  Date: 2007-07-07 16:17:15
Einar Kr. Holtet ( e-holtet@online.no / no homepage) wrote:

Good to see that your web-site is still up and running, brilliant as before. Have you gotten any new MR promoters/fans in old Scandinavia?

Hope you are well and healthy, Helen, and that you are doing well as before! How 'bout your son? I never learned anything about his venture.

484  Date: 2007-07-05 08:07:45
Colin Alderson ( colina1@hotkey.net.au / no homepage) wrote:

Still the greatest Marty website on the net ,
25 years since Marty left and though I have every song and DVDs VHS I still miss him.
Is there a possibility there are some new tracks in the pipeline as I know there are songs he sang and never put on record
keep it hope and Riet and I wish you all happiness for the future
Colin/Riet Alderson

483  Date: 2007-07-01 10:12:19
Annie Rogers ( mccallum@adam.com.au / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Helen,
Thankyou so much. I was born in 1953 and my earliest memories are from the wonderful gunfighter ballads, white sports coat and story of my life my older brother bought. i was so thrilled recently to get a cd of marty's and to have my 24 year old son have the same enjoyment i have. His son ronny has so much of his dad's voice in his singing. does he ever do any of his father's songs now?
Many thanks
Annie Rogers
South Australia

482  Date: 2007-06-10 22:46:59
Sheryl ( mrsvathome@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

The web site is very nice. For some reason I started thinking about him today.
He was truely the best entertainer. He really knew his audience.
Memories are good!

481  Date: 2007-06-02 23:55:19
Jo ( fc67@ihug.co.nz / no homepage) wrote:

I love Marty Robbins and always will but I am trying to find a song that seems to have disappeared into oblivion so if you can help please email me.The song is "A Fourteen Carate Gold" during the 50s and 60s I believe.
Thanks for keeping his name going.

480  Date: 2007-05-21 20:46:25
Maheen ( maheen5894@sympatico.ca / no homepage) wrote:

Well howdy to all Marty Robbins fans and to you Helen!
It sure has been a long long time since I have visited this site and it's been ages since we have Emailed each other Helen. I sincerely hope you are doing well. I am 22 now and I have been a huge fan of Marty ever s ince I heard El Paso in 1996 when I was 11.
Keep up the beautifujl work! I sure would love to correspond with anyone of you! I have been blind all my life and I live in Canada. I am a guy. I am from Sri Lanka. Yours very sincerely, Maheen.

479  Date: 2007-05-10 06:21:58
Bernie Knight ( bernieknight49@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I am a fan of the old music. I play guitar and washboard in a group of old time fiddlers. I remember growing up listening to Marty Robbins and the other artists of that time. Keep up the good work.

478  Date: 2007-05-08 09:57:29
JAMES REYNOLDS ( james@jreynolds73.wanadoo.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

HI ,

477  Date: 2007-05-07 06:37:58
BOB ROCHE ( HPN39@AOL.COM / no homepage) wrote:


476  Date: 2007-05-06 13:24:07
JAN ( janmitch@blueyonder.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

I just loved this man. His music will never die. I just wish the UK stations realised how much he did.. when they play a request for Marty.. only seem to play the same 2 or 3 songs.. shocking considering he has recorded more than 700 songs.. one better than the other.. Love to all Marty fans worldwide. I know there are hundreds of thousands of you out there xxx

475  Date: 2007-04-01 14:29:27
Brian Grove ( Brian.Grove@exxaro.com / no homepage) wrote:

I am from South Africa.You have a great website.My dad and uncle introduced me to Marty Robbins years age.They are in their 70's and when they hear Marty sing, they would say"can you believe that a human voice can sound like that"

474  Date: 2007-03-30 22:47:36
RITA XUEREB ( saraleon@maltanet.net / no homepage) wrote:

i am from malta, a little island in the middle of the mediterranean sea.
thank you for such an informative web page. i grew up listening to marty robbins` songs. today i own a vast collection and enjoy them on cds rather than on 33`s!

473  Date: 2007-02-20 03:41:30
Linda Stotz ( lstotz@tampabay.rr.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen Love the website!! Long time no see. your cousin Linda

472  Date: 2007-02-03 21:17:51
Aubrey G. Bryant ( aubreybryant44@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty Robbins has given me countless hours of heartfelt joy thru his songs & antics on stage.I often get tearieyed listening to ballads I grew up hearing in the 50's& 60's as a teen.Now it's bittersweet falling to sleep every night to all his music. I only wish I could find his video's,regards,Aubrey Florida.

471  Date: 2007-01-18 05:35:08
James Butler ( jimbutler@optushome.com.au / no homepage) wrote:

I still enjoy so much Marty Robbins music. I have many videos and DVD of him singing, I play them often. What great stories he wrote, such as El Paso City, Faleena and El Paso.

470  Date: 2007-01-05 21:23:39
Sam ( sbooker3@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Love Marty's songs and western style, never got to see him. In 2000 I finally made it to Nashville and got my picture taken with the lifesize standup of Marty at the museum next to the Grand Ole Opry. I bought one of his cd's at the Opryland Hotel and the cashier said he was one of the most popular artist they sell. Nice Website. Thanks Thanks Marty for the memories

469  Date: 2006-12-27 04:01:03
Dan Griffin ( dgrin@mchsi.com / no homepage) wrote:

Very refreshing to cruise thru your memories of the great Marty Robbins. He is a HERO to many generations, with a song for any and every mood or occasion. "A Man and a Train" is my favorite. Thanks for this site to relive and remember, the one and only, Marty Robbins

468  Date: 2006-11-23 07:55:10
Danehy Carson ( dcarson3@triad.rr.com / no homepage) wrote:

I have been playing country music almost all of my and have learned to play many of Marty's songs over the years and still play them , El Paso was one of the first Marty Robbins songs I learned to play on guitar , I saw Marty in concert many times and I still consider him the greatest singer who ever lived , he could touch the heart and soul like no one else and his songs will live forever .

467  Date: 2006-11-02 19:04:14
Kathy Schultz ( kathykcs@yahoo.com / http://www.freewebs.com/kcschultz) wrote:

Hi. Helen. Being a big fan of Marty's, I am working on a website dedicated to his and his
music. Wonder if you would look at it and tell me
what you think. The website is www.freewebs.com/kathystributeto marty.
Love your website.

466  Date: 2006-10-26 04:36:39
Jonathan Marquis ( jon.marquis@gmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi, I just wanted to say thank you for the loving tributes to Marty, my father, and grandmother.
I am Charlie's son and it is very touching to see that you mentioned him. I only met Marty once, but he was a great source of pride to our family and his influence continues to inspire us all.
While Marty, Lillie, and Mamie all struggled in life, so have I and my immediate family, but like Marty I have kept the faith and a good outlook, and am happy to say I'm doing quite well.
Thank you so much to all of the fans here, and please help keep Marty's memory alive. Feel free to write me anytime.

465  Date: 2006-09-27 18:34:12
Ian Harris ( ihb52@btinternet.com / no homepage) wrote:

Fantastic ... great site

464  Date: 2006-09-26 22:32:34
ernie stevenson ( nighttrucker@zonnet.nl / no homepage) wrote:

lovely site over marty very nice,would love to know if there are any concerts of him on dvd or tape ? ty ernie in the netherlands

463  Date: 2006-09-24 07:38:47
Del Green ( dmgreen@oregontrail.net / no homepage) wrote:

Great site, Marty was one of a kind, sometimes copied but will never be replaced. Thank you for having a site for all of us "M R" fans can relive their childhood memories.

462  Date: 2006-08-31 11:21:06
Noel Clarke ( noelc98@optusnet.com.au / http://www.geocities.com/southsydney2003) wrote:

Still a great Marty Robbins Tribute site.
I'd dearly love to hear from you.
Hope you are well.
KInd regards

461  Date: 2006-08-08 07:10:32
r garrison ( pittsspecial2@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I sure miss singers like Marty Robbins.

460  Date: 2006-08-06 21:41:01
jim reynolds ( james@jreynolds.73.wanadoo.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

just to say hello ,keeping it country for all my fans, hope you are well as i am .
all the very best to you
your friend in country music
jim reynolds

459  Date: 2006-07-19 02:02:44
Bill Hyatt ( bill@hyattfamily.org / no homepage) wrote:

I agree that Marty had one of the finest voices in Country Music and it was a sad day when he left us to go sing with the angels. I don't think Marty ever recorded a song I didn't like.

458  Date: 2006-06-29 21:46:29
Everett Edson ( eeblock-edson@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I just discovered your web page and really enjoyed reading it. I would like to know what Janet and Ronnie are doing and where they live today. I thought Ronnie was a good singer.

457  Date: 2006-06-18 00:24:11
Danny R. Lair ( danray01@cox.net / no homepage) wrote:

I still miss Marty.

456  Date: 2006-06-06 17:03:14
Annie ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Helen,
I was 6 when my older brother brought home the more gunfighter ballads album. I knew every song and sadly it took 40 years to hear them again. I quickly searched the internet and showed my son the songs I loved and grew up with. He was so happy for me. Marty sounds as lovely a persons as his voice seems to portray. Maybe because I began my love for his music early that I have a softer spot for his more gunfighter ballads album. I do hope you can still keep the webpage up. I had trouble connecting the links. So many thanks Helen.

455  Date: 2006-03-23 22:22:33
Susie ( seventyeight@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I just found your site, it was great!

454  Date: 2006-02-28 22:03:51
Denise Blondeau ( blondeau.d@videotron.ca / no homepage) wrote:

Marty will always be the best for me.
Love Denise

453  Date: 2006-02-09 16:34:37
helen brown ( helenbrown4344@sbcglobal.net / no homepage) wrote:

marty has always been my favorite. who ever said he had the voice of an angel, said it right. hes the greatest.they have all his songs on the computer but the one i really like-love is love me.love marty

452  Date: 2006-02-08 12:07:33
irene saywell ( irene_saywell@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen you are incredible.The hours of work that you have contributed to Marty's fans,the format, everything is just superb.I thank you for doing such a wonderful compilation on The World's Greatest Singer 'Marty Robbins' and thanks to all those people who have helped in any way.I thought i had most of Marty's songs but i see i have still some to get somehow.Good luck for the future.

451  Date: 2006-02-06 23:55:42
Ken Gibson ( countrykengibson@yahoo.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

Marty had one of the purist voices iv`e ever heared,he was one singer whoes LPs i`d always let play right to the end.He always looked so very happy too. What a legend he is.Thanks Marty. Ken.

450  Date: 2006-01-21 20:51:09
mick higgins ( hmichael76@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

i think martys song are probably the best around and my self and a few mates would like to know if the drifter series is going to be released again every time i go on to the web it is always sold out

449  Date: 2006-01-17 00:05:16
Robbie McGlothen ( physicaled823@bellsouth.net / no homepage) wrote:

I am currently 18 years old, and I couldn't love country music more. The older i get, the more I love it. My greatest hero in country music is Marty Robbins. I wish that he was still with us today. I would love to have met him, but I will keep on playing country music until I make it to the big time.Maybe one day I can remake a Marty Robbin's song in his memory, GOD BLESS MARTY ROBBINS!!!!!!!!!!

448  Date: 2006-01-13 22:22:05
George ( zzziiggss@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

The best marty Site ever

447  Date: 2006-01-08 23:03:43
e m roden, jr ( rcroden@netzero.com / no homepage) wrote:

I saw Marty at Memorial Auditorium in Chattanooga, TN, sometime in the 60's. Can't remember exact year. I loved him then and still do.

446  Date: 2005-12-30 18:27:56
Shirley Williams ( bama_mom_of5@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty was my first favorite country and western singer. In fact I wrote a song about him, about two weeks after he died.

445  Date: 2005-12-03 21:56:09
Rick Manzanares ( rtmanzan@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

Been a Marty fan for year's. To me there has never been a better singer. Pure, Clean, and crystal clear.

Will Always be a Marty fan


Rick Manzanares

444  Date: 2005-11-29 03:18:11
Tom Minchk ( tminchk@sbcglobal.net / no homepage) wrote:

Can't get enough of his music. I began listening to him in the mid-50's and have most of his songs on cd. Rarely a day goes by that I don't hear at least one of his songs. The man was truly a legend.

443  Date: 2005-11-12 13:48:21
colm henry ( rawhide@ireland.com / no homepage) wrote:

The greatest voice in country music EVER, and is as revered here in Ireland as anywhere in the world.

442  Date: 2005-11-07 01:35:06
Mike Artiaga ( martiaga@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I have admired Marty Robbins for over 30 years

441  Date: 2005-11-06 17:21:05
lee ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

got the marty bug from my uncle, and love the man and his music.

440  Date: 2005-10-01 17:52:58
Ruben ( rsc9563@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty Robbins songs make me home sick. I live in San Antonio now but was raised in El Paso. His songs are most fitting. You see, I never met my Grandfather. I only knew stories of him from my Grandma (Who I Adored and passed on in 2001 at the age of 99!). She use to always tell me Grandpa loved Marty Robbins especially "El Paso". Grandpa was a cattleman and a rancher. He died in 1959 in a truck wreck carrying his cattle from Mexico into Texas just right outside of El Paso 4 years before I was born. "El Paso" is a fitting song. Everytime I hear "El Paso" I get teary eyed for a man I never met but Love anyhow. Marty Robbins is a connection to him. In tribute to the Grandfather I never met but am sure would have loved me and never met me, I listen to all that is Marty Robbins.

439  Date: 2005-09-25 02:45:21
Viola Wilson ( unicornviolet4@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

great website and I love Marty Robbins singing. I even saw him in toronto when he came.

438  Date: 2005-09-23 20:05:54
EDNA PRICE ( FANCY43@JUNO.COM / no homepage) wrote:


437  Date: 2005-09-20 14:10:57
viola Wilson ( unicornviolet4@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for the memories and great site you have of my fave singer. He was great and enjoyed visiting

436  Date: 2005-09-03 19:50:25
David Corne ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I recently found out that Marty was not included in CMT's Top 40 men of Country Music. I find that totally laughable and I'm incredulous that such a gifted vocalist, songwrtiter and man is not even in the Top 10 let alone 40.

435  Date: 2005-09-28 07:44:08
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434  Date: 2005-08-14 06:09:58
Thomas Jones Jr. ( coppertom1967@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for the great site. As Marty's great nephew, it's nice to remember him from time to time. You make it very easy to do just that.

433  Date: 2005-08-05 07:48:53
Geoff ( geoff_15reevy@yahoo.co.uk / http://Yahoo.co.uk) wrote:

Alongside Jim Reeves the best male singers I have ever heard. Sadly they are few and far between

432  Date: 2005-07-25 23:00:21
Denise Blondeau ( blondeau.d@videotron.ca / no homepage) wrote:

Marty Robins is the best singer. I love him.
Sincerely Denise

431  Date: 2005-07-18 22:35:03
ferenc kazsimer ( kazsimerf@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

el paso turned me on to country music when i came to the USA in 1960.

430  Date: 2005-07-12 22:23:50
Judy Arline Puckett ( jpuckett2@jam.rr.com / no homepage) wrote:

I fell in love with the voice of Marty Robbins as a chiild,one of my favorite songs is 'Don't worry bout me'There isn't anyone that can do that song justice other than Marty,I came across your website on a search and I'm pleased to find that others remember him and love his talent as I do.I enjoyed your site very much and will return to it,it was nice to be able to listen to the music,I enjoyed what was wrote as well.A very nice tribute to a legend.

429  Date: 2005-06-28 21:31:54
Greg Polutanovich ( wpolutanov@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hello, I have always been a big Marty Robbins fan. Please let me know were I can purchase The Drifter videos or dvds. I hope to hear from you soon. Thanks Greg

428  Date: 2005-06-17 18:44:46
mark ( mark_loud@hotmail.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

if u have any marty robbins films plz send me them i would realy like to see the drifter coz i havent seen it a probably wont coz im only 15 and im a great fan of him plz get intouch

427  Date: 2005-05-30 00:32:57
judy oyer ( judyoyer@swbell.net / no homepage) wrote:

I grew up with my parents listening to Marty on weekend mornings. Now,when I've had a bad day and life gets hard, it's "comfort music" for me!

426  Date: 2005-05-29 22:55:25
Morris Campbell ( countrytyme1@comcast.net / no homepage) wrote:

I also love Marty's singing an I also sing some of his songs in shows we do
thatnk foe your thoughts and memorys
Morris campbell Countrytyme Express

425  Date: 2005-05-10 11:59:51
jerald flynn ( deanmartinfan2003@yahoo.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

i have been a marty fan since i was 15
im now 60 and i am still a marty fan.
he truly was the greastest

424  Date: 2005-05-08 18:49:32
jan ( janmitch@blueyonder.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

Hi again..nice to visit your page...i like to keep in touch... Have now completed my collection of marty songs..it has taken a long time to do so...i now have 1 of every record ever recorded by him..i play them constantly..he was the best..knowone will ever take his place... th haardest to find was Wheel Of Life...but thanks to a wonderful woman in canada......she found it for me...it is like all marty songs..superb.........keep up the good work ......its a fantastic site to spend time in........love to all marty fans out there......jan...xxx

423  Date: 2005-04-30 01:44:55
Jeff Wolfe ( mrtyrobnsfan@pennswoods.net / no homepage) wrote:

Honestly now, have you ever heard another singer give you chills up your back like Marty can? No! I tell you, besides the popular songs like my favorite "El Paso", some of my favorite songs were on his "R.F.D." and "Devil Woman" albums. Come on now, doesn't "Kinda Halfway Feel" and "She Means Nothing To Me Now" just make you smile? You bet! I recently bought a system to take my LP's and burn them into CD's through my computer. It was the best $250 I ever spent. I highly suggest it. I've about worn out my Marty records, so with this system I can take all the scratches and hiss out and it sounds like he's right in the room singing! Super great site, Helen! Thank You for your dedication to Marty's memory.
Jeff & Kayann Wolfe
Smethport, PA

422  Date: 2005-04-25 13:05:26
Miguel Angel Olmo Llamas (Andalucía, Spain) ( miguelanolmo@telefonica.net / no homepage) wrote:

For me the best country singer of all time and many more. An unforgettable artist. My mother never saw him but fell in love with The Hangin' Tree song at the end of the fifties. One of those musiciens that you want to have all.God bless Him.

421  Date: 2005-04-25 02:12:15
LEROY ( LEROYJOHNS@insightbb.com / no homepage) wrote:


420  Date: 2005-04-04 15:22:16
Florence Brown ( fbrown01@coair.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for taking the time. I've never been to a concert, but have loved him from afar. I heard one of his songs this morning on "oldies" and wanted to know what was his latest. Didn't know his "death date", knew he was gone, but didn't know the date. Thanks so much.

