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Jeremy Castle's Appreciation Page

I would like to thank the growing list of people who have helped me as I pursue my career as a country music entertainer. I would like to thank my family and friends who have supported my endeavors and helped me to work towards my goals, my wife Brandi and our children, my Dad, my Mom, my brother Eric and his family; Martin Guitar Company; Godin Guitars (Seagull and Simon and Patrick Luthier Guitars); TLC Laser Eye Centers; the community of Blanchard, Oklahoma; Pesagi Hall at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma; University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma; guitarist Robert Buchanan; guitarist Chris Nikkel; guitarist Jonathan Albarran; guitarist Kerry Bonds; guitarist Kenny Pitts; guitarist Patrick Holding; guitarist and songwriter Matt Blagg; guitarist Pat Bell, drummer Aaron Shupert; my voice instructor Ray Ballew; Joe Settlemires and Donna Jobe of Destiny Records (BMI); Innerforce Publishing (BMI); guitar instructors Charlie Archer (former lead guitarist for country music artist Conway Twitty), Larry Hammett (guitar instructor at University of Oklahoma), Charlie Rayl (Charlie Rayl Music Lessons of Norman, Oklahoma), Russ Roberts (Rose State College), and Eric Sarmiento (lead singer and lead vocalist of The Pistolarrows, a Norman, Oklahoma-based alternative country band); Kathy Bonds; Jan Barton; Miss Patty; Donna Ahfelt; Jennie Smith and Buster Hall with the former Lexington Heartland Opry of Lexington, Oklahoma; Shawnda Raines and The Mainstreet Country Showcase in Denison, Texas; Paul Auford and Jae L. Stillwell and McSwain Theater in Ada, Oklahoma; Frank and Sue Mixon and the former Harrah Theater in Harrah, Oklahoma; Grant Leftwich and Tim Oden of Grant's Rodeo Opry, Mac Teague and The Oklahoma Opry in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Bill and Donne Lamb and former Opry Station in Moore, Oklahoma; Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma; The Oklahoma Country Music Association; The Country Music Singers Association of Oklahoma; Barbara Fairchild and Barbara Fairchild's Theatre in Branson, Missouri; The Oklahoma Songwriters & Composers Association; Jerald Ashby and Safari Grill at Route 66 Traders Market in Yukon, Oklahoma; Michael McCarty and Earnie Tullis of Corumbo Music Production Services and PDM Recording; Steve Short (drums), Victor Rook (bass guitar), Terry Scarberry (electric guitar), Jimmy Butler (keys), Johnny Helm (steel guitar), David Short (fiddle and harmonica), Kyle Dillingham (fiddle), Matt Blagg (background vocals, trumpet, melodica), Roy Gonzales (spanish guitar); Rodeo Joe's Dance Club and the Quick Silver Band in Hinton, Oklahoma; Woodcrest Tavern, Guthrie, Oklahoma; J.R.'s Bar and Grill in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Paul Shields with KTJS A.M. Radio in Hobart, Oklahoma; Charlie Jones (the first person to ever play my music on the air) with KBLP 105.1 F.M. Radio in Lindsay, Oklahoma; James Ayers and Kevin Christopher with Tyler Media and King Country KKNG 93.3 FM Radio in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; D.K. Pierce and Steve English with former radio station 96.9 KBUL FM "The Bull" Radio in Oklahoma City; Bruce Logan and Laura Eddy with Whistle 100 WSSL FM in Greenville, South Carolina; Rich Kay with KYKC 100.1 FM in Ada, OK; Josh Ryan with KADA "Big Country FM 99.3" in Ada, OK; Charlie Ray and Around The World Promotions in Nashville, Tennessee; BMI; TAXI; Jason Bolland and The Stragglers, fellow Oklahoma recording artists Blake Shelton (Giant Records), Wade Hayes (Sony Nashville), Toby Keith (Dreamworks Records, Show Dog Nashville), and Jeff Carson (Curb Records) for their encouraging words toward my music, and everyone who has visited my site as well as everyone who has listened to and purchased my music. Thanks again.

PESAGI HALL est. 1965
Jeremy Castle began his songwriting here in 1995.
"Pesagi" is a Chickasaw word that means "teacher".

Pesagi Hall
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