Hello! Cathy! Where do you do your show from? I’m concertina Melinda. Do you have my CD? Ttyl. Melinda
In Marshall County, Minnesota. About 20 miles north of Thief River Falls, MN, live from the farm.
Please play Valley City for my parents 60th Wedding Anniversary.
Hi Cathy. How about playing a song for WHS Class of 60—the very best! Your choice. Go Bombers! Oh, I know they are no more…but they will always be for Class of 50. Hugs. c
I have not been in touch with you in some time. I have missed you!
I believe my Dad (Lloyd Schleicher) and my sister Carole are listening in McIntosh tonight.
Please greet them from his family in New Mexico and play something by the Schleichers…maybe Ted Rokke Shottish? or Arizona Waltz? or Westphalia?
Good evening Cathy, I enjoy your program very much. My uncle Ernie Mostrom passed away yesterday. Would you please play ” How Great Thou Art ” by Alan Jackson. for all relatives. Thank You. My sympathy to all. Glenn
I remember peeling potatoes for the noon meal and my Mom listened to our local radio (KROX in Crookston). It was Polka Time….she would dance and sing in the kitchen…such a happy time!
Remember song lyrics …you can have her, I don’t want her…She’s Too Fat For Me
Good Morning dear family ericson, we miss you … please play edelweiss for my aunt helga, we don’t hear from her … love from germany düsseldorf
Please give a big Happy Birthday to cousin Milo Oppergaard for Tuesday, April 5th from Sheila & John!
Thank you, Cathy, for welcoming us to your listening audience. We love our friend Olivia from Stapleton, AL and are grateful she connected us to your Country Church. Look at all the people your are blessing! God bless and keep you.
I have been loving each of Cathy Erickson’s shows for about six months. She is delightful and a blessing to her many listeners all over. I tune in from Spanish Fort, Alabama. Thanks for providing awesome programs !!! May God bless each person involved. ❤️
Hello Cathy – My dad is a long-time listener and fan from Erskine. He is recuperating from a back injury with his daughter Kari down in the cities; but he always looks forward to a familiar voice from home and listens to your Sunday/Monday night shows. Could you play Dill Pickles for him?
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