419  Date: 2005-04-04 10:55:58
ted valk ( tedvalk@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

good to keep the memorie of Marty alive! Thanks for ur nice site.
Ted Valk from Holland

418  Date: 2005-04-02 11:39:42
Lisa Urista ( chatterboxinmi@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

My dad Ed use to play in downtown Phoenix with Mary Robbins. My dad played the drums and my Aunt Beverly's first husband Fritz also played in his band. Does anyone out there know anymore about this time? It would of been in the 1950's. My dad and his brothers went to school with the Robbins kids as well. My dads name was Ed Cox, brothers were Lloyd and Floyd Cox, Wayne Cox and Carlton (Corky) Cox. My father has since died back in 1991 but this is something he use to talk about a great deal. The song "Mr. Shorty" was written about my father as well.

If you can provide me with any information it would be appreciated so that I can share it with my children about their grandfather.

Thank you

417  Date: 2005-03-23 05:26:00
Rod Stanley ( BitterootKid@Yahoo.Co.In / no homepage) wrote:

LOOKING FOR THE LYRICS TO TIME GOES BY. A 45rpm record on Jukeboxes from 1954 to 1955. This was the first time that I really paid attetion to Marty and have been a big fan since. There will never be another
Thanks Rod

416  Date: 2005-03-13 21:23:04
Ilene Berkshire ( ivanberkshire@sbcglobal.net / no homepage) wrote:

His voice was wonderful. There will be anyone to replace him

415  Date: 2005-01-31 14:28:22
einar kr. holtet ( e-holtet@online.no / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen,

Unfortunatrly I lost track of your mailaddress, but I see that your page is up and running and that is GOOD! Hopefully you will be able to respond by e-mail. Looking forward to hearing from you and come back to our planned effort for promoting MR in Scandinavia.

414  Date: 2005-01-24 01:14:41
Cal Wolfe ( calvinwolfe2003@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Do you know where Eddy Fox could be found? I knew him when he played drums for Marty around 1977-1981. His wife was named Dolly.

413  Date: 2005-01-01 11:03:59
john wheeler ( jgmawheeler@bigpond.com / no homepage) wrote:

thank you for the website,could you please tell me how marty died,also was the song 'five brothers'ever available on record in australia?

412  Date: 2004-12-17 18:27:21
Gabor Murai ( hmenthol@axelero.hu / http://www.mentholhotel.hu) wrote:

Dear Helen!

I love your Marty Robbins page. Thank you so much and congratulation.

Sincerelx, from Europa/ Hungary Budapest

411  Date: 2004-12-08 22:01:22
Michael Woodford ( Camb.print@virgin.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen,
I saw Marty on his tour to the UK in 1978 twice
it was superb. He had always been my number one entertainer this just confirmed how truly
great he was.

410  Date: 2004-11-13 04:52:09
Terry O'Neill ( troneill@optusnet.com.au / no homepage) wrote:

I'm an Aussie fan. I grew up loving 'El Paso' andsome others at teh time which played on Aussie radio. That wetted my appetrite for more of Marty. Love his work - just about my favorite singer for all the great songs he had.

409  Date: 2004-11-07 10:38:49
jan ( janmitch@bluueyonder.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

never be another.
He was unique
everything to everyone who knew him

408  Date: 2004-10-22 00:12:38
Fred Tiner ( ptiner@bellsouth.net / no homepage) wrote:

I have been a Marty Robbins fan for 30 years.
I saw him in person at Marietta ga. around 1987,loved him ever since. Some say I dress like him. Thanks,Fred

407  Date: 2004-10-18 01:23:01
clyde felton ( gearjammer519@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

i am like you marty robbins was the greatest ballad singer that ever lived

406  Date: 2004-10-17 22:28:17
Maheen ( maheen5894@sympatico.ca / no homepage) wrote:

It has been a long time since I have signed this outstanding guestbook on a man who has contributed so much to country music. I am a 20 year old totally blind boy and I have been a huge Marty Robbins fan for a long long time. There is no other true country singer like Marty who can really put so much feelingg in a song. I can play the piano like Floyd Cramer and I love singing also. My other favorite artists are Eddy Arnold, Gene Autry who Marty admired, Ernest Tubb, Jim Reeves, Little Jimmie Dickens who helped Marty get a record contract, the Louvin Brothers and so many other great legends. Even though Marty died before I was born, he will always be alive with his music and legacy. I would love to hear from other fans out there who has a collection of albums by Marty one in particular is an album he did which contains a tribute song he did to Gene Autry. I have never heard this song and would love to hear it sometime! God bless and I will really look forward to hearing from you! Sincerely, Maheen.

405  Date: 2004-09-29 00:06:40
Jack ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Is anyone not a fan of Marty?. Keep the page going Helen, I will call again. Thanks.

404  Date: 2004-09-23 22:42:45
armando zambrana f. ( armandozambrana@universo.com / no homepage) wrote:

En 1961 mi padre llevó a casa un disc: El Paso.en versión en Inglés, luego los mexicanos sacaron una versión en español y tambien la tuvimos. cuando llegue a los Estados Unidos como estudiante, exactamente a Denver, encontré un Lp con lo Mejor de la Musica Country. en ellas El Paso que se nos había poerdido en el terremoto de managua, Nicaragua en 1972. Hoy ya viejo, enseño en la Univesidad Americana, y entre la musica mis alumnos escuchan El Paso. Le escribo para saludarle y compartir con Ud. mi admiración por el Sr. Robbins, que no solamente me trae el recuerdo de mi niñez, aquellos días maravillosos de inocencia, sino tambien la admiración por la música de su pais, tan maravillosa, tan linda. confio en Dio, que su pais tenga y mantenga sus mejores glorias, aun con el dolor de los golpes den Irak. Mi aprecio y mi cariño que que he guardado junto a mis hijos pra con el Sr. Robbins.

403  Date: 2004-09-17 17:24:30
Billy Eason ( billy_eason2003@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I never seen Marty, but one time in my and I set a listen to him sing and I never got over the songs that he sing that night.

402  Date: 2004-09-08 07:57:23
Shane Charles ( scharles@swin.edu.au / no homepage) wrote:

love the site i am an aussie fan my dad has passed away but i have a great collection he collected over 30 years am now that i have found sites like this i am in orr of it well done guys

401  Date: 2004-08-30 17:11:55
earl patrick ( tango380@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

i really like your site,can toy tell me where to find the song,CAP AND GOWN?it came out the year i graduated .

400  Date: 2004-08-23 14:55:55
Richard Ellis ( ce@ellisremovals.fsnet.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

Have been a Marty fan since I was 16 - some 44 years ago.We saw him when he performed in London, Coventry and Liverpool. He was fantastic. e was one of the family.

Keep up the good work

399  Date: 2004-08-18 20:49:29
Janet Williams ( primrose2813@wmconnect.com / no homepage) wrote:

I have been a Marty Robbins fan(atic) for as long as I can remember. I remember the day he died like it was yesterday and oh how I cried ......and cried. Even now it tearsme up when I here one of his songs. There is never a C&w singer/songwriter like him and there never will be. He was and still is THE BEST. Like you, and many other Marty fans I dont believe he got or is getting the recognition that he deserves. He was too great a man to be mistreated the way he has been over the years. I love him in life and even now. I am presently trying to put together a collection of all his songs, hope I'll be successful. My one major regret is that he died without ever visiting the beautiful island of Jamaica. That was my dream that one day he would visit and perform there. I still have his music and thats a great comfort. It's my hope that somewhere in the near future Martin David Robinson will be properly recognized as well as he should.

398  Date: 2004-08-15 16:37:11
Harry ( gwenharry@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I have enjoyed your page very much, and have been a Marty Robbins fan for over 40 years. I still listen to my old LP records, most of which I now have on CD. I'll be visiting your site again soon to see whats happening. Many thanks.

397  Date: 2004-08-09 07:41:59
Peter Fitzpatrick ( peterosa@picknowl.com.au / no homepage) wrote:

Have been a fan of Marty's since I was 17 I am now 64 I have all his records on LP's or CD's plus video's of him on stage. He was the best.
Great site, keep up the good work. Peter

396  Date: 2004-08-06 18:01:42
heather fosbrook ( a.fosbrook@ntlworld.com / no homepage) wrote:

great site a great tune never heard before but will go to shops to find it

395  Date: 2004-08-06 08:37:24
J.W. Campbell ( jwcampbell@charter.net / no homepage) wrote:

Super site honoring a Super entertainer. Thanks...

394  Date: 2004-08-05 05:03:31
Philip Cross ( pccross@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I just went to ElPaso and Being a Marty Robbins fan I just had to find Rosa's Cantina. The bartender was very nice and played Elpaso on the Jutebox while I was there. I actually drank a beer in Rosa's Cantina in Elpaso and took pictures of the Cantina.

393  Date: 2004-07-25 01:46:41
jim polk ( jimpolk@ev1.net / no homepage) wrote:

well done

392  Date: 2004-07-16 18:07:35
JOHN HALL ( johnhall65@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

A very nice web site - congratulations. Although Jimmie Rodgers got me interested in country music it was Marty that became a firm favourit. I saw two of his concerts when he visited the Uk and both were excelent.Perhaps I should not admit to this but I do have a recording of Marty singing John Denver's "Back Home Again" which he performed on Radio2's Country Club back in the seventies and I don't believe it was ever put out on record.
All the best to you and all Marty's fans.

391  Date: 2004-07-16 11:43:20
Dave Tawhiti ( opotikitaff@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was brought up on good old music from an early age, as my father had a very good voice that he could sing just about any song that he wanted to and also a dab hand with a variety of instruments. But like most, i really enjoyed the cowboy songs. There were many partys at which i would sit between my Dad and his treasured Hofner (Guitar),me on one knee and the Hofner on the other and you guessed it i would always ask Dad for the songs of Marty Robbins namely the titles you have on your page. Growing up i was never very far from either my Dad or one of Marty Robbins albums of which i have owned a fair few due to someone else wanting the said albums or spilt drinks no matter. I have since upgraded to the CD versions with a master copy of all my real favourites tucked away. You have a great page i enjoyed it immensly. Thanks for reviving the memories. Cheers Dave

390  Date: 2004-07-15 14:43:19
Roy Donnelly ( roydonnelly@bellsouth.net / no homepage) wrote:

I am an Irish born singer now living and performing in Atlanta. I recorded with Gael Linn Records in Ireland and Decca Records (U.K.) in England in the 'sixties. Decca saw me as a strong Marty Robbins style singer/entertainer. I was selected to represent Great Britain in an international song cup festival in Europe in 1965. Marty Robbins has greatly influenced my career. I currently include four of Marty'w hits in my hour long program. El Paso, Don't Worry, A White Sportcoat and Big Iron. Everywhere I perform, I am asked if I have a CD with these songs for sale. I am told I sound just like Marty. I would like to record and sell a CD with these songs on it. Have you any ideas as to who I could contact that might be interested in helping me to do this. Roy Donnelly.

389  Date: 2004-07-01 03:56:44
Darlene Douglass ( darlene@seacove.net / no homepage) wrote:

I listened to Marty Robbin's music when I was a child with my dad. I have always loved his singing and music, and I still do. Thankyou.

388  Date: 2004-06-17 03:45:00
chris ( brownie2011@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I love marty robbins,and i enjoyed the page

387  Date: 2004-06-01 14:05:01
maurice boreland ( borelandm@jerseymail.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

thank you for the time spent on this site.so that marty robbins music will live on.long after his parting.
thank you borelandm@jerseymail.co.uk

386  Date: 2004-05-30 23:47:45
Rodney ( ndhubb@netzero.net / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for this tribute to the greatest country-western artist ever.

385  Date: 2004-05-05 20:56:09
Gary ( garysteve@earthlink.net / http://www.garyscountry.com) wrote:

Great page on an oustanding country singer! It's always nice to see another site dedicated to one of our great legends of "real" country music. Gary

384  Date: 2004-04-23 21:13:55
Amanduh Cox ( amanduh_Duh@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I'm looking for a song Marty Robbins had song for my Dad and Brother. We don't know the title but a few lyrics to the song "racing is my living" I'd grately thank you if you knew the title or how to get this certain song.

383  Date: 2004-04-23 02:01:38
Renee Groce ( technopagan@mindspring.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty's voice affected me the same way. I miss him still. I love this site. I hope you keep it going. Am I the only one who remembers a film version of El Paso? I can't seem to find any reference to it.

382  Date: 2004-04-14 01:23:02
bob ( bob_j75@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

great page great job i enjoy it.
he was a great singer he will be missed
keep up the good work.

381  Date: 2004-04-09 03:00:14
Rod Ader ( rader5598@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I still think of Marty every time I turn a radio on.

380  Date: 2004-04-07 22:15:18
barry ryan ( tb_ryan@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

marty was a superstar will be sadly missed great to see a website dedicated to him

379  Date: 2004-04-02 08:15:17
Ami Mizuno ( sailormercury50@hotmail.com / http://www.geocities.com/capecanaveral/hall/7717/) wrote:

Marty Robbins - his cowboy ballads bring back memorable impressions of a bygone era.

378  Date: 2004-03-25 23:11:43
Jim Renwick ( m00g7h00@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

hello all Marty fans from Jim over in England nice to find a site dedicated to the greatest country/western singer ever been a fan since early 70s

377  Date: 2004-03-19 20:03:44
josh ( snake_1224@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

great web page i to enjoy that angelic voice of marty robbins just wanted to tell you thanks for paying homage to such a great man .

376  Date: 2004-03-01 05:17:08
Tohru Troy Okada ( troysfpd@yahoo.co.jp / http://www.geocities.jp/troysfpd/) wrote:

now I'm 57 yeas old live in Japan since I love Marty's songs everything since 15 years old

375  Date: 2004-02-27 14:32:14
Ed from Festus,Mo. ( www.jeepinaround@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for having the audio of Felina. I've been looking for that song for awhile. I too am also a big Marty Robbins fan. I love everything from his blues to cowboy ballads.

374  Date: 2004-02-23 07:05:06
Asa Bricker ( abrick@gte.net / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for the memories: Feline, El Paso and El Paso City - songs I grew up with in South Texas....

373  Date: 2004-02-22 01:48:23
Clay Fry ( w5gng@swbell.net / no homepage) wrote:

What a great collection! Thanks for keeping it on.

372  Date: 2004-02-20 04:29:03
David Bass ( ddbass@earthlink.net / http://fucking18.org/) wrote:

This e-mail is to Ronnie Robbins. About 3 yrs. ago I sent you a CD where I had changed the words to your dads song Big Iron, and made it a song about Xena and her sidekick Gabrielle. I appreciate you asking your mother to listen to it. You'll remember she didn't care for the show and I don't blame her, she was right to say no to the idea.
Sorry to hear she passed away. I have a song now though she might have liked. Do you remember the song, UP ON THE ROOF. Well I changed the words to make it a gospel song. I haven't tried recording it yet. I would like to know what you think of the lyrics first. Here it is:


Sincerely, David Bass

371  Date: 2004-01-25 03:52:19
Randy Fisher ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you

370  Date: 2004-01-23 18:00:32
Kathy Richey ( richeykm@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty Robbins sang about what every woman in the world wanted. If only the men of the world would listen! He had the mellowest and softest voice of any in the music industry. The passion in his singing voice is rivaled by none.

369  Date: 2004-01-14 17:43:38
rome wallett ( romewallett@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

thank you so much for your interest in mr. marty robbins. i have searched the web for free easy listen music of mr. robbins and your the first that i have come across. i do thank you so much for keeping his music alive for all to hear. i remember as a boy my mother listening to mr. robbins and danceing around the coffee table as she played his music he is a true song writer and composer;something that seems to have left the music industry. marty robbins i my opinion is the greast country singer of all time. And by the way i am 33 years of age and live in texas so i think i know a little about country music. god bless and keep on keeping on

368  Date: 2004-01-14 10:11:18
Ray Rumble Disc Jockey ( ray@rumble.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hi fans. Marty had a special place in my memory too as I first met him here in Australia when he made a three state tour around 1966. I was a Country Music DJ on top rating 4BC Brisbane who ran a highly successful network Country show to 28 radions in New South Wales and Queensland.

I was fortunate in being hired by the promoters to manage his Queensland state tour of 4 major centres. Henece, I got to know Marty and his band well. We were six days on the road and I voiced the intros on each local show.

We met again in 1968 when I was invited to represent Australia at the annual CMA disc jockey convention in Nashville. I ended up staying nearly 9 months as I won a job on the new WSM FM station in Nashville.At the convention we had a few beers and he introduced me to his son who was be debuted at the convention.

I was really saddened when I learnt of his death. We're all getting old I guess!

367  Date: 2004-01-09 10:12:16
Henny&Marianne Moonen ( hm.moonen@home.nl / http://home.hetnet.nl/~hagfan) wrote:

There has not a day gone by that I don't play a Marty record on my Jukebox,He's still with(Merle Haggard) my all time Favorit Country Singer.
Just great he was an will alway's be.
Greetings from the Netherlands.

366  Date: 2003-12-14 09:14:54
shonni ( shonnileigh@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

i love marty robbins from i was in jamaica i use to listen to all of is lp at my house i think i am the biggest marty robbins young fan

365  Date: 2003-12-13 22:55:30
Ben Holloway ( SSGBen19@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for the info on Marty. My poem;

Many have said they're his biggest fans
They are big fans OB-VIOUS-LY
but MARTY'S biggest fan of all
is none other than ME.

Thanks for the opportunity to say this.

Marty's biggest fan Ben

364  Date: 2003-12-07 01:27:58
Alan Melbourne ( alanmelbourne@yahoo.com.au / no homepage) wrote:

I've just been listening to a 45 I bought of El Paso City. I've listened to it over the years and I've twice travelled to Mexico but avoided going to El Paso on the way there or back to Australia. I have always been haunted by the song, like I think Marty really was too. I think I was the young cowboy he shot a long ago time, I wanted to tell him while he was alive but I didn't do it. Could you pass the message on to his family that there is nothing to forgive, and that in another time,if that exists,I'll tell Marty myself. Thank you.

363  Date: 2003-12-04 06:29:08
Al Wittich ( cawittich@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, This is a wonderful sight...how neat. I'm interested in getting a tape or CD of Marty singing one of his last songs "Some memories just won't die". Had Marty lived longer, this song would have definately gone gold. Can you please provide me with info on purchasing this song as well as any other available tapes and or CD's? Thanks you. Al

362  Date: 2003-11-29 20:04:45
Peter Abrahamsen ( no email / http://www.peterabrahamsen.dk) wrote:

Just to inform you I have visited your website and are on wednesday the 3rd recording Devil Woman i NAshville Music Row Studie

361  Date: 2003-11-18 03:17:17
Ginny ( sweet_dusty1984@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

My husband had to be the greatest Marty Robbins admirer of all time. He learned to play the guitar in Mexico during a break in the service and sang and played Marty Robins' songs to near perfection. He said the reason he liked them so well, was they told a story. I think he must have had every single LP and tape Marty ever made.

