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Great Show at SOH!!!
Posted By : Liz
Posted On : 11-16-2002
Comment About Show Venue : Sons Of Hermann Hall 3414 Elm Street, Dallas TX
Your shows get better and better every time I see you and the band! Tonight was GREAT! 'Sure wish Woody would get to play lead again... there's just no one like him! (I'll be working the WY cattle ranch vacation/gig ASAP; you would love it, trust me - twist your arm...)

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YOU CAN MAKE TOES CURL
Posted By : Terri
Posted On : 11-16-2002
Comment About Show Venue : Sons Of Hermann Hall 3414 Elm Street, Dallas TX
Max - saw you last night at Son's of Hermann Hall. You, as always, were great. Your songs have such wonderful stories to tell. You look so good, (but I have never seen you when you didn't), and as I said, the longer hair - nice. Hadn't seen you in a while, really enjoyed you, Woody (he is just to good looking, and I love hearing him play) and the other guys. Hope Liz works something out for you guys to come to Wyoming.

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Looking forward to hearing you in person!
Posted By : Linda Bailey
Posted On : 11-15-2002
Comment About Show Venue : Top Rail Ballroom 2110 West Northwest Highway, Dallas TX
A schoolmate of yours introduced me to your music. It is great! KVOU in Uvalde plays some of your song early morning. Sonia Ramon and friends are hoping to see you at House Pasture Cattle Company Nov 30. Keep on singing!

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Great Night @ Greek Bros. in El Campo
Posted By : Lorrie
Posted On : 11-11-2002
Comment About Show Venue : Private Party
This is long overdue! I thoroughly enjoyed your music. I had so much fun dancing to the great sounds. I bought 2 CD's that night, Wide Afternoon and One of the Ways. They are the only CD's in my car and I'm having a blast listening and trying to sing along. I particularly enjoy Bass Run and Dimebox. The songs on the new CD that appeal to me are Something to See, Girl by the Lake, and for some reason I can't explain The Beatles and the Thunder. That song has such a different sound and once it's in my head it parks itself there for hours! Oh, incidentally, who is Rosemary Baker? You commented that I might be her look-alike.

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The Bob Dylan of Americana
Posted By : Mike
Posted On : 11-10-2002
Max truly is a writing giant. I saw him in Sherman; really wish he'd come back and share some more of his great music. If you want to listen to him and other great local artists, then check out 95.3 FM. You'll be glad you did.

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latest reviews are in
Posted By : Country Dick Idaho
Posted On : 11-07-2002
http://www.rockzilla.net/smith197.html

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No Depression
Posted By : David Miller
Posted On : 11-07-2002
Hey all! Don't know if you have seen the latest No Depression or not, but there is an article in there about Max. It's the one with JR Cash on the cover. I can usually find it at Barnes & Nobles or Borders...Hastings probably has some too. Don't know who else carries it.

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How 'Bout Them Aggies?
Posted By : Bill Morton
Posted On : 11-05-2002
Hey Max B. Just checkin' in. Hook 'Em!

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puffabelly's
Posted By : chuck
Posted On : 11-04-2002
Comment About Show Venue : Puffabelly's Old Depot,100 Main St. Old Town Spring TX
Looking forward to seeing you at Puffabelly's Wed. nite. Look In My Past reminds me of growing up on the edge of small town south of Houston and I-35 is THE classic road trip song. By the way, noticed you gave a BBQ place in Giddings a high rating--next time you are on I-10 between Houston and San Antone-take the Luling exit and try the City Market there. The sausage is the best and the rest isn't far behind.

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Where is it?
Posted By : Bobby Ritchie
Posted On : 11-03-2002
Comment About Show Venue : Private Party
Where's the song about pioneer speakers and Boston on the 8-track?

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