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Cody F |
Dear Colm, Your version of bring him home hits my heart and occasionally reduces me to tears and im a 17 year old guy!!! thanks for all the inspiration you have provided for Us theatre guys
Big Fan,
Cody Andrew Ford
1 June 2009 06:14pm
Nicole |
Dear Mr. Wilkinson, as far as I'm concerned, you're the ONLY Jean Valjean :-D Thank you for sharing with us your beautiful voice!

I stumbled upon this video and thought of you in Les Miz. I wonder if you've seen this already?

God bless!
31 May 2009 10:10pm
Jesus Lopez |
Ever since I got into theater I never thought I would go far, but ever since I've seen you do amazing in everything you have been in I felt like I can push my self to do my best. and one day get a leading role in my schools musical it being my last year. You have been my Inspiration my Idol my Hero. and because of you i always do my best and one day i hope i can be as amazing as you are!
much love Jesus "Grif" Lopez
30 May 2009 02:49pm
Rochester Fans
Buffalo has come and gone and we just want to thank you again for the pleasure you bestow on your audience. Colm, you really are absolutely amazing. Now we'll wait and watch, hoping you'll get close enough for us to catch you in concert again. In the mean time, have a safe trip to Ireland and knock their socks off! Don't forget to bring back a few more Irish jokes. Hope to see you soon.
29 May 2009 08:07pm
Brock Williams |
I recently heard a voice recital at my dautghter's school where one of the girls
performed "On my Own". It took me back 23 years to the London stage and Les Miserables. Never before or since have I heard or seen a performance to top your portrayal of Jean Valjean. Thank you so much, Colm for that and the many others through the years.
29 May 2009 08:44am
Norma Davis |
Not to hog the internet but I meant to say something about Colm's performance at the Memorial Day concert. I just listened to it - had it taped - and I teared up watching the injured young marine and his mom and sister holding his hands with their heads on his shoulder. That coupled with Colm singing just about did me in. Bring Him Home has always been one of my favorites. What a perfect song to be sung at a perfect time in a perfect venue by a perfectly gifted singer. Bless your heart, Colm. You did good, guy. I'm so glad I got the tape. Enuff from me. Have a wonderful tour back home and perhaps I'll get to see you when you come to the states in the fall. I am in a great PBS area - Hampton Roads, Virginia. Hope to see you soon!
27 May 2009 10:22am
Norma Davis |
Years ago, John Gary did an album entitled Ireland's Greatest Hits and I loved that album. Not to sound too old fashioned but I would love for Colm to put out a CD of Irish ballads. Oh, wouldn't I love it! "I'll take you home again, Kathleen" and "How are things in Glocca Morra?" and, of course include "Danny Boy."
27 May 2009 02:42am
Sandy Bergman | |
I was enjoying the Memorial Day Concert 2009 but waiting and waiting for you to sing. It sure was worth the wait. You are always mesmorising!
26 May 2009 09:46am
Lee Cordner |
Colm I had never heard you sing prior to your 2009 Memorial Day Concert song "Bring Him Home". Well they brought him home in a casket and listening to your perfect voice and song helped me release some emotion.God Bless you and your talent.
26 May 2009 08:21am
Barry Weiss |
Your moving performance of"Bring Him Home" on the Memorial Day concert at the Mall 5/24/09 should be a "must" on any citizens Memorial Day celebration.
25 May 2009 05:31pm
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