We joined friends on Saturday nights to play and sing, and rarely a Saturday night went by that someone didn't ask him to sing "El Paso", while I liked his follow-up, "El Paso City", which finished the story. I had many favorites "Man Walks Among Us", and the list goes on.

Like Marty, he has passed on, too. His last Christmas my son presented him with a CD made from the many tapes I had made of him, and like Marty's tapes, a treasure.

360  Date: 2003-11-16 14:18:40
ken tuddenham ( kt00h3120@blueyonder.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

just to say the greatest talent that ever was greatly missed

359  Date: 2003-11-14 06:21:25
Bryan Rawlins ( trinity340517@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was surfing the net and found this website. I am a HUGE fan of Marty's!!! I love all of his music, but mostly his gunslinger ballads! Please anyone feel free to send me email about Marty!

358  Date: 2003-11-14 00:25:51
Paul Power ( powerpaul@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Always been a great Marty Robbins fan and watched the 1984 tribute last night again on video and brought back great memories.I was wondering about his son Ronny.Has he recored?I heard him once sing Some memories just won't die and he sounded exactly like his dad.Any information on his music would be much appreciated


I just wish I had the opportunity to see Marty in concert.Not only an unbelivabe voice but I bet with his sense of humour it would be one terrific night

357  Date: 2003-11-07 03:23:14
Joel Herron ( jbirdh@charter.net / no homepage) wrote:

Marty has always been my favorite singer of all time. I will never find anyone to replace his music for me! I only wish I could have seen him perform on stage. I believe he has a son whom I saw sing one of songs on TV once. He sounded much like his dad. I don't know his name but if he has ever recorded any of Marty's songs, could you tell me how I might obtain a CD of his. MARTY IS THE GREATEST

356  Date: 2003-11-05 17:26:25
Wolfram T. Huemer ( huemer@iworld.de / no homepage) wrote:

Hello. I'm also a big fan of Marty Robbins. I'm searching in a long time the MR Title "The chair".
Can everybody say me on which CD I can buy this very great Title? I can't get it here in Germany. Regards from Germany (Augsburg)

355  Date: 2003-10-19 00:11:30
NELSON HUSSEY ( nelson.betty@sympatico.ca / http://sympatico.ca) wrote:


354  Date: 2003-10-08 17:58:21
marty ( capthowdytnt@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

marty robbins was and still the bast i love and miss him

353  Date: 2003-10-06 17:23:35
Marlene ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I"m 26 yrs. old and just only recently started listening to Marty Robbins music...
It was "The story of my life"...
I just loved it....I think his music is wonderful.

352  Date: 2003-10-01 11:04:20
kiragu ( felicia248@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I will not or never stop listening to Marty Robbins.
Thanks a lot Helen for giving us happiness in remembering him. No one else makes this kind of music and I really really love it.

351  Date: 2003-10-01 10:54:51
kiragu ( felicia248@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I love music by Marty Robbins and It gives me a lot of pleasure just listening to him.

350  Date: 2003-09-28 00:50:49
butch bolyard ( cebbolyard@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

great site, will be back to look at everything.

349  Date: 2003-09-23 14:44:41
felicia wanjiku kiragu ( felicia.kiragu@fao.org / no homepage) wrote:

Great Marty Robbins live for ever !!. I grew up listening to his music, never knowing really who was singing. Only in 2002 did I know for sure
how great he was. It really amazing that the music I first listened as a child was Martys. So many years later, lost in other personal activities and having forgotten all about music. The Music that has attracted me most ends up being Marty Robbins Music
Thank you so much Helen for making our lives so happy in this page. felicia.

348  Date: 2003-09-22 04:42:34
Heidi Herring ( magnoliablossom03@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

I am still a Marty Robbins,and a Ronnie Robbins fan! I have been looking for an 8x10 color photo of each of them!

347  Date: 2003-09-20 20:54:10
Roger Wade ( CobraKon@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi I am the only Marty Robbins Impersonator in the western states. As long as I can sing Marty Robbins will live on through me. I work with Jamie's Rock & Country Legends out of Portland Oregon.I do all of the Marty Robbins Shows. My picture is on all of the Impersonator web sits if you would like to see.Love all of you for keeping Marty Alive.(Can It be that man can disappear from life and live another time).

346  Date: 2003-09-19 17:37:26
Carolyn Bryan ( bryan_carolyn@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen, Its so marvelous to see someone else sharing my passion, I love Marty Robbins, its uncanning how he always manages to tap into my emotions whenever he's singing, I really love his ballads of love and lost and life and death, hes so good my all time fsvourites are devil woman, cool water, el paso city, they're hanging me tonite, there so much its so hard to choose. i love you cite. thank you for loving what i love.

345  Date: 2003-09-13 03:41:35
Phil Cunningham ( patriot6@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I have been a Marty Robbins Fan ever since I was a little child in grade school. I am now 57 years old.
I wish that I could had seen him in person but I never got the chance. He was the greatest country singer of all time. I still listen to his music to this day.

344  Date: 2003-09-12 01:29:23
Roseanna Sexton ( roseanna67@AOL.COM / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen.I just found this sight by accident and I am glad that I did. I think Martin David Robbinson is one of the people that I can say I really and truly love.When he passed away,it took me, this no joke,years, before I could listen to one of his songs without crying.And I just found out about Marizona, and now they are together in Heaven, and every thing is as it should be.There is just something about Marty. This may be wrong but I loved ,and still do, Marty more than my father.

343  Date: 2003-09-11 00:59:37
Timothy P. Todd ( ttodd24034@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty was a great recording artist and I don't understand why his music is so seldom heard on the radio. I love it.

342  Date: 2003-09-10 06:16:14
Hannah Rockey ( hhrockey@sccoast.net / no homepage) wrote:

I was wondering if anyone knows if the souvenier collectable coin of Marty Robbins is still available for sale anywhere. I would appreciate any help. Thanks, Hannah Rockey.

341  Date: 2003-09-03 06:20:03
Hannah Rockey ( hhrockey@sccoast.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen
I'm back enjoying your site on Marty again. I so enjoy the song " Falina". This is such a wonderful site for all of Marty's fans.You are doing a great job. Be back soon.
Hannah Rockey

340  Date: 2003-08-25 20:16:43
Marilyn ( Titanic1939@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I have been a fan of Marty Robbins since the late fifties. My favorite recording I have by him is 'Too Far Gone'I sure miss him.No one had a voice like him or ever will have (other than Ronnie).

339  Date: 2003-08-25 10:35:58
Lynne Fowkes ( lynnefowkes@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

i really enjoyed this site thankyou

338  Date: 2003-08-16 23:32:42
Nancy Thompson ( Nancjo100@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

hello, i am a fan of Marty Robbins....I cant think of a song I dont like by him, he was the greatest!!!!!!!!!!!!

337  Date: 2003-08-09 16:50:08
ken tuddenham ( kt00h3120@blueyonder.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

enjoyed reading about marty again

336  Date: 2003-08-07 01:52:02
cecil edmunds ( cecedm@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

I never met Marty , but I have seen many of his performances on tv .. I have always like his music from the frst time i heard him back in the fities..Marty to me is one of the great singers his music will live on and on Wish you would perform more Ronny you sound just like your father thanks for the memories

335  Date: 2003-07-26 01:20:30
deven kng ( dkvoh2o@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

a really great job of putting together a truly SUPER website

334  Date: 2003-07-25 17:08:16
felicia wanjiku kiragu ( felicia248@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I cannot believe that the songs I heard and tried to mimic/sing when I was much younger are songs by Marty Robbins. Then, I never knew who he was, I just loved his music that I heard from my cousin,s old grammophones but now listening to him while working in my computer, I cannot stop listening. I am so carried away that I have to force myself to stop. The way he creates music with some interesting stories and his wonderful voice. I want to hear him pronouce the words he pronouces so clearly its increadible.

333  Date: 2003-07-23 19:46:09
Jesse Williamson ( jeswill01@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I enjoyed your comments, especially about "Don't Worry". Every morning when I start to work,I select that song on my CD player and crank up the volume almost wide open. I think you hit the nail on the head when you said that the song touches your spirit. I am an electronics nut, also, and I really appreciate the way that the "fuzz" sound was recorded by a blown fuze for the channel carrying the lead guitar. I love everything about that song!
I also lived in El Paso for about 17 years off and on, and could also listen to Marty's El Paso all day long.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts and feelings on your website.

332  Date: 2003-07-19 22:47:06
steve landaun ( pettbearr@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I listened to the great voice of Marty everyday.
He makes my day. When either I am sad or happy, Marty is there for me. Long live that sensational voice of Marty Robbins. Thanks Marty...STEVE

331  Date: 2003-07-15 21:35:02
chuck thompson ( chuck_in_az@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

I first saw Marty in Pueblo,Colorado in 1953. he was a headliner on the Little Jimmie Dickens show.I have 27 of his albums all bought by me. i had the honor of meeting Marty several times over the years the last time on the mezzanine at the Denver airport in 1972. We had nice twenty minute chat. Hewas waiting for a plane to Vegas and we were heading to San Francisco. More later. This is my very first E-Mail on an old PC and my last. A new one will be coming forthwith. Bye

330  Date: 2003-07-10 17:38:28
Steve ( zincmaster@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you very much. We heard only recently the Feleena song, and never knew it exhisted before. Is there a CD available that might just have the trilogy. Thank you

329  Date: 2003-07-07 21:19:25
alfred ramirez ( ramireza59@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

It's a very nice webpage. We were talking about one of his songs and decided to look for Marty Robbins on the internet. :-) Found what we were looking for.

328  Date: 2003-07-04 18:01:00
charlie roessler ( callencom@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

we grew up with marty and value his talent and work as you and kristi. he was sent from heaven to fill our hearts with the spirits of the angels,to us marty will always whisper with the wind. we are thankful for having known marty...thanks forsharing!!!!

327  Date: 2003-06-19 15:26:22
Renate-Maria Schmahl ( renatemariaschmahl@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hello, sind many years I am a fan of Marty Robbins, and I am collecting all about him ,records, CD's,
photos, etc.
Especially I am looking for this CD:
Marty Robbins Live, Concert Versions of His Greatest Hits, Pickwick Corp. LTD, Londen, no.3003382, released in 1995.
Hope so much someone could help me with the CD.
Thank you very much in advance.
Many greetings from Kiel in Germany,
Renate-Maria Schmahl

326  Date: 2003-06-18 19:18:34
darcy ( dbowman1@twcny.rr.com / no homepage) wrote:

how can i get the lyrics to his song maria i need it realy fast can any one help me

325  Date: 2003-06-11 17:23:30
paul gordon ( pappyg777@a0l.com / no homepage) wrote:

i saw marty at krnt th in des moines in the 50s he was well loved by everyone still missing his wonderful voice. paul gordon

324  Date: 2003-06-08 13:52:30
Kees ( keco@home.nl / no homepage) wrote:


i have question,
lives MARTY or is he dead?
I have many cd's downloaded from him and it's a great Singer!

greetings Kees from The Netherlands...

323  Date: 2003-06-04 07:22:41
Hannah Rockey ( hhrockey@sccoast.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen. Just stopping by to say Hi and still enjoying your site. I tried the Ernest tubb record store for the song" If there's still another mountain" by Marty but they didn't have any record of it. Evidently it was just on that one album he made in 1973. But I did get a responce from the message I left on your message board. A nice guy who was Marty's neighbor found it for me.Thanks Dave. Dave has had many good things to tell me about Marty and I have enjoyed his emails. Talking about what a wonderful person Marty was as well as his wonderful voice and personality.Marty was really loved by all who lived in his community. Will be back to visit soon. Take care.

322  Date: 2003-06-04 03:06:46
robert brown ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

my memory is fading, was it robby or ronnie robbins.

321  Date: 2003-06-04 02:51:45
robert brown ( alwyswillin@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

it was a sad day for all when this gentleman passed away. such a beautiful voice and charming music. i had the pleasure of enjoying robby robbins sing his dads music at the harrison county fair in bethany mo.. robby also had the beautiful voice of his dads, which when i heard him sing i could close my eyes and imagine it was marty. i wished at the time that robby would carry on in his dads footsteps but as far as i know he never did. he wanted to be himself, which is good in its own way. thank you for letting me touch a memory. Robert.

320  Date: 2003-05-24 15:01:46
Carol Graham ( clgraham45@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, I don't know if you remember me or not. You put on the website about Miss Lilly's birthday and I sent her a card. (Her birthday was the same as my twin boys and little girl that had died) I talked to you a couple of times in April or May of 2000, just after we both had gotten new cars. We talked about my Mother and I going to see Ronnie, in July 1999, 1 day before his 50th birthday, and how sweet he was to show us around his offices, posed with us for pictures, gave us some free pictures and stuff and even walked us to the car when we left. It was the most wonderful visit, he made us feel so special.
Also, after Miss Lilly passed away, her friend wrote me a letter and included the obituary notice from the paper to let me know. She said that Miss Lilly had talked about me several times, to her, and about me having a litttle girl and a set of twins born on her birthday and about me being such a big fan of her sweet brothers. I was really touched that she was so thoughtful to keep my name and information and remembered what I had wrote to her. I told my Mama that it just showed there truly are wonderful people in this world and it made me love everything about Marty Robbins even more. Well, my Mama passed away March 19th and I stayed with her and took care of her the last couple of months of her life. Everyday I would put in some of Marty's videos or CDs and she would close her eyes and listen. She loved his music so much that she even wanted "With his hand on my shoulder" and "Little spot in heaven" played at her funeral. And we did. Carol

319  Date: 2003-05-21 09:12:31
Stu Stevens ( ash_records36@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

It was so nice to know Martin,i recall him peeping around the end of the piano at the Ryman Grand Ole Oprey,on my first visit to Nashville. The memories are all mine Martin and they can't take them away. Sincerely STU

318  Date: 2003-05-20 00:59:40
Hannah Rockey ( hhrockey@sccoast.net / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks Helen for taking time to help me. Marty couldn't have a nicer person running his site.You are so dedicated to Marty and you understand how much his music means to the fans.

317  Date: 2003-05-18 07:14:13
Hannah Rockey ( hhrockey@sccoast.net / no homepage) wrote:

I am looking for any information on how to get Marty's song"If there's still another mountain?" I would appreciate any information.Still have precious memories of this great singer and entertainer.

316  Date: 2003-05-18 06:58:56
Hannah Rockey ( hhrockey@sccoast.net / no homepage) wrote:

Still miss this great man. Thanks Marty for all the beautiful songs you left for us.

315  Date: 2003-05-15 19:32:02
pete murphy ( pmurphy@etoncollege.org.uk / no homepage) wrote:

i agree totally with your sentiments on marty robbins. keep his memory alive. best of luck

314  Date: 2003-05-14 02:23:54
Mark & Carroll Latham ( Lmcl3ent@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Congratulations on your efforts to honor this special performer and gentleman. We were hoping to find some of the lyrics to Marty's and other country & western performers songs.. Mark plays the guitar and sings. For the past 45 years he has copied the lyrics of songs into a special book, but while singing at a recent 50th class reunion, it was lost. Does anyone know where we can get just the lyrics like they used to record in the old Hit Parader magazine? We have a single copy left after all these years and it has only one song Mark sings, "A Litty Bitty Tear" by Burl Ives. If anyone emails us, please put "country music" in the subject line. Keep up the good work. Thanks. M & C

313  Date: 2003-05-06 03:29:23
Steward Hollar ( shollar@cablelynx.com / no homepage) wrote:

I first started singing Marty's songs in 1953. I had just enlisted in the Air Force and was stationed at Wichita Falls, Tx for aircraft mechanic school. I didn't have a guitar but another guy had one he couldn't play very well, so all the guys wanted me to play and sing. They sure bought alot of beer to hear "After You Leave Me". I really liked Marty's style - the way he held a note - long after other singers had let it go. I tryed it and liked it. I can't go high like Marty could but I try.
The one and only time I got to see Marty was in Panama City, Fla. I think it was in 1964. I have seen several other big stars but, Marty was the only one to sound in person like he did on his records. He blew my wife away - She was almost spell bound. She kept saying "I didn't know he sang that" and "I didn't know he sounded so great". What a wonderful show he put on. It was a sad day when we lost Marty, but his music still lives on.

312  Date: 2003-05-05 13:24:02
VALENTINA WHALEY ( vwhaley@fssa.state.in.us / no homepage) wrote:

well, done

311  Date: 2003-04-29 23:11:58
paul gater ( pg014h4468@blueyonder.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

My mother played Marty Robbins all day and night Now I listen to him as well. RIP Marty
Paul Gater UK

310  Date: 2003-04-27 18:15:50
Doyle Raines ( doyle_47933@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I am very sorry to learn of Marizona passing. I didn't know her personally.....only being a fan of Marty. I wanted to meet her just to say how Marty music has been enjoyed by me for years.
I am very sorry.

309  Date: 2003-04-24 01:56:47
nick holland ( chopperdawg@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

i really appretiate what you've done for the king of country!!!
MARTY ROBBINS is who i believe was the greastest country singer ever!!! keep up the good work!!
also contact ben trawick in tombstone, arizona for info on marty, because the two were friends!!!!
he has personal photos!!
e-mail me back please!!!
thank you!!
nick holland

308  Date: 2003-04-19 15:52:07
Bill Burkhill ( bburkhill@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

For me the greatest voice in country Music and one of the best songwriters

307  Date: 2003-04-14 22:55:50
Sheryl Basye ( sbasye@prn.opinionresearch.com / no homepage) wrote:

There was no other entertainer like him nor has there been.
He was terrific!

306  Date: 2003-04-11 15:15:06
Clarence Mason ( indycamster@netscape.net / no homepage) wrote:

I share your admiration for Marty. You may also enjoy Gordon Lightfoot. He also has great relationship songs.

305  Date: 2003-04-05 18:11:21
Jackie ( Jackienhoss@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen: This is the first time I visited your site, but it kept me entertained for quite a while. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will be back again.
Keeping Marty's voice alive through your website is the greatest gift you can give him and his fans.
Thanks Helen.

304  Date: 2003-04-04 01:35:05
Gerry Clarke ( gfclarke2003@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Have been a big fan for years, ever since I first heard El Paso on the radio. I have collected many of his songs over the years.

303  Date: 2003-04-01 00:24:25
Roger Wade ( sniper@earthlink.net / no homepage) wrote:

Date: 2003-03-31 01:18:46 - IP:
Hi my name is Roger Wade I live in Las Vegas Nv.
I am a Marty Robbins Impersonator.

