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I hope you get well soon. Any time I feel down or blue all I have to do is play your music and I feel better. I have had the pleasure of attending your concerts in Wilmington several times and I hope you will soon be able to resume sharing your talent with the world. Have you ever recorded the song about the Nuns running out of gas and getting gas in the chamber pot? Your music always brings a smile to my face. God bless you for all the happiness you have shared.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Sorry to hear of your illness. Prayers for continuing progress. We miss you in Winfield. Hope to see you again.
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Hey Mike, best wishes for a speedy recovery. You have definitely made the world a better place with your music. I've seen your show live three times since the late 70's. I'd love to see you perform at least three more times in the near future, whatever "the near future" happens to mean to you! Blessings for your health!
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Mike, I just recently heard that you'd been ill. Prayers and best wishes!
Saturday, May 6, 2017
I love your music, ever since I was about 8 and my dad took me to see one of your shows in Greenville NC. I hope you can overcome your struggles with the illness I myself contracted Lyme's at age 11, and I put my faith in God and he has healed most of my symptoms. Thank you and God bless you.
Saturday, April 15, 2017
Remember you at The "Down East Festival of the Arts" in the early 80's. (Rocky Mount) Working at WFMA gave me a chance to meet you. Continue to feel better, as I know you will. Peace.
Saturday, April 15, 2017
Mike, your fans will be exceptionally glad when you can start touring again. We saw you several times in Jacksonville, Florida and fell in love with your music. Wishing you the best in your recovery.
Friday, April 14, 2017
Hi Mike;

I'm sorry to hear that you are not well. Those ticks are scary. I hope it all works out soon. 'Whiskey for Breakfast' might help.

It's been a lifetime ago that I first enjoyed hearing you play and seeing your performances (at the first Cat's Cradle, Apple Chill Fairs, at UNC, Brevard, Black Mountain and all over the place. You are entwined with some nice, positive memories of growing up in Chapel Hill in the 60s and 70s

Best Wishes
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
I'm so sorry to hear about your health problems Mike. We miss you buddy, more than you know.

I'm a singer/songwriter myself... born and raised in NC. I feel like I was also raised on the musicthat is Mike Cross. My songwriting and my performing has been greatly influenced by you. You are not only extremely talented but so very personable And approachable. On several occasions following your shows we have talked, and whether you actually remembered me from an earlier meeting, or not, you acted like you did and that you were so glad to see me again!

Mike, you are a wonderful ambassador ofNC and one of her greatest assets. I can scarcely imagine a slideshow of this state without a background soundtrack of you music.

So... God bless and best wishes for a speedy recovery to my favorite "middle aged, Hippy folksinger"... And I don't like it, but I certainly "understand why Michael's not at work today!"

Best regards,
- Russ James
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Sorry to learn of your illness but glad that you are on the road to recovery and wish you all the best. Remember fondly those days in Chapel Hill at the Cat's Cradle and the time you played a benefit show with the Red Clay Ramblers and Bluegrass Experience to aid Parents and Professionals for Handicapped Children.
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Stumbled onto your page while looking for something else....what a flashback...to Cat's Cradle and what seems like a lifetime ago in the 70's.
If you ever make it to Alaska....
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Wishing you continued health improvements! My brother introduced me to your music is the early 1980s and ever since I've been a big fan. Albums, CDs, but only made it to one concert. Living in Michigan now and would be excited if a concert out our way were ever to materialize. Whether or not that ever happens, keep on feelin' better!
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
GOD SPEED, MIKE. I DIDN'T KNOW YOU WERE ILL.
Saturday, March 18, 2017
First, yes, that's my real name. We share the same name. I bought one of your cassettes years ago because of the similarity. I was instantly hooked. Now I have most of your CDs and play them in my car and at home. When I was in the Army, I too had a very nasty tick bite from Ft. Campbell Kentucky when I was 21 ( I am 47 now). I know from first hand experience it takes a bit to heal, with antibiotics, rest and such. I live in Las Vegas now working, and getting closer to retirement and am so eager to see you in concert. Hope you get well and try and book some dates here in Nevada! Take care friend!
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Mike, I, like many of your fans, am a longtime fan. I once brought 50 people to a concert you did in Wilson, NC. We're all rootin' for you. I just want to tell you that when you feel good enough to grace us all with another concert, I sincerely hope you'll book the PNC Arena. I'm not sure even that will fit us all in, but it should be a good start.
I check your site periodically, but I hope you'll send out an email blast to your fans when you're ready, so we'll know when to snag tickets. Thank God you're feeling better. Best wishes!
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
The Resistance needs a song. Something like a "cross" between "liquor in well" and "mountain mean" or even "Elma Turl" with a twist.

Anyway take care of you and yours.

Lee
Thursday, February 2, 2017
from one of your old golfing friends, great to hear your health is improving. Get back to what you enjoy and are so talented at
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Hello Mike;
Have not see you in ages. McDibb's in Black Mtn. in the 1980's as I recall. It's a good memory! My wife has taken an interest in you and has never had the pleasure of one of your shows so I hope I can take her some day and you get back in action. Also, was it Jan Davidson that taught you those first chords in Chapel Hill back in the 60's. He's a friend and neighbor and that's what he claims. Just curious. Hope that you will fare well in the near future. Another Mike
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
As a fan, and someone who suffered through undiagnosed tick-borne illnesses for years, my heart goes out to you. There is light at the end of the tunnel. May you soon be well.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017

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