|People who have signed our Guestbook...
I came searching to touch a
friend of mine who died,
unbeknowst to me, a few years
back and found his work on your
Lessons from the Dead. How
pitifully ironic. While I cannot
hear him any longer I am glad
that he had the chance to play
with you and your friends.
I listened to what was available
to hear of your work. I must say
that while I am very appreciative
of your poetry, your singing and
arranging leaves me unintersted.
This is absolutely NOT a
criticism. The style you choose
you obviously excel at - I just
have no great taste for folk.
But as I said, your written work
is lovely and a tad bit
melancholy. I enjoy your column
in the LVRJSun. Now having read
both sides of you I find you to
be a bit more of a dichotomy, and
entirely more intriguing.
Continued best wishes on all your
Just a thank you for your Tues. Sun. column
in the R.J.
Tell the publishers it's the Reason I take the
paper. Loved the latest on "eyes".
Uh-oh... I just saw the rest of this page,
didn't know you were a musician, too. Now
you ARE the ideal man. Can you imagine life
without music - or equally difficult, without
making music. Glad you're on the planet.
Discovered your column when I had
a long-distance relationship with
a man who lives in Vegas (I'm in
Houston, Texas). And while that
didn't work out I was particularly
grateful for inernet technology so
I could continue reading your
stuff. I'm a social worker with a
BS in Psychology and not only like
your opinion but usually agree and
always respect it. Imagine my
surprise when last month I
realized you were a song writer as
well. LOVE your new CD and have
many favorites from the first one -
thanks. It's obvious you put a
lot of yourselef into your
songwriting and listening to your
music has "mattered" a great deal
to me. Keep going and keep
sharing. Do you ever go on the
My name is Buzz Jensen. I am
looking for a Steven Kalas who
lived in Phoenix 20 years ago.
He was a minister and married my
wife and me. We want to repeat
our vows for our 20th.
Are this person???
Please contact me at this e-mail
address or call my cell 602-300-
I was just introduced to your
articles - have enjoyed reading
what I have and look forward to
reading more...thank you!
Karen Joanne Klaassen
I just read the June 17th R-J
Rewind article which was a rewind
of the May 25th article. It was
titled "There's only two
questions: where, when? Answers:
here, now. I have enjoyed many of
your columns and decided to follow
up online. I found this website,
and will check out the other one
if it is still available. On
first click, it did not come up.
I'll try again. I relate to the
spirit of your words and thank you
Jim and Joannie Wiltbank
Took a road trip recently listening
to our Kalas CDs. This always
brings smiles, good stories, and
great memories of our friendship.
We would love to catch up some time.
enjoyed the radio show immensely,
already commented with a direct
Mary & Paul Deignan
Miss your insights and spiritual
gifts...we're far away from LV...in
Gettysburg, PA. Best wishes for
continuing success in all your
Tobbe Ann Dee
Well, Steven Kalas...thanks for sending me here.
Learned alot about you. Like me, you are a
multi-talented soul. I also write, sing (sort of),
dance and my one true creative love, paint. I am
an artist (will go on my tombstone). Both my
adult sons are in the music business in NYC.