302  Date: 2003-03-30 07:56:49
Bill Martinez ( newmexicotrails@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen,Thank you for keeping Martys memory alive. Keep in touch ,Bill Martinez.

301  Date: 2003-03-18 04:03:44
cathey ( chodge55@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen thanks for the web site. Try to e-mail you but did'nt get in...so i will try this way-- I have several mags with pics and articles of Marty if you would like them would be glad to mail them to you. They are from the '70's Country Song Roundup??? Race pictures too. Let me know if you are interested. Thanks again for the web site

300  Date: 2003-03-13 12:12:48

JUST A LINE TO SAY THANKS FOR HAVING MY MARTY ROBBINS SONG ON YOUR GREAT SITE PEO[LE HAVE BEEN MAILING ME FR0OM ALL OVER .WE Are coming to the states in may ,vegas then az then across to los angeles .
hope you are keeping well AS WE ARE

299  Date: 2003-03-02 00:28:45
Clinton L. Boersma ( CNDBOERSMA@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I have a one CD with Marty Robbins music and play it a lot. I have always enjoyed his music as he was sincere in his music. I enjoyed his music when I was in the Military and would listen to him when ever I could. Keep up the good work that you have done on Marty. I understand that he served in the United States Navy but do not know if that is true. If he did I must say that I appreciate that very much.

298  Date: 2003-02-27 01:11:51
Jim Harrod ( jtharrod@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:


One of the finest in the business, and his music will never grow old.

297  Date: 2003-02-20 06:08:18
Johann Pranadjaja ( Johan.Pranadjaja@id.pwcglobal.com / http://www.pwcglobal.com) wrote:

Memories never die

296  Date: 2003-01-28 16:55:22
gary oliver ( suembailey@yahoo.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:


295  Date: 2003-01-27 06:32:41
Regis de la Pointe ( regisd@ix.netcom.com / no homepage) wrote:

Being a fan of Marty and having recently moved to Tucson, I enjoyed your web page very much!!!!!!
Thank you for the effort-----

294  Date: 2003-01-26 21:50:21
S. Davis ( DAVISAS6@AOL.COM / no homepage) wrote:

Just a fan of Marty's

293  Date: 2003-01-26 14:00:36
gary oliver ( suembailey@yahoo.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

a life long marty fan i have just discovered you on the internet and i can only aplaud your devotion to his legacy and as we all know there will never be another even close to him.i would love to get some ronny robbins tracks can you possibly help me.?

292  Date: 2003-01-15 17:57:26
Joyce Lane ( jlane009@tampabay.rr.com / no homepage) wrote:

Nice sight. I have been looking for a record of Marty's, "The Chair". Do you know it.

291  Date: 2003-01-15 05:10:23
Jim Mirowski ( jmirowski@frii.com / no homepage) wrote:

Still love Marty's music. Thanks for the web site.

290  Date: 2003-01-06 04:04:41
Cork ( cork@techie.com / http://www.geocities.com/cork1958/) wrote:

Old time memories!! Thanks.

289  Date: 2003-01-06 00:49:38
chris yates ( yatesc@nimitz.navy.mil / no homepage) wrote:

hi helen,
just wanted to say that im only 22, and i started listening to marty when my dad would drive me to school. i love his songs, but am having a hard time finding some of my favorites.
love your sute. please keep it up.

288  Date: 2003-01-03 23:13:37
Casey Winters ( no email / http://www.wintersbrothersband.com) wrote:

Hello, I just wanted to thank who evers site this is for announcing my grandfathers passing this past Aug. 02. It is very hard to deal with, but we all know that he lives in so many people still today. I sit hear listening to the Yodeling King thinking about how amazing he was. He faught hard and long during his battle with cancer, but he went fighting!

Thanks for all of the blessings...they really do go a long way.

God bless the Yodeling King!!

Thanks Again!
Casey Winters

287  Date: 2002-12-29 11:54:54
David Wilkinson ( drwilko@blueyonder.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

great page
thanks for the memories

286  Date: 2002-12-22 18:15:16
Norma ( njordan100@insightbb.com / http://njordan100.com/jgdisc/home/jghomepg.html) wrote:

Love your site! I am so glad that you found mine and pointed me in this direction. It is great to be able to corresponded with you about our mutual love for great artists like Marty and of course, my own love of Tompall and The Glaser Brothers. I have to say again, the entry song on your site by Jim Reynolds as his tribute to Marty, is absolutely beautiful. It is awesome that he sounds so much like Marty. Perhaps some of your guests might also enjoy a song or two by Jim Glaser of Tompall and the Glaser Brothers, which I have on my site. Jim and Marty together go back a ways as you know. With respect...


285  Date: 2002-12-16 02:22:54
MARK EVDEMON ( markevdemon@webtv.net / http://www.angelfire.com/pa5/markpa) wrote:

Enjoyed surfing this Marty Robbins site. One of my most favorite singers. Especially like, "Devil Woman, El Paso", etc.

284  Date: 2002-12-10 18:01:32
Victoria Richards ( steve@steverichards.net / http://www.steverichards.net) wrote:

Hi Helen,
What a fun site. Steve was honored when asked by famed songwriter Scott Turner to record "West Texas Tears" a tribute to Marty. Tears well up in my eyes every time I listen to it. You can hear a portion of it on www.steverichards.net. We will be adding a tribute page on Marty Robbins shortly and include your link as well.
Best Wishes,
Steve and Victoria Richards

283  Date: 2002-12-10 04:47:18
pat & dale Pearson ( 3330n@charter.net / no homepage) wrote:

Have been unofficial fans for years. Have attended concerts in the area and have a few albums, tapes. Are looking for Twentieth Century Drifter single or album (cd if its been produced)Would also appreciate knowing where to find some of the old songs/albums now out on cd.

282  Date: 2002-12-08 22:56:31
george ( zzziiggss@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I heard running gun when I was a boy. I bought it and have been hooked ever since. I am now 60 and still feel the hairs on my neck stand when Marty's songs are played

281  Date: 2002-12-03 15:13:34
Steve ( stroutman@isncnet.com / no homepage) wrote:

Great site Helen. Do you happen the know the chorus to the song Doggone Cowboy? Can't understand the line dream of a girl....?

280  Date: 2002-12-01 22:33:41
AJ ( blackeagle@ev1.net / no homepage) wrote:

Very nice set up, very informative

279  Date: 2002-11-21 16:04:11
Einar Kr. Holtet ( e-holtet@online.no / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Helen!

I discovered Marty just a year back, you see: we Norwegians are slow... I got hooked, his voice is fabuoulous - cannot be compared to anyone. A unique singer, who passed away too young! What do you think we could do to spread his music in Scandinavia?

278  Date: 2002-11-17 16:14:40
Brett LaPeare ( brett42@bulkley.net / no homepage) wrote:

More soul in one line than in all of Nashville crap put together. Thanx for doing this.

Return of the Gunfighter..where can I find it!!??

277  Date: 2002-11-15 06:08:17
mike radtke ( mikeradtke418@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

can you give me the name of that vidio a tribute to marty robbens he was one of the best and we loved him and his music. i hope you know the vidio im talking about it talked about his racing he sung with little jimmy dickens roy acuff it was great and i loved it. thank you mike radtke

276  Date: 2002-11-14 20:43:24
Chris Kruger ( krugerhc@mweb.co.za / http://mweb.co.za) wrote:

I've been a fan of Marty since I was very young. I'm so glad I found this site. Very well set up. It really made my day to see that the ol' cowboy has'nt been forgotten. ( by the way, I'm from South Africa)

275  Date: 2002-11-12 04:40:23
Lynn Daniel ( lynndaniel101@yahoo.com / http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/49/erin_hay.html) wrote:

Hi Helen,

I really enjoyed my visit to your site. It's nicely designed, and very informative! I've always loved Marty's music since I was a child. I love your tribute site in honor of him... it's great! Please feel free to stop by and listen to some songs by Erin Hay. She sings traditional country... and does it proud! Be sure and sign the guestbook. :o) Her version of "Don't Worry 'Bout Me" is really good. "Thanks for keeping it Country" Keep up the great work on your site!!

All the best to you,

Lynn Daniel

274  Date: 2002-11-11 05:07:59
Ronny Cox ( coxfinancial@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

My father was the ultimate Marty fan. We would listen to Marty on the radio on Saturday night. Marty was usually called back to the stage for a few more songs. He loved it, and we did too! My father died in July 2002, the Pastor read the first few verses of the Master's Call. So, I grew up listening to the songs of Marty Robbins. It was great!! Thanks for the memories!

273  Date: 2002-11-09 06:28:20
les reed ( leslie1999@btinternet.com / no homepage) wrote:

Very good page; for a while I thought that I was the only one to feel glad at having heard Marty's music and so sad to hear of his death.

Having been a fan of Marty since I was a teenager in the 60s I was very happy to find that, via AMAZON (US section) I am now able to replace my worn out records with CDs from all over the USA and also to have access to stuff that I'd never heard.

Chet Atkins, Jim Reeves, Roy Orbison, Marty and many more have gone, but at least we have their musical legacy.

Thanks again for a great site.
Best wishes, Les Reed (east London UK)

272  Date: 2002-11-04 04:17:44
Deborah Wilson ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

We, also are big Marty Robbins fans. Thank you. My boys also appreciate his music as I have play it often for them.

271  Date: 2002-11-03 20:04:32
Tim & Joyce Tucker ( Birdsnest@ftc-i.net / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Helen,
Simply great...As a youngster I was allowed to stay up late on Sat. nights to hear The Opry from WSM. And, as with you, the first time I heard Marty, I was also hooked. I believe the year was '52 or '53. Wish I had some contributions for your site, but all I have are most all of Marty's records and a ton of memories. I'm sure Marty would really appreciate the work you have done in his honor. Some Memories Just Won't Die!

270  Date: 2002-10-30 17:58:40
Russ Catterson ( rcatters@tctc.com / no homepage) wrote:

Ol' Marty would be very pleased with your presentation of this site
you deserve all the awards that you got!
thanks for your help in getting me some of his lyrics, it helped a bunch
love the work you have done!!!!!

269  Date: 2002-10-28 05:42:59
Ron Leabeater ( ronleabeater@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I reside in Australia and had the great fortune of meeting Marty when he visited our wonderful country. I always adored his western music particularly how he kept alive the great music of two of his idols the late Bob Nolan and Gene Autry. I have a very large collection of Marty's recordings going back to his first recordings around 1951-although it will be twenty years on December 8, 2002 since he left us his memory never fades and he will always be sadly missed.

268  Date: 2002-10-23 19:55:29
Dorothy ( dottybird40@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:


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266  Date: 2002-10-17 21:45:09
George Heckle ( wzupgeeman@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

We are the forgotten Heckle's My great grand father was Texas Bob Heckle who was Marty grand father. My dad Jack Heckle grew up with Marty Robbins in Glendale Az.

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264  Date: 2002-10-14 00:32:23
Mike Marshall ( henbane@supanet.com / no homepage) wrote:


263  Date: 2002-10-07 04:04:53
Greg Kennedy ( greg.kennedy@sympatico.ca / no homepage) wrote:

A fine tribute to one of the all time greats. Reading through your website brought back some great memories.

262  Date: 2002-10-05 02:46:05
Sam Burgess ( sburg@brinet.com / no homepage) wrote:

Wonderful page. Great tribute to a great singer of great songs. Still miss old Marty. I Go to Arizona every winter and think of him while in the desert. Loved to go the the Opry and see Marty close the show or maybe not he loved that part.haha
Keep up the great site. Thanks

261  Date: 2002-10-03 23:19:34
Kathy C. Schultz ( kathykcs@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty Robbins is my hero and his wife was his angel
on earth, bringing out the best in him and thereby
he brought out the best of us with his music and the
good soul that he is

260  Date: 2002-10-02 23:49:15
Rod V Harpham ( rodney.harpham@btopenworld.com.uk / no homepage) wrote:

great site for a great man, i only wish i could have seen him perform, my recent visit to Pheonix took me as close as will ever get listening to pat James perform on stage singing "master call"

259  Date: 2002-09-12 00:29:22
Billy Don Burns ( billydonburns@msn.com / http://www.billydonburns.com) wrote:

Very nice, I'am sure Marty would be proud. I was fortunate enough to get to know him. In the 1970's
I was friends with Ken McDuffe who played Fiddle in Marty's Band. We wrote songs for Mel Tillis. I got to know Marty and most of the band. Ken has also passed on. They were all great. There is a picture
of Marty, Ken and Me on my web site, I believe it is in the history part. B.D.

258  Date: 2002-09-07 06:48:00
Richard ( richarda1@chartertn.net / no homepage) wrote:

Helen. I really appreciate your information. My mother was so pleased to finally find which album Martha oh Martha is on. I love your website. Thanks so much for being so helpful. God bless you and your family.

257  Date: 2002-09-03 13:32:48
Kelly Bullard ( bullard@cno.us / http://portal.cnonline.net) wrote:

My mother, aunt and I are Big Fans of Marty Robbins. We have alot of his albums. My mother let my dad barrow one that had one of my favorite songs,
"The Chair", I believe the name of the album is "Today". Could you tell me how I may get a copy of this albums? The last time he was in Birmingham, my mother took one of her sisters, and said I could go the next time he came. But the next time never came. It would mean alot to me to find this record. The cover has Marty on the front with his one of his racecars.
Thanks and God Bless,

256  Date: 2002-09-03 06:36:31
John Breakfield ( breakjm@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

It's very nice of you to do this. It's a great thing and thanks for the good work.

255  Date: 2002-08-29 21:04:13
edward baker hudson ( edwardbakerhudson@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi, great site about a truly great singer.

I'm a writer who is also a fan and one of Marty's songs has me pondering- namely, El Paso City.

My book has a section dealing with reincarnation- in the above song Marty seems to speak about a past life experience as a cowboy. Was this just a poetic contrivance or did Marty half or wholly believe it?

Anyone out there know?

254  Date: 2002-08-27 23:57:55
Kathryn Pope ( kpskye@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:


253  Date: 2002-08-24 13:45:59
williamstrachan ( williamstrachan566@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

your web site is very good and i hope it will
continue for a long time, i saw marty on one of
is last visits to the uk. he his sadly missed
he will be sing ing to the angels up in heaven.

252  Date: 2002-08-23 21:17:43
Rosaline Murray ( rosieiam@sk.sympatico.ca / no homepage) wrote:

The world is just not the same without Marty Robbins in it.

251  Date: 2002-08-20 03:08:39
Russ Catterson ( rcatters@tctc.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you dear Helen
this is a very beautiful tribute to our old friend Marty
I used to call square dances an the day that Marty left us, i had a dance to do that night
i did a tribute to our friend, but the dances didn't notice that i had to turn my back to the floor when i was doing the singign calls, that way they could not see the tears running down my face, ps don't tell them ok
I am lookng for chords an music of Marty, i am not good at seaching
do you know where i can find a site that has his songs with the chords?
thank you very much
another Marty fan

250  Date: 2002-08-19 23:32:45
Susan Cather ( mcather1@cox.net / no homepage) wrote:

Good Evening Helen:
A year ago I went to the museum at Opryland. I truly enjoyed reading and looking at all the things regarding Marty Robbins. When I saw
a picture of his wife Marizona I completely did a
double take. She looks just like my own mother who passed away many years ago. Do you have any
pictures of her that you could post on your website?? It sure would be nice.
Thanks much!
Susan Cather ;0)

249  Date: 2002-08-19 14:32:43
Chester Mann ( chester@mibor.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen! Just thought I would visit the link you provided in your e-mail to me. Very nice site!

248  Date: 2002-08-15 23:53:06
Ray Waterhouse ( rwaterho@nycap.rr.com / no homepage) wrote:

Very nice site. Contratulations.

247  Date: 2002-08-13 05:08:05
lloyd t powell ( muleskinner@av1.com / no homepage) wrote:

i have often said if i had the choice of all the music in the world or just martys i would take martys recordings

246  Date: 2002-08-10 23:54:37
DENNIS DALY ( DLYALS@SBCGLOBAL.NET / no homepage) wrote:


245  Date: 2002-08-08 14:03:29
Carolyn McCance ( cmccance@tvec.net / no homepage) wrote:

I love your website! I am searching for a discography on Marty...trying to make sure I have EVERYTHING he ever sang!

244  Date: 2002-07-24 23:38:46
Gene Roberts Jr. ( Moatengator1986@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I live in El Paso...and I often imagine the city as it was in the 1880's. I can almost see the trail taken out of town by Felena's lover. Perhaps he was laid to rest at Concordia Cemetary near John Wesley Hardin. The decendents of Felena are everywhere; sirens tempting the cowboy in us all to willingly take the wrong trail for just a few moments of their time. I truly enjoy your site. Unfortunately, I was not able to take advantage of the Trilogy due to the type of media player I have.

243  Date: 2002-07-21 21:41:25
mclane65 ( mclane65@yahoo.com / http://www.geocities.com/mclane65/usmc.html) wrote:

We are sitting here listening to El Paso. Just thot I'd sign your g-book

242  Date: 2002-07-16 20:54:44
Lance Gaw ( llgaw@yahoo.com / http://users2.ev1.net/~lgaw) wrote:

Hello, Helen! I think it's awesome that you have dedicated a website for Marty Robbins. I've always heard the song El Paso from movies, but never heard of the entire song until recently. Reading life stories of famous country singers is very encouraging considering the fact that all of these singers are just as normal as anybody else, but it's their music that brings them to life. It's awesome. Thanks Helen for sharing Marty's story with us.

241  Date: 2002-07-10 06:01:05
Melanie Harris ( seminarians@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi, Helen! Marty Robbins was my great uncle- I am Lillie's granddaughter. I am sad to say Lillie passsed away recently. Thank you for putting her story on the page. I enjoyed your site and just wanted to say thanks for caring and doing such a good job!

240  Date: 2002-07-06 17:11:38
nyron wood ( wood@nyron2.freeserve.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

can anyone help me find "rdf" on cd. my father has it on vinyl and i'm trying to obtain it for him. exellent all round entertainer

239  Date: 2002-06-21 07:43:00
Jeff barker ( brkrjffryndrgn@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

What a wonderful site for such a wonderful entertainer

238  Date: 2002-06-15 22:56:00
Markus Glaus, geneva, Switzerl ( mglaus@bluemail.ch / no homepage) wrote:

Can anybody help me in finding the words in spanish
of Marty Roberts' song El Paso. It starts like that:
"en la frontera muy cerca de El Paso, nunca pensé
que me fuera a murir ....". Thanks a lot in advance

237  Date: 2002-06-15 02:07:00
Jeff Edwards ( no email / no homepage) wrote:


You have a real nice place here. Marty is one of my all time favorites. NO ONE can ever replace him.

