I grew up in Fort Myers and my parents used to take me to WDW at teh spur of the monent many times a year to visit. I alway enjoyed your show and have many fond memories that I will never forget. Thank you for you inspiring performance. I wish you and yours the best.
Barbra Johnson said:March 29, 2012 1:55 pm PST
Gosh Michael...I feel old! I enjoyed you and your music soooo much when you performed at El Torito in Toluca Lake & Redondo Beach, Ca. I still love the Moody Blues and can still hear you playing inside my head. I enjoyed your facial expressions and sense of humor while playing. You made the evening magical as I'm sure you did at Disney and every place you played.
Count me and my husband in to schlep the "iceberg machine" if you put the "band back together". In fact, if you would enjoy doing a benefit concert to raise money for a Nampa, ID cancer house for patients who can't afford a place to stay while undergoing treatment away from home, I will fill the Idaho Center (Rolling Stones & Neil Diamond played there). What a treat that would be!!! For now I send my best wishes to you and your family. So happy to hear you are alive and well!
Loved you then and now...Barbra
Mark Cain said:March 23, 2012 12:03 pm PST
My CDs arrived today! It's gonna be an ICEBERG weekend! Thanks!
"Snowball" said:March 16, 2012 6:40 am PST
Thanks for the many great memories of the multitude of concerts we attended at WDW, the Taylor U concerts (still have a copy of the tape from that first one- Christmas music and all) the visit with you in Colorado and many years of being a friend
Luke Smithwick said:March 11, 2012 7:38 am PST
Michael, great to hear from you. I use to go to every show possible when at DW in the late 70s and early 80s - only lived a couple hours away so we went a lot. Really enjoyed the way the opening medley would evolve over time. Learned to play the version on the album, but found some great changes you introduced over time. Thanks for all the memories and musical influence you provided.
Phyllis and Harold said:March 10, 2012 8:57 pm PST
We really enjoyed visiting your website and seeing some of your performances. Great!
Jeff Hickman said:March 10, 2012 8:33 pm PST
Michael, you have touched a lot of people with your musical talent and humor. More than you may know.
Gene and Pat White said:March 10, 2012 5:24 pm PST
Great to here you are doing well. My wife and I worked there at Disney World from the 80's and 90's. I remember after one of you proformances I asked you if you had made an album,and of course you invited my down to the dressing room and signed your autograph on it and gave me one. I received a copy of fanfare which I just found in my music library a few days ago that I forgot I had. Thanks for the musical memories and the best of health to you.
Misty Schnick said:March 9, 2012 9:49 pm PST
Coincidentally we moved to Kissimmee Fl that same summer you started at Disneyworld. My children were of the age for working at Disney and we were privileged to take advantage of 'passes' to the kingdom. I always thouroughly enjoyed your unique and genius performances. I have always enjoyed particularly the Electric light parade music for which I still have a record that we purchased. Knowing what you did in those days with things that would be considered prehistoric dinosaurs today, I can hardly imagine what you might have done with todays technologies. Michael it was true genius to have created the "Iceberg Machine". So unique and so very entertaining. You have been missed. Good to hear that you are still alive and well. Hope to hear more on the webpage about you and what you are doing now. Love your music.
Lisa McBrian said:March 9, 2012 6:55 pm PST
In 1978 my parents and I went to Florida to visit family and ended up at Disneyworld at the recording of the 1978 album. I was 8 years old. I remember mostly that the music was LOUD and I remember the lights on the front of the machine. My dad spoke with Michael after the show and my dad gave Michael our address so that Michael could send him a copy of the album when it was released. That album has been enjoyed many many times in our home. I sent for a copy of the CD a few years ago. My husband just doesn't get it... he isn't nearly as entertained by the show as I am. Guess he just hadda be there. Thanks for the memories, Michael. God Bless you.
Colby said:March 8, 2012 11:17 am PST
I met you at Grove City College in the early 80s. 1981?? You had an afternoon demo/seminar and evening concert. I think I asked so many questions at the seminar it was in danger of becoming a private conversation :-) I think we spoke once in the 90s about a possible corporate event that ended up not happening.
The experience stuck with me all these years later. I am happy to find you on Facebook and on here. I will stay tuned.
Cathy Marconi said:March 7, 2012 6:57 pm PST
I saw your show at Disney World around 1977. I was a freshman in high school. I remember this being one of the highlights of my trip. You were nice enough to take a picture with me. Loved your song "Fanfare" and it stuck in my head all these years. Was happy to actually hear you sing it again in a video on Youtube.
Melinda Hollis said:March 6, 2012 4:51 am PST
I got to see you when you came to Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. You actually came twice, I think. I was a young kid then, and I got to come see the pre-show with my dad. I've always loved your music. Thanks for putting up with us crazy fans all these years.
Paul Hooper said:March 5, 2012 10:55 pm PST
July 1980 was the only time I saw you at WDW Michael. Such sweet memories!
Mark Sobelson said:March 5, 2012 10:13 pm PST
Hey Michael - You will have to shake your memory for this one - I lived in my van with my dog reefer in Aspen way back in the early 70's. Hung out with you on occasion will you were in town playing shows, including your stint with Jimmy Griffin (remember James, the tall bearded crazy guy..?).
Nick Harper said:March 5, 2012 9:48 pm PST
Michael I first heard and saw you at the Sun 'n Fun Fly-In @ Lakeland, FL. I really enjoyed your show and being able to come up and talk with you afterwards and seeing the "iceberg machine" up close. I think I brought about a dozen or so people to your performance the next couple of nights. My favorite song over the years continues to be "Little Piggie Hoedown."
Frank Stickle said:March 5, 2012 9:20 pm PST
Thank you for all the great performances and for the hours of recorded music you have shared. I never get tired of listening and I'm still amazed.
Mark Sharp said:March 5, 2012 8:47 pm PST
I met you at one of your performances at Harding University back in the 80's. To this day I can still remember how hauntingly beautiful the Alma Mater sounded when you played it on your wonderful Iceberg Machine. Peace, long life to you and dream well.
Gary Blumenstein said:March 5, 2012 8:17 pm PST
My uncle first introduced me to your act at the Tomorrowland Terrace and I became an instant fan. Tomorrowland hasn't been the same since the last Little Piggy Hoedown. I hope all is well with you. Thanks for the great musical memories.
Rusty S. said:March 5, 2012 7:46 pm PST
Hi Michael ... hope you are well ... I had a cassette tape that I "stole" from my grandmother titled Michael Iceberg and the Amazing Icerg Machine -- in Concert for IBM ... to this day it remains as the ONLY tape that I completely wore out! You are an incredible talent and it's been great revisiting you music on YouTube. Best wishes to you, sir!
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