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Matthew Diehm said:   February 21, 2014 12:39 am PST
Just discovering your great music. Groovin'

Marty Creswell said:   February 9, 2014 5:19 pm PST
I'm from Abbeville, SC. Used to work at Grandpa's Gin Mill. I was the DJ. Still have one of your albums. Have a lot of good memories. Would love to talk to one of you.

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Vernon Tart said:   January 31, 2014 10:23 am PST
Lived in Augusta and Harlem, Ga in the late 70's. Saw EQT three times at least. Still have all the vinyl plus a few other goodies like EQT limited Edition release-Can't Keep a Good Band Down. Also have the 10" Six Pax label EP release Eric Quincy Tate-EQT (same as the album but different material) I burned myself a copy of EQT lp GRC label pressing. Not the original lp on Contillion. I still remember my wife drinking to much and having to take her home early a few nights from EQT shows. We just celebrated 38 years yesterday. What fun times. Thanks to one of the best Southern Bands of the day. Cheers, Vernon

Frédéric Giovannelli said:   January 23, 2014 12:02 pm PST
Merci pour ce southern blues-rock que j'affectionne et que je collectionne depuis mes 14 ans thank you for the music that will never die

Dave@EQT said:   January 19, 2014 8:45 pm PST
Eqt Music can be had on remastered CDs...........Go to and click on the discography page........................let me know what you need................Once again thank you all for all the heart felt comments an hope everyone has a good 2014,......Rest in peace Donnie and Bear,.... we all love you............

Bruce Haynie said:   January 13, 2014 5:15 pm PST
Anybody know if Eric Quincy Tate had song "Texas Sand" on the Drinking Man's Friend album? Any plans to play Denver? Thanks.

Mathias said:   December 31, 2013 2:59 am PST
A happy and healthy 2014 to everybody....... David & Michelle for keeping this up ......Thank you so much !!!! more ! Mathias ERIC QUINCY of the Bands who could afford play loose,because they where so tight . Each musician was in service for the song.....

Scott Haley said:   December 4, 2013 6:22 pm PST
Good times, Great memories...I was a regular at the Whipping Post from 1977 - 1982 and I was there at all your shows. I regret not buying your live album when I had the chance, but I recorded a friend's on a cassette and it's still a favorite. Your music will live in the hearts of those who were there and experienced the moment. EQT is a proud representative of the Georgia Boogie Blues from the '70s. Thanks for the music and the memories!

Infoloverz Kamera Murah said:   December 1, 2013 1:46 am PST
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mike floyd said:   November 30, 2013 11:15 pm PST

Casey Flanagan said:   November 21, 2013 10:35 am PST
Had one of your albums in the early 70's. Lost it. STILL pissed off!

lyle said:   November 10, 2013 12:15 pm PST
Hey David I made to your site great tunes man you guys Sound great it was nice to talk to ya \m/\m/

T J Carnes said:   November 5, 2013 4:29 am PST
The album E Q T the best every. Was at Peaches in Atlanta the first time I heard it.

Jennifer said:   November 4, 2013 2:10 pm PST
Great photos!!! Great memories... never knew my ex- Reggie, had photos!!! Nice to see

Nancy Skerritt said:   October 29, 2013 9:20 pm PST
I remember you guys well. I grew up in Rosendale, N.Y. and my sister(Janine) used to tend bar at The Astoria and The Well. I listened to many a song that you guys did and loved them all!! This brings me back to the Good Ole Days!! Thanks!

John Armstrong said:   October 26, 2013 10:51 am PST
Thanks!! to all the members of EQT now, then and forever....... Thanks for all the great times in smoky little joints and big venues. In a time with an exceptionally high bar of musicianship y'all met and exceeded every challenge. I remember a winter club date - 12th Gate - when the heat was out and everyone's frosty breath mixed with the smoke and created a haze about five feet high..........the room might have been cold but the music was HOT and the band was, as always, warm and inviting. And we were all together for a time..... I am grateful to have lived in the time when EQT flourished. Thank you.

Henry Flego said:   October 22, 2013 7:27 pm PST
Hey Tommy, it's me Henry Flego from guitar lessons a couple years back , just wanted to catch up and see how your doing. Please e-mail me if you can.

David Cantonwine said:   October 11, 2013 5:51 pm PST
Hello Robert and Dave...Email me at and I can give you some info on ordering EQT CDs... Thanks for listening

Gary said:   October 3, 2013 9:04 am PST
'Bear' was one of the best people I've ever met. He was my next door neighbor for many years, & my wife and I considered him a good friend. Those were some of the best times of my life, and thanks to EQT, those times had a great soundtrack. I was heartbroken when I heard Bear and Donny had passed, but then I thought 'what a band waiting for me when I get there. All those guys were the best!.

TOMMY OMALLEY said:   October 3, 2013 7:15 am PST
Just bought 2 more CDs off ebay. Received my 37th Anniversary shirt in the mail yesterday. Life is good with EQT!!!

Gene Turner said:   September 26, 2013 4:11 pm PST
Thanks for all the "Good Times" that I can remember and the ones I can't at the Whipping Post in Augusta. I didn't know until recently that Bear had passed away. In 2004 or 5, at the Iron Horse Saloon-biketoberfest, I was talking to J.B. Walker and who walks up, Bear. It was like Old Home Week.Bear,J.B., and David Allan Coe and me in 10 ft. Of each other. Thanks for maintaining this site and keeping the memories alive.

David Souther said:   September 19, 2013 1:53 pm PST
I wore out Drinking Man's Friend, bought another copy and had it stolen. Finally in the mid 80s I found a copy in California, bought it and had it shipped back "home" to Ga. What are the chances of finding it on CD? I already found Vintage Vinyl and EQT.

Robert David Maddog Mackney said:   September 17, 2013 4:37 pm PST
Discovered you when I was at Clemson University, I went to Atlanta to meet Buddy B. who was working with A. R.S. and when I entered Buddy's Home with Joe Michaels a Concert Promoter , Buddy was listening to this band called Eric Quincy Tate and said " come in and sit down and listen to this band EQT". I tracked down three albums and introduced you to a ton of people in SC. ARE YOUR LPs AVAILABLE ON CD?

Joel Washington said:   August 31, 2013 1:03 pm PST
Southern Nationals..Yeah!!!

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