236  Date: 2002-06-13 07:00:00
barbara jordan ( barbarajordan505@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

i have always loved martys music he was an awesome performer i listen to his music all the time i went to his gravesite several years ago and to his muesum i left the muesum in tears when he sang some memories just won't die his music will never die
a loyal fan forever barbara

235  Date: 2002-06-13 00:33:00
Earl Kronk ( jollyollie@jcn1.com / no homepage) wrote:

I am a Marty Robbins fan from way back, I was surfing the web and found this. Great page. Question? do you know where any of Ronny Robbins music is available

234  Date: 2002-06-12 21:03:00
Berna Woodard ( BernaWoodard@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I am a hugh Marty fan. I was lucky to have seen him in person but only once when he came to Denver. I even have some pictures of him on my wall at work. What a wonderful entertainer and an all around great person!

233  Date: 2002-06-12 20:13:00
Berna Woodard ( BernaWoodard@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I am a hugh Marty fan. I was lucky to have seen him in person but only once when he can to Denver. I even have some pictures of him on my wall at work. What a wonderful entertainer and an all around great person!

232  Date: 2002-06-10 22:15:00
Edna Price ( falina47@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:


231  Date: 2002-06-03 15:40:00
Fran Maguire ( franmag@bigpondcom. / no homepage) wrote:

I think Marty Robbins voice is the best. I work on community Radio and play a lot of Marty Robbins songs.Do you know if he sang I'll leave this world loving you. Fran

230  Date: 2002-06-02 17:22:00
Nol Voorst ( wildboppinnol@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Helen, what a great site it is you did a wonderfull job.I'm from Maatricht a town in the south of Netherlands,i'm a rockabilly/country lover.
Marty has left us with a great memory,i wil always honor him.To bad i never had the chance to ask him for a autograph but one day we wil meet again.I'm writing a lot with Daryl Stogner,his dad is David Stogner a friend of Marty Robbins.David left us also,Daryl has a very pretty web-page to about his dad,there's also a picture of Marty on it.
Dear Helen keep up the good spirit and take care. NOL.(i'm sorry my English is poor)

229  Date: 2002-05-29 18:50:00
Maureen Perkins ( maureenperkins@supanet.com / no homepage) wrote:

It was lovely to find some additional information about this great singer and also some superby photos.

228  Date: 2002-05-29 18:48:00
Maureen Perkins ( maureenperkins@supanet.com / no homepage) wrote:

It was lovely to find some additional information about this great singer and also some superby photos.

227  Date: 2002-05-21 05:47:00
Gregory Hunt ( lamborghini14@citlink.net / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Helen,
What a wonderful web site....I saw Marty at Lake Tahoe in about 1977....I love the Masters call and Big Iron....what an angelic voice....I do miss him and pray he is singing with the angels in heaven.
Gregory Hunt

226  Date: 2002-05-13 10:33:00
Susan Scott ( suscott@usaid.gov / no homepage) wrote:

I'm a former editor at Billboard Magazine and did some work for Marty back in the 1970s. I'm trying to locate an email for Ronny. Can you help me? I'm currently located in Mexico City at the U.S. Embassy. Also, do you know the email for Lucy Coldsnow.

225  Date: 2002-05-10 15:59:00
Dale Ellwood ( dale.ellwood@laing-homes.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

this is one page that i will be comming back to, i grew up with the music of marty robins and still sing the songs today, thanx for sharing the memory of a great man.

224  Date: 2002-05-05 20:10:00
J.D. UNDERHILL ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I am thankful for being lucky enough to have been raised with the music of Marty Robbins. My children are being raised the same way. God bless

223  Date: 2002-05-02 18:58:00
wayne pender ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for maintaining this wonderful tribute to a wonderful man. That magical voice continues to enrich all of our lives.

222  Date: 2002-04-23 14:06:00
Noel Clarke ( noelc@australiamail.com / http://nwp.5er.com) wrote:

Hi Helen, do you have a new email address, all my emails to you have been returned, help, where are you?

221  Date: 2002-04-21 18:18:00
Maurice Mckimm ( maurice.mckimm@whsmithnet.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

Marty was my introduction to Country music back in '69 when I was 12 years old. If it hadn't been for him I would have missed so much. Hard to believe it almost 20 years since he left us. God bless for helping to keep something of him still here.

220  Date: 2002-04-17 15:54:00
Elsa Maria ( ElsaMariaTCB@aol.com / http://www.elsamaria.com) wrote:

Congratulations for your nice web site. This is a great job and thanks for all of us.

Elsa Maria

219  Date: 2002-03-21 15:26:00
frank santos ( f-santos@attbi.com / no homepage) wrote:

there were times while listening to marty sing that my wife would start laughing at me. She would ask. " Why are you crying ?" I would answer, I can't help it.

218  Date: 2002-03-10 21:39:00
Ken Sikes ( kensikes@cox.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen,
We have emailed before about Martin's grandfather, "Texas Bob Heckle", and I would like to set the record straight. Great-grandad Heckle was a cowboy poet and traveled the southwest with his family of twelve children,but he never had a traveling medicine show. He did participate in the Indian Wars of the late 1870's but that was about it.

217  Date: 2002-03-10 15:46:00
Janet ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Great Page

216  Date: 2002-03-03 16:37:00
Henny & Marianne Moonen ( hm.moonen@home.nl / http://home.hetnet.nl/~hagfan) wrote:

Great site about one of the Greatest Singers I've known.I'm a collecter of Marty's records since the late 60's,alsoo the 78's from the fifties.
On my Jukeboxes his voice is heard every day,Together with Merle Haggard.Visit my site,Your's is Great.

215  Date: 2002-02-03 02:51:00
Sandi Cleveland ( mcmwycheck@home.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen: I have sent email but hadn't heard from you. I don't know if you had the same one as before. Let me know. I have a few pictures of Marty and Marizona's graves. Just took them today. Not too great as it was very bright out today. But I'll send them. Keep in touch. Sandi

214  Date: 2002-01-17 05:22:00
Dee Dills ( dee_dills@hotmail.com / http://dills1381@earthlink.net) wrote:

I love the site. I remember the last Marty Robbins concert that I saw. It was in the fall, at the Peach county fair. My mom and dad had always been big fans. While at the fair, we found out that he was performing. We were all very surprised and figured that it was sold out. Lucky for us the concert was held outdoors, and it had been raining for quite a while. We thought the concert would be cancelled. We were wrong. That concert was one of the best I have ever attended. He was a consumate performer. He always had time for his fans(even in the middle of a song).He posed for numerous pictures and signed tons of autographs. I will never forget that concert. He died the next year. I felt privilaged to see him one more time. He had one of the most beautiful voices I have ever heard.

213  Date: 2002-01-11 22:20:00
Betty ( beaton1140@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

January 11, 2001
Marty's CD's are playing now. I still get tears in my eyes and choke up knowing we lost a great man. I only had a chance to see Marty in person once at Hibbing, MN. I will never forget that show.

212  Date: 2001-12-31 13:24:00
Colin Alderson ( colina@sa.ozland.net.au / no homepage) wrote:

It is 10 pm New Years Eve in South Australia. I Would like to take this opportunity to wish each and everyone of Marty`s Fans a Healthy And Prosperous New Year in 2002.

211  Date: 2001-12-27 00:46:00
Dan russell ( btdtdan@earthlink.net / no homepage) wrote:

I saw Marty in person back in the 70's at the Ft Worth Texas Appaloosa horse show. He was a show in himself. I think his music is still some of the best.

210  Date: 2001-12-25 21:53:00
Mart den Rooijen ( mart@mdenrooijen.myweb.nl / no homepage) wrote:

A great page for the greatest singer. My wife and I listen every day to his songs.
Greetings from the Netherlands

209  Date: 2001-12-25 12:41:00
Jan v Kimmenade ( j.vankimmenade@home.nl / http://members.tripodnet.nl/kimmie/index.html) wrote:

great page Helen, Marty is really one of the very best singers country music ever had.

208  Date: 2001-12-21 01:11:00
jim reynolds ( james@bigjimreynolds.freeserve.co.uk / http://www.jimreynolds.co.uk) wrote:

hi Helen,
just a line to thankyou for a great site and wish YOU and all the Marty fans out there a very merry christmas and a happy and healthy new year

207  Date: 2001-12-20 12:28:00
Colin Alderson ( colina@sa.ozland.net.au / no homepage) wrote:

To all the Marty Fans throughout the world.If you have enjoyed Helen`s Web site then Badge Of Destiny a Western Saga written by Helen Shields an old time western story is a must.It is well written and keeps you interested right to the end.Well done Helen.Anxiously waiting for the next story.
Regards Helen.------Colin.

206  Date: 2001-12-10 22:24:00
ian gillies ( ian@gilliesifreeserve.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

i have been afan of marty since1959 when ibought my first single of his i think i have got 80 lps and a lot of singles . i met him three times and i am always playing his music i have also got his book the small man.

205  Date: 2001-11-21 03:49:00
Josh Green ( blamecanada65@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Youve got a great page. Ive been hooked on Marty Robbins since i was a little kid. Gunfighter ballads and trail songs will forever be my favorite cd. Keep up the good work!

204  Date: 2001-11-11 21:58:00
Bill Harvey ( wlhrvy@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

What can I say that hasn't already been said about this wonderful unique human being.His voice was perfect for the songs he sang and his lead guitarist complimented him superbly ( I'm a pro musician so I know ha ha ) love to all on this planet who love this man as I do " God Bless"

203  Date: 2001-11-10 22:46:00
Dennis ( crisper78@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

thank you

202  Date: 2001-11-09 22:10:00
Bill Winter ( beke@theriver.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen -

I have lost your email address. Please let me hear from you again. Lillie is not doing very well at all. A few days ago I visited her and she no longer knew me. She is on oxygen as of today.

I fear Lillie may soon leave us.

Bill Winter - Douglas, AZ

201  Date: 2001-11-06 00:19:00
Angie Stover ( angiestover@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I love Marty, too. thank you or the great web page about him. I will now be visiting it regularly.

I recently found out that he wrote a book called "The Small Man" published in 1969. Do you know anything about this and where I might get a copy or borrow a copy to read?

200  Date: 2001-11-04 23:26:00
Richard Rutherford ( rudy@tri-lakes.net / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Helen
I just sent a note to someone about your web page on Marty. I thought I was sending it to you but come to think of it I think she was "rosegal". Does that sound familiar or did I really goof. Anyhow thanks for the great website. I have been a lover of Marty Robbins music for many years. He was an exceptional talent and He will be missed for a long, long time.
Richard Rutherford

199  Date: 2001-11-02 01:36:00
Cecil E. Boyett ( Cecilharley@aol.com / http://geocities.com/cecilharley) wrote:

"Don't Worry" is my favorite song, and my uncle Jerry Harnsberger, was, in fact the guy who put the reverb sound into the soung. God bless all of you.

198  Date: 2001-10-17 06:07:00
victor mccrary ( v.mccrary@home.com / no homepage) wrote:

Great page & lyrics too!

197  Date: 2001-10-17 05:22:00
Cele ( Celeste@olg.com / no homepage) wrote:

I just love your wonderful remembrances of Martin. I so wish I could have met him. I am just fascinated with the quality of his voice....I listen to him every day! He just has a soothing way of making everything "ok" for me.

196  Date: 2001-10-15 01:25:00
Terry Gray ( tgray_17@hotmail.com / http://tgray_17.tripod.com) wrote:

My brothers & sisters and I went to see Marty Robbins and Merle Haggard in Salt Lake City Utah. Merle was ill and only did one song, but we were there to see Marty as much as Merle, so we stayed and saw an excellent show. I like all Marty's music, but especially his cowboy ballads.

195  Date: 2001-09-30 21:07:00
Rod Harpham ( Hdangerousbrian@cs.com / no homepage) wrote:

Exelent Web page although I have Not Fully Read if. Thank you for your last corespondence I am still loking for song Marty sang in spanish. I much prefere Marty's Gunfighter Ballads And trail songs as that is my thing, but his song "is there any chance" cuts deep into my heart, also " man walks among us" which I am learning to sing myself. thanks Helen for all your work, in preserving the memory and works of in my opinion the greatest country and western singer of all time baring none

194  Date: 2001-09-30 15:37:00
DAVID CORNE ( david.corne@btopenworlddot.com / no homepage) wrote:


193  Date: 2001-09-30 00:04:00
DAVID CORNE ( david.corne@btopenworlddot.com / no homepage) wrote:

I am new to your site but would like to thank you for helping to keep alive the name of one of the all time great American singers. I purposely refrain from calling him a Country singer because he was so much more. Allied with his wonderful song writing, which was just as versatile as his vocal talent, the combination made Marty a unique star in the music industry.
Two records I have in my collection are 'Ever since my baby went away' by Jack Greene, and 'Jimmy and me' by Bobby Sykes, are two lovely country weepers. Both written by Marty, but sadly he never recorded them. When Bear Famiy first made the recordings of 'Long, Long Ago', 'Just before the battle mother', and 'Reach for me', available, I couldn't believe Columbia had left them languishing in their vaults. I believe Long, Long ago' is sung so beautifully it should have been released as a single.
I would also like to mention Don Edwards, and thank him for his continuing championing of Marty's music.
His latest album 'Kin to the Wind' is an excellent tribute, and he rarely fails not to include a Robbins original in his albums.
If I could select an album of Marty's' (Sony take note) I would choose,
I have deliberately not gone for obvious titles and
wonder if any other Marty fans can come up with a 12 track listing.
Best Wishes from a long time English fan,

192  Date: 2001-09-10 22:42:00
glyn walden, ( glyn.walden@which.net / no homepage) wrote:

I played in a country band here in Norfolk, UK some forty years ago.

We played El Paso, Big Iron, Don't Worry, The Alamo, Running Gun, White Sport Coat and Story Of My Life. Not much good to dance to but the audience loved them!! And we loved Marty.

191  Date: 2001-09-03 18:20:00
Roger ( 6shelties@home.com / no homepage) wrote:

Great page. I am a long time fan of Marty also. I sure enjoy his songs. They touch someting down in the heart. Solid stuff. Thanks for the page, Roger

190  Date: 2001-09-03 03:51:00
Sandi ( mcmwycheck@home.com / no homepage) wrote:

Lost your email address and finally got to your site again. It was sad to hear of Marizona's passing. Is she buried next to Marty? We went out today but there was no marker although it looked like there might be a grave site there and they just don't have up a marker yet. It was sad as usual and there weren't any flowers, nothing at all anymore, just the flat marker. I must take some flowers out.

Hope things are going well with you. Sounds like you had been pretty busy. I haven't been doing much. I have to have a total knee replacement and have kept putting it off. I just don't want to go through all the pain and physical therapy.

I promise I'll keep in touch. Do write and give me your email address again and I'll put it in my address book. Take care and keep in touch. Sandi

189  Date: 2001-09-02 03:06:00
Mike Briggs ( dmbriggs@pobox.com / no homepage) wrote:

My favorite: El Paso, of course. I cry when I sing along with it. Next: Don't Worry. The pained acceptance is heart-breaking. And I love the guitar solo; it seems like it's coming from the depths of mankind's despair.

188  Date: 2001-08-25 20:14:00
NED CARR ( NEDCARR@EIRCOM.NET / no homepage) wrote:


187  Date: 2001-08-24 22:47:00
Neil ( nirvine@icscotland.net / no homepage) wrote:

Great site.......thanks for keeping Marty's memory alive.....his music is so special.......by the way can anyone tell me if Marty sang a song......in the film Bend in the River....which starred Marilyn Monroe...and Robert Mitchum......thanks

186  Date: 2001-08-16 22:59:00
Paul ( farfett@onvol.net / no homepage) wrote:

Well done in keep the memory of this giant country singer alive. I am building up Marty's discography [in mp3 form]. still need an odd 20 to complete it. do you know anybody I can contact? Regards Paul

185  Date: 2001-08-14 11:57:00
william strachan ( w.strachan@ntlworld.com / no homepage) wrote:

i pleased to come across your website of marty robbins
it is one of the best site i have come across:
please could you or any of martys fans tell me if it is possible to
obtain either on tape/cd, the singlecalledTRIBUTE TO MARTY".IT
ws released in the early eighties, hope you can help...

184  Date: 2001-07-31 19:45:00
Heather Richards ( no email / http://www.heatherrichards.com) wrote:

Very Nice Site!!

Heather :)

183  Date: 2001-07-21 08:34:00
GINO DELIA ( hayward7824@home.com / no homepage) wrote:


182  Date: 2001-07-12 05:38:00
Noel Clarke ( noelc@australiamail.com / http://go.to/noelspage) wrote:

I offer my sincere sympathy to Marty's Children Ronny & Janet & their families on the very sad passing of their dear mother Marizina. Marizona was the love of Marty's life and I am sure the love of Ronny & Janet's lives as well. The memory of Marizona will also live on forever due to the words of Marty's song. My Woman, My Woman my Wife.
Rest in peace Marizona. Though I guess there will be merriment when Marty & Marizona meet again in that better world that awaits us all. God bless.

181  Date: 2001-07-07 17:26:00
Edna ( ednafancy@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, finaly, that was a great story.But, u forgot to tell about how u brain washed me, how u put 4 or5 Lp records on at night when it was bed time and we would listen to them as we fell a sleep. ha ha

180  Date: 2001-07-06 16:14:00
Dereck Dee & Candy Wright ( http://roy&patsy@telus.net / http://www.royo.ca) wrote:

Dear Helen:
Thank you again for your prompt reply, however, our response to you have all come back to us unread. This will be short as we're not sure of you recieving this. I would really like to know how to reach the music ranch people and or talk to Paul Penny. Your info is great and certainly more than enough. Thanks again.
Dereck and Candy
Web: www.royo.ca

179  Date: 2001-07-06 02:32:00
Sandi Cleveland ( mcmwycheck@home.com / no homepage) wrote:

Haven't heard from you in awhile and was wondering how you were doing. Sandi

178  Date: 2001-06-25 20:39:00
Dereck Dee & Candy Wright ( roy&patsy@telus.net / http://www.royo.ca//) wrote:

Loved Marty Robbins too. Enjoyed your warm and sincere dedication to one our favorite entertainers. Thank you for keeping Marty's memories alive.

177  Date: 2001-06-22 00:23:00
BETSY ( mfaryman@columbus.rr.com / no homepage) wrote:


176  Date: 2001-06-17 08:03:00
Abe Zacharias ( azmusic@telus.net / http://www.bc1.com/users/stoplight.abe.htm) wrote:

Loved your site. I am a great fan of Marty Robbins.I absolutely love his singing and sonwriting.I'm sorry I never had the privilege of meeting him or attending one of his concerts.I am also a musician and do a very good impersonation of Marty.

