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March 14, 2010

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I hope and pray that John's legend is continued and this little venue keeps bringing great bands into the area.

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It is a pity that people like him that he made a lot things for his city. He isn't with us anymore. But the saddest thing it is that he couldn't bring back Tj's. It would be nice that you heard more about it.

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a greater loss but has had the rock, lyrics miss his talent and infected us with a rage of others, wish you were his art and his talent here with us the man was alone on their own ..

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I'm 42 now and live in Swansea, however I spent many of my younger years in The Hornblower and what was then Seico's we always had a brilliant time and never any trouble. John was a great man and so down to earth everybody loved him. I'm so so sorry to learn of his death so untimely.
All my Love John RIP (The legend will live on)!!
Liz Swansea

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Desperately sad news. The world's a less colourful place today.

RIP John - Rest In Peace or Rock in Perpetuity, hope you're happy wherever you are.

Richard Morgan

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