175  Date: 2001-06-11 06:42:00
Jay Peterson ( signsong@redwing.net / no homepage) wrote:

Great page. I'm a singer and guitarist, forever hooked on Marty robbins since I was supposed to be playing the Beatles' music-instead I was a 13 year old in the early 60's playing country and Western. I'm still playing it today. I love all the various facets of MR's too-short career, from the early rockabilly to the Hawaiian stuff to the Western ballads. There's one cut I've nvever heard (and I have dozens of hours of Marty music) and that's "At the end of a long lonely day". I've only heard it by Don Edwards. Where does this song exist in print? Is it on a CD?
Keep up the good work.

174  Date: 2001-06-09 06:35:00
Jim McClung ( James.McClung@med.va.gov / no homepage) wrote:

I sincerly believe that Marty was the best singer/songwriter of the country/western genre. I remember back when I was a kid not even in my teens singing along with Marty. He was able to touch my feelings back then and i've carried it al;ong for 40+ years now. I do truly love Marty's music. I never had the opportunity to see Marty live but I did get the chance to meet him twice, both times at the Nashville Airport when I was comming home on leave for the Christmas holidays. The first time my dad (gone now too, but he was a great Marty fan) was also able to shake his hand and tell him what a great singer he was. All this time has passed, I'm a dad now. I have a son and we listen to "cowboy Songs" of course they are Marty's songs. Our favorite for a while is "Utah Carol", when I start singing it he joins in with me wherever we are. I like to think that he will carry these memories with him as he grows older and sings "Cowboy Songs" to his kids. To quote one of Marty's song lyrics "some memories just won't die", Thanks for the Memories Marty!!!

173  Date: 2001-06-09 04:08:00
Elaine ( onefinelady60@dejazzd.com / no homepage) wrote:

Have I lost my mind, or did Marty do a, flip side song, by the name of Walking piece of heaven.

172  Date: 2001-05-29 05:17:00
Cindy ( jaberbirds@go.com / http://www.geocities.com/jaberbirds/homepage.html) wrote:

My parents where big fans of Marty Robbins. I use to listen to his songs from there 8 track tapes. And now have found I like his songs now. Thanks for making this site, was really great to find.

171  Date: 2001-05-06 17:19:00
Richard Mills ( remills@hiwaay.net / http://home.hiwaay.net/~remills/) wrote:

Super site for a super person. I have listened to Marty since I was about 7 years old. My parents had the Gunfighter LP (Still have it). I'm 47 now and still enjoying his music. Keep up the fine work on the site. I'll be back. Thanks, Richard

170  Date: 2001-05-06 03:33:00
lorna phillips ( lornas777@doones.fsnet.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

I liked your page very much and have put it amongst my favourites. The first record i bought was by Marty and it was an LP called Gunfighter and Trail Songs in the early 60's

169  Date: 2001-05-02 17:03:00
Jim Holland ( jholland@aug.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hello:I have been a Marty Robbins fan since 1991;
and I still love his voice.


168  Date: 2001-05-02 03:59:00
Jason(@comcast tech) ( jayse21@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

It was a pleasure helping you with your email. I hope it pehaves. (:

167  Date: 2001-04-22 04:11:00
Bev ( bevneuben@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

I appreciate your web page on Marty Robbins. I saw him many years ago in Denver (mid-1950s). He was quite young at the time, but had a wonderful voice. He also did some great imitations. Thanks again.

166  Date: 2001-04-16 09:49:00
dennis mcqueen ( mqdennis@qwest.net / no homepage) wrote:

a voice you only hear once in a lifetime!

165  Date: 2001-04-15 05:10:00
Bev Neuben ( bevcar@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

I really enjoy all the information regarding Marty Robbins. Thanks for providing this for us to enjoy.

164  Date: 2001-04-12 00:43:00
Bob Vanes ( Ravy3@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Like a few people have said , that they listened to their fathers play Martys records as children,well i was the same, and havent stopped yet.And will do so till my time is up.
Keep the legend going for ever.

God Bless Him..

163  Date: 2001-04-10 06:54:00
benglish ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Discovered Marty Robbins 18 mo ago. Have become a fan in my old age! He certainly has a wonderful voice. Once thought he was just a cowboy singer and he was that and much more as I have discovered as I add to my collection. What an amazing voice! His voice is beautiful.

162  Date: 2001-04-02 09:48:00
rj ( wwwgunrskel@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:


161  Date: 2001-03-19 12:39:00
James Needham ( needhamjm@bigpond.com.au / no homepage) wrote:

Just letting you know that I'm a big fan of Marty Robbins from Australia.

160  Date: 2001-03-18 00:55:00
Georga Ann Stair ( georgaann@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen:
I sure did like your comment about Ronny. Thing is tell him not to worry so much. Please tell him to keep plugging. I loved his dads voice and also his. What about Marty's band. Where are they?
I'm sure Ronny can make it. I hope he does some touring. People only mean well, but for Ronny he wants to make it on his own also.

159  Date: 2001-03-14 04:46:00
Don Hunt ( ddhunt@swbell.net / no homepage) wrote:

First visit. Very interesting. The interviews
are great. We saw Marty perform twice, live, at
The Grand Ole Opry. Unforgettable! Met him, briefly,
after a concert, in atlanta-in the late 70's. He
treated me as if i were an old friend.
I have a question. I've been trying for decades
to locate a copy of "Small Man". I thought, until
today, that it was Marty's Autobiography. I just read on Marty's "FC" homepage that it was a novel.
I know that it has been out of print a long time.
Helen, can you help me? Thank you. Don.

158  Date: 2001-03-11 05:48:00
gordon lahner ( kool-dad@webtv.net / no homepage) wrote:

i just wanted to thank you for all that you did for my mom

157  Date: 2001-03-05 04:56:00
Tracy Tibbetts ( yankracing@hotmail.com / http://tibbettsracing.homepage.com) wrote:

I am a fan of Marty's and just wanted to check out your page. Keep up the great work!

156  Date: 2001-03-05 02:59:00
Maheen Wickramasinghe ( maheenwick@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi there Helen!

How have you been doing? It has been a long time since we have corresponded. I want to tell you Helen that this wonderful web site of yours is getting better and better everyday and I think that the stories that I have been reading on this site are beautiful. Like I told you before Helen it is very rare for a 16 year old boy like me to appreciate Martin's music. Believe me, I have been a long time fan of his and I thank my father for introducing me to him. He is also a huge fan of Marty Robbins and the first song that my father ever played to me was "El Paso". When I heard that beautiful voice I was hooked. Like you and all the other fans, his music truly touches my heart and it is ashame that I didn't even get to see him in consert or meet him in person. He died two years before I was born and I wish I could hear him talk and hear his sense of humour especially.

Recently, I bought a great CD by Martin called "Super Hits" which has 10 songs on it and I love them all very much. I highly recommend that great CD for any true Marty Robbins fan! My favorite song out of that CD is "You Gave Me A Mountain". I am hoping to get the box set "Under Western Skies" very soon.

Helen, I Emailed you a few weeks ago, but I don't know whether you got it because you never replied back. I remember you sending me a message saying that you have a new address, but I don't think you did send it though. If I sent that message to your other address, you probably never got it. I would certainly love to hear from you again. I will be home all this week Helen because I'm down with a terrible cold. So you can Email me at my hotmail address because my other one is all messed up at the moment and it's going to take a while for me to get it up and running again.

Well, you take good care as always Helen and especially to all the fans also. God bless you all and let's all keep Martin's music and his fame alive.

Sincerely, Maheen.

155  Date: 2001-03-04 04:32:00
Helen ( billsbetterhalf@worldnet.net / no homepage) wrote:

ROB GERMON: Please contact via my e-mail address. Attempt to contact you @ your e-mail in message was in error.

154  Date: 2001-03-03 10:55:00
Rob Germon ( rjg@paradise.net.nz / no homepage) wrote:

Hello Helen,
I am doing research into the late Jim Reeves aircraft crash. Jims aircraft crashed less then a miles from Marty Robbins House. Marty was washing his hair in the rain and heard the last minutes of the aircraft before it crashed. I wonder could you tell me how I could get in touch with Martys family to find out if they remember anything about this accident on the 31st July 1964 Sincerely Rob Germon

153  Date: 2001-02-21 21:48:00
Bob Sherer ( saiyanwarrior_uk@yahoo.co.uk / http://www.martyrobbins.com/) wrote:

Great website and I have been a fan of Marty Robbins for a life time, thanks for your site being here. BYE!

152  Date: 2001-02-21 08:41:00
Basil Boutilier ( basil.@ns.sympatica.ca / 17_Copp Ave. Apt. 6 Amherst N.S Canada) wrote:

The only comment that I have is that Marty Robbins was one of the best singer I have ever heard.

151  Date: 2001-02-20 05:29:00
Debbie Curry ( debbiemcurry@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:


This is wonderful work! Be proud of your accomplishments!


150  Date: 2001-02-17 16:09:00
Larry Lund ( exgrocer@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for sharing your information on this truly great entertainer.

149  Date: 2001-02-17 16:06:00
L. L. Lund ( loel1044@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for the information

148  Date: 2001-02-13 21:11:00
Frits ( boxcar@hetnet.nl / http://members.tripodnet.nl/boxcar) wrote:

Hi Helen,
You have a great site abouth Marty Robbens.
I have a homepage to another great country artist
Boxcar Willie.
Visit my page,please

147  Date: 2001-02-13 02:59:00
Wayne Fenton ( waynefenton45@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen I only took a quick look at your site. What I saw has impressed me. I will be back later to check out the entire site. Wayne

146  Date: 2001-02-10 17:50:00
Terry ( tab1941@earthlink.net / http://www.geocities.com/travelbug41) wrote:

Hello again....I've always enjoyed Marty's singing. From your page I've learned a lot about him that I really didn't know. I've enjoyed country music since I was a teen in the 50s.

145  Date: 2001-01-31 07:45:00
Bill Aumer ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Excellent piece. We were indeed blessed to be part of the Robbins generation

144  Date: 2001-01-17 01:01:00
lloyd lovato ( lalhusker@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I like your pictures.I live in glendale,az,where Marty was raised.In September here it's Marty Robbins week.A concert is held in Glendale (very good)Maybe I'll e-mail or mail you some pictures,etc. Thanks:Lloyd

143  Date: 2001-01-16 08:14:00
Matt Angelucci ( RMattAngelucci@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Could you recommend a site where I can find the most lyrics to Marty Robbins' songs? Thanks much.
Matt Angelucci
Salem, Oregon

142  Date: 2001-01-16 06:36:00
Luz Chricita Kotsi ( lucycita@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

My experience with Marty Robbins began when I met my loving mate Vasilis Stamatiou.
Despite the fact that I had little exposure to such kind of music, only a few lines from his songs were enough to make me a devoted listener.
I will never forget those moments when my love grew with each note from his music.
Dear Helen, I am happy to share these few thoughts with you.

141  Date: 2001-01-16 05:36:00
Arnold Huelsmann ( Arhudi@accessus.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Hellen.

I'm looking for a gospel tape Marty make about 15yrs ago. Can you tell me where to find it.thank you Arnold

140  Date: 2001-01-12 22:28:00
Christine Campbell ( cfullet@bellsouth.net / no homepage) wrote:

Your doing a great job! keep it up.
I'm also a fan of Marty and I'm try to get all his songs.

139  Date: 2001-01-12 16:12:00
Buck Hutcheson ( bhutches@hot_mail.com / http://www.buckandtinyscountry.com) wrote:

Hi Helen
Its Buck again everthing looks good.
You just can't say enough about MARTY ROBBINS.

138  Date: 2001-01-08 20:07:00
oldman ( oldman@pathfindermail.com / http://expage.com/antwerp) wrote:

Marty Robbins is a legend whose music will live on in our hearts . Your site is a fitting tribute to a great man .

137  Date: 2001-01-08 20:05:00
micheal ( psychicman@email.com / http://expage.com/oblio) wrote:

you have a wonderful site . marty was the best . peace .

136  Date: 2001-01-07 05:21:00
Buck ( backupbuck@altavista.com / no homepage) wrote:

This is an awesome website. I've always loved country music and anything that had to do with it. Marty Robbins was one of a kind.

135  Date: 2001-01-07 03:08:00
Jacki Werner ( jackiw@ruraltel.net / no homepage) wrote:

My husband says their hasn't been a better singer or writer. He is constantly looking for more stories of Marty Robbins

134  Date: 2001-01-06 13:09:00
Michelle ( wisemm@sa.ozland.net.au / no homepage) wrote:

I grew up with Marty Robbins. My dad is a great fan and referred me to this site. From the age of 3 Dusty Winds was a favorite . Dad would play his Marty every Sunday and then some. Even now almost forty years later he's still the most dedicated fan that I know. Your web site is great and it gives dad endless pleasure. Thank you for this dedication of a man that has left wonderful memories to our family. I will certainly be coming back time to time to read more.



133  Date: 2001-01-02 05:19:00
Corey Rogers ( cnar77@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Well I finally made it back here to sign the guess book. I had tried twice before but then I got hooked after I found another Marty song so signing was secondary :-). You have a great site and it's one of the best. I've learnt a lot about Marty that I never knew or thought possible and like yourself I was a big fan of country when country wasnt cool. Here in the Caribbean (Barbados), Reggea, Rap, Dub and Alternative is the thing but on hearing Marty's music on my fathers casettes about 15 years ago I was hooked. Unlike most young men (23 years) I cant stand alternative or anything else since listening to country.

Entertaining is not the word for this type of music. Influential is more like it. I could write forever to try to explain what I mean and it wouldnt be enough, so thanks for this great site and keep up the good work.


P.S. I never knew Marty was that far back as in born in 1925 etc WOW !!!

132  Date: 2001-01-01 23:24:00
Clint Felker ( cfelker@means.net / http://bonzai_buddy) wrote:

There will never be anyone like Marty. With his zest for life and love people and entertaining them.Wheather it be the Opry stage or the race track.He has been missed.

131  Date: 2001-01-01 17:16:00
vasilis stamatiou ( vstamatiou@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I've been a Marty Robbins fan for almost 20 years and it was a great joy to find this site from another Marty fan. Keep up the good work. Marty will live as long as there are people who like his music and I think that is as long as the are people who listen to good music. That is as close to forever as I can imagine. PS Best wishes for the new year

130  Date: 2000-12-19 06:34:00
eric ( ejust@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty Robbins is the best singer to have ever lived, this is a great tribute site

129  Date: 2000-12-13 15:07:00
Buck Hutcheson ( bhutches@hotmail.com / http://buckandtinyscountry.com) wrote:

Helen, love the site - you did a great job!
Marty was one of the greatest singers there has ever been in country music and - he still is.
During my years as Jerry Lee Lewis' lead guitarist, it was my privilege to work with Marty. It was only for one time, but it was memorable. This was during the cut of "The Greatest Live Show on Earth" with Jerry Lee at the Municipal Auditorium in Birmingham Alabama. Not only was the performance memorable, but the time we had backstage as we got to know one another was tops. The second time we met was in 1971 in Las Vegas at the Golden Nugget. Marty was headlining there and we (Jerry Lee and band) were playing at the International Hotel where we cut "Live at the International". He came to the International to take our show in. We just talked over old time from the Greatest Live Show. Marty was one of a kind and will always be missed.
Come by and visit me.


128  Date: 2000-12-06 23:03:00
Shirl Rae ( esserrae@hotmail.com / http://www.angelfire.com/az/esserrae) wrote:

Wonderful Page Helen. I've been a big fan of Marty Robbins,,since the 1970's when I started collecting his albums. Thanks for making such a nice site. I love playing the music.

127  Date: 2000-12-06 23:02:00
steven kiely ( kiely01@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

love your site .....el paso is the best song ever!!!!

126  Date: 2000-11-26 16:19:00
Bob Sparr ( bigbob@pflash.com / no homepage) wrote:

No one can sing his songs like he did. However, do you know anyone who sells a Marty Robbins karaoke disk?

125  Date: 2000-11-22 08:51:00
linda ( linda@bobbydarin.net / http://www.bobbydarin.com) wrote:

my father also loved Martys music, thanks for the memories, a well done site.

124  Date: 2000-11-10 11:50:00
Ted Tonjes ( ttonjes@compuserve.com / no homepage) wrote:

I'm a fan of Marty since my dad played Devil Woman at home.
I've seen Marty live several times and enjoyed his show all the way through.
Sometimes I try sing one of his songs with my own band.(The Intruders from Holland)
Meanwhile my wife has been infected too.

It's great to see that finally there is a website of my favourite Country Artist.

123  Date: 2000-10-24 17:14:00
The Ancient One ( psychicman@email.com / http://home.talkcity.com/InspirationAv/obliomicheal) wrote:

your site is a wonderful tribute to a great performer . peace .

122  Date: 2000-10-24 17:12:00
elvid ( elvid@mailexcite.com / http://www.expage.com/springheeljack) wrote:

great site for a great performer . well done .

121  Date: 2000-10-20 23:33:00
Russell Darrin ( Rcdarrin@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

My Father would listen to Marty on the way to church sunday Mornings when I was growning up. I just would look forward to the ride just so I could hear the Song that Marty would sing. I enjoyed your sight and Passed it on to my Dad.
Thank you!

120  Date: 2000-10-13 04:16:00
florence janzen ( janzen@cablelan.net / no homepage) wrote:

I hope Country music never died

119  Date: 2000-10-11 06:11:00
annett smith ( nightwolf.ameritech.net / no homepage) wrote:

love marty robbins singing. he died too young.

118  Date: 2000-10-04 09:28:00
Reva ( TSWYO@webtv.net / no homepage) wrote:

I am extremely happy to know that someone else finds his music as heart wrenching as I do.My very favorite music was the songs he recorded during the early stages of his career when he was called The Man with a Tear in His Voice. Thanks So Much.

117  Date: 2000-09-27 00:29:00
Sandy Daens ( sdaens@earthlink.net / http://www.martyrobbinsfanclub.com) wrote:

Hi Helen! Just wanted to let your visitors know that today marks what would have been Marty's 75th birthday. To commemorate this special anniversary, WSM-AM 650 will be doing a five-hour tribute to Marty tonight starting at 8:00pm (Eastern). WSM can be heard in many states across the U.S., and on their website at www.wsmonline.com. For more info on Marty, please visit the fan club website at the link above. I really enjoy your page Helen!

116  Date: 2000-09-19 06:18:00
Martyn Sharp ( martyns@home.com / no homepage) wrote:

Nice site Helen.

A great singer, a great songwriter/storyteller. His death represented a loss to music lovers of all ages and persuasions.

You know you have someone special when your mother likes him, then, years later, your kids like him!

115  Date: 2000-09-12 07:10:00
Bill Martinez ( newmexicotrails@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Helen,

114  Date: 2000-09-11 15:34:00
Chuck Holmes ( fiftysandsixtys@uswest.net / http://my.treeway.com/roll) wrote:

Hi Helen,
Ann Owens & myself were the first ones to put on a tribute to Marty Robbins. We did it in Glendale, Arizona & that tradition is carried on even today. The tributes are held in September in Glendale, Arizona. It was a thing of love that we did & we are always glad to see others showing there support & love for Marty Robbins. Elvis & Marty were the best & the greatest performers in the music business....Chuck Holmes

113  Date: 2000-09-05 06:17:00
Jack Fox ( jrf@ipa.net / no homepage) wrote:

Marty was a greate intertainer, and as you say he poured his soul into every word.

112  Date: 2000-09-03 04:23:00
Leanne Gartrell ( leanne.gartrell@sympatico.ca / no homepage) wrote:

great site, keep up the great work!

111  Date: 2000-08-26 13:43:00
Ron ( Country_Rocks@pipeline.com / http://ronkr.home.pipeline.com) wrote:

Helen. Thanks so much for visiting us and letting us know about this wonderful site. So many do forget those who led country music to where it is today and that just isn't fair is it? Good to see there are still folks who care.

110  Date: 2000-08-25 03:05:00
Jana ( MusicAngel4D1@aol.com / http://_check my profile...) wrote:

I think Helen's page is awesome :) I love the everything about it, and admire her dedication and loyalty.. You are truly a tribute to country music... :)

108  Date: 2000-08-12 20:51:00
judiekleng ( judiekleng@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty Robbins has always been my all time favorite as well as my husbands. When we were dating in the late 50's, Marty came to eastern oregon on tour and performed at the local armory with his new single, A White Sport Coat. I have nearly all his songs and he only grew more fantastic as he aged. He died much too young and I taped his later Opry shows where he captivated the audiences with his teasing and charisma. No performer could follow him and Roy Acuff would insist he be the final act.
We all cried for days when he died, though he lives on and on with his wonderful voice.

107  Date: 2000-08-11 01:21:00
Edna Blanton/sister ( blantonrocky@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:


106  Date: 2000-08-07 16:31:00
Maheen Wickramasinghe ( wick5894@home.com / no homepage) wrote:

Well Hello there Marty Robbins fans!

I would like to say that I am a huge Marty Robbins fan! I am 15 years old and I am a blind boy, I love Marty's songs so much! I have been a fan of him now all my life, he is truly the greatest singer in country music. He puts so much feeling into his songs, I'll tell you I love him so much!

I was born on September 16th 1984 in Sri Lanka. That is where all of our family comes from. In 1989 my parents and I moved to Canada before returning back to Canada in 1998. In 1996 we actually moved to England for two years and then finally in 1998 we moved back to Canada for good hopefully! We are staying in Mississauga which is a city in Ontario. In 1989 when we were living in Canada, we stayed in Brampton which is also in Ontario.

As a boy I loved listening to country music very much! Marty Robbins was in fact the very first person who I started listening to and I'll tellyou, I was such a big fan of him from then on! After hearing his ever popular "Elpaso", I was hooked into his music! I started buying his CD's and now I have four of them. They are "A Life Time Of Song 1951-1982", "Gun Fighter Balads And Trail Songs", "16 Biggest Hits" and "Super Hits". Now I know that there are three fabulous box sets of Marty Robbins which I don't have at all, but I'm hoping to get them very soon. I can play the piano like the great Floyd Cramer. I love Floyd's style so much and I have been playing now since I was 3 years old. Now I'm quite an expert at the piano! I can also sing and I love singing Marty's songs very much! I have said this and I'll stick to it, Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves and Eddy Arnold have one of the most beautiful voices in country music. I love them so much and that is why they are my all time favorites especially Martin! There won't be another Martin again! So if anyone out there who sounds like Martin, persue it! We need sombody like you to come along! The thing is, all this new country isn't even country at all! I mean look at these people like Garth Brooks and Shania Twain, they aren't even country at all! I don't know what's going on with the country music industry, but the people nowadays don't even realize what country is really all about! I much prefer the older country like Martin! I don't listen to this rap junk either! It is horrible, stupid and a load of garbage! It STINKS! These rappers aren't even saying anything in their songs at all! It drives me nuts to hear other people listening to that rubbish because it is not a good influence on young children at all! Not at all!

I would like to thank Helen Shields so much for letting me know about this honourable web site! It really means a lot to me and Helen is certainly a very easy going person and a real sweetheart. I am so thankful for her, believe me! Thank you so much Helen for sharing all these wonderful stories about Martin with us. We really appreciate it and it means a lot to us! If there wasn't a web site on Marty Robbins, there wouldn't have even been a Marty Robbins! So thank you all very very much for making this possible for all of us, we really appreciate it. I hope that everyone of you will continue to buy his records and relive those wonderful memories that you had with him.

My address is:
2334 Mississauga Road
L5H 2L1.

Thank you so much Marty! We all love you!

Sincerely, Maheen Wickramasinghe.

105  Date: 2000-08-02 07:16:00
Karen Graves ( peewee@herseytel.net / no homepage) wrote:

Marty Robbins was my mons favorite singer of all time.. I love his music too.

104  Date: 2000-07-29 13:33:00
Bill Mc Millian ( rushman714@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

You really have a great webpage, What more can I say.

103  Date: 2000-07-29 09:36:00
Hellmuth ( h.glowka_videoberatung@t-online.de / http://home.t-online.de/home/h.glowka_videoberatung/) wrote:

Congratulation to your wonderful and informative site. I am a 56 years old german c+w music fan. I had started to love this music in 1956 and Marty was one of my favorite stars from the beginning. This has not changed up to today. Thank you for your work Helen and good luck to all country fans around the world!


102  Date: 2000-07-28 15:41:00
helen mann ( tootsie@alltel.net / no homepage) wrote:

I fell in love with marty when I was going thru a divorce and went for breakfast one morning and was playing "don't worry, it became my breakfast song. a gentleman who I later married for thirty years till his passing woukd see me comming and put the record on the jukebox . I still have my record on the flip side is"just like all the other times, love your site and remaine a fan forever of Marty Robbins. you'r truly Helen

101  Date: 2000-07-13 04:06:00
Noel Clarke ( noelc@australiamail.com / http://www.zipworld.com.au/~noelc) wrote:

Helen I really enjoyed your latest editions to your site ie; chapter 2
of Lillie's Book and also the interview with Don Winters. You
certainly know how to keep us coming back when you continually keep
adding interesting items to catch up on. I do believe I told you
before that in my humble opinion your site is fast becoming the No.1
Marty site on the net.... I still believe that.
Good luck and thanks for a great site.

100  Date: 2000-06-20 10:59:00
colin alderson ( colina@sa.ozland.net.au / no homepage) wrote:

Wow Helen,what can I say about your site that hasn`t already been said.It is truly one of the greatest sites that I have visited and truly deserving of the awards that you received.Finally the talent I always knew you possessed has been at last recognised.I wished that Riet and I had known when Lillies birthday was and we would have certainly wished her a very happy birthday.Please give her a belated hug for us when you see her.Again congrats on a great site.You deserve the praise.

99  Date: 2000-06-19 00:51:00
harald bjorkli ( harald.bjorkli2 / no homepage) wrote:

the first time I heard marty on on record, he sang
COOL WATER. That was in 1961 when I, a norwegian was seaman in US water. Since that I have bought all avaible marty albums, and cds. but are missing two song , Laura and the city. still looking for them. Harald bjorkli, dragonveien 27 N 1820 spydeberg Norway

98  Date: 2000-06-19 00:50:00
anonymous coward ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

the first time I heard marty on on record, he sang
COOL WATER. That was in 1961 when I, a norwegian was seaman in US water. Since that I have bought all avaible marty albums, and cds. but are missing two song , Laura and the city. still looking for them. Harald bjorkli, dragonveien 27 N 1820 spydeberg Norway

97  Date: 2000-06-18 06:55:00
Lou Morgano ( lsm-salvage@webtv.com / no homepage) wrote:

Wonderful site and tribute to a Great Person and entertainer. THANK YOU !!! Sincerely Lou M.

96  Date: 2000-06-17 07:25:00
Ron ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Great Page. Marty was AWESOME!!!

95  Date: 2000-06-17 04:41:00
John ( ghostrider_14701@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I think that Marty was the best ballad singer that there ever has been.I listened to his music as a kid and I still love it today.

94  Date: 2000-06-06 22:16:00
brian &jenny herby ( phoenixdrifter1111@tinyworld.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:

good site we have been fans of Marty for over30 years and never missed his shows over here in England we have visited the gravesite ten years ago and will be back this september to visit again

93  Date: 2000-06-06 22:00:00
Billie Jo Price ( bj_price_75455@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

checking out site...love marty robins..miss his songs...love all the old ones..B

92  Date: 2000-05-31 00:40:00



91  Date: 2000-05-30 21:30:00
bill bailey ( tunnelrat22@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I can remember the first time i heard him and have been a fan ever since. i know he made some movies,but havn't seen them since the late 50's early 60's i have only seen him in concert once,he renewed the love of his music thanks for this web site. bb

90  Date: 2000-05-27 02:53:00
CPL Shields, W.A. ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Hi mom thanks for brainwashing us as kids.

89  Date: 2000-05-24 10:41:00
Doris Lavoie ( dorislavoie@usa.net / no homepage) wrote:

I too was captured by Marty and still every song he does. Thank you for the memories.

88  Date: 2000-05-22 12:16:00
antonio fernandez ( texfyrfytr1@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

It's great to see so many people keeping alive the memory of MARTY ROBBINS. A wonderful artist, and a truly great man. Keep up the good work!!!

87  Date: 2000-05-22 02:39:00
Jeffrey S. ( skye_pete@yahoo.com / http://www.geocities.com/skye_pete) wrote:

Nice Marty Robbins site.I really like his song, "El Paso."

Keep up the good work.
Jeffrey S.

86  Date: 2000-05-16 00:56:00
s Kinsey ( skinsey@beaver.k12.ok.us / no homepage) wrote:

great site. I was looking for words to one of Marty's songs called billy venero. My grandpa used to sing this song to my mom and she would like to hear the words again. I cant find them! Help if you can. Thanks a bunch. Scott

85  Date: 2000-05-10 05:00:00
Ray E. Strode ( gabres@darientel.net / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Friends,
We had a 78 rpm record by Marty when I was a boy many years ago and played it on a windup Victrola record player. I knew then how great Marty was and finally got the boxed CD set a few years ago. It brings back many memories. Glad someone is keeping traditional country music alive. RES.

84  Date: 2000-05-10 02:31:00
Candi Rivers ( candi721@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

Enjoyed the site!!! Thanks for the look at Marty.
Wonderful entertainer...all round great man.
Candi said it...you believe it!!
Candi Rivers

83  Date: 2000-05-10 00:41:00
Shirl ( sew@home_.com / no homepage) wrote:

Well Helen you have run across a women with the same (almost)story to tell as you about this man.He is still my number one man and you are right,he did not get enough reconition for all the wonderful songs he sang.Just look what makes millons today(half dressed and banging instruments arond and wearing hats ten times too big).Well it is all for the young today who don't know good milk from apple butter
Love & God Bless
Keep up the wonderful website

82  Date: 2000-05-09 02:59:00
DICK SHUEY ( dick@dickshuey.com / http://www.DICKSHUEY.COM) wrote:

Great Site...!!!!
Keep up the great work for country Music...
Stay tuned..
Dick Shuey Was Here....

81  Date: 2000-05-05 01:45:00
Mary ( budda@kalama.com / http://yahoo.com) wrote:

Thank you for the information on Marty Robbins. I am looking for the song on CD+G format for karaoke singers. If you ever hear of that happening then please let me know where I might be able to find it. Thank You
Mary Day
Longview Wa

80  Date: 2000-05-04 01:29:00
Pat Lehne ( plehne@pclink.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you so much for the nice letter you sent. I'm 56 years old and I liked country music long before it became popular. By all means the best on of them all is my Marty. My friends were listening to r and r and here I was listening to Marty. His music was wonderful and definatly different from anyone elses, but his personality always came thru as tho he knew each of us personaly. You felt you could just walk up to him and say "HI Marty!" I have the ESSENSIAL MARTY ROBBINS and also have plenty of other records tapes and now CD's. I have him on my Jukebox on the computer and play him the whole time I'm on line.I'm delighted to see so many other people love him as much as I do. thanks again Helen. I love this site and don't change a thing. All these sites are just so wonderful. Pat

79  Date: 2000-05-02 19:07:00
Tom Bailey ( tjbailey@mediaone.net / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for the Website Helen. It's a great tribute to a great man!

78  Date: 2000-04-23 04:25:00
Betty Eaton ( beaton1140@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I only had the pleasure of seeing Marty in person once. That was in Hibbing, Mn. I can't remember the exact year but was at least 23 years ago. He was and is still my favorite male singer.

77  Date: 2000-04-21 07:14:00
Bob Gilbert ( bobske@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty was one of the greatest song writers and singers. Don't beleive anyone today can top him.

76  Date: 2000-04-19 03:45:00
Harriett ( hhenry@mail.utep.edu / no homepage) wrote:

I really liked your essay about Mary Robbins, especially the part about *Don't Worry*, which is my absolute personal favorite. I too heard it first as a teenager and it affected me so much--so tender and yearning and poignant. I am fifty years old now and believe it or not, it has the same impact on me. Wouldn't we all like to have been loved that sweetly by somebody? Thanks for such a wonderful web site

75  Date: 2000-04-17 04:29:00
Tommy ( Teledlx@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I too am a big Marty Robbins fan. You responded to my request for "Don't Worry" on the Cowpie site and told me about your website. Thanks. It is good to keep his memory alive, he was one of the best there ever was!

74  Date: 2000-04-16 23:17:00
Willem de Kleuver ( wkleuver@knoware.nl / no homepage) wrote:

For me MARTY BOBBINS is the greatest Country Artist ever!! Nobody can match up to his voice!!

73  Date: 2000-04-14 05:50:00
Revell Thompson ( revelljt@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

You've done a wonderful job, Helen. I love to visit your site often to see what you've added. Loved Ronnies interview. Thanks!!!

72  Date: 2000-04-12 06:39:00
Dennis Laverty ( dennislaverty@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Great website, and Helen has been great in my pursuit of a song "My Mother was a Lady" that meant a great deal to my family, since my grandmother always sang it. Marty is the only recording artist according to All Music Guide with the only version of the song in any form in existence . Thanks Marty and Helen

71  Date: 2000-04-09 07:29:00
Theresa McKinnon ( Theresa@linetap.com / no homepage) wrote:

He was just one of the greatest entertainers in the world. He had a sense of humour that appealed to everyone even when he obviously tired from doing his shows, he never stopped.

70  Date: 2000-04-04 04:02:00
Randy Penner ( repenner@telusplanet.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hello Helen, me again, and yes, you do have a great web page. By the by, I am well versed with Roughstock, but they don't have the cords to Ballod of the Alamo. It's O.K., with persistence, I think I got it figured out now.
Take Care, & God Bless

69  Date: 2000-04-03 14:35:00
Steve ( vlsenior@netcore.com.au / no homepage) wrote:

Looking for the words of "Streets of Laredo". Old Marty Fan from wayback....

68  Date: 2000-04-03 04:23:00
rick cox ( poet1000k@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

i was a staff writer for famous music in nashville when songwriting legend gary s. paxton invited me to go backstage with him at the opry. i had the chance to meet most of the big opry stars. marty had been and still is my favorite singer. instead of collecting autographs and having pictures taken with the stars i used my opportunity wisely. i had the greatest stars in nashville tell me their favorite mary robbins story. shouldn't tell this but when i asked bill anderson if he had a minute his ego was visible shaken when he realized all i wanted was to talk about mary robbins. after all this time i still miss him. keep hoping someone will discover an unknown album in a vault somewhere in nashville.........thanks

67  Date: 2000-04-01 21:18:00
Randy Penner ( repenner@telusplanet.net / no homepage) wrote:

Great to see a lot of people love great music. Marty is just a popular up here in Canada as in the U.S.A. Take care and God Bless

66  Date: 2000-03-31 23:27:00
Beverly ( beverly.sanders@redstone.army.mil / no homepage) wrote:

A beautiful website dedicated to a wonderful, talented person. The interview with Ronny cannot be found.

65  Date: 2000-03-31 02:51:00
Dorothy Rider ( d1122@alltel.net / no homepage) wrote:

It is wonderful to know that there are those who still want to keep the memory and the music of Marty
Robbins alive. His songs were the greatest and I never grow tired of listening to them. Thank you for sharing all the information with us his fans.

64  Date: 2000-03-30 10:43:00
Don McLean ( donods@xtra.co.nz / no homepage) wrote:

Great page,about one of the greatest singers ever.

63  Date: 2000-03-29 15:26:00
Donna Szczepanski ( dneski@enter.net / http://www.enter.net/~dneski/) wrote:

Hi Helen
Thanks for the great Marty Robbins page it is the best. I got to see Marty perform at the opry a few times and then in 1982 I got to see him perform up here in Pennsylvania. I also got to meet and see Ronny perform up here in Pennsylvania. I think Ronny knows I am one of his biggest fans. I can't wait to see their homepage. Again thanks for having this page on the best country music singer that ever lived.

62  Date: 2000-03-24 01:03:00
Dorothy Todtenbier ( cet@hdo.net / http://aol.com) wrote:

We have all the songs of Marty's , My favorite is MY WOMAN,MY WOMAN ,MY WIFE It is a very true song for so many people, glad he recorded it ........

61  Date: 2000-03-23 16:53:00
Amanda ( ahack25@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks to my dad for bringing me up listening to Marty Robbins, I am the only person I know in college that listens to Marty Robbins. Thanks for
making this website so I could get more information
about one of my favorite artists.

60  Date: 2000-03-19 01:57:00
Melody Higgins ( twonone@pacifier.com / no homepage) wrote:


I thought I would write and let you know I am making a trip back to Tennessee as I am a relative of Marty Robbins. My great grandmother Orpha Mae Robbins was his aunt. My grandmother made a trip back to Tennessee two years before she passed away and met everyone except Marty as he was deceased. We were told that from the time he was a little boy until he died he sang at all the family gatherings. I am going back to Tennessee for the first time in July to hear about my cousin from my relatives themselves.

I was also informed he was Cherokee Indian. My great great grandmother told me that my singing abilities ran in our family. I am proud to be related to someone that I grew up admiring and not knowing that we were cousins until it was too late to meet him. However, I was sent home movies of him and my family.

Take care.

59  Date: 2000-03-17 23:40:00
pat taylor ( bucktaylor@ic24.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen just took some time to look at your page your poem at the end is magic Man walks amongst us be still

58  Date: 2000-03-17 05:00:00
Frank Cotolo ( cotolo@excite.com / http://www.mp3.com/frankcotolo) wrote:

An original composition, 'Marty Robbins,' is currently (March 16) climbing the Guitar charts on mp3.com. It is my musical homage to the late, great Marty and you are all invited to join in the celebration of it being a hit. Go to my site at http://www.mp3.com/frankcotolo to download (free) the tasty instrumental memorial song. If it doesn't remind you of all that Marty's music was, I'll eat my El Paso. --

57  Date: 2000-03-14 23:08:00
Christopher Kennedy ( coolcat69@earthlink.net / no homepage) wrote:


56  Date: 2000-03-14 22:35:00
Amos Pastorutti ( pastorutti@t-p-s.it / http://www.t-p-s.it) wrote:

I'm searcing for tablature, midi files and mp3 songs
Can you help me?
Thank you

55  Date: 2000-03-12 17:47:00
Martin G. Pedersen ( martin_g_pedersen@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for taking the time to revive the memory of an all but forgotten Giant of ballads. I used to think it was his voice that was so intoxicating, and it it it truel so, when I started reading his lyrics as prose I was overcome by that same haunting feeling of kinship. He was one of this past centuries greatest story tellers, and I fear his art form is all but forgotten.

54  Date: 2000-03-09 20:10:00
Richard Johnson ( doc39414@netzero.net / no homepage) wrote:

Two or three years before Mart`ys death I saw Marty in North Platte Nebr. after the rodeo. What a performance!! Gun fighter ballads and other hits. People were coming down to the front of the stage to take pictures. All at once he threw up his hands and stopped the song that they were singing and started posing in all different positions and of course the women really started taking pictures (men to)HE WAS A TRUE PERFORMER THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU COULD FEEL THAT HE LOVED THE PEOPLE

53  Date: 2000-03-09 10:02:00
Will Hoogewoonink ( hoogewoonink@home.com / http://www.wildwill.lovesnature.com) wrote:

I love your Marty Robbins site. It is totally
awesome. I too can remember listening yo Marty Robbins as a child growing up in Alberta, Canada.
Marty Robbins is still one of my alltime favorite
Country and Western singers. I especially loved
seeing him in some of his movies. I only wished
that I could have gone to some of his concerts as
I regret never having gone to them. I miss Marty
but his music lives on. Marty is probably smiling
down from heaven right now as I type this e-mail
to you, Helen. What a wonderful Christian Marty
was and God is very lucky to have him in great
company up there in the Heavenly Choir.
Hope to hear from you soon, Helen.

Yours sincerely,

Will C. Hoogewoonink

52  Date: 2000-03-08 21:47:00
Johnny Franklin ( cwking@webtv.net / http://www.johnnyfranklin.com) wrote:

WOW! your tribute to Marty Robbins is SUPER-- l enjoyed reading it very much-- Marty is one of my top c/w artists-- I'm happy to say that Marty was a friend of mine during his many shows in Phoenix in the late 50's and early 60's-- check out my Marty Robbins photos and autographs at my "Patsy Cline & Friends" website-- Thanks.....johnny

51  Date: 2000-03-07 14:12:00
Rich Brehmer ( surveyor@dpc.net / no homepage) wrote:

Nice story Helen (about your youth and Marty). I'm sure a lot of people can relate!

50  Date: 2000-03-07 06:28:00
Darlene Ivy ( darvie@281.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, I think you have a great site with some wonderful stories. I'm sending my Dad your web site information so he can check it out also. I think he will enjoy it tremondously. You've done a super job.
Thanks for all your help and information.

49  Date: 2000-03-04 22:34:00
Jack Lewis ( kayjay@execulink.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen: Read your bio. I can identify with your love of Marty Robbins. His voice, phrasing and style will never be duplicated. Been a MR fan all my life.

48  Date: 2000-02-29 23:45:00
Jim ( jsfrnk@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Great site. J

47  Date: 2000-02-26 15:56:00
Helen ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

ATT: Gene Cole, would you please contact me through my e-mail banner on front page. Thanks, Helen

46  Date: 2000-02-25 17:10:00
gene cole ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

great website I rember ronnie when he was a small child . my mother would keep him when they were on tripps.

45  Date: 2000-02-25 02:12:00
edie bailey ( ediefromks@webtv.net / no homepage) wrote:

hi helen; just a note to say hi and to let you know im hangin in there with you all way. i hope the baby is getting along okay. i pray for it every day. ive really been thinking a lot of marty here lately for some reason or other. my tapes are just about wore out. you still have the neatest webpage ever edie

44  Date: 2000-02-24 21:47:00
Joyce Croy ( Rojobloom@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, That was very good. No wonder you won that award for it. I loved your poem and now I know where you got the "from out of the desert" signature. Joyce

43  Date: 2000-02-24 04:25:00
kelli stone ( kellis@bbtel.com / no homepage) wrote:

its been so long id forgotten about looking for the book that marty wrote.yes, i would love to have his sons address so i can get the book.thank you so much for your reply. kelli

42  Date: 2000-02-24 00:34:00
Jay Bohn ( jaybohn_2000@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Marty's is the greatest I grew up on his gunfighter albums. What a story teller. Man how I miss his beautiful voice God love ya'll. Jay

41  Date: 2000-02-23 03:29:00
vickie yovich ( vicken@velocity.net / http://Iwon.com) wrote:

I can always remember sitting in the living room with my dad and listening to Marty Robbins. I have always been a huge fan of him and will always enjoy his music.

40  Date: 2000-02-22 02:41:00
Bob Kociban ( kbob2000@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen,I too am a robbins fan,the first time i heard him was on the radio singing "you dont owe me a thing"i have been trying to get the words to that song,for quite a while now with no luck,would you have them,or know where i can get them on the net?
I sing some,and play guitar,ive been told that i sound somewhat like marty with the tear in my voice,i'm flattered,but i know there will never be another Marty Robbins. thanks in advance for any help. Bob K.

39  Date: 2000-02-22 02:34:00
Bob Kociban ( kbob2000@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen,I too am a robbins fan,the first time i heard him was on the radio singing "you dont owe me a thing"i have been trying to get the words to that song,for quite a while now with no luck,would you have them,or know where i can get them i the net?
I sing some,and play guitar,ive been told that i sound somewhat like marty with the tear in my voice,i'mflattered,but i know there will never be another Marty Robbins. thanks in advance for any help. Bob K.

38  Date: 2000-02-17 10:16:00
Tony Quinn ( quinn.tv@xtra.co.nz / no homepage) wrote:

Good to find someone who thinks as highly of Marty as I do

37  Date: 2000-02-15 02:52:00
Roger S Owen ( owen@racesouth.com / http://racesouth.com/) wrote:

Great Page! Quite a tribute to Marty. Thanks for stopping by the NASCAR Tennessee-Marty Robbins site.

36  Date: 2000-02-14 02:27:00
Archie P. Burgess ( Burgess204@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I just happened to find this web page yesterday. I have really enjoyed it. I have copied much of it for a friend that is a scecial Marty Robbins fan, he doesn't have a computer. I think you should be comended so much for what you have done to further Marty's image. It would not be possible to say too much about this great man. Thanks so much

35  Date: 2000-02-13 20:20:00
Jeff Wolfe ( wolfes@penn.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, great site! My office is a small "shrine" to or "museum" of Marty Robbins. I have albums and photos and even an autograph or two everywhere. I don't know about you, but the hair on the back of my neck still stands up when I hear the first notes of El Paso being played! Sure which Marty was still with us! I never got the chance to see him perform in person, as I was only 10 when he passed away. But, like you, I had heard El Paso on the radio and I just had to find out who sang it! Well, the next song I remember hearing somewhere was Man Walks Among Us, and let me tell you that clenched me as a Marty Robbins fan for good! Take care and I'll be visiting you site often! Jeff Wolfe, Smethport, PA

34  Date: 2000-02-13 09:00:00
Sadie J. ( slyons@exp.net / no homepage) wrote:

Helen think God for a person like you for carrying on his name and reintroducing him to the young generation who wasn't as luck as we where in seeing him and meeting him. Keep up the good work. I love every thing you have said and done about him.

33  Date: 2000-02-13 08:50:00
sadie J ( slyons@exp.net / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, I am so happy to see someone carrying on Marty Robbins, I love reading your storys about him. And I loved the interview with his son. Keep it up and don't let him die out. And thank God for people like you.


32  Date: 2000-02-12 21:06:00
sue lyons ( slyons@exp.net / no homepage) wrote:

Helen you did a great job; keep it for all his fans because of people like you he will never be forgotten.


31  Date: 2000-02-12 06:03:00
Tammy Grayson ( tammy636@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hey Helen I love the page also love the about Marty. Roger said tell you that he loves the picture you sent us it was very funny,loved the way you did the eyes very cool. Tammy&Roger Grayson

30  Date: 2000-02-12 02:35:00
danny mulloy ( mulloy@cs.com / no homepage) wrote:

thanks for keep marty's around i've been fan ever since i was child

29  Date: 2000-02-11 16:02:00
Sandy/Marty Robbins Fan Club ( sdaens@bellsouth.net / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Helen: Great site! Really enjoyed the interview with Ronny.

28  Date: 2000-02-06 09:54:00
colin alderson ( colina@sa.ozland.net.au / no homepage) wrote:

As always Helen you have done Marty proud and I am sure that he is looking down on all his fans.He could never have imagined the great influence his music and that beautiful voice has had on so many dedicated fans.It is also a great pleasure to have you (Helen)as a friend.Keep the memory alive.Colin/Riet

27  Date: 2000-02-06 02:16:00
Carol Graham ( clgraham@mindspring.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, I loved the interview. It was just too short. I could just see Ronny smiling when he said "ditz from indy" He is so sweet.

26  Date: 2000-02-06 01:51:00
edie bailey ( ediefromks@webtv.net / no homepage) wrote:

helen; i am sooooooo glad to hear from you. i was so afraid i had said something to offend you. i love the interview with Ronnie. Dear Lord, how i miss
our Marty. thanks for helping to keep him alive and in our lives forever. your website is the best.edie

25  Date: 2000-02-06 01:21:00
Sandi ( titans89@mindspring.com / no homepage) wrote:

I just wanted to say there was none greater than Marty Robbins. I can sum it up by saying "thanks for all the memories you left us."

24  Date: 2000-02-05 21:36:00
TOM LOUISELLE ( dutch@elmnet.net / no homepage) wrote:

I drive truck,and when I go across New Mexico or one of the western sates I almost always put Martys tape in and listen to his sad songs about the west.He still lives on with me,I'll not forget him.Marty was truley one of my heros.When the wind is blowing it always makes me think of his song,"Dusty Winds".

23  Date: 2000-02-04 04:58:00
Helen ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Bill, thank you but yes I did know and speak with her at least twice a week to check on her regularly. She is at home now and feeling pretty spunky Thanks for caring and helping to keep an eye on her. Helen

22  Date: 2000-01-29 01:39:00
Kathleen O'Donnell ( katieod@gateway.net_ / no homepage) wrote:


21  Date: 2000-01-28 19:25:00
William (Bill) Winter ( beke@theriver.com / no homepage) wrote:

Helen, I think we corresponded a few months ago outside this page. I'm in Douglas, Arizona and have been 'watching over' Lillie Nevitt. She's been in our local hospital's Long Term Care area for a few weeks but hopes to get out of there because she has other plans in mind.

If you'd like to know more (privately) get in touch with me through my Email address. I don't think I have yours any longer, though.

20  Date: 2000-01-22 11:17:00
stan ( stan@world-net.co.nz / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for a very special walk down memory lane.I too treasure the songs and sounds of marty robbins,in fact almost every day Iplay the guitar and sing most of his songs,thats how i happen in here looking for chords&lyrics of his.Once again thanks. Regards Stan.Ilive in NewZealand.

19  Date: 2000-01-14 17:41:00
hugh louden ( hmlou12@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

helen, so long as there are people like you,the sound and personality of marty robbins will live forever.thanx for being you hugh louden

18  Date: 2000-01-14 03:54:00
Eddie Sterling ( edsterl@swbell.net / no homepage) wrote:

Excellent Home Page. I too am a die-hard Marty fan.

17  Date: 2000-01-09 08:26:00
Tammy & Roger Grayson ( tammy636@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

My husband is a fan of Marty's , would you happen to know where we can find a copey of Marty's Gunfighter Ballards & Trail Songs if you we would very much appecate it sorry about my spelling.Thank you Tammy & Roger Grayson

16  Date: 2000-01-08 05:50:00
Karen Baker ( abby21@alltel.net / no homepage) wrote:

I think theis Home Page is wonderful.(and so would my Mother) It could not have been dedicated to a more deserving person. Thanks again!

15  Date: 2000-01-02 05:39:00
Helen Shields ( billsbetterhalf@worldnet.att.net / no homepage) wrote:

I would like to thank all the wonderful fans of Martin's who have visited this site during the 1999 year. I would also hope to see the site grow in leaps and bounds during the new millineum and meet all the wonderful fans of Martin's who will visit. Martin left behind a rich and warm legacy of beautiful music and beautiful memories to many. I am pleased to see that his music is presently seeing a resurgence of popularity and a new crop of fans who, unfortunately did not have the pleasure of seeing this magfificent entertainer perform on stage. It was a truly a treasure to 'catch' his act. I hope you will all enjoy your visit here and invite your friends to pay a visit also. The memories are priceless. Take care, Helen PS, thank you Noel for all your wonderful help and especially your friendship. The site would not be possible without you.

14  Date: 1999-12-29 22:21:00
jim reynolds ( jim@tennesseeflames.co.uk / http://tennesseeflames.co.uk) wrote:

we came to Nashville to see the Fan Fare this year it was wonderful . We stayed at the Showneys inn,
music vally drive, on the Monday night there was a youg man by the name of Jessy Lee Jones Singing Marty Robbins songs he was very good , so i asked if i could sing a song by way of tribute to Marty and he agreed, the song is called MARTY REMEMBERED I wrote it in the back of a van coming home from a gig a month after the great man died .
I had a standing ovation and was asked to sing it again that night , Iloved the songs he wrote and sang and we lost a great talent when he passed away . if you would like a copy of that song please e mail me an address to send you a copy
yours Jim Reynolds

13  Date: 1999-12-23 11:49:00
Noel Clarke ( noelc@australiamail.com / http://www.zipworld.com.au/~noelc) wrote:

You keep the news coming, its great to read the up to date news about
our hero of country music.
Drop by my place again some time.

12  Date: 1999-12-12 18:40:00
Vince ( vlk/rmb@centuryinter.net / no homepage) wrote:

Marty is absolutely, without a doubt for a moment, the best vocalist. he is my personal favorite, I am a singer, We have had a band for 20 years or more, And I perform solos in our area (WI) I sing many different artists, but Marty is my favorite by far, with Gene Watson coming in second, thank you for a nice tribute page to Martin

11  Date: 1999-11-16 16:24:00
Jan v Kimmenade ( hagfan@worldmail.nl / http://members.tripod.lycos.nl/~merle/index.html) wrote:

very nice page`s for a great artist, beautiful pictures and much information ! great !
Nice to see that there are still many fans for the gentleman performer Marty Robbins, one of the greatest country music artists ever.

10  Date: 1999-11-14 23:26:00
Merrill Taylor ( mtaylor@planet.eon.net / no homepage) wrote:

Have been trying to find Marty!s recording "Tribute
To The Islands"(or similar) Hawaiian theme.
Any ideas?
Best Regards;MT

9  Date: 1999-08-01 01:14:00
Rob Duffett ( pappaduff@home.com / http://come.to/pappaduff) wrote:

One of my favorite country artists. You do him proud. Certainly enjoyed my stay. Thanks for sharing your pages with me. Come sign my GuestBook and get linked to my Friends page. Click the graphic!

8  Date: 1999-07-30 22:15:00
Tigergirl ( shay@schoollink.net / http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Forest/1298) wrote:

this is a really cool page I have moved to a new address you ought to come by and see my homepage at the new addy I have not made the changes I want to make to it but I now have a picture of me on there now I do not like the Picture that much but I will be putting a better one on there in the future where I am smiling better I am barely smiley on that one.

7  Date: 1999-07-14 15:26:00
colin alderson ( colina@sa.ozland.net.au / no homepage) wrote:

I am once again at your fabulous Marty page,it is great.So colourful and informative.Keep up the good work.

6  Date: 1999-07-05 15:47:00
colin alderson ( colina@sa.ozland.net.au / no homepage) wrote:

There are no words in which to describe the talent of Marty Robbins.I never cease to be amazed at the quality of this wonderful entertainer.It would not be our house if you didn`t hear Marty.Now that I am retired I can enjoy long hour of Marty playing the 72 albums that I have collected over a mammoth 45yrs.I am still trying to get the continuing saga of El-Paso.The Mysteries of El-Paso.The only person that has this copy as far as I know is Bill Mack better known in America as The Midnight Cowboy.I have written to him bus as yet have not recieved a reply.This site has the potential to be worthy of the Late Great Marty Robbins.

5  Date: 1999-07-03 04:29:00
Classylady ( mistified@usa.net / no homepage) wrote:

Love your web page.....its very nice and colorful!!!

4  Date: 1999-07-02 03:54:00
stan langlands ( stanl@zipworld.com.au / no homepage) wrote:

Helel i was very pleased with page that noel has done up for youand I
think it is just great and noel told me that he is still going to add
more to the marty robbins page.
Hele you said that you could not open my page so i went in to your
gues book and clicked on my banner and it open. If you cant open it up
contact noel and he will tell you how to open it.
best wishes
Stan Langlands
P/S keep up the good work.

3  Date: 1999-06-30 09:23:00
Stan Langlands ( stanl@zipworld.com.au / http://www.zipworld.com.au/~stanl_) wrote:

Hello Helen, hey he did my page too. I got a phone call to tell
me your page was now up and running. I like the topic of your page

2  Date: 1999-06-30 05:04:00
Helen ( billsbetterhalf@worldnet.att.net / no homepage) wrote:

My very deepest, heartfelt thanks go out to a very wonderful and dear friend, Noel Clarke who put in a lot of work on this. All your efforts are greatly appreciated and your friendship is treasured. Helen

1  Date: 1999-06-30 04:37:00
Noel Clarke ( noelc@australiamail.com / http://www.zipworld.com.au/~noelc) wrote:

Hi Helen, Welcome to the world of the Web, I look forward to watching
your page grow in the future.